FIND OUT HOW GOOD YOU REALLY ARE. After seeing how children in NYC Schools are sometimes incorrectly diagnosed and overly medicated, I decided to do something about it. LIU Brooklyn gave me the resources I needed to become a school psychologist. Before I knew it, I'd begun an externship at a local elementary school. Utra Budhu, M.S.Ed. in School Psychology, Class of 2014 LIU Long Island University liu.edu For more things to do this week and every week, check out our campus calendar. Submit your events to event@brooklyn.liu.edu Seawanhaka Editor Is New Columnist for El Diario - Mabel Martinez —  Mabel Martinez — a journalism major who will graduate cum laude in May — has already landed a columnist gig at the prestigious Spanish newspaper El Diario La Prensa. The Seawanhaka editor will pen a weekly bilingual column about New York City nightlife. “El Diario introduced me to its readers with a front-page story this week,” Mabel added that she expects to make appearance on local television news programs, representing the paper. Among her commencement honors, she was chosen for Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges. Mabel is one of the students featured in LIU’s Find Out How Good You Really Are advertising campaign. Honors Student Earn Prizes at Annual Conference - Three members of LIU Brooklyn’s Alpha Chi earned regional prizes at the National College Honor Society’s annual conference earlier this month. Joshua Lamore, a literature major; Roksolana Sheverack, an English and political science double major; and LIU Pharmacy student Anastasiya Shor earned $250 prizes as representatives from the Northeast Division. Five LIU Brooklyn students participated in this year’s conference, which was held in Nashville, Tenn., April 4-6. James Clarke and Cris Gleicher, the campus’ co-sponsors for Alpha Chi, accompanied the students to the conference. Center to be named after President Steinberg Ladies Lax Play Two at LIU Field This Weekend -  The women’s lacrosse team — looking to finish strong and tally its first win of the season — will host Bryant at 4 p.m. Friday at LIU Field. The Blackbirds are led by senior Caitlin Farrell, who leads the team with 24 goals, and Shakoya Smith, a junior from Baldwin, N.Y., who has 17 goals. LIU Brooklyn also will host Central Connecticut State on Sunday at noon. Come out and show your support. 4/18 – Student Workshop: The Faculty and You! 4/19 - Dance Department Spring Concert 4/24 – LIU Music Department Spring Concerts