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Date: Thu, 22 Feb 2007 07:48:06 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 02/21/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 02/21/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
21 February 2007, Wednesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Department of Theatre and Dance Presents "Medea"
--- Make Sure Your Email Account Is Ready for CULink
--- The Final Open Forums
--- 300 Years of Goldoni!
--- Don't Miss out on Dispatch's New Band, State Radio! Concert This
--- First Person Cinema Presents Stacey Steers
--- Chancellor's Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs Awards
--- Win $500 in Student Writing Contest!
--- Sleep to the Slopes on the CU Ski Bus
--- Teach English in the Heart of the People's Republic of China This
DEPARTMENT OF THEATRE AND DANCE PRESENTS "MEDEA"
First performed in 431 BC, Euripides', "Medea" tells the story of the
jealously and revenge of a woman betrayed by her husband. The
University of Colorado Department of Theatre and Dance will produce
"Medea" in the University Loft Theatre. For tickets or more information
visit the link below or call 303-492-8181. Show dates are March 1-3,
7-10 at 8 pm, March 10-11 at 2 pm. Ticket prices are $15 for general
public, $12 for student, and $13 for faculty/staff.
Contact: Samantha Szakolczay
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/theatredance
MAKE SURE YOUR EMAIL ACCOUNT IS READY FOR CULINK
Email is being migrated to an upgraded email service, CULink, this
Saturday, Feb. 24. There are a number of steps you should take before
Saturday to ensure that your account will be accessible after the
migration. Make sure you're ready to get linked now!
Contact: Information Technology Services
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/its/culink/steps/
THE FINAL OPEN FORUMS
The Flagship 2030 Steering Committee invites the participation of the
CU-Boulder community. Subcommittees, Relationship with Boulder:
Wednesday, March 7, 8:30-9:30 am, 302 Regent Hall, "What's the ideal
relationship with our local communities?" Research, Scholarship and
Creative Work: Thursday, March 8, 4-5:30, location TBD, "What will our
research, scholarship and creative work be in response to in 2030?"
Please come and provide your input.
Contact: Stuart Takeuchi
300 YEARS OF GOLDONI!
The Department of French and Italian at CU Boulder celebrates the 300th
Anniversary of the birth of Carlo Goldoni, the famous Italian dramatist
of the 1700s, with an exhibit, "Goldoni & Venice," in the CU Humanities
living area on the first floor of the Humanities building, throughout
the day of Monday, Feb. 26. The film, "Servant of Two Masters" will be
shown in HUMN 150 on Feb. 26 at 7 pm. Everyone is welcome!
Contact: Chiara Torriani
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/FRIT/
DON'T MISS OUT ON DISPATCH'S NEW BAND, STATE RADIO! CONCERT THIS
Combining rock and reggae genres, State Radio will rock your face off
with their powerful stage presence and socially driven lyrics. Having
toured Vans Warped Tour and with RX Bandits, the band will play Glenn
Miller Ballroom on Feb. 24. Tickets are available in the UMC
Connection. Doors open at 7:30 pm. The New Amsterdams and Street to
Nowhere will be headlining the show. For more information, check out
the program council web site.
Contact: Christine Cao
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/programcouncil
FIRST PERSON CINEMA PRESENTS STACEY STEERS
First Person Cinema is happy to present Stacey Steers on Monday, Feb.
26 at 7:30 pm in ATLAS 100. Stacey Steers constructs her films from
thousands of hand made collages and drawings. Her work has been
featured at several film festivals, and she currently teaches her at
CU-Boulder! Her presentation will include discussion with the artist
plus three short animated films: Watunna, Totem and Phantom Canyon.
Come see some beautiful artwork!
Contact: Don Yannacito
Additional information: http://www.internationalfilmseries.com
CHANCELLOR'S ADVISORY COMMITTEE ON MINORITY AFFAIRS AWARDS
As part of the 12th Annual Diversity Summit, the Department of Human
Resources and the Hallet Hall diversity staff were presented with CACMA
Diversity Recognition Awards for their dedicated work on issues of
diversity at a luncheon reception. In addition, Vice Provost/Associate
Vice Chancellor for Diversity and Equity Christie Yoshinaga-Itano and
MaryAnn Sargeant, program coordinator in the Office of Diversity and
Equity, received CACMA Special Recognition Awards for their commitment
to furthering diversity on campus.
WIN $500 in Student Writing Contest!
This contest is open to CU Students only and is free to enter. You have
nothing to lose! The best part? You may have already written something
to submit! We accept papers and projects from classes! $500 prizes for
first place in each category. Entries are due by 5 pm on Monday, March
19. Get the complete rules and more information at the link below.
Contact: Kurt Gutjahr
Additional information: http://write.centerwest.org
SLEEP TO THE SLOPES ON THE CU SKI BUS
The CU Ski Bus is headed for Keystone and Breckenridge this weekend! On
Saturday and Sunday, our comfortable tour bus will depart campus at
6:30 am. I know that sounds early, but since the bus driver will be
doing all the work you can relax, sleep, watch a movie and enjoy
complimentary Clif bars. Your ticket is waiting for you at the CU
recreation center. They are $10 round trip.
Contact: Jesse Munson
Additional information: http://www.cuskibus.com
TEACH ENGLISH IN THE HEART OF THE PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA THIS SUMMER
This summer a non-profit Orbis Institute plans to bring 47 globally
minded college students to Henan Province to teach English for five
weeks. We are looking for college students with a passion for building
global civil society and adventurous spirits, after all, you're going
deep into China's interior. Information meeting next Monday, Feb. 26 at
7 pm in Humanities 1B50. When? June 26-Aug 1. Application at the link
below. Deadline on March 10. Chinese skills not required.
Contact: Vladimir Dubovskiy
Additional information: http://www.orbisinstitute.org/
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