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Date: Tue, 2 Oct 2007 03:42:54 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 09/28/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 09/28/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
28 September 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Pregnant? We Can Help! Free Confidential Pregnancy Tests
--- News from the Libraries: Join Us for This Week's Drop In Seminar,
"From September 11 to Operation Iraqi Freedom"
--- Meet the Candidates!
--- One of the Best Jobs on Campus, The CU Foundation Call Center
--- Theatre and Dance Presents, "Here I am Here I Stay"
--- Need Help Planning Your Student Group's Next Event?
--- Learn How to Make Salsa, Free!
--- Celebration of Recovery Meeting Mondays
--- CU Parents Association Grant Program
--- Don't Know What to do With Your Master's Degree?
--- Celebrate Genocide?
PREGNANT? WE CAN HELP! FREE CONFIDENTIAL PREGNANCY TESTS
Real Choices Pregnancy Care Center Student Office, UMC Room 441, offers
free and confidential pregnancy tests as well as support and practical
assistance for students facing an unexpected pregnancy. After abortion
support also available. Walk-ins are welcome or call 303-492-8778.
Contact: Diane Sillstrop
NEWS FROM THE LIBRARIES: JOIN US FOR THIS WEEK'S DROP IN SEMINAR, "FROM
SEPTEMBER 11 TO OPERATION IRAQI FREEDOM"
This drop in session will examine sources of information on current
military operations (US and UN) and terrorism. We will focus in on some
of the major sources of information, from groups such as the U.S.
government, United Nations, Stockholm International Peace Research
Institute and Strategic Studies Institute.
MEET THE CANDIDATES!
Come to the political event of the season! Elephant Journal presents
New Era Colorado's "Meet The Candidates," a fun and meaningful
candidate forum for the upcoming Boulder City Council election. There
are 22 candidates on the ballot vying for seven open seats, so come
meet the candidates and decide who will get your vote! Meet the
Candidates Wednesday, October 3, 7-9 pm, Trilogy Wine Bar and Lounge
2017 13th Street, Boulder, CO.
Contact: Carrie Jackson
ONE OF THE BEST JOBS ON CAMPUS, THE CU FOUNDATION CALL CENTER
The Call Center reaches out to over 150,000 alumni and parents each
year for our fundraising campaign. We are looking for confident
students who love their university. We offer our staff a wonderful work
environment, a great resume builder, flexible schedule, wage of up to
$9.75 per hour and up to $400 in tuition assistance. To apply, email
tricia.perkowski@RuffaloCODY.com or visit the Page Foundation Center at
1305 University Ave., 9 am-5 pm.
Contact: Pam Terch
THEATRE AND DANCE PRESENTS, "HERE I AM HERE I STAY"
Visual art and sculpture will come to life through theatre and dance in
this marriage of story, movement, language, music, songs, visual images
and verbal interactions. Inspired by the life and works of French
sculptress, Camille Claudel (1864-1943). October 4-6 and 10-13 at 8 pm,
October 14 at 2 pm, University Theatre Building, Mainstage. Call the
box office at 303-492-8181
Contact: Pam Stone
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/theatredance
NEED HELP PLANNING YOUR STUDENT GROUP'S NEXT EVENT?
CU GOLD and the DSCC are proud to sponsor a free informational session
on event planning. If you're feeling overwhelmed or just need a little
help, come to Event Planning 101. A panel of departmental
representatives will answer questions and guide you through the event
planning process. Free food and "Event Survival" kits will be on hand!
October 3, 3:30 pm, UMC 457.
Contact: CU GOLD, 303-735-0640 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/cugold
LEARN HOW TO MAKE SALSA, FREE!
Ever tried those awesome salsas at El Cannibal in the UMC's Alferd
Packer Grill? Well, here's your chance to make some yourself. The
Dennis Small Cultural Center and UMC Food Services will host a cooking
class featuring Sal's famous salsas on Tuesday, October 9 at 5:30 pm.
Contact: DSCC, email@example.com or 303-492-7109
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/dscc
CELEBRATION OF RECOVERY MEETING, MONDAYS
The Center for Students in Recovery invites you to attend its weekly
Twelve Step open meeting for students, faculty and staff as well as the
Boulder community on Mondays in Willard 231, 5:30-6:30 pm. We provide
support, recovery information and celebrate milestones for those in
recovery as well as family members or friends. Pizza will be served
while it lasts.
Contact: Jack Lavino, 303-735-4603
CU PARENTS ASSOCIATION GRANT PROGRAM
The CU Parents Association (CUPA) announces its 2008 Grants Program.
Each year, grants are awarded to Student Affairs programs and student
organizations that support one or more CUPA priorities/goals. The
Office of Parent Relations must receive all grant
applications/proposals by 5 pm, November 2. Please contact the Office
of Parent Relations at 303-492-1380 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
to request information and an application.
Contact: Joyce Kinde
DON'T KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH YOUR MASTER'S DEGREE?
Consider a Provost's Fellowship in the Libraries. Did you know that
librarians are often tenure track faculty? At CU librarians are heavily
involved in research and service, as well as librarianship. By
combining your graduate degree with a Master's in Library Science, you
can enter a career filled with innovation and challenge. In conjunction
with the Graduate Teacher Program, http://www.colorado.edu/gtp/,
University Libraries offer $2500 fellowships to explore academic
librarianship as a career in Spring 2008.
Thousands of protesters have turned out to oppose the Columbus Day
parade in Denver. One hundred years ago this year Columbus Day was
first celebrated in Denver. Come learn first hand the untold history of
Columbus from an American Indian perspective, Thursday, October 4 at 6
pm in CHEM 142, and save the date for the Denver Columbus day four
directions march, Saturday, October 6 at 7 am and the State Capitol at
Contact: Virginia Cutshall, email@example.com
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