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Wednesday, March 29th

8:00 a.m.House on the HillCivic and Community Engagement CenterGoshen, NY

Join the Civic and Community Engagement Center in Goshen, NY to volunteer with House on the Hill, which is a daycare center that works specifically with children from migrant families. Volunteers will work with the children and help the teachers. No prior experience is needed. Transportation is provided!

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

8:00 a.m.Habitat for HumanityCivic and Community Engagement CenterWest Milford, NJ

Join the Civic and Community Engagement Center along with Habitat for Humanity in helping our surrounding community in either building or restoring homes in West Milford. No prior experience is needed. Transportation is provided!

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

10:00 a.m. – Free Labyrinth Walk and Open Meditation – Bradley Center, Spectators Lobby

Students, faculty, and staff are all invited to join the Krame Center at our Labyrinth Walk, Yoga and Open Meditation at the Bradley Center.  This event is being held in partnership with Ramapo’s Wellness Coalition’s “Spring Into Wellness” campus-wide event.

12:00 p.m. – Spring Into Wellness – Wellness Coalition – Bradley Center

Want to celebrate positive mental health? Need a break from the everyday stressors? Come to the Bradley Center to take part in activities, yoga & fitness classes,the smoothie bike, activites run by student groups on campus, massages, food, giveaways, and more!

1:00 p.m. – Women’s Center Grand Re-Opening – The Women’s Center – The Women’s Center

Come help us celebrate the new Women’s Center! Mocktails and dessert will be served. As always, all are welcome.

4:30 p.m.Women’s Herstory MonthThe Women’s CenterThe Alumni Lounges

Join us to celebrate the end of Women’s Herstory Month and all the clubs/organizations that made the month possible at the Closing Banquet. Keynote speaker Tricia Downing will close the banquet by discussing her life as a women, athlete, and Paralympian. Food will be served.

5:30 p.m. – Free Weekly Evening Meditations – Krame Center – ASB 420

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

Thursday, March 30th

1:00 p.m.Real Men Real TalkThe Women’s CenterA-218

This discussion group meets every other Thursday at 1pm to talk about different issues concerning masculinity, current topics, and other men’s issues. A bi-weekly discussion group for students who identify as men. Discussions concern masculinity in today’s society with topics such as healthy masculinity, gender stereotypes, and men’s health. This is a safe space for men to express themselves. “Real Men, Real Talk” meets in A 218 on Thursdays at 1pm.

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.

10:00 p.m. – Scoops, Sprinkles, and Science – College Programming Board – Linden Lounge

The College Programming Board is hosting this special event where students will have the opportunity to experiment with making ice cream scientifically.  See you there!

Friday, March 31st

10:00 p.m. – Willy Wonka Night – College Programming Board – Pavilion

CPB is hosting Willy Wonka Night. Join us for an evening of fun games and activities to compete for grand prizes. Tons of candy will be served!

Saturday, April 1st

10:00 p.m. – Roll With Us: Make Your Own Sushi – College Programming Board, FASA and UAA – J. Lee’s

Stop by this event for an opportunity to make your own vegetable sushi! Students from FASA and UAA will be walking students through sushi making demos. All supplies will be provided! We hope to see you there.

Monday, April 3rd

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.

7:00 p.m. – Sexual Assault Awareness Month Keynote Speaker: Riley J. Dennis – The Women’s Center – Friends Hall

Join the Women’s Center on Monday, April 3rd at 7 – 8:30 pm in Friend’s Hall for a presentation from Riley J. Dennis, a transfeminine, non-binary activist & Youtuber. She will speak on how we can address and prevent rape culture and make college campuses safer. She has worked as the Editor-in-Chief for the Quaker Campus newspaper, where she used her platform to push for Whittier College to reform their policies concerning sexual assault. Now, she uses her platform on Youtube to educate others on intersectional feminism, LGBTQ topics, and social justice. This event is a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

9:00 a.m. – Commuter Appreciation Week – Commuter Affairs – Ramapo College Campus

Commuter Appreciation Week is finally here and full of fun events for every commuter to enjoy.  Check out all of the fun events planned:

