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Celebrate the Chinese New Year with the Asia Society on Tuesday, Feb. 16, at Noon in the Warner Center

Stop by during the "College Hour" from 11:45 AM to 1 PM for music, dance, presentations and more welcoming the Chinese New Year of the Monkey!

Free Workshop for Students: Study Strategies for College Success, on Thursday, Feb. 18

Presented by the Reading Center, in Larrison Hall, a series of free workshops this spring will focus on two topics: Study Strategies for College Success, and Test Taking Tips. Click through for dates and locations.

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Annual Student Conference: Minority Male Initiative on Friday, Feb. 19 in the Warner Center

Conference hosting minority male students from Brookdale and Monmouth County high schools, to learn about various careers via connection to professionals who will provide information about fields of employment, rates of pay, employment opportunities and more.

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Public Open House at WBJB FM Studios - Tours, Meet & Greet, Live Music and More

All are welcome at a Sunday Open House at WBJB 90.5 FM Brookdale's Public Radio station, on Sunday, Feb. 21, from 2-4 PM. Stop by for broadcast studio tours, meet our on-air personalities, live music with Matt O'Ree and more. Click through to RSVP!

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Science Mondays: Fracking Problems in NJ, on Monday, Feb. 22, in the Warner Center

Rita Yelda, Senior Organizer, New Jersey Food and Water Watch, will explain how fracking wastes from other states can negatively impact us here in New Jersey. Waste transport, treatment and pipeline construction will be discussed. Click through for further details.

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Guest Lecture: The Rev. Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr., on Tuesday, Feb. 23, at 11:45 AM

Activist veteran of the civil rights movement of the 1960s, Dr. Lafayette is the author of In Peace and Freedom: My Journey in Selma. His talk at Brookdale is our 2016 Jacob Needle Annual Lecture in History, and is free and open to all. Click through for complete information.

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Visiting Writers Series: Yarrott Benz on Tuesday, Feb. 23 at 7 PM in the Warner Center

Artist, memoirist and essayist Yarrott Benz will visit to discuss his critically acclaimed memoir, The Bone Bridge. Free and open to all; sponsored by the Creative Writing Club and Student Life & Activities. Click through for further details.

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Spring Theater Production Feb. 26-28 and Mar. 4-6: Dead Man's Cell Phone

This award-winning poignant new comedy examines our assumptions about morality, redemption, and the need to connect in a technologically obsessed world. Click through for more details, dates and ticket information.

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International Education/Diversity Exhibit in the CVA Gallery through Mar. 30

Featuring items collected by staff and students who have traveled overseas, along with presentations showcasing our international students, and photos taken by the Brookdale Photography Club. Also: a selection of winning posters created by school-aged children depicting what “inclusion” means to them.

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Currently enrolled Brookdale student? Download the latest Microsoft Office Suite

As part of Bookdale’s Enterprise licensing agreement with Microsoft, students may download Microsoft Office 365 free of charge! Click through to find out how to obtain your suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook and One Note) for your home computer, tablets and mobile devices.

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