Stop by the C3 Lobby next Tuesday night for a friendly game of water pong with your C3 RAs!
We will be hanging out in the lobby and playing a tournament of water pong – show off your skillz during #TurnUpTuesday! Your lovely C3 RAs will also be discussing handy tips for safe drinking — because you can still enjoy alcohol without endangering yourself. Swing by the C3 lobby on Tuesday, April 22nd between 8 and 9:30pm.
Alcohol safety sheets and candy will be handed out. The winner will receive a trophy. o0o0o0o
Friday, April 18, 2-3:30pm, Gramercy Green 1511
Nicky Beer will lead an informal discussion of poetry written about visual works of art, with food from Rickshaw Dumplings and Doughnut Plant. Artists and writers discussed will include Diane Arbus, Mark Doty, Jacob Lawrence, and Rainer Maria Rilke. A packet of poems will be supplied for the talk.
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Watch this awesome Ally Week 2014 Promo Video and get excited for #NYUAllyWeek April 14-18!
Check out these photos of RA Kim and the “Food for Thought” floor as they tried out a delicious Southern-style brunch at The Cardinal in the East Village!
Sign up for Carlyle’s upcoming talent show, The Talented Towers on April 17th at 8pm in the C2 Lounge! Each tower’s contestants will be in competition with each other, not only to see which is the most talented tower, but also to see who can earn the most Tips for Talent, which will all be donated to Relay for Life. A tip jar for each tower will be available at The Talented Towers Competition as well as for 10 days afterwards at the RC! At the end of the 10 days, the tower jar with the most points will be deemed The Most Talented Tower and rewarded with a party. Come out and support your tower and the fight against cancer!
Extended point system for Tips for Talent available on the Carlyle blog.
Sat, April 19, 2014 at 1pm
Join FFIR Kristin and theater company, The Civilians, for this continent-hopping thriller. Phyllis pursues someone close to her who disappeared from a tropical island while on an
assignment for a nature show. She uncovers a mysterious plot surrounding the upcoming international climate summit in Auckland. A look into one of the most vital questions of our time: how can we change ourselves and our society in time to solve the enormous environmental challenges that confront us?
Images and video here: http://www.thecivilians.org/current/the_great_immensity.html#6
Third Ave FFIR Joe Salvatore presents” Towards the Fear: An exploration of bullying, social combat, and aggression”. a new play created with students in Drama Therapy, Educational Theatre, Music Composition, and the Gallatin School.
The project interviewed 33 participants about their understandings and experiences with bullying, social combat, and aggression in childhood. Sixteen interview participants have emerged as “characters” in the performance which will also use original movement, music, and video design to explore these topics.