Monday 9:00 a.m. Breakfast in B Lot
4:00 p.m. Linner & A Movie in Alumni Lounges
Tuesday 5:30 p.m. Cardio Hip-Hop Dance in Bradley Center *Shirt Giveaways*
Wednesday    12:00 p.m.   Zumba in Bradley Center *Water Bottle Giveaways*
Thursday 9:00 a.m. Breakfast in B Lot *Instagram Contest*
Friday 9:00 a.m. Breakfast in B Lot
3:30 p.m. Pinot’s Palette Trip in Ridgewood

9:00 a.m. – Commuter Appreciation Week Breakfast – Commuter Affairs – B Lot

It is Commuter Appreciation Week and Commuter Affairs wants show how much we appreciate every commuter on campus.  Join us at 9:00 a.m. in the B Lot for a yummy breakfast.  

4:00 p.m. – Linner & A Movie – Commuter Affairs – Alumni Lounges

Kick off Commuter Appreciation Week with Linner & A Movie in the Alumni Lounges.  Come out and enjoy Moe’s while watching the hit movie, The Secret Life of Pets.

Tuesday, April 4th

5:30 p.m. – Cardio Hip Hop Dance – Commuter Affairs – Bradley Center

It’s time to dance like no one is watching.  Help us to continue to celebrate Commuter Appreciation Week with cardio hip-hop dance in the Bradley Center at 5:30 pm.  Don’t miss out on a chance to have fun and be a part of some fun T-shirt giveaways!

9:00 p.m. – Tuesday Night Live: Music Night – College Programming Board – Friends Hall

Join the College Programming Board for a music night, featuring performances from three different music groups. There will be two opening acts, followed by the headlining group Dryjacket. Food will be served!

Wednesday, April 5th

12:00 p.m. Zumba Commuter AffairsBradley Center

Working out has never been this fun!  As a part of Commuter Appreciation Week, join Commuter Affairs in the Bradley Center for Zumba.  Don’t miss your chance to dance and take part in the water bottle giveaways.

5:30 p.m. – Free Weekly Evening Meditations – Krame Center – ASB 420

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

7:00 p.m. – Tools for Coping with Anxiety Lecture with Dr. Frank Sileo – Krame Center – Alumni Lounges

Join Dr. Sileo as he discusses the types and prevalence of anxiety disorders in children and adults. He will provide an introduction to mindfulness, practical strategies that can be of great benefit in reducing stress and anxiety, and how to boost natural healing. A question and answer session will follow. There will also be a book signing before the lecture, at 6:30 p.m. This event is free for students, faculty and staff.

7:30 p.m. – Documentary Viewing of Audrie & Daisy-Ramapo Stands – H-Wing Auditorium

A Panel discussion to follow after the documentary.

Thursday, April 6th

9:00 a.m. Commuter Appreciation Week BreakfastCommuter Affairs  B Lot

It is Commuter Appreciation Week and Commuter Affairs wants show how much we appreciate every commuter on campus.  Join us at 9:00 a.m. in the B Lot for a yummy breakfast.  Take part in an Instagram competition by following us at @RCNJCommuters.

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.

6:00 p.m. World Religion Trivia Night Equity and Diversity Programs Friends Hall

Come to Friends Hall on Thursday, April 6th, at 6:00 PM, to participate in World Religion Trivia Night. Gift cards and t-shirts will be handed out to winners, and food will be served.

8:00 p.m. The Obvious Child Movie ScreeningThe Women’s Center Alumni or H-wing

Obvious Child is a romantic comedy that features a woman getting an abortion. Afterwards there would be a discussion and talk about how to get involved in local reproductive rights.

10:00 p.m. – Adult Nerf Guns – College Programming Board – Laurel Courts

CPB is hosting a nerf gun battle. Join us for a fun evening to take a break from some of the stress of this busy semester!

Friday, April 7th

9:00 a.m.Commuter Appreciation Week BreakfastCommuter Affairs  B Lot

It is Commuter Appreciation Week and Commuter Affairs wants show how much we appreciate every commuter on campus.  Join us at 9:00 a.m. in the B Lot for a yummy breakfast.

