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Date: Tue Feb 06 2007 - 08:16:00 MST
Date: Tue, 6 Feb 2007 08:16:00 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 02/03/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 02/03/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
03 February 2007, Saturday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Refugee Art Project: Make a House a Home
--- Are You a Study Abroad Returnee?
--- Job Openings: Videotapers for Faculty Teaching Excellence Program,
--- Stressed? Confused? Come to the Women's Resource Center Open Hours!
--- Have a 3.0? Want to Help Save the World?
--- Habitat for Humanity is Back on Campus!
--- Free Presentation, Omega 3 Connection: The Role of Healthy Fats in
--- Theatre and Dance Presents Roulette
--- Be a Witness is the ABA Mock Trial Competition
--- Calling All Women! The Dennis Small Cultural Center and Hillel
Invite You to Submit Art for this Spring's Annual Women's Art Show
--- Put on Your Poker Face, C'mon and Play! Giveaways, Drawings and
--- Celebrate Black Awareness Month with Authentic Recipe Lunches at
--- Free Program, Chainsaw Juggler and Hypnotist
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 at the email below.
ARE YOU A STUDY ABROAD RETURNEE?
Don't miss the Colorado/Wyoming Study Abroad Returnee Conference Feb.
17! Designed for students who have recently returned from studying
abroad, this conference was put together to address the "returnee
experience." Meet other returnees, learn how to apply your
international experience to your future goals, network with individuals
working in international sectors and get resume advice from a
professional resume reviewer. See the link below to register. The
conference is free to CU-Boulder students!
Contact: Sarah Westmoreland
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu
JOB OPENINGS: VIDEOTAPERS FOR FACULTY TEACHING EXCELLENCE PROGRAM,
We need several students to serve as videotapers for faculty as they
research methods to enhance their teaching techniques. We can be
flexible with students' schedules. Wonderful opportunity for leadership
and service to the campus community. The work is sporadic throughout
the year therefore we need multiple students to commit in order to fill
various time slots. We pay $10/hour and will train. Must be
responsible, conscientious and committed.
Contact: Meg Clarke, email@example.com, 303-492-4985
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/ftep
STRESSED? CONFUSED? COME TO THE WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER OPEN HOURS!
Come to the WRC, UMC 416, each week to talk to campus experts about
topics ranging from relationship and stress management to eating and
body issues to sexual harassment and everything about women's health.
Experts from Counseling and Psychological Services, Wardenburg Women's
Health, GLBT Resource Center, Disability Services, Career Services,
Judicial Affairs and more will answer questions in a casual setting.
Check the WRC's web site for a regular weekly schedule.
Contact: Cindy Cabrales
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/womensresourcecenter
HAVE A 3.0? WANT TO HELP SAVE THE WORLD?
Then come join Phi Sigma Pi, CU's Coed Honor Fraternity! We are a fun
social, service and academic organization looking for new members! You
must have a 3.0 GPA, at least one semester of college coursework
completed and a desire to have fun to join. Check us out at our
information nights, Feb. 12 at 7:30 pm in HLMS 252 and Feb. 13 at 7:30
pm in Benson 185. Free pizza!
Contact: Christine Bennett
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/phisigmapi
HABITAT FOR HUMANITY IS BACK ON CAMPUS!
Interested in getting involved with Habitat for Humanity? Come to a
general information meeting Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 7:30 pm in UMC 384.
Find out about organized build days with the Denver Metro, Flatirons
and Longmont chapters this spring and bring other ideas for things
you'd like to do. The CU Habitat club is a student group dedicated to
coordinating service with Habitat for Humanity. For more information,
send questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
Contact: Eric Boxer
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/habitat/
FREE PRESENTATION, OMEGA 3 CONNECTION: THE ROLE OF HEALTHY FATS IN
Come discover the many health benefits of "good" fats and learn how to
incorporate them into your diet for better health! Holistic health
counselor Seth Braun will empower you with knowledge and help you
reinvent the way you look at fat! Please join us this Thursday, Feb. 8,
12-1 pm in the Senior Dedication Lounge, second floor of UMC.
Contact: Student Wellness Program 303-735-6433
Additional information: CUHealth@colorado.edu
THEATRE AND 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.
18 at 2 pm. Box Office, 303-492-8181.
Contact: Pam Stone
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/theatredance
BE A WITNESS IN THE ABA MOCK TRIAL COMPETITION
CU School of Law is hosting the regional ABA Mock Trial Competition and
we must provide witnesses. This is a great opportunity to watch great
trial teams and help CU! The time commitment is minimal and there's
lots of free food. No experience required, so bring friends/family.
Sign up by email at email@example.com. Round 2: Saturday, Feb. 17,
9 am, Round 3: Saturday, Feb 17, 1:30 pm, Round 4: Sunday, Feb. 18,
Contact: Andra Zeppelin
CALLING ALL WOMEN! THE DENNIS SMALL CULTURAL CENTER AND HILLEL INVITE
YOU TO SUBMIT ART FOR THIS SPRING'S WOMEN'S ART SHOW
Theme: Desire. How do women perceive desire in our culture?
Politically, sexually, monetarily, emotionally? How do these desires
interact with religion, personal relationships, motivation in school,
in love, in career choice? What do you desire? $100 awarded to one
piece. 2D and 3D art welcome. Email photographs or scans of your
submissions to Jen at firstname.lastname@example.org by Feb. 15. On view
in the Dennis Small Cultural Center March 6-22. Opening reception on
Contact: Jennifer Berg at email@example.com
PUT ON YOUR POKER FACE, C'MON AND PLAY! GIVEAWAYS, DRAWINGS AND PRIZES!
Join the fun at the exciting free Texas Hold'em Poker Tournaments,
Tuesday nights in the Connection, Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27, March 6, 13, 20,
April 3, 10, 17, with the grand championship April 24. It's fun for
everyone with giveaways, drawings, prizes every tournament and a
fantastic grand prize! Register 5:30 pm. Games start 6:30 pm. C'mon and
play! The Connection, 1st floor UMC. Bring your friends, there's also
bowling, pool, arcade, food and drink!
Contact: Dana Kusjanovic, Connection Manager
CELEBRATE BLACK AWARENESS MONTH WITH AUTHENTIC RECIPE LUNCHES AT UMC!
Yum! The Tabor, located in the Alferd Packer Grill, is celebrating
Black Awareness Month with authentic, fresh made recipes for Wednesday
lunches during February! Mark your calendar for Feb. 7, Foods of the
South, Feb. 14, Valentine's Day with Soul, Feb 21, Tastes of the
Caribbean, Feb. 28, Flavors of Africa! 11 am-2 pm, first floor UMC.
Check the UMC web site's Daily Specials Menu page, see link below, for
all the delicious choices!
Contact: Robin Margolin
FREE PROGRAM, CHAINSAW JUGGLER AND HYPNOTIST
What happens when you combine the talents of World Class Hypnotist Dale
K and the intensity of Mad Chad Taylor? No one knows for sure, but
anything could happen...Join us Friday, Feb. 16, 9 pm in the Glen
Miller Ballroom. See the web site below and click on "facebook." Free
for all that come! Brought to you by the Residence Hall Association and
Additional information: http://curha.org
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