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2019 John Jay Awards Dinner

Wednesday, March 6, 2019

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ARC Feb 13

ARC "Ask Me" Phone Sessions

"Ask Me" is a biweekly phone series during the Regular Decision cycle. In this 1-hour call, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, discover best practices, seek clarification and most importantly, learn more about interviewing. This is open to new and existing ARC members.

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Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of ClassicsFeb 13

Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of Classics

In the Republic, Socrates famously exiles the poets from his ideal city—a move that has not kept readers throughout the centuries from identifying Plato as the most poetic of philosophers. In a number of dialogues, Socrates registers even greater disdain for orators and rhetoricians.

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AlumniTALK: Making Career Moves with Eric Horwitz CC'90Feb 22

AlumniTALK: Making Career Moves with Eric Horwitz CC'90

What's the right amount of time to stay at one job? Or in one career? In today's dynamic career landscape, how do you assess what makes sense as your next step?

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ARC Feb 25

ARC "Ask Me" Phone Sessions

"Ask Me" is a biweekly phone series during the Regular Decision cycle. In this 1-hour call, you will have the opportunity to ask questions, discover best practices, seek clarification and most importantly, learn more about interviewing. This is open to new and existing ARC members.

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Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of ClassicsFeb 27

Plato the Rhetorician | Professor Kathy Eden, Chavkin Family Professor of English and Professor of Classics

In the Republic, Socrates famously exiles the poets from his ideal city—a move that has not kept readers throughout the centuries from identifying Plato as the most poetic of philosophers. In a number of dialogues, Socrates registers even greater disdain for orators and rhetoricians.

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