3:30 p.m. Pinot’s Palette Trip Commuter AffairsPinot’s Palette in Ridgewood, NJ

Help us to celebrate a successful Commuter Appreciation Week with a trip to Pinot’s Palette in Ridgewood, NJ on April 7th at 3:30 p.m.  Tickets are are on sale now at Roadrunner Central.  For commuters it is $10 for the first ticket and $15 dollars for the second.  Tickets for residents are $20 for the first ticket and $25 for the second. There is a limit of two tickets per person.  Transportation to the Ridgewood location will not be provided.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact commuters@ramapo.edu

7:00 p.m. The Hunting Ground: Film Screening and PanelThe Women’s Center H-Wing Auditorium

Join the Women’s Center on Thursday, April 7th at 8 – 10 pm in the H-Wing Auditorium for a screening of the award-winning documentary The Hunting Ground which highlights the prevailing issues surrounding sexual assault on college campuses. Following the film, there will be a discussion and panel featuring a healingSPACE representative and several Ramapo College staff members. There will be also be confidential on-campus and off-campus counseling services available. This event is a part of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

10:00 p.m. – Laser Tag – College Programming Board – Laurel Courts

Join the College Programming Board for Laser Tag. The Laurel Courts will be filled with obstacles that will make this a fun but challenging night. You will not want to miss this great opportunity.

Saturday, April 8th

10:00 p.m. – Bowling for Soup – College Programming Board Friends Hall

The College Programming Board is hosting Bowling for Soup. Students will have the opportunity to eat soup and play some entertaining games of bowling, all while listening to the music group Bowling for Soup.

Athletics

Wednesday, March 29th

3:30 p.m. – Men’s Baseball vs. Farmingdale State – Athletics Athletic Fields

Friday, March 31st

All Day. – Men’s and Women’s Track and Field host Roadrunner Invitational Athletic Fields

Saturday, April 1st

1:00 p.m. – Women’s Softball vs. Kean University  – Athletics Athletic Fields

3:30 p.m. – Women’s Softball vs. Kean University – Athletics Athletic Fields

Tuesday, April 4th

3:00 p.m. – Women’s Softball vs. New Jersey City University – Athletics Athletic Fields

5:00 p.m. – Women’s Softball vs. New Jersey City University – Athletics Athletic Fields

7:00 p.m. – Men’s Volleyball vs. New Jersey City University – Athletics Bradley Center

Wednesday, April 5th

3:30 p.m. – Baseball vs. Stevens Institute of Technology – Athletics Athletic Fields  

Thursday, April 6th

3:30 p.m. – Baseball vs. Kean University – Athletics Athletic Fields  

Saturday, April 8th

11:30 a.m. – Baseball vs. The College of New Jersey – Athletics Athletic Fields

1:00 p.m. – Men’s Tennis vs. Rutgers-Newark – Athletics Athletic Fields

1:00 p.m. – Women’s Tennis vs. Trinity College – Athletics Athletic Fields

3:00 p.m. – Baseball vs. The College of New Jersey – Athletics Athletic Fields

4:00 p.m. – Men’s Volleyball vs. Sage College – Athletics Bradley Center

7:00 p.m. – Men’s Volleyball vs. Purchase College – Athletics Bradley Center

Residence Life

Wednesday, March 29th

8:00 p.m. – Spring Bling and Rings – Mackin RHC – Mackin 1st Floor

Keep calm and have a craft night. Canvases, paint, paper and more will be provided for your spring decorating needs! Also want to propose to the love of your life? We got you, as ring pops will be provided as well.

9:45 p.m. – Shamrock Shake Night – RA Mike – Bischoff 1st Floor Lounge

If you’re a Shamrock Shake fan, then this is definitely an event for you! Enjoy some delicious shamrock shakes with RA Mike and socialize with others that share your love of this delicious drink!

Thursday, March 30th

8:00 p.m. – Knockout Trivia – RA Ian – Mackin 1st Floor

Bring a partner and compete against other teams to see who’s the last team standing! There will be a variety of trivia questions and categories. There will also be a prize for the winners!

Tuesday, April 4th

8:00 p.m. – Power Fruit Smoothie Night – RA Mike & RA Rachel – Overlook 1st Floor Lounge

Interested in trying something other than your average strawberry banana concoction?  Come join RA Mike and RA Rachel in Power Fruit Smoothie event for a tasty and educational night!  Try samples of smoothies from a variety of fruits and vegetables while learning about how to gain protein and calcium from a plant-based diet!  Smoothie sampling will take place on Tuesday, April 4th at 8:00PM on the Overlook 1st floor lounge.  Ingredients are first come, first serve!  It is going to be a sweet night!    

