Best Weeks Ever Come to an End

Our “Best Week(s) Ever” is going…going…gone! Well, almost. If you don’t hurry up, you’re going to miss it. And what better way to say so long than watching the Yankees hit ’em out of the park: Can we get a “hip, hip, Jorge”?

We hope you picked up your $7 tickets to see the Yankees on September 20, otherwise you can kiss those goodbye; they’re outta here!

On September 18, NYC students will head to PLV for the Pace Football game against Southern Connecticut State. More on that here. Also on September 18, do good at a Seward Park planting and cleanup community service event sponsored by SDACA and the Center for Community Action and Research.

On September 19, head up north to Avenue Q, a hilarious and raunchy Tony Award-winning musical about a bright-eyed college graduate who comes to the big city with big dreams but no money.  More interested in mummies than puppets? King Tut is in town (well, his exhibit) for a limited engagement, so make your way through 10 galleries and 130 artifacts at the Discovery Times Square Exhibition on September 19.

Welcome Week fun ends on September 20 with the Yankee game (which we already told you about) and the big Student Aide Fair. Unemployed, eligible for work-study, and looking for a job on campus? This is where you’re going to want to be! Dress for success (no shorts or flips-flops) and meet with prospective on-campus employers at this job fair in the Schimmel Lobby from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.