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Einstein’s Dream

I went to see the Einstein’s Dream on Saturday, November 21. It was a play performed by Baruch students. The light and the sound were amazing because they really present a clear visual to the audience. The part i liked the best was when the actors presented themselves as a part of the set design. For example, an actor would act like a chair while another actor acts as a table. The play was a little confusing and hard to follow. But overall, it was a successful performance.

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Student Services fair

This affair is taken place annually at Baruch, since i was told it was a long running almost as a tradition, so i thought it should be well worth the time. As expected a lot of people showed up for the even, but the workshop was not as chaotic as compared to my previous experiences with Baruch workshops. One of the positive aspects of this workshop was the fact that it was to some extent interactive because questions had to be asked in order to fulfill the workshop requirements. Most some the questions asked were stupid and forced and my questions were lost within them. Overall i learnt a few things got some questions answered, overall time time well spent.

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Basic Interviewing tips and techniques

As the title may indicate the workshop and the information presented mainly dealt with “do’s” and “dont’s” in terms of interviews of the person getting interviewed or the interviewee. The workshop covered all the basics, most of it was common sense and the rest would could be seen in any “getting ready for interview tips” videos. One of the positive aspects of the workshop that it covered aspects like one’s posture, language and things of similar nature. overall its was a positive and learning experience.

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The Baruch club fair

First week of October there was a club fair held at Baruch’s basement gym, and i was in attendance. As expected from the venue chosen the attendance numbers would be big and they were, however the title “club fair” was too hard to just pass up. this affair basically displayed all and every type of club Baruch has to offer. There were quite a few interesting groups. there was basically at least one group for you no matter who you were or your personality is like.  It was very intersesting to see soo many cultures in the fair and how they were presented. It was a learning experience. too add to the positive aspects of this affair there was free food. time well spent.

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Resume Writing

I was in the process of applying for few jobs and hence this workshop sounded prefect and intriguing. As indicated by the title the workshop worked primarily around developing or writing a resume which is pleasing to the employer’s eyes. The presenters were fully knowledge on this topic and this made the workshop much more helpful. The presenters went into very small and helpful details which according to them what employers look for in a resume, and i would like to think that this might give me and rest of the people who attended the workshop a upper hand in the job scene.  One of the most important aspects they covered was how to hide the negative aspects about you resume i.e. low GPA and characteristics of similar nature. Overall it was a great and nicely conducted workshop. time well spent.

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Internships and Job interviews

First week on november i attended a workshop which was decided to inform and educate its attendees. The workshop was orderly conducted and actually gave its attendees real and helpful concerning internships and job market. The workshop tried to highlight the opportunities that one has while attending college i.e. internships. They also highlighted what one can do in order to be ahead than others on the interview scene, as many people apply for the same job. overall it was a great presentation with a lot of helpful knowledge that one could use in order to excel in his or her life. Time well spent.

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Global Village

This event that I attended to, was one by far of the best events I have attended. It represented many different cultures and nations. While entering students received a blank sheet, as was told to walk around obtaining stickers of flags from multiple countries. I remember the music being played as well, it was quite interesting hearing music from nations and countries that I’ve never heard of before. This Global Village project was by far something that should be offered more at Baruch because of its diverse students.

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EINSTEIN’S DREAMS

I went to watch EINSTEIN’S DREAMS onNovember 20. It was one of our theater class assignments.EINSTEIN’S DREAMS vividly showed the relation between how people changed as time went by and how time changed through people’s lives. It is always sad when people recall their lives; there are full of happiness, sadness, reverie, sensation, guilty and awakening in people’s lives. I felt shocked and heavy after I watched the play. On the one hand, I was shocked by the voice, body action and face expression of the actors. On the other hand, the information that the play bought out was a lot and I had a lesson from it. EINSTEIN’S DREAMS’ interpretation of time might seem profound but it was authentic in real life. The excellent performance made me relate to my own life experience unconsciously and feel heavy and sad even though I might be still young and had too little life experience.

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Einstein’s Dream

On November 20, I went to watch Einstein’s dream. It was necessary to watch it as it was one of the assignments for my theater class.  I thought it was a really wonderful play. Although the setting was very simple, the actors and actresses performed extremely well. I was attracted the whole time. On the aspect of lighting and sound, the designers made it so impressive and influential. Comparing to a play  i watched on off-broadway last night, the Einstein’s dream play was much better.

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Choosing your career and major

On november 3rd of 2009 i decided to attend the workshop entitled, “Choosing your career and major”. As the title indicates the workshop primarily help one choosing their careers and majors. The workshop was well planned and organized unlike many of the previous ones. The presentation was really helpful and very informative at least according to my opinion, and the speaker seemed like she had knowledge of what she was talking about and about the classes offered by Baruch. Overall it was a delightful and informative workshop.

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