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Thursday, February 16th

12:45pm – Advocacy in 2017 – Center for Student Involvement – Friends Hall

The Center for Student Involvement, in conjunction with other offices and faculty members, is hosting Advocacy in 2017. Join us Thursday, February 16 at 12:45 p.m. in Friends Hall to learn about effective ways to advocate for the issues and causes you care about. Marching for a cause? Learn what your rights are. Want to influence your Congressional representatives? Learn how to call, write, visit and more. Stop by to enjoy pizza and salad at this informative event which will assist you in your advocacy efforts at Ramapo College. Questions? Email Karen Booth at kbooth@ramapo.edu

1:00 p.m.Stigmas of Mental Health and the Black CommunityOffice of Equity & DiversitySC-158

Discussing the stigma on mental health in minority communities, specifically Black communities, and also Black men. Featuring guest speaker Jean Semelfort, M.A., LAC.

Co-sponsors: Ebony Women for Social Change and Brothers Making a Difference.

1:00 p.m. – Introverts Unite! – Sponsored by Counseling Services – E-212

Introverts Unite provides a safe, confidential space to learn about how to identify and capitalize on your strengths as an introvert, to share your experiences and struggles with other introverts, and to learn how to flourish in a largely extroverted college culture.  Meets Thursdays at 1 p.m. Please call Counseling Services at (201) 684-7522 or visit our office to make an intake appointment prior to attending. Group facilitated by Michael Alcee, Ph.D & Ellen Whalen, Psy.D.

7:00 p.m. – Rangers vs. Islanders – Commuter Affairs – J. Lee’s

Are you a hockey fan?  Enjoy snacks and the chance to cheer on your favorite team with a screening of what is sure to be an exciting game.

7:00 p.m. – Free Movie Showing – Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things – Krame Center and the Center for Sustainability – ASB 136

Join us for a viewing of “Minimalism: A Documentary About The Important Things” followed by a short question and answer session with Ashwani Vasishth, Jim Morley and Peter Shalit. Minimalism: A Documentary About the Important Things examines the many flavors of minimalism by taking the audience inside the lives of minimalists from all walks of life—families, entrepreneurs, architects, artists, journalists, scientists, and even a former Wall Street broker—all of whom are striving to live a meaningful life with less.

8:00 p.m. – The Red Pill Movie Screening – The Women’s Center – Laurel Screening Room

Join the Women’s Center for a screening of “The Red Pill” on Thursday, February 16th at 8pm, location TBA. (Haven’t gotten confirmation yet) This documentary focuses on the men’s rights movement and the different social aspects behind it. There will be a discussion after the screening and pizza will be served.

10:00 p.m. – Paris Night – College Programming Board and French Club Alumni Lounges

Join the College Programming Board and the French club for an evening in Paris! Stop by to enjoy the decorations, activities, and fine French foods!

Friday, February 17th

12:00 p.m. – Aromantic Awareness Week Tabling – The Women’s Center – Fishbowl

Aromantic Awareness Week is February 13th through the 17th. In celebration, there will be two tabling events with quizzes on aromantic trivia, candy, and other trinkets and prizes!

2:00 p.m. – Get Your Act Together – Sponsored by Counseling Services – D-216

Are you feeling disorganized? Is there something keeping you from doing your best work?  This group will help you identify the barriers that are keeping you from being organized and able to fulfill your daily life requirements. Please call Counseling Services at (201) 684-7522 or visit our office to make an intake appointment prior to attending. Group facilitated by Jill Caruso.

Saturday, February 18th

9:00 a.m. – Teaneck Tutoring – Civic and Community Engagement Center – Teaneck, NJ

Join the Civic and Community Engagement Center in Teaneck, NJ to tutor young students. The subjects that require tutoring are math, language arts, social studies, and arts & crafts. No prior experience is needed. Transportation will be provided!

Please visit the Service Opportunities page on Orgsync to sign up for this service trip!

10:00 p.m. – Big Prize Bingo – College Programming Board Friends Hall

CPB is hosting big prize bingo! Be sure to bring your competitive side as you join us for this evening of bingo with special prizes! We hope to see you there!

