30 in 30 Challenge

30 in 30
Get Involved

Engage in a wide variety of free, fun, and informative student activities both virtually and on campus throughout September.

Prize Winners

You can visit the Office of Student Activities to pick up your prize for the 30-in-30 Challenge. You have until Wednesday, December 14, 2022 to do so.

Monday–Thursday: 11:00 am – 3:00 pm

There are prizes for attendance at 5, 10, 15, 20, 30 events.

Email us at student.activities@hunter.cuny.edu if you are unable to make it during these times.

30 in 30 Events

There are activities for everyone! Prizes will be awarded for attendance at 10, 15 , 20, and 30 events. Please check this page daily throughout September for more events.

Past Events
Resources FairCome to our fair and connect with departments that can offer you vital student services, resources, and assistance.9/1/202212-2 PMWest Building LobbyStudent Activities
Movie NightTreat yourself to popcorn, snacks and beverages. Meet friends and make new ones while you enjoy the show!9/1/20223-5 PM and 6-8 pmGame Room, 205 Thomas Hunter HallStudent Activities
Library and Archives Lunch Hour - Digitizing ArchivesCENTRO's Digital Collections is an ever-growing resource of material digitized from the Archive's holdings. Join CENTRO's Digital Archivist, Lindsay Wittwer, and CENTRO Library Manager, Ana­bal Arocho, as we review 2 digital images that have been recently digitized, and explore the unique challenges presented by the digitization process, and digitize a specific piece of history of your choosing!

Zoom event, RSVP
9/6/202212:00 PMVirtualCenter for Puerto Rican Studies (CENTRO)
Cooperman Business Center Open HouseAn overview of program offerings, students clubs, and short talks by students about their summer 2022 internships.9/6/20222:30 PMRoom 713, EastCooperman Business Center
KEEPER OF THE FLAME Sneak PreviewThe Human Rights Program invites you to attend a sneak preview of KEEPER OF THE FLAME, followed by a discussion between Jack Healey, former Executive Director of Amnesty International USA and organizer of the 1990s music tours for human rights featured in the film, and Lynn Nottage, Pulitzer Prize winning playwright and former National Press Officer for Amnesty International USA in the 1990s.

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9/6/20226:00 PMRoom 401, Roosevelt House (47-49 E 65th Street)Roosevelt House/Human Rights Program
Graduate Counseling Programs Admission Info SessionProspective counseling students are highly encouraged to attend this graduate admissions information session for an overview of the Counseling programs offered, licensure or certification, and the application process.9/6/20225:00 PMSchool of Education
Study Abroad 101 WebinarWant to learn about the Office of Education Abroad and study abroad opportunities at Hunter? Join us for an info session! We'll explain how to choose a program, how to apply, and how we'll support your international experience.

Learn more
9/7/202212:00 PMVirtualEducation Abroad
New Student ConvocationAs each semester begins, new freshmen and new transfer students are expected to attend the New Student Convocation. This is our official welcome ceremony and celebration exclusively for you. President Jennifer Raab will host, joined by Hunter staff and faculty.

Look for your invitation in your Hunter email. It will include a link to RSVP. We look forward to seeing you there!
9/7/20222:30 PMNorth Building Assembly HallStudent Activities
Street Fair & CarnivalAll students are invited to the Fair! Enjoy popcorn, cotton candy, food and beverages, and get caricatures and air-brush t-shirts, while you meet and mingle with other students. Many student clubs will have tables at the fair. Stop by and discover classmates who share your interests! Learn more.9/7/20221 PM - 5 PM69th St. between Lexington and 3rd AvenuesStudent Activities
Atrocities Against Uyghurs: Law and PoliticsPlease join the Roosevelt House Human Rights Program and Human Rights Watch for a conference that will convene experts, scholars, journalists, and activists at the forefront of the human rights crisis in the Xinjiang region of China. Keynote remarks will be given by Nury Turkel, Chair of the U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom and author of the memoir No Escape: The True Story of China's Genocide of the Uyghurs.

