From: Student Buff Bulletin (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Tue Apr 03 2007 - 05:19:30 MDT
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2007 05:19:30 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/30/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/30/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
30 March 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Need Water or Stamps?
--- Put on Your Poker Face, C'mon and Play Tuesday Night!
--- Graduation is Coming Soon! Start Your Celebration Plans!
--- "What is Women's Work?" Panel Discussion
--- Recycling X-Games Rescheduled for Tuesday, April 3, 12-4 pm
--- Learn About Contemporary Asian Societies, Japan, China, Malaysia
--- Last Chance to Nominate a Campus Leader!
--- "Roll Your Own"
--- Speak Out! Calling All People, Men and Women, Who Want to Change
the Campus Climate for Women
NEED WATER OR STAMPS?
Don't forget the CU Book Store has filtered water to fill up your water
bottles for free, they also sell stamps and you can shop online at the
Contact: CU Book Store
Additional information: http://www.cubookstore.com
PUT ON YOUR POKER FACE, C'MON AND PLAY TUESDAY NIGHT!
The UMC Connection's free Texas Hold'em Poker Tournaments are back
after spring break! Join in the fun! The next three Tuesday tournaments
are April 3, 10 and 17, with a grand championship tournament on April
24. This is for everyone, beginners and advanced! There's giveaways,
drawings and prizes at every tournament! Register 5:30 pm. Games start
6:30 pm. The Connection, first floor UMC. Bring your friends, there's
also bowling, pool, arcade, food and drink!
Contact: Dana Kusjanovic
GRADUATION IS COMING SOON! START YOUR CELEBRATION PLANS!
Graduation day will be here soon! It's time to start planning how
you'll congratulate and honor your graduates for their achievements.
UMC Catering can make your celebration easy and delicious. They serve
all on campus locations, off campus venues in the Boulder area, custom
menus for any size group and budget and they can provide unique
international cuisine in addition to traditional favorites. Call the
number below or visit your UMC web site to start planning now!
Contact: UMC Catering office, 303-492-6349
"WHAT IS WOMEN'S WORK?" PANEL DISCUSSION
As part of the Miramontes Music and Arts festival, join us for a panel
on "What is Women's Work?" featuring ethnomusicologist Brenda Romero,
FRESH Board's Marpessa Allen, drummer Amy Shelley, artist Karen
Schuster, photographer Mia Semingson and theater Masters candidate
Christina Gutierrez. Sponsored by the WRC, DSCC, CEB, Program Council
and Student Programs. Tuesday April 3, 5 pm, Old Main.
Contact: Anna Koclanes
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/womensresourcecenter
RECYCLING X-GAMES RESCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 12-4 PM
Where? UMC Fountain. Due to weather, the Recycling X-Games were
rescheduled for this Tuesday. They will still feature games such as the
Dumpster Dive, Pizza Box Throw, Phone Book Shot-put, Re-Ball, Recycled
Art contest and the Recycled Fashion contest. Great prizes donated by
local business keep the competitive vibes flowing, but in the end, it's
all about recycling. Walk up competitors are welcome to participate in
the events. Sponsors are Freshman Council and CU Recycling.
Contact: CU Recycling, 303-492-8307, email@example.com
Additional information: http://recycling.colorado.edu/rm07/events.php
LEARN ABOUT CONTEMPORARY ASIAN SOCIETIES, JAPAN, CHINA, MALAYSIA AND
We will explore a wide range of topics, such as history, politics,
geography, family system, educational system, popular culture and
religion and its influence in daily lives. Guest speakers have first
hand experience of living in the region of study and/or are academic
researchers of the area. Join them for just one session, or enjoy one
session free if you sign up for the entire series that start April 7.
Contact: Registration, 303-492-5148
LAST CHANCE TO NOMINATE A CAMPUS LEADER!
CU GOLD (Gaining Opportunities through Leadership Development) is still
accepting applications for their annual Leadership Recognition
Reception. The awards that will be given out include the Student
Organization of the Year, Rising Star, Outstanding Student Voice,
Lasting Legacy, for a graduating senior and Supportive Staff Member of
the Year. Please visit our web site for nomination instructions and
award descriptions. All nominations must be received by Wednesday,
Contact: Sara Klymkowsky at firstname.lastname@example.org
"ROLL YOUR OWN"
"Roll Your Own" Sushi for free! Hapa Sushi's Executive Chef, will lead
you in one of two nights of sushi making, fun and eating! Classes begin
at 6:30 pm on Monday, April 9 and Tuesday, April 17 and shortly there
after we will embark on the raw festivities! Sponsored by the Dennis
Small Cultural Center and Off Campus Student Services. You can only
attend one of the classes and space is very limited. RSVP soon to
SPEAK OUT! CALLING ALL PEOPLE, MEN AND WOMEN, WHO WANT TO CHANGE THE
CAMPUS CLIMATE FOR WOMEN
In light of the Miramontes Music and Art Festival, there will be a
Speak Out night April 4, 7-10 pm in Old Main. Speak out about personal
issues on campus and help build an environment of female appreciation
and creativity. Sign up to Speak Out by emailing
Anna.Koclanes@colorado.edu and please submit an excerpt of what you
will be reading speaking. For additional information contact
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