Monday, February 20th

1:00 p.m. – Men’s Group – Sponsored by Counseling Services – D-216

The Men’s Group provides a safe, confidential space to discuss and explore what it means to be a man today, on campus, at home, and in the world. The group will focus on a range of topics, including: how to be the best version of yourself as a man, how to navigate common struggles and challenges that college men typically encounter, and how one’s definition of masculinity evolves and changes through this process.  Please call Counseling Services at (201) 684-7522 or visit our office to make an intake appointment prior to attending. Group facilitated by Michael Alcee, Ph.D

1:10 p.m. – Free Weekly Day Meditations – Krame Center – ASB 420

These free weekly sessions will be partially guided and are for both new and experienced meditators. Led by Peter Shalit. To register for this free event, please visit http://bit.ly/2eautfI. Walk-ins are welcome.

4:00 p.m. – Commuter Affairs Focus Group – Commuter Affairs – Cahill Career Center Conference Room

Are you a commuter student who has a problem or simply wants your voice to be heard?  Come to the Commuter Affairs Focus Group to voice any problems you have or discuss any future events you would like to see so that we can help to ensure that you have a great college experience.

6:00 p.m.Paris is Burning Documentary ScreeningAfrican Ancestry MonthLaurel Hall Screening Room

Join us for a screening of a film that chronicles  New York’s ballroom scene in the 1980’s, highlighting ballroom culture and issues facing people of color in the LGBTQ+ community such as racism, homophobia, AIDS, homelessness, and poverty.

Tuesday, February 21st

10:00 p.m. – Legends of the Hidden Deepher – Delta Phi Epsilon – H-129

Keep an eye out for all of our events for next week, however, come out and join the sisters of Delta Phi Epsilon, during our ANAD (Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders) Week! We are kicking the week off with our spring game show event in the H Wing Auditorium – Legends of the Hidden Deepher. Come out for a fun night and donate to this amazing cause.  

Wednesday, February 22nd

12:15 p.m. – Commuter Student Mentor Interest Meeting – Commuter Affairs – A-218

Ramapo Commuters – Interested in Being a Commuter Student Mentor?

Commuter Affairs oversees the Commuter Student Mentor (CSM) Program which connects incoming first-year and transfer commuter students with a Ramapo College commuter student who is an upperclassmen. These seasoned guides work with the incoming first-year commuter students by assisting them in making the transition to life at college, while also helping them navigate the many different programs and resources that can be found at Ramapo College.

Want to learn more? Come to our interest meetings on: February 22nd at 12:15 p.m. in room A-218.

1:00pm – Men vs. Assault Roundtable – Women’s Center – Alumni Lounges

Join the Women’s Center on Wednesday, February 22 at 1 – 2 pm in the Alumni Lounges (SC-157) for the Men vs. Assault Roundtable. We will be having a discussion on rape culture and how men can prevent sexual assault both on an individual and societal level. CARS sandwiches will be served. For more information, contact rcuddeba@ramapo.edu or achoinsk@ramapo.edu

1:00 p.m. – Student Support Group for Pain and Chronic Illness – Sponsored by the Center for Health and Counseling, Krame Center, and OSS – ASB 420

Do you live with physical pain or a chronic illness?  Do you want to connect with other students managing similar issues?  Please come to our weekly meeting, meet other students with pain and chronic illness and help us develop a support group.  All are welcome!

5:00 p.m. – Coffee Talk: Don’t Cash Crop my Cornrows! – African Ancestry Month – SC-217

What would America be like if we loved black people as much as we love black culture? Join us as we screen and discuss Amandla Stenberg’s video on cultural appropriation.

6:00 p.m. – Feminist, Intersectionist, Womanist – African Ancestry Month – Women’s Center – BSU Office

What is the difference between a feminist, intersectionist, and womanist? Join our discussion as we examine these feminist theories’ differences and similarities.

Thursday, February 23rd

1:00 p.m. – Introverts Unite! – Sponsored by Counseling Services – E-212

Introverts Unite provides a safe, confidential space to learn about how to identify and capitalize on your strengths as an introvert, to share your experiences and struggles with other introverts, and to learn how to flourish in a largely extroverted college culture. Please call Counseling Services at (201) 684-7522 or visit our office to make an intake appointment prior to attending. Group facilitated by Michael Alcee, Ph.D & Ellen Whalen, Psy.D.

