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- 24JanJanuary 24, 20183:00 pm — 4:30 pmDAC 208There is a brand new Rome summer program taught by Professor Cantelmo! Open to all majors with no pre-reqs, this course is all about leaving the tourists far behind while becoming immersed in the beautiful and overlooked corners of Rome that no other study abroad program will show you! Get your questions answered by Professor Cantelmo and understand why Rome is his greatest academic passion.
- 29JanJanuary 29, 201812:00 pm — 3:00 pmTaffner Field House, QueensNeed something to do between classes? Try getting involved! The Activities Fair is your chance to find your home at St. John's.
- 29JanJanuary 29, 20186:30 pmD'Angelo Center, Room 416Join us for a dinner and dialogue around Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy. Hear from panelists how MLK has impacted their work and how they have become change agents in their communities.
- 30JanJanuary 30, 20186:00 pm — 8:15 pmTaffner Field HouseArrive early to celebrate before the game! Free giveaways, Red Storm autographs, food and drink samples, student performances, prizes, and more!
- 31JanJanuary 31, 201812:00 pm — 1:30 pmDAC 408There is a brand new Rome summer program taught by Professor Cantelmo! Open to all majors with no pre-reqs, this course is all about leaving the tourists far behind while becoming immersed in the beautiful and overlooked corners of Rome that no other study abroad program will show you! Get your questions answered by Professor Cantelmo and understand why Rome is his greatest academic passion.
- 31JanJanuary 31, 20185:00 pm — 7:00 pmD'Angelo Center CoffeehouseResident Student Association presents the 2018 Battle of the Voices competition! Bring a Youtube instrumental or an accompanist to audition; a piano is available for use if needed. Winner will receive a $1,000 grand prize!
- 01FebFebruary 1, 20184:00 pm — 6:00 pmSun Yat Sen GalleryThe exhibition highlights twenty artists who investigate the relentless racism of daily life that renders many of its citizens invisible. These artists reflect and illuminate a book-length poem of the same title by Claudia Rankine, shortlisted for the National Book Award and "is an anatomy of American racism in the new millennium, a slender, musical book that arrives with the force of a thunderclap" according to Bookforum. This project has been awarded the NEA Big Read grant.
- 01FebFebruary 1, 20187:00 pm — 9:00 pmThe Little TheatreThis is an event that will showcase the experiences of women in the hip hop industry. There will be a guest speaker and a panel.
- 02FebFebruary 2, 20187:00 pm — 9:00 pmThe Little TheatreDare to Dream is a showcase which highlights the stories of immigrants.
- 04FebFebruary 4, 20182:00 pmSt. Patrick's Cathedral, 5th Avenue & 51st StreetBlack History Month Mass and the National Day of Prayer for the African American and African family. Transportation will be provided.