Monthly Archives: April 2015

Draper Student Sublet Available!

A recent graduate from Draper is looking for a sublet for her apartment for the last few months remaining on the lease.
Location: Astoria
Size: 2-bedroom
In addition, there is always the option of continuing the lease when it’s up for renewal at the end of August.
The roommate, Josh Stein, is also a recent graduate from the program.
Rent is $800/month, plus a security deposit, and the room is available as of June 1st. Someone could move in as early as May 15th, with the May month pro-rated to $400. The neighborhood is very safe and easily accessible to the city via the N,Q,R,M, and with easy transfers to the E,F, and 7 trains.
Contact cmm766[at]nyu.edu or by phone 716-725-3081 if you have any additional questions!
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Cold War Seminar- Frank Gerits on The French Atomic Bomb, the Congo Crisis and the Collapse of Stability

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Frank Gerits, a Postdoctoral Fellows for 2014-2015, will lead the next seminar on Thursday April 30. Frank will discuss his paper, “The French Atomic Bomb, the Congo Crisis and the Collapse of Stability (1960-1961).” Christoper Dietrich (Fordham University) will comment.
The seminar will take place from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM in the Tamiment Library conference room, on the tenth floor of the Bobst Library, 70 Washington Square South. As always, a reception with wine and snacks will follow the Q & A session.
You can find more information about Tamiment Library/Center for the United States and the Cold War seminars and events here:

Final Graduate Student Social — May 6th

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Interpretive Guide position available at the 9/11 Museum!

Hey Draperites,

The 9/11 memorial museum is looking for part-time interpretive guides. Check out the details at the following link: http://www.911memorial.org/sites/all/files/Interpretive%20Guide%20Guide%20FT%20and%20PT%20FEB%202015.pdf

Book Launch Party: Ralph Young- Dissent: The History of an American Idea- May 12

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