Friday, February 24th

2:00 p.m. – Get Your Act Together – Sponsored by Counseling Services – D-216

Are you feeling disorganized? Is there something keeping you from doing your best work?  This group will help you identify the barriers that are keeping you from being organized and able to fulfill your daily life requirements. Please call Counseling Services at (201) 684-7522 or visit our office to make an intake appointment prior to attending. Group facilitated by Jill Caruso.

7:00 p.m. – Fashion Show – African Ancestry Month – Office of Equity and Diversity- Auxiliary Gym

The Annual Fashion Show is back! This year’s theme is Coming to America. Come see students walk the runway in the hottest fashion and see amazing performances, all hosted by a special guest! Afterwards, join us for the post-show after party! Tickets are available at Roadrunner Central.

Ticket Prices: $10 Ramapo Students $12 non-Ramapo students and door price. The After Party is free.

10:00 p.m. – Fashion Show After Party – African Ancestry Month – Office of Equity and Diversity – Friends Hall

Join us for the Fashion Show After Party, free of charge! Mingle with the models and dance the night away. The After Party follows the Fashion Show, at 10:00 p.m,. and will be located in Friends Hall.

Saturday, February 25th

9:00 a.m. – Teaneck Tutoring – Civic and Community Engagement Center – Teaneck, NJ

Join the Civic and Community Engagement Center in Teaneck, NJ to tutor young students. The subjects that require tutoring are math, language arts, social studies, and arts & crafts. No prior experience is needed. Transportation will be provide!

Please visit the Service Opportunities page on Orgsync to sign up for this service trip!

3:00 p.m. – Inversion Workshop – Center for Innovative and Professional Learning ASB-420

Practice inversion postures such as handstands and forearm balances. Join yoga teacher Lena Madsen for this 2.5 hour workshop focusing on the spine, shoulders, arms ­and hands and learn how to approach your inversion practice with a higher level of understanding and consciousness. Ramapo Students always $10. RCNJ alumni/employees $25 for a two and a half hour workshop. Community members $35 for a two and a half workshop.

Sign up at Roadrunner Central, or pay at the door with cash or check only. You may also register directly on our website.  www.ramapo.edu/cipl/yoga-workshops

Sunday, February 26th

3:00 p.m. – Apollo Theater Trip–Trial By Jury: The Case of the N-Word – African Ancestry Month – Apollo Theater, Harlem, NY

The Apollo takes on the most provocative, polarizing, and debated word in America. The N-word goes on trial during this interactive community conversation. Audience members will serve as jury to decide the outcome of a fictional case. A panel of special guests join to explore the word’s historic and current day resonance. A bus to the theater will leave campus at 1:00 p.m. and return to campus at 6:00 p.m. Contact Maria Martinez for more info: mmarti13@ramapo.edu.

5:00 p.m. – Enchanted Movie Night – Commuter Affairs  J. Lee’s

Join us for “Tell a Fairy Tale Day” with a viewing of Disney’s Enchanted.  Pizza and snacks will be provided and people are encouraged to dress up as their favorite fairy tale characters.

Athletics

Tuesday, February 21st

7:00 p.m. – Men’s Basketball NJAC Semi Finals – Athletics – Bradley Center

Come cheer on the Men’s Basketball team in the NJAC Semifinals. First 450 students who bring their student IDs get in free! $2 for all other students and $5 for non-Ramapo students.

Residence Life

Thursday, February 16th

8:00 p.m. – Ramapo Green Event – RAs Steve, Kristy, Amy and Sarah – Mackin 1st Floor

Have you ever thought about becoming more sustainable? Now you can! Join RAs Sarah, Steve, Amy, and Kristy in Bischoff Hall on February 16 at 8 PM with Ramapo Green to Get Dirt-y. Come and pot your own plant, decorate the pot, make a pudding cup of dirt, and learn about how you can be more sustainable in your everyday life. See you there!

