March 30 – April 13, 2012

Student Elections Are Coming! – Find out when and how to vote, and what positions are on the ballot – Your Vote Counts! [read more...]
The Mentoring Program Is Recruiting – Get connected to successful mentors who can help you acquire professional and social skills – Apply Now! [read more...]
New Hunter College Tobacco Policy This Fall [read more...]
A Library for the 21st Century – Hunter's 68th Street library will be closed during Spring Break for renovation; other Hunter libraries will be open – April 6 - 12 [read more...]
Sila Djiguiba: Path of Hope – Maimouna Keita School of African Dance celebrates its 20th Annual Dance Concert with dance, drum and history  – April 7 [read more...]
Becoming Shakespeare – Actor/author Simon Callow joins Jonathan Bate for a delightful evening – April 9 [read more...]
For the Love of Ballroom: Lights! Camera! Action! – An electrifying night of the hottest professional and amateur ballroom dancing – April 14 [read more...]
$10 tickets to Carnegie Hall! – Two concerts still available for entire Hunter community – Deadline: April 16 [read more...]
The JFEW Eleanor Roosevelt Scholars Program – Scholarships and paid internships for men and women interested in being agents of change – Apply Now [read more...]
Scholarships for Part-Time Students – Are you struggling to complete your degree? Get help! – Deadline: April 15 [read more...]
MARC Program at Hunter College – Minority students receive training for biomedical and behavioral Ph.D. programs – Deadline Extended: April 19 [read more...]
Paid Internships with The Asia Society –Summer 2012 opportunities in education, external affairs, information services, public programs and web site –  Apply Now [read more...]
Summer and Fall 2012 Internships at WABC-TV – Interview for news, programming and community affairs – April 1 [read more...]
On-Campus Recruitment – Attention graduating seniors! Interview on campus for full time jobs with ZocDoc, Standing Tall, Weill Cornell Medical College Deadline: April 16 [read more...]
Need Advice During Spring Recess? – Advising hours will change, so make your appointments now for April 6 - 13 [read more...]
Law School Class at Cardozo – Sit in on a law school class and meet students – April 4 [read more...]
Free LSAT Prep Weekend – 16-hour intensive and admissions counseling – April 14 & 15 [read more...]
Learning to Think for the LSA T – Tips and strategies for freshmen and sophomores – April 15 [read more...]
LSAT FAIR and Teach-In – Commercial providers give students a sense of their different styles and offerings – April 18 [read more...]
Faculty & Staff Open House April 2 [read more...]
How Difficult Can This Be? – Video training about the effects of learning disabilities – April 12 [read more...]
Special Olympics of New York – Exhibition Game – April 12 [read more...]
Social Security Workshop – Learn about employment support available to students with disabilities – April 18 [read more...]
Disability Mentoring Day – Find out how to qualify for a professional mentor through the Mayor’s Office – April 18 [read more...]
Optional Practical Training – Application Deadline: April 24 [read more...]
Safe Spring Break & Alcohol Awareness – Learn how to drink and have fun while still making good choices – April 3 [read more...]
Dental & Oral Health – NYU College of Dentistry offers two programs for Hunter College students – April 5 [read more...]
Blood Drive – The New York Blood Center will be on campus. Help save a life – April 16 & 17 [read more...]
Men’s Volleyball vs. Steven’s Tech –  check out the multi-match the Hawks are hosting. Attendance is FREE! – March 31 [read more...]
Softball vs. College of Staten Island – Cheer on the Hawks at Randall’s Island; help them beat the Dolphins! – March 31 [read more...]
Intramural Co-ed Volleyball Tournament – Teams of 3 men and 3 women have a chance at the title – April 4 [read more...]

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