Cahill Center

Wednesday, March 29th

1:00 p.m. – Refresh Your Online Presence Through LinkedIn – Cahill Career Development Center – E-217

In job market, it’s more important than ever to ensure that your online profile and resume are fresh, current, and discoverable by employers and recruiters. Come to this LinkedIn workshop and learn how to create a professional profile that puts your best foot forward and shows off your abilities and accomplishments. Even if you are not looking for a new opportunity, you never know when one might be looking for you! Open to all majors and years!

2:00 p.m. – WEBINAR: Finding Federal Opportunities – Cahill Career Development Center – B-218

This webinar will feature a panel of federal employees in national security and international relations fields, participants will discover the hiring authorities they can use to pursue federal positions, including the Pathways Program and other agency-specific fellowships or volunteer positions and understand how to navigate USA Jobs and identify a vacancy that aligns with their interests and skills. Questions? Email cahill@ramapo.edu or call 201-684-7444.

Thursday, March 30th

11:30 a.m. – OCR: V Squared Events – Cahill Career Development Center – Student Center

Recruiters from the V SQUARED EVENTS will be on campus on Thursday 3/30 from 11:30am to 2:30pm to talk to students about summer job opportunities. Stop by their table located at the Student Center (2nd floor by the bookstore) for more information. Questions?  Email cahill@ramapo.edu.

1:00 p.m. – How to Find an Internship/Co-Op – Cahill Career Development Center – C-209

If you are planning to do a Summer/Fall 2017 Cooperative Education/Academic Internship, (co-op) experience, attend this important workshop. You will learn the requirements for a co-op, how to find a co-op, and how to register for the course. Contemporary Arts contract majors who entered Ramapo starting in Fall 2012, all communication majors, and music majors are required to do a co-op. Other majors/concentrations might have an experiential learning requirement that might include a co-op. Check with your faculty advisor. All students should consider a two or four credit coop/academic internship to gain professional experience prior to graduation! Questions? Contact Dr. Eileen Quaglino, 201-684-7455, equaglin@ramapo.edu.

6:15 p.m. – ASB Alumni Networking Roundtable – Career Fair– Cahill Career Development Center – Pavilion

Juniors, Seniors (and career-ready Sophomores)! Hear first-hand about careers in your fields of interest from successful Ramapo business school alumni and take the opportunity to start (or add to) your network of professional contacts. Event activities include a 3-rotation roundtable discussion and dessert reception/informal mingling. DRESS CODE is business attire. SEATING IS LIMITED! PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED! The tables are organized by business sector/major; when registering, select your their top three choices. Link Below:

https://www.ramapo.edu/forms/alumni-networking-roundtable-registration-form/

Saturday, April 1st

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. There is LIMITED seating for this event– Register before it’s too late!

Monday, April 3rd

12:00 p.m. – Accounting Week: Wiss & Company – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB 522

Rising Juniors and Seniors, get ready for Fall 2017 recruiting! Meet with Human Resources representatives who will share information about their organization, opportunities available and what to expect during recruiting season. Wiss & Company, LLP is a leading regional accounting firm that has served the New Jersey/New York City metropolitan area since its inception in 1969. Representing clients across a wide array of industries, Wiss is committed to providing technical expertise, insightful problem solving and proactive business advice.

Tuesday, April 4th

12:00 p.m. – Accounting Week: Untracht Early – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB-522

Rising Juniors and Seniors, get ready for Fall 2017 recruiting! Meet with Human Resources representatives who will share information about their organization, opportunities available and what to expect during recruiting season. Untracht Early LLC provides a full range of accounting, assurance, tax, consulting, and family office services. We serve a diverse clientele comprised principally of closely held businesses and their owners, and high net worth individuals and their families.