8:00 p.m.Protect Yo Heart EventRAchel, RA Jon and the Krame CenterOverlook 1st Floor Lounge

Learn how to Protect yo Heart this Valentine’s Day and every day!! Join RAchel and RA Jon in learning about heart healthy snacks that taste good and are good for you!!  Information on these healthful foods are provided by Ramapo’s Registered Dietitian, Puneet Sethi!  Grab bags will be given out to all to make your own personal snack bag!! The Krame Center will also be handing out informational pamphlets on meditation tips that help strengthen the heart and protect it against stress.

9:00 p.m. – Let’s Play Ninja – RA Jaime – Bischoff 1st Floor

Join RA Jaime in playing Ninja Master and getting to socialize with others! If you don’t know how to play, no worries, you can be taught! Hope to see you there!

Monday, February 20th

8:00 p.m. – Pie an RA – RA Mike and RA Jon – Overlook Hall 1st Floor Entrance

Do you like gift cards? Do you like helping others? Do you like pie-ing your RAs in the face? Why not combine them all and join RAs Mike and Jon outside Overlook’s First Floor entrance, bring a non-perishable food item to be donated and pie your RA for a chance to win a gift card! All non-perishable food items will be donated to the Paterson Masonic Temple.

9:00 p.m. – Welcome Back to Kindergarten – RA Kristy – Mackin 1st Floor

Get the feeling of being back in Kindergarten with RA Kristy by eating chicken nuggets and coloring!

Wednesday, February 22nd

8:00 p.m. – Would You Hire You?  – RA Melissa – College Park Apartments

Join RA Melissa and look for post-graduation employment! We will go over interview tactics, review resumes, and share different employment opportunities/connections! Don’t forget your laptop, as we will also be reviewing job postings on the archway together!

9:00 p.m. – Cupcake Bar – RA Jose – Mackin 1st Floor

Join RA Jose in taking a break by making your own personalized cupcakes!

Thursday, February 23rd

8:00 p.m. – How Well Do You Think You Know Your Roommate? – RAs Mike and Jaime and Bischoff RHC Bischoff 1st Floor

Do you think you know your roommate? See how well you do by competing to know your roommate!

8:30 p.m. – Healthy Love Party – RAs Sandy and Rand and The Women’s Center – Laurel 1st Floor Lounge

Learn about safe, fun sex in a relatable and interesting way as we cover topics like barrier methods, consent 101, campus resources, and how to reduce your risk of contracting a sexually transmitted infection and/or pregnancy. There will be fun games and snacks!

Friday, February 24th

7:00 p.m. – National Tortilla Chip Day – RAs Katie and Jonathan – Overlook 1st Floor Lounge

Do you like chips and dip? Come celebrate National Tortilla Chip Day with RA Katie and Jonathan! There will be various types of dips provided, but remember it’s first come first serve. Hope to see you there!

Cahill Center

Saturday, February 18th

9:00 a.m. – “Interview-pa-looza”– Cahill Career Development Center- Pavilion

3 Sessions: 9:00 am to 9:55 am – 10:00 am – 10:55 am – 11:00 am – 11:55 am

Switch tables every 10 minutes to chat with HR Professionals and Hiring Managers, practice responding to the most common types of interview questions and get immediate feedback / coaching from experts. This also satisfies your ASB Career Pathway Module 3 Requirement! You must have an APPROVED RESUME on the Archway. Only 12 seats available per session– Register before it’s too late!

Wednesday, February 22nd

1:00 p.m. – “What I Need to Know to Apply to Law School” – Cahill Career Development Center – C-209

The Cahill Career Center invites you to attend this program to learn about the law school application and admissions process. Katya Valasek, Director of Admissions at Seton Hall Law School, and Sue Auger, RCNJ Reading Specialist, will talk about what you need to know to apply to law school and provide tips on how to craft the perfect essay and personal statement.

Contemporary Arts

Friday, February 17th

8:00 p.m. – The Black Maria Film and Video Festival – Berrie Center – Sharp Theater

The national tour of the 35th annual Black Maria Film and Video Festival features award-winning short films – including animations, documentaries and narratives from the 2016 juried competition. The festival attracts and showcases the work of independent filmmakers internationally. This season, submissions came from every continent except Antarctica. Festival Director Jane Steurwald will be present to introduce the films and lead a discussion with the audience.

