The Office of Student Life and Leadership Development in Collaboration with the CCNY Inter-Greek Council present:
The First Annual Break The Stage!
Come see The CCNY Greeks STOMP, STROLL and STEP new cracks into the stage of Aronow Theater. You have never experienced Greek Life like this before! 300 Seats will be filled, the livest crowd, and hardcore performances that will keep you on your feet.
Do Not Miss Out!
The Greeks Have Been getting ready for weeks to rip this stage
Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc
Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity Inc.
Lambda Theta Phi Latin Fraternity Inc
Sigma Lambda Beta International Fraternity Inc
Tau Kappa Epsilon Fraternity Inc
Latinas Promoviendo Comunidad/Lambda Pi Chi Sorority Inc, Gamma Nu Delta Sorority Inc.
Iota Nu Delta Fraternity Inc
Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority Inc
Location: Aronow Theater, Nac Building 137th st and Convent Avenue
Time: 8pm - 11pm
Entrance: $3 in advanced $4 at the door.
Get your tickets at http://ccnystudentlife.ticketleap.com/breakthestage/
I hope you, your family, and friends are all safe in the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy. In the wake of this disaster, I am reminded not only of how resilient we are as New Yorkers, but also of how important your support is of AIDS Walk New York and GMHC.
Thanks to friends like you, GMHC is able to stay open and provide critical services to people with HIV/AIDS in the most dire of circumstances. We were open last Monday until the storm hit – feeding people from as far as Brooklyn and the Bronx who walked to GMHC to receive the only meal they could rely on. It was so sad, yet heartwarming, to hear someone say:
“If you weren’t open today, I would have eaten nothing but peanut butter. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for staying open.”
We were open on Wednesday at 7:30 am, right after the storm – not only to begin serving meals, but to provide crisis services and help coordinate medications for people whose pharmacies were impacted by power outages and flooding. With so many people in the area without power, our staff has been pitching in to help wherever we can.
It truly has been a team effort, and GMHC has been empowered by you, and everyone else who participates in AIDS Walk New York.
The people we serve have nowhere else to go. They rely on us – and you – for help. Cabril, it is because of you that we are able to help the thousands of people with HIV/AIDS who need useveryday – even during a hurricane.
Marjorie J. Hill, Ph.D.
Chief Executive Officer
I also want to let you know that the 2013 AIDS Walk New York, our largest fundraiser, will be held on Sunday, May 19. We will notify you when registration opens next month, so you can continue your vital support of GMHC’s non-stop, life-saving services for people living with HIV/AIDS.
First, I hope everyone is safe and out of harms way. Hurricane Sandy affected many of us in the Tri-State area and I would like to encourage you all, if you haven't already done so to please donate or volunteer to help those in need. Remember every little bit helps. If you would like to donate any of the following items, the Office of Student Life and Leadership Development is accepting them in NAC 1/210.
-D Batteries for flashlights
-toothbrushes and toothpaste
-New packages of socks and underwear
-Non-perishable food that doesn't need to be cooked. For example, granola bars, fruit cups, etc.
This is also a friendly reminder that tomorrow, November 5th we will have our next IGC meeting in room 1/209 at 12:30pm. We kindly ask that each organization types a list of all of their active members for the 2012-2013 academic year by Friday, November 9,2012.
Thank you and stay safe!!
RESIDENT’S CALL FOR PRAYER AND SUPPORT FOR HURRICANE SANDY VICTIMS”Brothers of Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity:
As we recover from the devastation and impact of Hurricane Sandy, I solicit the prayers and support from all Sigma Men for our beloved brothers along the eastern and southeastern regions of our nation. Of critical concern to us all is the health and safety of our members and families.
To our collegiate members impacted by the storm, please remain safe by following the directions of your local and university officials. Keep your family members and chapter advisors abreast of your status.
We encourage those chapters along the neighboring areas to provide valued assistance in the form of non-perishable food, water, blankets, trash bags, hand sanitizers, cell phone chargers, back up batteries, flashlights, batteries, pet food, candles, manual can openers and battery-powered radios.
For shelter assistance, power outage survival tips, and winter storm safety, please visit the American Red Cross website at www.redcross.org or 1-800-REDCROSS (1-800-733-2767). You can also visit the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) at www.fema.govor 1-800-621-3362.
For more information, please contact your local emergency management agency, call 2‐1-1, and stay abreast of changing conditions by monitoring updates in your areas.
As you seek resilience, our collective prayers are with you.
Brother Jimmy Hammock,