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Date: Tue Mar 13 2007 - 07:16:55 MDT
Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2007 07:16:55 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/11/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/11/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
11 March 2007, Sunday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- SoundBite Safety Concert Next Wednesday!
--- UMC Art Gallery, Who Owns Pink?
--- Death By Food? Want to Learn More? Come to this Thought Provoking
--- Last Chance to Earn CU Credits This Spring
--- Genetic Research Event with Hors d'oeuvres!
--- Think Spring Break! Trips with the Outdoor Program
--- Summer Session Registration Underway
--- Free Concert!
--- Network with Organizations Making a Positive Difference in Our
World! Come to the Global Impact Expo!
SOUNDBITE SAFETY CONCERT NEXT WEDNESDAY!
Join us Wednesday, March 14, 12-1 pm in the UMC Atrium for free music
by Boulder Acoustic Society, the band described as "American Roots Punk
Chamber Music" and get information from CU NightRide, Wardenburg
Wellness, HelpLine and CU Public Safety about how to stay safe on
campus and in the community. The fantastic, genre bending Boulder
Acoustic Society placed second at the band competition in the Telluride
Bluegrass Festival last summer. Don't miss it!
Contact: CU NightRide
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc
UMC ART GALLERY, WHO OWNS PINK?
"Who Owns Pink," is now on view at the UMC Art Gallery. In "Who Owns
Pink," Boulder artist Gayle Crites uses works on paper, mixed media and
even stitched paper to explore culture questions of femininity or
"pinkness." The UMC Art Gallery is located on the second floor of the
UMC near the Reception Desk, and open Monday-Friday, 9 am-6 pm. On view
through April 13.
Contact: Kris Anderson
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc
DEATH BY FOOD? WANT TO LEARN MORE? COME TO THIS THOUGHT PROVOKING TALK
Have you suffered from starvation? What is it like and who suffers from
it? What is the relationship between affluence and eating behaviors?
Have you considered influences media and society place on nutrition? If
you are interested in a stimulating exploration into these questions,
join Dennis VanGerven, who will be the host of ceremonies. It's a
presentation not to be missed! Call 303-735-6433 or visit the link
Contact: Lindsay Miller
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/wellness
LAST CHANCE TO EARN CREDITS THIS SPRING
CU Continuing Education has 10 evening classes starting next week on
March 12-13 and ending May 2-3. These are sections of popular CU
courses that meet Arts and Science requirements. We even have a new
upper division elective in Geography, GEOG 4100, Political Geography of
South Asia. Check out our Boulder Evening Session II schedule.
Contact: Continuing Education Registration, 303-492-5148
GENETIC RESEARCH EVENT WITH HORS D'OEUVRES!
Come to SAPP's Spring Banquet and learn about genetic research and its
impact on Healthcare. A panel of speakers will address the Genome
Project, bioethics and psychiatry. Hors d'oeuvres will be provided and
local organizations like Boulder Valley Women's Health, There with
Care, March of Dimes and People's Clinic will be in attendance and are
seeking volunteers! Bring $1 or a canned food donation to gain entry.
Wednesday, March 14, 5:30 pm, UMC 382. Free food!
Contact: Ellie Scott
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/prehealth
THINK SPRING BREAK! TRIPS WITH THE OUTDOOR PROGRAM
Join us for spring break! Check out these sweet trips offered by the
Outdoor Program! Backpack Canyonlands National Park, Canoe
Ruby/Horsethief Canyon, Rock Climb Desert Towers. Check out our newest
class, Doggy Obedience. This six week class will help you and your K-9
build a respectful relationship together. All classes are taught at the
Recreation Center on March 20, April 3, April 10, April 17, April 24.
Cost is $95.
Contact: CU Outdoor Program, 303-492-6080
Additional information: http://cuop.colorado.edu
SUMMER SESSION REGISTRATION UNDERWAY
Summer Session registration is underway. Register before spring break
to assure that you are are enrolled in the class you want. Over 500
classes still open including Maymester and other summer session terms.
Questions? Call 303-492-5148.
Contact: Carol Mehls
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/summer
Thursday, March 15, at 7 pm. Robert Schumann's "Dichterliebe" and Ralph
Vaughan Williams' "Songs of Travel." Josh Copeland, baritone, Chuck
Dillard, piano. A pupil of the world-renown early music tenor, James
Taylor, Mr. Copeland recently placed second in the American Bach
Soloist International Competition and continues to make his presence
known nationally. St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, 2425 Colorado Ave.,
across from CU Engineering Center.
Contact: Scott Taylor
Additional information: 303-304-4206 or firstname.lastname@example.org
NETWORK WITH ORGANIZATIONS MAKING A POSITIVE DIFFERENCE IN OUR WORLD!
COME TO THE GLOBAL IMPACT EXPO!
Global Impact Expo, March 13, 1-5 pm, UMC 235. This new event showcases
organizations making a positive difference for people, community and
our planet! Explore humanitarian/health, non-profit, social service and
environmental organizations. Some will be offering volunteer,
internship and/or employment opportunities. See how you can make a
Global Impact! Sponsored by Boulder Outlook Hotel and Suites, Foothills
United Way and Career Services. See organizations attending at
Contact: Career Services, Willard Hall, 303-492-4100
Additional information: http://careerservices.colorado.edu
Hillel and Dennis Small Cultural Center are pleased to present DESIRE,
the 2nd Annual Women's Art Show. How do women perceive desire in our
culture? Politically, sexually, monetarily, emotionally? How do these
desires interact with religion, relationships, motivation, in school,
in love, in career choice? What do you desire? Featuring local women
artists this show is on view daily through March 22 in the DSCC, UMC
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