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Date: Sat Feb 03 2007 - 05:04:39 MST
Date: Sat, 3 Feb 2007 05:04:39 -0700 (MST) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 02/03/2007
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 02/03/2007
03 February 2007, Saturday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Family Housing Apartments Available!
--- Free Lunch Series at the CU Museum!
--- Victim Assistance Rolls Out New Website
--- Summer Session Website is Live!
--- CU Imaging Services Introduces New Capabilities: Full Color
Indigo Digital Press and Oversize Color Printing!
--- Theatre & Dance Presents "Roulette"
--- News from the Libraries: Refer Your Students to this Week's Drop In
Seminar, "What the Bleep Does Congress Do?"
--- Refugee Art Project: Make a House a Home
FAMILY HOUSING APARTMENTS AVAILABLE!
Family Housing has a limited number of one and two bedroom apartments
available for immediate move in! Great prices, utilities included,
free basic and expanded cable TV and high speed Internet! Close to
campus! Inquire today! Roommates allowed. Visit the website, stop by
our office: 1350 20th St., or call 303-492-6384.
Apply now to get on the waiting list for fall 2007!
Contact: Laura Teta
Additional information: http://housing.colorado.edu/fh
FREE LUNCH SERIES AT THE CU MUSEUM!
Thursday, Feb, 8, 12-1 pm, CU Museum, Paleontology Hall, located next
to the UMC.
Join us as student recipients of the Walker Van Riper and William H.
Burt Funds update us on their projects. Lunch provided.
Claire Lay: "Pollination and Herbivory in 'Erysimum Capitatum'"
Aimee Garza: "The Virgin Has No Clothes! Hispano Identity and the
'Our Lady' Controversy"
Meegan Anderson: "Cranial Adaptations of Old World Monkeys"
Contact: CU Museum of Natural History, 303-492-6892
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu
VICTIM ASSISTANCE ROLLS OUT NEW WEBSITE
The Office of Victim Assistance has rolled out a new expanded
website, listed below. The site includes information on a variety of
topic areas to which we respond. Included is information on what to
do, how to get support, help in making decisions on reporting,
prevalence and other resources on and off campus. We also are
available in person in Willard 217-219. Phone 303-492-8855.
Contact: Mary Friedrichs
SUMMER SESSION WEBSITE IS LIVE!
The 2007 Summer Session website is live. The website has information
about Summer Session 2007 classes, registration, financial aid and
housing. Registration for Summer Session begins March 7. To request a
catalog call 303-492-5148.
Contact: Carol Mehls
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/summer
CU IMAGING SERVICES INTRODUCES NEW CAPABILITIES: FULL COLOR INDIGO
DIGITAL PRESS AND OVERSIZE COLOR PRINTING!
These capabilities are now available right here on campus! This new
press offers full color and variable data printing that is cost
effective for short or long runs. It is great for direct mail,
brochures and more. Oversize color printing is now available. We
print 42 inches by any length. It is great for posters, signs and
more. Contact Ken Allen 303-492-5940 or firstname.lastname@example.org for
details on how to use these capabilities to your advantage.
Contact: Ken Allen
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/imagingservices
THEATRE & DANCE PRESENTS "ROULETTE"
Roulette by Paul Weitz, co-writer for Antz and co-director of the
American Pie films and About A Boy.
A sharp-tongued, broken-hearted and seriously funny play, Roulette
takes a look at a dysfunctional suburban family and their neighbors,
turning elements of the traditional family sitcom on its ear.
Tickets discounted to $8 opening weekend: Feb 8-10 at 8 pm.
University Theatre, Mainstage
Feb. 8-10, 14-17 at 8 pm, Feb. 13 at 2 pm
Box Office: 303-492-8181
Contact: Pam Stone
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/theatredance
NEWS FROM THE LIBRARIES: REFER YOUR STUDENTS TO THIS WEEK'S DROP IN
SEMINAR, "WHAT THE BLEEP DOES CONGRESS DO?"
This drop in session will provide a summary of the steps in the
federal lawmaking process and how to find the documents and materials
produced along the way. We'll discuss searching for Congressional
hearings, reports, documents and prints; and look at the research
materials Congress has prepared as background for making laws and
recommending policies. Join us Wednesday, Feb. 7, 4-5 pm in Norlin
E160, on the first floor near the reference desk.
REFUGEE ART PROJECT: MAKE A HOUSE A HOME
Join the Volunteer Clearing House and the Dennis Small Cultural
Center in creating art for newly arrived refugees. This unique
service opportunity combines art with community building to welcome
African refugees to the Denver area. Monday, Feb. 12, 3-5 pm. Space
is limited, please RSVP to email@example.com.
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