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Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 06:09:57 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 10/30/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 10/30/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
30 October 2007, Tuesday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- All Souls' Day, Commemoration of All Faithful Departed
--- Tuesday Nights at Your UMC, Join the fun and Learn to Read Faces!
--- Come Meet a Leopard
--- Book Your Holiday Festivities and Graduation Celebrations with UMC
Events Planning and Catering!
--- SAPP Free Dinner and Speaker Events
--- Do You Have Shoulder or Neck Pain?
--- Jesus Under Fire, 12 Reasons Why We Can Trust the Gospels
--- Celebrate International Education Week!
--- Alcohol Study, $100 for Completion
--- Trick or Vote with New Era Colorado
--- Interested in Animal Issues? Peaceable Kingdom Film Screening
--- Frequent Flyers Presents, "Theatre of the Vampires"
ALL SOULS' DAY, COMMEMORATION OF ALL FAITHFUL DEPARTED
Come join Canterbury Colorado for a service in remembrance of loved
ones and others who have died recently. Featuring prayer, song,
candlelight, silence and a reading of names. Friday, November 2, at
6:30 pm at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church, 2425 Colorado Avenue, across
from the engineering center. More information at 303-443-2503 or visit
Contact: The Reverend Dustin Berg, Chaplain
TUESDAY NIGHTS AT YOUR UMC, JOIN THE FUN AND LEARN TO READ FACES!
C'mon, put on your poker face -n- play! Take a break Tuesday nights at
your UMC Connection's Free Texas Hold'em Poker Tournaments, October 30,
November 6 and 13, with the grand championship on November 27. This is
fun for everyone. Free lessons available. Giveaways, drawings and
prizes! Register 5:30 pm. The Connection, first floor UMC. Bring your
friends, there's bowling, pool, arcade and five TVs for watching your
Contact: Dana Kusjanovic
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/theconnection
COME MEET A LEOPARD
Mac OS X Leopard and Leopard Server are here. Come learn more about
these new operating systems with Apple's higher education
representatives on November 7, 12-2 pm in UMC room 235. Hear how Mac OS
X Leopard can help better organize, browse and preview files, go back
in time to restore old files and more. You'll also learn how Leopard
Server can bring the power of a server to your organization.
Contact: Tim Cowan, IT Training
BOOK YOUR HOLIDAY FESTIVITIES AND GRADUATION CELEBRATIONS WITH UMC
EVENTS PLANNING AND CATERING!
UMC Events Planning and Catering is your full service event planning
resource for upcoming holiday gatherings and graduation get togethers.
From simple to simply spectacular, we'll help you make your next event
an outstanding one to remember. Now is the time to book your upcoming
events, winter graduation celebrations, holiday parties, department
meetings and goodbye parties for graduating staff. It's easy, simply
call the number below to start planning your special event today!
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/catering
SAPP FREE DINNER AND SPEAKER EVENTS
Pre-Health? Free dinner and speaker events! Monday, October 29, 6 pm,
RAMY C250. Kirk Harris, from MCDB, the diagnostics of disorders and his
work with cystic fibrosis. Barry Karlin, the impact of a USAID,
Government of Thailand village health project which has become a
National health care system. Monday, November 5, 6 pm, University Club
room 4, Roberta Johnson from NCAR, the effects of climate change on
health. Questions? email@example.com
Contact: Holly Arnold
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/prehealth
DO YOU HAVE SHOULDER OR NECK PAIN?
Wardenburg's Sports Medicine Department is participating in two
separate studies examining the effects of manual therapy, the therapist
moves your joints, and/or exercise on neck pain or shoulder pain. You
may be eligible to participate in these studies if you have eight weeks
or less of shoulder or neck pain. Treatment is free but space is
limited. If interested in either study, please contact Paul Mintken.
Contact: Paul Mintken, firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-881-1569
JESUS UNDER FIRE, 12 REASONS WHY WE CAN TRUST THE GOSPELS
The Aquinas Institute for Catholic Thought is hosting an academic
lecture by Craig Blomberg, an Evangelical Biblical Scholar from Denver
Seminary, regarding the historicity of the Gospels! This lecture will
be held on November 5 at 7 pm in the Math building, room 100. All are
welcome as there will be time for question and answer session
afterward. Don't miss this opportunity to hear the real story behind
the Gospel of Judas and The Davinci Code.
Contact: Matt Boettger
CELEBRATE INTERNATIONAL EDUCATION WEEK!
Please join the Office of International Education as we celebrate
International Education Week, November 12-16. You are cordially invited
to our International Education Week Reception on November 12, 5-7 pm in
the British Studies room, Norlin Library, fifth floor, room M549. This
year's OIE Global Citizens and winners of the International Education
Photo Contest will be awarded. Refreshments and international
appetizers will be provided! Please view additional International
Education Week events at the link below.
Contact: Sarah Westmoreland
ALCOHOL STUDY, $100 FOR COMPLETION
The Department of Psychology is seeking volunteers between the age of
21-45 who drink regularly. The study involves answering questions over
the phone, a urine drug screen, marijuana okay, a medical exam and
blood tests, taking a medication, or placebo, for five days, and one
3-4 hour experimental session involving alcohol. You will be
compensated a total of $100 for your time. Please contact Paula at
TRICK OR VOTE WITH NEW ERA COLORADO
Haven't trick or treated in a few years? Fight the fright of voter
apathy on October 31. We're getting out the vote the best way "knocking
on doors" right before the election and on the only day that voters
actually expect a stranger to come lurking. October 31, 3-6:30 pm, meet
between 3-4 pm at The Pit, 1301 Broadway, Boulder. Wear your creepy,
politically sexy costume.
Contact: email@example.com or 303-492-5024
INTERESTED IN ANIMAL ISSUES? PEACEABLE KINGDOM FILM SCREENING NOVEMBER 1
Join Partnership for Animal Welfare Thursday, November 1 in BENSON 180
for a screening of Peaceable Kingdom, a documentary outlining the work
of a farm animal sanctuary and the many experiences of defending and
rescuing animals raised for food. A bake sale at 6 pm will benefit
Peaceful Prairie Sanctuary, followed by the film at 6:45 pm. A question
and answer session will immediately follow. Please contact Partnership
for Animal Welfare (PAW) at CU with any questions.
Contact: Lindsay Scott
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentgroups/PAW/
FREQUENT FLYERS PRESENTS, "THEATRE OF THE VAMPIRES"
It's campy. It's spectacular. It's Anne Rice meets Rocky Horror Picture
Show, meets Cirque du Soleil. Would you like to have a very unusual
date? Come join the rest of the mortals and immortals gathered together
at Macky on October 31 and November 1. Assemble 10 or more friends to
purchase a block of tickets for great discounts! Come in costume, it's
a scream. CU student discounts at UMC Connection. "Theatre of the
Vampires," tickets at 303-444-SEAT
Contact: Bud Coleman
Additional information: http://www.thedairy.org
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