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Walking in the Footsteps of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.: Our Students Visit the Places that Shaped his Legacy- Read the Queens Chronicle story
January 30 Declared Stephen Stepanchev Day in Queens: Congratulations to Our Professor Emeritus and the Borough's First Poet Laureate as He Turns 100!
South Africans Reflect Their Nation's History in Two Godwin-Ternbach Exhibitions, Feb. 5 - March 21
Our Students Win IBM Contest With an App to Help the Overburdened Child Welfare System-Read the Daily News Article
Students Raising Funds to Name Poetry Prize for MFA Grad Killed 1/17
Professor and Epidemiologist Alfredo Morabia Named Editor of American Journal of Public Health
QC Renames its Public Health Center to Honor the Late Barry Commoner, Father of the Environmental Movement
Audition For Our 72 Year Old Choral Society Beginning January 21...Join Us!
Performance: Sergei Prokofiev’s Peter and the Vegetable Garden. Sunday, Feb. 1, 3 pm. Tickets are free.
Presentation: Apartheid and HIV in South Africa, Mark Lurie (Brown Univ.) and Ida Susser (Hunter). Wed., Feb. 4, 12:15 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: Tom Liacas, authority on social networks. Wed., Feb. 4, 5:30 pm.
Year of South Africa Exhibits Opening: Collection of Violet and Les Payne and Emerging Photographers from South Africa. Thur., Feb. 5, 6 pm.
Lecture: The Legacy of Place in Post-Apartheid South Africa, playwright Amy Jephta. Wed., Feb. 11, 12:15 pm.
Concert: 20 Years of Freedom: Hugh Masekela & Vusi Mahlasela. Wed., Feb. 18, 7:30 pm.
Lecture: Journey Traveled by Universities & Other Higher
Ed. Institutions in South Africa. Prins Nevhutalu,
Cape Peninsula University of Technology. Thur., Feb. 19, 4 pm.
Roundtable: Global and African Apartheid, with journalist Les Payne, Satadru Sen (History Dept.), and Richard Knight, director, African Activist Archive. Tues., Feb. 24, 6 pm.
Evening Reading: Sue Miller will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, March 10, 7 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: Scott Heiferman, co-founder and CEO of Meetup. Wed., March 11, 5:30 pm.
Performance: The Rape of Lucretia by Benjamin Britten. Queens College Opera Studio. Fri.–Sun., March 13–15.
Roundtable and Performance: Art as Social Activism. Martha Wilson (Franklin Furnace), Maureen Connor (Art Dept.), Riccardo Valentine (Brother(hood) member), and Tonya Foster (CCNY). Thur., March 19, 6 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: Richard Move, artistic director of MoveOpolis! and Move-It! Productions. Wed., March 25, 5:30 pm.
Evening Reading: Mona Simpson will read from her works and be interviewed by Leonard Lopate. Tuesday, April 14, 7 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: Astra Taylor, director of The People’s Platform. Wed., April 15, 5:30
Cesar Millan Live! Sunday, April 19, 3 pm.
Media Studies Colloquium: Micah Sifry, editorial director of Personal Democracy Media. Wed., April 22, 5:30 pm.
Laughter and Reflection with Carol Burnett. Fri., May 8, 8 pm.
Choral Society Spring Concert: Fauré’s Requiem & Poulenc’s Gloria. Sat., May 16, 8 pm.
Play: Golda's Balcony, starring Tovah Feldshuh. Sat.–Sun., May 16–17.