Learn More & RSVP
9/12/20221:00 PMRoosevelt House Auditorium (47-49 E 65th Street)Human Rights Program/Roosevelt House
HCAP Kick-OffStart off the Fall Semester with HCAP and Asian American student clubs to learn more about what's offered at Hunter, make friends, and break the ice! Join us in-person for interactive activities, games, and even a decorating competition!9/13/20225:00 PMHunter West Building, Room HW 417HCAP (Hunter College AANAPISI Project)
Business Certificate Info SessionDid you know you can gain a business credential while you're a Hunter student? Our Business Certificate program counts towards your degree and is open to all students, no matter your major or intended career! Come learn more and have all your questions answered.9/14/20222:15 PMPre-Professional SuiteBusiness Certificate
Evelina Antonetty Centennial Celebration, "The Hell Lady of the Bronx"Join CENTRO at the Silberman School of Social Work to celebrate the life, legacy, and immensely impactful work done by The Hell Lady of the Bronx, Evelina Antonetty.

This celebration focuses on Evelina's commitment to improving the quality of life for Puerto Rican children of the South Bronx. Her work resulted in bilingual education accessible in the South Bronx through United Bronx Parents, food activism and free lunch programs in school, and empowering members of the community to get involved in their children's education.
9/15/20223:00 PMSilberman School of Social Work, (3rd Ave. & 119th Street), Room 115ABCenter for Puerto Rican Studies (CENTRO)
An Evening with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Denis Mukwege and V (formerly Eve Ensler)Please join us on Monday, September 19th, for an evening with Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Dr. Denis Mukwege, in conversation with V (formerly Eve Ensler), Tony Award winning playwright and author of The Vagina Monologues. Dr. Mukwege and V are also co-founders of City of Joy, a community center and school for survivors of sexual violence in Democratic Republic of Congo. Reception to follow.

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9/19/20226:00 PMRoosevelt House Auditorium (47-49 E 65th Street)Human Rights Program/Roosevelt House
Department of History Open HouseCome meet History Department faculty, learn about the History major and minor, meet fellow students interested in history, find out Phi Alpha Theta (the National History Honor Society) and the 4+1 BA/MA program, and hear a sampling of Prof. D’Weston Haywood’s sonic scholarship. Free pizza!9/20/20222:30 PM - 3:30 PMRoom 1543, West BuildingDepartment of History
The Monkeypox Outbreak and LGBTQ Public HealthAcross the country, infectious diseases are spreading at alarming rates and minority communities continue to be disproportionately affected. The LGBTQ Policy Center at Roosevelt House is pleased to present an event examining the impact of the Monkeypox outbreak on New York’s LGBTQ community. Convening politicians, policymakers, medical doctors, and public health advocates, this urgent discussion will consider the public policy oversights and failures that have contributed to the current outbreak and examine what can be done to thwart the spread of the Monkeypox virus, and better prepare for future infectious disease outbreaks.

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9/20/20225:00 PMRoosevelt House Auditorium (47-49 E 65th Street)Roosevelt House
Women and Gender Studies Open House/Orientation Join WGS chair and faculty — Lunch will be served9/21/202212–4 PMRoom 1736, West BuildingWomen and Gender Studies
Muslim Student Association - General Meeting9/21/20222:30–3:30 PMThomas Hunter, Room 105Muslim Student Association
GBM #1: Welcome Back!9/21/20221 PM – 4:30 PMThomas Hunter, Room 205 Pilipinos of Hunter Club
Korean Campus Crusade for Christ Meeting9/21/20221–3 PMThomas Hunter, Room 419Korean Campus Crusade for Christ
Puerto Rico and SCOTUS: 100 Years of Colonial RuleThe year 2022 marks the centennial of the Supreme Court's ruling in Balzac v. People of Porto Rico, one of the most consequential Supreme Court rulings that shaped the status of Puerto Rico and Puerto Ricans within the US empire. Tune in for this Afternoon Tertulia as we unravel the latest CENTRO Journal, Back to the future: The Implications of Balzac One Hundred Years Later and explore the implications of this case and how Balzac affirmed the federal governmen's power to rule Puerto Rico and its residents separately and unequally within the US polity.