TICKETS: $10. FREE WITH STUDENT ID.

Saturday, February 18th

8:00 p.m. – Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys – Berrie Center – Sharp Theater

Steve Riley and the Mamou Playboys began over 25 years ago with a reputation for excellence. Their stunningly clean and cohesive performance of Cajun French music from the backwaters of Southwest Louisiana propelled them into the world music limelight early on, and by their third release, Trace of Time, had garnered them a Grammy nomination in the worldwide field of traditional folk music, another in 2004 for Bon Reve, in 2009 for Live at the New Orleans Jazz & Heritage Festival and again in 2011 for their latest release, Grand Isle.

TICKETS: $35/32/25; CHILDREN UNDER 17: $18
(ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.)

Monday, February 20th

12:00 p.m. – Les Paul Festival Week: Peter Prisco – Contemporary Arts – H-Wing Auditorium

As part of the Les Paul Festival Week, guitarist Peter Prisco will visit and perform with Professor P.J. Cotroneo. He will discuss the art of improvisation as well as demonstrating live how improvisation happens as well as the art of interplay between musicians.

Tuesday, February 21st

6:00 p.m. – Gambian Master Musician Salieu Suso at Ramapo – Contemporary Arts – Alumni Lounges

Salieu Suso, a Gambian master musician and kora-harp player, will visit Ramapo for a performance-demonstration and discussion on Tuesday, February 21, 6 – 7:30 p.m. in the Alumni Lounges in the Student Center.  Everyone is welcome to attend.  Mr. Suso comes from a long line of jali/griots (musicians/historians/storytellers) in the Gambia and has lived in New York since 1989.  He will explain his family’s heritage, the role of jali in his West African culture, the kora, and his music.  The kora is a magnificent 21-stringed harp played with both hands, fingers and thumbs separated to play three parts simultaneously. Jali kora players accompany themselves while singing songs, telling stories, and giving praise.  If you haven’t heard it before, the instrument has a rich sound and its music is stunningly beautiful.  Mr. Suso has recorded on Lyrichord Discs, Smithsonian Folkways, and Verve Records.  He has performed solo kora or with his ensemble at major venues, universities, and museums, including the United Nations, Kennedy Center, Lincoln Center, Symphony Space, Apollo Theater of Harlem, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Rutgers, and NYU.  He has participated in international development awareness programs, such as the UN’s Commemorating the 50th Anniversary of the International Convention for the Elimination of all Forms of Racial Discrimination in 2015 and Voices Against Ebola in 2016.

His visit to Ramapo, funded by a CA Platinum Grant and organized by the Music Program, contributes to the college-wide Year of Africa and Black History Month celebrations.

For more information, contact Professor Marc Gidal (mgidal@ramapo.edu.)

Saturday, February 25th

8:00 p.m. – Les Paul Festival Frank Vignola Trio with Vinny Raniola and Gary Mazzaroppi – Berrie Center – Sharp Theater

Frank Vignola’s stunning virtuosity has made him the guitarist of choice for many of the world’s top musicians, including Ringo Starr, Madonna, Boston Pops, New York Pops, and guitar legend Les Paul, who named Vignola to his “Five Most Admired Guitarists List.” At 28, Vinny Raniolo has already proved to be among the elite having performed and recorded with Bucky Pizzareli, Tommy Emmanuel and David Grisman. Frank and Vinny will be joined by Bassist Gary Mazzaroppi for this special performance.

TICKETS: $30/27/24
(ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.)

Global Education/Study Abroad

Wednesday, February 15th

12:30 p.m. – Immigration Updates Info Session – Roukema Center – C-209

Information session for updates regarding the new Executive Orders and how they impact immigration status for our current students and scholars. The Law Group of David H. Nachman & Associates will be there to take any questions that you might have.