6:00 p.m. – Etiquette Dinner – Cahill Career Development Center – Alumni Lounges

Do you know how to eat in a professional setting? Maybe on a job interview? Or at a networking event? The Etiquette Dinner will be a fun and interactive event where an etiquette expert will discuss the how to’s of business and social dining, international diplomacy, and proper dress and style. Come find out how to outclass the competition as you put your experiences at Ramapo to work for you! Tickets are free of charge and available at Roadrunner Center.

Wednesday, April 5th

9:30 a.m. – OCR: Jobs at Brooksource – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB 2nd Floor

ATTENTION IT AND COMPUTER SCIENCE STUDENTS! A representative from Brooksource will be on campus on Thursday 4/6 from 9:30am to 12:30pm to recruit IT and Computer Science students for jobs in these fields. Stop by their table located at ASB lobby – second floor. For more information, email cahill@ramapo.edu

12:00 p.m. – Accounting Week: Withum Smith+Brown – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB-522

Rising Juniors and Seniors, get ready for Fall 2017 recruiting! Meet with Human Resources representatives who will share information about their organization, opportunities available and what to expect during recruiting season. A full-service accounting and consulting firm, WithumSmith+Brown (Withum) is well versed in the disciplines relevant to doing business in today’s world.  Since 1974, the Firm has continued to grow in breadth and depth of experience and expertise, provide an elite level of service and quality to private and publicly held companies. Serving some of the best companies across the Mid-Atlantic region and worldwide, WithumSmith+Brown offers a variety of services and specialized support to more than 13 major industry sectors.  Staff of approximately 800 with more than 550 professionals and almost 400 CPAs providing accounting, audit, tax and business consulting services.

2:00 p.m. – WEBINAR: Writing Federal Resumes – Cahill Career Development Center – B-218

This webinar will feature a panel of federal employees in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) as well as public health fields, and participants will understand best practices on how to make their application and resume stand out and learn about key job announcement information to look out for when preparing their applications. Questions?  Email cahill@ramapo.edu or call 201-684-7444

Thursday, April 6th

10:00 a.m. – Accounting Week: Friedman LLP – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB 522

Rising Juniors and Seniors, get ready for Fall 2017 recruiting! Meet with Human Resources representatives who will share information about their organization, opportunities available and what to expect during recruiting season. Since 1924, Friedman LLP has been much more than an accounting and consulting firm. We offer tax, accounting, auditing, forensic and management advisory services to publicly/privately held companies and individuals. Our accessibility, personal commitment, entrepreneurial spirit and specialized expertise exemplify the qualities of our client service. We’ve become our clients’ trusted business partner while preserving the team-environment that has helped us prosper.

12:00 p.m. – Accounting Week: Mazars – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB-522

Rising Juniors and Seniors, get ready for Fall 2017 recruiting! Meet with Human Resources representatives who will share information about their organization, opportunities available and what to expect during recruiting season. Mazars is an international, integrated and independent organization, specializing in audit, accounting, tax and advisory services. Mazars can rely on the skills of 18,000 professionals operating in 79 countries. As the market challenger, Mazars is fully able to provide large corporate multinational firms with seamless tailored solutions. Its complete, adaptable and flexible range of services also makes Mazars perfectly able to serve smaller companies and owner-managed businesses as well as high-net worth individuals. All Mazars staff are bonded by strong quality guidelines, determined to exceed technical and ethical standards and convinced that passion for accountancy, rigor in the way they perform their job on a daily basis and open-mindedness are the keys to success.

Friday, April 7th

12:00 p.m. – Accounting Week: Sobel – Cahill Career Development Center – ASB-522

Rising Juniors and Seniors, get ready for Fall 2017 recruiting! Meet with Human Resources representatives who will share information about their organization, opportunities available and what to expect during recruiting season. Sobel & Co. is a certified public accounting & consulting firm that has specialized in serving middle market family-owned businesses in the NY/NJ area since 1956. We’re proud of our mission and proud to be leaders in the community. We help our clients succeed by fostering an environment that encourages our staff’s personal and professional growth, combined with a passion for the firm’s core values. To accomplish this, we deliver a range of services including accounting, tax, & business consulting across various industries such as retail, manufacturing, distribution, construction, professional services and nonprofits. In addition, we offer internal controls, corporate integrity consulting, fraud and forensic services and strategic planning.

