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- 24AprApril 24, 20171:50 pm — 3:15 pmDAC 407Angela Esquivel and Teri Rosenberg - "The Scars Behind the Screens": Our speakers will address how social media plays a role in sexual violence.
- 24AprApril 24, 20175:30 pmDAC CoffeehouseA documentary that explores the stories of how social media played a role in the violence against two young girls who are survivors of sexual assault. ALFSA will be hosting the screening and having a discussion afterward. Refreshments provided.
- 25AprApril 25, 201711:00 am — 3:00 pmDAC WalkwayStudents design a shirt to give a voice to and expose the horrific experiences that affect our community.
- 26AprApril 26, 20171:50 pm — 4:20 pmDAC 311A workshop that provides students with the information they will need to identify possible moments of harm and give them the tools they need to be confident as a bystander in order to intervene.
- 26AprApril 26, 20176:00 pmJack Kaiser StadiumHelp cheer the Red Storm to victory when they face Princeton at 6 p.m. at Jack Kaiser Stadium!
- 27AprApril 27, 201712:00 pm — 4:00 pmGreat Lawn, Queens CampusA great SJU tradition, the Great Lawn will be transformed for the Annual Spring Fling Carnival. Enjoy rides, performers, games, and food novelties.
- 27AprApril 27, 20171:30 pm — 3:30 pmNewman X (Great Lawn)Join SJU for an event where organizations in the community come to campus and provide information on the resources they offer our community followed by a closing prayer and a way to honor the t-shirts that have been added to the clothesline this year.
- 27AprApril 27, 20176:00 pmD'Angelo Center, Room 416, QueensThe Division of Student Affairs is pleased to announce the 20th Annual Student Affairs Awards Dinner.
- 28AprApril 28, 20173:00 pmJack Kaiser StadiumCome support the Red Storm when they face Big East rival Seton Hall at 3 p.m. at Jack Kaiser Stadium!
- 29AprApril 29, 201710:00 amBrooklyn Botanical GardenIt's cherry blossom season! Take a trip to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden with the Office of Multicultural Affairs and witness an exuberant springtime display.