1:00 p.m. – German Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center  ASB-123

Would you like to practice your German language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers German Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 1-2 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us!
For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

1:00 p.m. – Hindi Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB- 123

Would you like to practice your Hindi language skills? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Hindi Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 1-2 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

2:00 p.m. – Japanese Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB- 230

Would you like to practice your Japanese language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Japanese Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 2-3 pm in ASB-230. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

Friday, February 17th

10:00 a.m. – Fukushima and the Human Consequences of Nuclear Disaster – Roukema Center & SSHS – SC 156-157

On the eve of the sixth anniversary of the Great East Japan Earthquake, Tsunami and Nuclear Disaster, we invite you to the Fukushima and the Human Consequences of Nuclear Disaster Symposium on Friday, February 17 from 10am to 5:30pm in Alumni Lounges (SC-156&157). Along with Ramapo professors, faculty members from Fukushima University and researchers from Japan will have presentations on various aspects of the disaster, evacuation, and recovery efforts. There will be a film screening, a panel discussion and Q&A sessions throughout the day. The event is sponsored by the Roukema Center for International Education and the School for Social Sciences and Human Services. For more information, email international@ramapo.edu or call x7533.

6:00 p.m. – Lunar New Year Festival – International – Pavilion

United Asian Association is hosting a Lunar New Year Festival in honor of the Year of the Rooster. Come join us in Pavilion on Friday, February 17 at 6 p.m. This is an open event and admission is free. Come enjoy a night of food and games as we celebrate to start of a new year! For more information, email us at uaa@ramapo.edu

Saturday, February 18th

11:00 a.m. – Lenape Language Class – Roukema Center – Sustainability Center/SEC-104

Lenape Language Class held on the third Saturday of each month from 11am-4pm.

Tuesday, February 21st

2:00 p.m. – Portuguese Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB-123

Would you like to practice your Portuguese language skills? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Portuguese Language Happy Hour every Tuesday from 2-3 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

Wednesday, February 22nd

1:00 p.m. – German Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center  ASB-123

Would you like to practice your German language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers German Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 1-2 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us!
For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

1:00 p.m. – Hindi Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB- 123

Would you like to practice your Hindi language skills? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Hindi Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 1-2 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

2:00 p.m. – Japanese Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB- 230

Would you like to practice your Japanese language skill? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Japanese Language Happy Hour every Wednesday from 2-3 pm in ASB-230. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

2:30 p.m. – And Now This: DACA Action! Strategy Session to Generate Resources for Former Dreamers – International – ASB-230

This is an action-planning and clearinghouse session for the benefit of our students facing  indeterminate action on their immigration status. Not abstract talk!  We are responding to the issues raised about our 19 known DACA students, and others perhaps not counted, who are in danger of losing their legal protections imminently.  Many of us throughout the campus have been working with students individually, in groups, in relation to the Board of Trustees, as well as obtaining social service information and legal information and working perhaps in ways unknown to be able to provide students with concrete assistance.  Our modest hope for this session is to be able to provide a place for candid discussion, clarifying questions, and sharing of skills between engaged faculty and staff. As an additional take-away, we would like to be able to generate a list of campus offices and outside agencies that stand ready to help students/their families in need of social services or legal re (View Full Event Description Here: https://www.ramapo.edu/frc/event/and-now-this-daca-action/)

6:00 p.m. – Italian Film Series: “The Night of the Shooting Stars” – International – ASB-136

Please join us Wednesday, February 22 for “The Night of the Shooting Stars” (La Notte Di San Lorenzo-directed by the Taviani Brothers-1982) at 6 p.m. in ASB-136. This movie screening is sponsored by The Salameno School of Humanities and Global Studies. A discussion follows the screening. Admission is free and this event is open to the public. Please contact Professor D’Angelo at 201-684-7408 for information and disability-related accommodations.

Friday, February 24th

10:00 a.m. – TEACH- IN PANEL DISCUSSION : Immigration & Refugees – International – TBD

A teach-in in response to Trump’s executive orders related to immigration and refugees.

Monday, February 27th

1:00 p.m. – French Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB-123

Would you like to practice your French language skills? The Roukema Center for International Education offers French Language Happy Hour every other Mondays from 1-2 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.

Tuesday, February 28th

2:00 p.m. – Portuguese Language Happy Hour – Roukema Center – ASB-123

Would you like to practice your Portuguese language skills? The Roukema Center for International Education offers Portuguese Language Happy Hour every Tuesday from 2-3 pm in ASB-123. All levels are welcome. Come join us! For more information, please email goabroad@ramapo.edu or call ext. 7533.