1:00 p.m. – How to Find an Internship/Co-Op- Cahill Career Development Center – C-209

If you are planning to do a Summer/Fall 2017 Cooperative Education/Academic Internship, (co-op) experience, attend this important workshop. You will learn the requirements for a co-op, how to find a co-op, and how to register for the course. Contemporary Arts contract majors who entered Ramapo starting in Fall 2012, all communication majors, and music majors are required to do a co-op. Other majors/concentrations might have an experiential learning requirement that might include a co-op. Check with your faculty advisor. All students should consider a two or four credit coop/academic internship to gain professional experience prior to graduation! Questions? Contact Dr. Eileen Quaglino, 201-684-7455, equaglin@ramapo.edu.

Contemporary Arts

Saturday, April 1st

8:00 p.m. – Mark Sganga – Berrie Center – Adler Theater

Celebrating the Beatles and Beyond Solo Acoustic Guitar
2009 International Fingerstyle Champion

Mark Sganga’s finger-style guitar weaves a rich tapestry of beautiful melody, dynamic rhythm, and imaginative improvisation. Fusing influences from South America and around the world, Mark creates an entrancing travelogue, as an instrumentalist, bandleader, singer/songwriter and educator.

“a bright new light in the Jazz/Brazilian music scene” – John Heidt, Vintage Guitar Magazine
“the kind of liveliness that causes smiles to happen” “dexterity, sensitivity and power…beautiful tones” – Mitch Kaplan, The Suburban News
“one of the top guitarists in the New York area” – Brian Wilson, WOR-AM Radio

TICKETS: $25; RAMAPO STUDENTS: $8
(ALL TICKET SALES ARE FINAL. NO EXCHANGES. NO RETURNS.)

Friday, April 14th

8:00 p.m. – Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play – Berrie Center – Sharp Theater

By Anne Washburn
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh

Mr. Burns is a dark American comedy set after the collapse of civilization. A group of survivors relives an episode of the Simpsons exploring how pop culture from one era can become the myth of another.

TICKETS: $5 RAMAPO STUDENTS; $15 GENERAL ADMISSION

Saturday, April 15th

8:00 p.m. – Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play – Berrie Center – Sharp Theater

By Anne Washburn
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh

Mr. Burns is a dark American comedy set after the collapse of civilization. A group of survivors relives an episode of the Simpsons exploring how pop culture from one era can become the myth of another.

TICKETS: $5 RAMAPO STUDENTS; $15 GENERAL ADMISSION

Sunday, April 16th

8:00 p.m. – Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play – Berrie Center – Sharp Theater

By Anne Washburn
Directed by Pirronne Yousefzadeh

Mr. Burns is a dark American comedy set after the collapse of civilization. A group of survivors relives an episode of the Simpsons exploring how pop culture from one era can become the myth of another.

TICKETS: $5 RAMAPO STUDENTS; $15 GENERAL ADMISSION

Global Education/Study Abroad

Wednesday, March 29th

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

Would you like to practice your German language skills? 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 skills? 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.

6:00 p.m. – Italian film Series – “Once You Are Born, You Can No Longer Hide” – International – ASB-136

Please join us Wednesday, March 29 at 6 p.m. in ASB-136 for a screening of “Once You Are Born, You Can No Longer Hide”(“Quando sei nato non puoi piu nasconderti”) directed by Marco Tullio Giordana.
This movie screening is sponsored by the Salameno School of Humanities and Global Studies. A discussion follows the film. Admission is free and open to the public. Please contact Professor D’Angelo at 201-684-7408 for information and disability-related accommodations.

7:00 p.m. – Special Guest Speaker: Philippe Sands, Noted International Jurist and Writer – International -York Room

On March 29th at 7 p.m. in the York Room of the Birch Mansion, the Gross Center for Holocaust & Genocide Studies invite all to a lecture by Philippe Sands, Professor of Law, University College London and an international human rights lawyer. He will speak about his recently published and acclaimed book, EAST WEST STREET: On the Origins of the “Genocide” and “Crimes Against Humanity.” It tells of how two men, Hersch Lauterpacht and Raphael Lemkin, born within three years of each other in eastern reaches of Austrian Poland, independently of each other proposed different legal remedies to the scourge of mass killing.

Tuesday, April 4th

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.