From: Student Buff Bulletin (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Tue Apr 03 2007 - 07:18:37 MDT
Date: Tue, 3 Apr 2007 07:18:37 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/31/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/31/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
31 March 2007, Saturday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- What's Your Greatest Strength?
--- Calling All Poets! Open Mic Night
--- Summer Evening Classes
--- Celebration of Recovery Meeting Wednesday Evening
--- Songwriting Workshop with Raining Jane!
--- News from the Libraries: Attend This Week's Drop In Seminar, "Can
the Government Be Funny?"
--- CU Late Night and the Miramontes Festival Present: Slam Poet Kelly
Zen Yie Tsai
--- Honors African Dance Class
WHAT IS YOUR GREATEST STRENGTH?
Do you know the answer to this question? If you have a hard time
presenting yourself in an interview or networking events don't miss the
Market Yourself workshop brought to you by CU GOLD. Christopher Hill,
owner of Hillside Communications will arm students with three
techniques to help answer hard questions in challenging social
situations. April 5, 4:30-6:30 pm HLMS 199.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or 5-0640
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/quicklinks/gold.html
CALLING ALL POETS! OPEN MIC NIGHT
Have no fear, CU's 4th annual poetry slam is here! From streets to
beats, bring your heat its time to compete. Grab a slot for an open mic
spot. Thursday, April 12, 7-11 pm, UMC Club 156, Monday April 16, 7-11
pm, UMC Club 156, Poetry Slam, Saturday, April 21, 8 pm. For more
information and to sign up for the poetry slam visit Poetryslam.org or
SUMMER EVENING CLASSES
Get the most out of your summer with classes from CU Continuing
Education's Summer Evening schedule. Go online now to see our tentative
Summer 2007 schedule. You'll find five week and seven week courses
meeting at night with some mixing online learning and classroom
instruction. Registration begins April 30.
Contact: Continuing Education Registration, 303-492-5148
CELEBRATION OF RECOVERY MEETING WEDNESDAY EVENING
The Center for Students in Recovery invites you to attend this Twelve
Step open meeting for students, faculty and staff in or thinking about
recovery from any addiction or codependency or who have friends or
loved ones with addiction. We provide support, recovery information and
celebrate recovery milestones. See you Wednesday, 7-8 pm in Willard
Contact: Jack Lavino, 303-735-4603
SONGWRITING WORKSHOP WITH RAINING JANE!
Have a song in your head? Lyrics with no tune? A tune without words?
Come let Raining Jane help turn those thoughts into music! Bring an
instrument, some lyrics or just an idea, and professional musicians
Raining Jane will walk you through the songwriting process. 12:30 pm,
Wednesday, April 4 in the Dennis Small Cultural Center, UMC 457.
Raining Jane will be opening for India.Arie this Thursday, April 5 at 8
pm in Macky Auditorium.
NEWS FROM THE LIBRARIES: ATTEND THIS WEEK'S DROP IN SEMINAR, "CAN THE
GOVERNMENT BE FUNNY?"
Did you know that Dr. Seuss worked for the War Department? Realize that
you can check out posters and maps printed by the government? This
session will discuss some of the interesting sources of information
from the government answering questions like can you go insane from
sticking gravel up your nose. Join us Wednesday, April 4, 4-5 pm in
Norlin E160, on the first floor near the reference desk.
CU LATE NIGHT AND THE MIRAMONTES FESTIVAL PRESENT SLAM POET KELLY ZEN
CU Late Night and the Miramontes festival present Slam Poet Kelly Zen
Yie Tsai. After touring with Russell Simmons HBO Def Poetry, performing
over the country
at various venues, as well as having many published works, the
critically acclaimed slam poet Kelly Tsai will be speaking out Friday
April 6th 8pm in UMC
235. Come listen to the spoken word performance filled with hip-hop,
empowerment, cultural pride, and a voice of change.
HONORS AFRICAN DANCE CLASS
This fall learn Ghanaian African dance and discuss the culture of Ghana
with Nii Armah Sowah. If you have a 3.0 GPA or higher you qualify for
the honors section of African dance. You must enroll in the movement
class and the corresponding honors seminar. DNCE 2501 section 882
African dance, call number 84287, 2 credits HONR 1001 section 882
Seminar, call number 83833, 1 credit.
Contact: Nancy McElroy
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/TheatreDance
Buff Bulletin is a service of the Boulder Campus E-Memo System. It
adheres to CU-Boulder Mailing Services policy and procedure, and is
monitored by the Chancellor's Electronic Communication Committee. See
http://www.colorado.edu/ememo/ for more information.
This archive was generated by hypermail 2.1.6 : Tue Apr 03 2007 - 07:18:38 MDT