Zoom event, RSVP
9/22/20223:00 PMVirtualCenter for Puerto Rican Studies (CENTRO)
United for Youth Club Open HouseIntroducing the club and inviting members to the United for Youth of Hunter College.9/22/20227-8 PMVirtualUnited for Youth of Hunter College
Sister Social - Muslim Student AssociationSocial event for students9/23/20225–7 PMRoom 419, Thomas HunterMuslim Student Association
Project HOPE Club Interest MeetingThis will be an introductory and interest meeting that will allow interested students to learn more about ways to become involved and how to join the club as a member for the upcoming year.9/23/20226–7 PMProject HOPE Club
Spoon University Info SessionLearning About Spoon University

Zoom Details:
Meeting ID: 860 7510 8725
Passcode: 805578
9/23/20226–7 PMVirtualSpoon University
Virtual Career FairGet ready to launch your career as you meet with employers for job and internship opportunities. Available for students and alumni from all majors at Hunter College, you'll have a chance to network with companies from various fields, including healthcare, social services, business, education, and more.

Hosted on your CareerHunter account. Login to view the list of employers and to register.

9/28/202212 PMVirtualCareer Development Services
Korean Campus Crusade for Christ Meeting9/28/20221–3 PMThomas Hunter, Room 419Korean Campus Crusade for Christ
Bolton-St. Johns: Election Technology, Accessibility, and Security ForumAre you interested in learning about voting system security and accessibility? Join us for a panel discussion on September 28th from 2 pm - 4 pm to hear from election professionals who will address these topics and more. Have questions? This panel provides answers. Please join us for an engaging session on all things voting technology related.

RSVP Link Coming Soon
9/28/20222:00 PMRoosevelt House Auditorium (47-49 E 65th Street)Roosevelt House
Student Admissions Leader Info SessionJoin us to learn what it takes to be a Student Admissions Leader (SAL) at Hunter College. SALs are current students who serve as representatives of the College and the Office of Undergraduate Admissions & Recruitment.

Student Admissions Leader Info Session will include info about the program, how to apply, and how great it is to be a part of this community. You will also get to hear from current SALs.

Sign Up Today!
9/28/20222:30 PMStudent Center, Room 417 WestUndergraduate Admissions
Film & Media Studies Open HouseLearn about our Film Major / Minor, Media Major & Minor and Internships. Get answers to all your questions. Meet our Advisors. Refreshments provided!

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9/28/20223–5 PMRoom 433, North Building (Main Office)Film & Media Studies
Pre-Health for Human Rights General Interest MeetingRegistration is through the pre-health registration system9/29/20225:30 – 6:30 PMVirtualPre-Health for Human Rights Society at Hunter
Vietnamese Student Association Mid-Autumn FestivalSocial Event to celebrate Mid-Autumn Festival 9/29/20226–8 PMRoom 619, West BuildingVietnamese Student Association
Dance Workshop9/30/20222–4 PMTH Room 700Shikari Dance Team
Traditional Board Game NightSocial event to learn and Play Traditional Japanese Board Games9/30/20224–6 PMTH 208/209Japanese Club of Hunter College
Charity Week Informational - Muslim Student AssociationDiscussing Charity Week and what possible events will be happening and gathering volunteers.9/30/20225–6 PMRoom 105, Thomas HunterMuslim Student Association
Black Student Union9/30/20225–7 PMTH Room 205Black Student Union
Heart at Hunter Open HouseInterest Meeting -
Learn more: https://linktr.ee/heartathunter
9/30/20226–7 PMVirtualHeart at Hunter
Initiation - Zeta Phi Alpha Initiation for new members9/30/20226:30 –8:00 PMTH105Zeta Phi Alpha
2022 Mission Nutrition Open HouseMN Open House RSVP Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYkfuitqT4sH9WcJL2NcGKzv_MC5E0tMVdS9/30/20228–9 PMVirtualMission Nutrition