Attend NYU Can Help on November 21st at 6:30pm. NYU Can Help is a two-part vigil and benefit concert aiming to raise money for the victims of Typhoon Yolanda. As a university dedicated to service and to the citizens of the world, NYU Can Help is our opportunity to do just that. Buying a ticket will help the relief efforts of the Philippines Red Cross and help rebuild the Philippines. It’s our time to help, because we can.
They are quickly filling up, so please check your mailboxes! If you forgot or lost your mailbox combination, stop by the Resource Center during regular hours with your NYU ID to receive it.
Thursday, 11/21 at 7:30pm
Welcome to the monthly Coffee House series!!! Where one and all can come to perform their talents, sip on coffee and tea and eat scrumptious treats. Sign up by clicking the link below. Don’t miss this opportunity to shine bright like a diamond in Carlyle!
Not the performing type? This event is still for YOU! Come and hang out, drink coffee, eat some treats and watch your peers perform. And then, perhaps, try your hand at the open mic portion. So invite your friends!
Saturday, December 7
FFiR Lorena is excited to announce the third installment of Carlyle Book Club!
Participants will read the popular novel Catching Fire and on Saturday, December 7 (after the crowds subside), participants will see the movie and then head back to FFiR Lorena’s for dinner and a book discussion.
All book purchases will be reimbursed with a receipt! Everyone is talking about it, so now you can read it for yourself!
This Thursday, join faculty and students alike in a debate about the most important issues of the year!
Thursday, November 21 – Meet in C3 Lobby at 6:20pm
Can we practice goodness and create a world to sustain it? In this comic and complex play, one of Brecht’s most entertaining characters, Shen Tei, the goodhearted, penniless, cross- dressing prostitute, is forced to disguise herself as a savvy businessman named Shui Ta to master the ruthlessness necessary to be a “good person” in a cruel world of limited resources.
The award-winning Foundry Theatre and Director Lear deBessonet bring this theatrical classic to life for the 21st century with Taylor Mac in the lead and original live music by César Alvarez with The Lisps.
Cheer on your fellow residents from your own rooms if you’re not able to make it!
ATTENTION C3 RESIDENTS!
Come watch BIG FISH next Thursday 11/21 at 7:00pm. There is a $20 copay.
Want to pay only $5 for a ticket to the midnight premiere of The Hobbit: the Desolation of Smaug? How about a tote bag with Tolkien’s insignia on it? MmMm WWBE: What Would Bilbo Eat?
The Adventure: The night starts off with a screening of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey, accompanied with a Shire-themed dinner. Afterwards, test your with Tolkien Trivia, complete with prizes. Then wait in the freezing cold with new friends for Peter Jackson’s latest masterpiece. Finally, feel all the feels for 2.5 hours and go home depressed because it’s over…until next year.
Join RAs Mariquit, Yee Ting and Jourdan on Thursday, Dec 12th for the most epic fanventure possible in preparation for the midnight premiere of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug.
Residents, sign up by 12/1 for a Midnight Premiere ticket. Feel free to invite friends to our events in the C2 Lounge, just make sure they get their own ticket!