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Date: Wed Nov 07 2007 - 01:15:51 MST
Date: Wed, 7 Nov 2007 01:15:51 -0700 (MST) From: Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Buff Bulletin 11/06/2007
SUBJECT: Buff Bulletin 11/06/2007
06 November 2007, Tuesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Fall Blood Drive, Nov 12-15, UMC 235, Nov 16,
Trumbo Fountain and Recreation Center
--- CU Bike Station Brings You the Mobile Mechanic
--- Prepare Your Bike for the Snowy Winter Weather
--- Got Issues? Counseling, Workshops and Myers-Briggs
--- Free Catered Lunch
--- Performance Friday!
--- SoundBite Presents: Native American Flute Performance
--- Celebrate International Education Week! Nov. 12-16
--- Mayor Hickenlooper Hosts Words to Stir the Soul
--- Mental Health Awareness Workshop!
--- CU @ The Boulder Public Library: Shakespeare's Language in Performance
FALL BLOOD DRIVE, NOV. 12-15, UMC 235, NOV. 16,
TRUMBO FOUNTAIN AND RECREATION CENTER
The fall blood drive will take place Monday, Nov. 12-Thursday, Nov.
15, 10 am-3:30 pm in UMC 235, and Friday, Nov 16 at Trumbo Fountain
and at the Recreation Center. The drive is co-sponsored by Boulder
Campus Staff Council, Bonfils and UCSU. For an appointment to donate,
please call the 303-363-2300, sign up at www.bonfils.org site code
0284 or drop by the UMC Grill area Nov. 7-8, 10:30 am-1 pm.
Contact: Patti Zike
CU BIKE STATION BRINGS YOU THE MOBILE MECHANIC
Do you need a flat tire fixed? Are you unable to ride your bike to
the Bike Station? Call 303-882-6348 and the Bike Station's mobile
mechanic will ride to wherever you are on campus and assist with any
minor bike repairs you need. This free service is available for
registered bicycles only. Available to main, east and Williams
Village campus locations only.
Contact: Mobile Mechanic
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/bicycleprogram
PREPARE YOUR BIKE FOR THE SNOWY WINTER WEATHER
The CU Bike Station's winterization drive has begun. Buy discounted
fenders and gloves and get ready for winter bicycling. Don't let the
cold or wet stop you from getting to campus the healthy and efficient
way! Stop by the bike station and let our knowledgeable staff install
new hardware that will keep you riding. Accepting orders now!
Contact: Tracy Calvin
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/bicycleprogram
GOT ISSUES? COUNSELING, WORKSHOPS AND MYERS-BRIGGS
The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP) would like to let you
know about our fall offerings. In addition to confidential, free
counseling services, we are offering a time limited educational grief
group, a retirement group and a "Lunch and Learn Series" that
includes five workshops: Stress Management, Change, Communication,
Relationships and Wellness. Myers-Briggs assessment is also available
for team building, individual development and partner enrichment.
Check our website for details or call 2-3020.
Contact: Celia Sinoway
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentaffairs/fsap
FREE CATERED LUNCH
The 2007 Fall Lecture Series
Thursday, Nov. 15, 12 pm - UMC 353
Professor Martha Hanna, History: "Over my dead body: Mortality,
Religious Sensibility & Agnosticism in France during the First World
Lectures are free, open to the public and include a free catered lunch.
Contact: Fred Peterbark, 303-443-2503
Additional information: http://www.canterburycolorado.org
The Center for Humanities and the Arts invites you to this month's
Performance Friday! featuring excerpts from "She Loves Me," a musical
produced by the Department of Theatre and Dance. This event will be
held on Nov. 9, 12-1 pm in British Studies (Norlin Library's fifth
floor). Doors open at 11:30 am for a free, light lunch.
Contact: Paula Anderson, 2-1423, firstname.lastname@example.org
SOUNDBITE PRESENTS: NATIVE AMERICAN FLUTE PERFORMANCE
In honor of Indigenous Awareness Month, the Student Programs Office
and the Dennis Small Cultural Center will be providing you with a
soothing SoundBite performance by Eriks Humeyumptewa, a Native
American flutist. Stop by and enjoy the entertainment taking place in
the UMC Atrium 12-1 pm on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Contact: UMC Student Programs Office, email@example.com, 2-7109
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/studentprograms
CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK! NOV. 12-16
Join the Office of International Education in celebrating
International Education Week, Nov. 12-16! All are invited to our
International Education Week reception, Nov. 12, 5-7 pm in the
British Studies Room (Norlin Library, fifth floor, room M549). OIE
Global Citizens and winners of the International Education photo
contest will be awarded. Refreshments and international appetizers
will be provided! View the latest OIE newsletter at
http://www.colorado.edu/oie/OIENewsletter2007.pdf and see additional
IEW events at the link below.
Contact: Sarah Westmoreland
MAYOR HICKENLOOPER HOSTS WORDS TO STIR THE SOUL
Nov. 7, 7 pm, Old Main Chapel
With Mayor John Hickenlooper as our host, we will celebrate the
dedicated spirit that draws exceptional individuals into their often
challenging line of work. Participants will read passages from
Western literature that have inspired and enlightened them. Readers
include Justin Dombrowski, Joan Fitz-Gerald, Senator Ken Gordon,
Justice Gregory Hobbs, Representative Alice Madden, James Martin,
Honorable Mary Mullarkey, Lt. Governor Barbara O'Brien, Chancellor
Bud Peterson, First Lady Jeannie Ritter and Chairman Pat Waak.
Contact: Amanda Dixon
Additional information: http://www.centerwest.org
MENTAL HEALTH AWARENESS WORKSHOP!
Learn about depression, generalized anxiety disorder, post-traumatic
stress disorder and bipolar disorder. You'll have an opportunity to
ask questions, learn about treatment options and campus resources,
and take an optional screening. Join us for a mental health awareness
workshop presented by Serenity Chambers from the Faculty & Staff
Assistance Program and Kathryn Cerretani from Counseling &
Psychological Services. Women's Resource Center, UMC 416, Thursday,
Nov. 8, 2-3 pm.
CU @ THE BOULDER PUBLIC LIBRARY: SHAKESPEARE'S LANGUAGE IN PERFORMANCE
Melinda J. Scott from the Colorado Shakespeare Festival presents
"Shakespeare's Language in Performance: More Matter...Less Art" as
part of the CU @ The Boulder Public Library series. Using a hands on
approach, this program explores Shakespeare's text in performance.
Discover how imagery, sentence structure, rhythm and meter all serve
to direct the actor and engage the audience. Wednesday, Nov. 14, 7 pm
at the Boulder Public Library. Free and open to the public.
Contact: CU-Boulder Outreach Committee, firstname.lastname@example.org
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