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Date: Tue, 6 Nov 2007 04:10:29 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 11/05/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 11/05/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
05 November 2007, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Kent Greenawalt to Speak on Equality and the Religion Clauses of
the First Amendment
--- Study Digital Photography in Mongolia This Summer! Interest
Meeting, November 16
--- Calling All Harry Potter Fans!
--- The 8th Annual Winter Warmth Drive Is Underway! November 5-28
--- Last Round of Midterms Leaving You Stressed?
--- Great American SmokeOUT
--- Free Catered Lunch
--- Free Scarf! Well, Once You've Made It
--- Collegiate Apparel and Collegiate Licensing in the Era of
KENT GREENWALT TO SPEAK ON EQUALITY AND THE RELIGION CLAUSES OF THE
Equality and the Religion Clauses, Reverend Kent Greenawalt of Columbia
University, Thursday, November 8, 5.30 pm, Wittemyer Courtroom, Wolf
Law building. Greenawalt's talk will be based on his recent book
"Religion and the Constitution: volume I, Free Exercise of Religion"
and his other scholarly works. Lecture sponsored by the Keller Center
for the First Amendment and the Byron R. White Center for the Study of
American Constitutional Law.
Contact: David Mapel
STUDY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN MONGOLIA THIS SUMMER! INTEREST MEETING,
Spend three weeks this summer studying contemporary issues in Mongolia
through the medium of digital photography. Earn three credits in studio
arts and credit for the Arts and Science core requirement "Cultural and
Gender Diversity" through lectures and visits to historical and
cultural sites. The program is led by Ken Iwamasa from the Department
of Art and Art History. Learn more at the interest meeting Friday,
November 16, 11:30 am, UMC 382.
Contact: Sarah Westmoreland, email@example.com
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/
CALLING ALL HARRY POTTER FANS!
Join the Honor Code for a pre-DVD release showing of the fifth Harry
Potter movie, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix! Tuesday,
November 6 in CHEM 140 at 7 pm. It's free and there will be prizes!
Don't miss out on Harry Potter!
Contact: Janelle Crandall
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/honorcode
THE 8TH ANNUAL WINTER WARMTH DRIVE IS UNDERWAY! NOVEMBER 5-28
Clean out your closets! Winter coats, outerwear and blankets are being
collected across the campus through November 28 for the annual Winter
Warmth Drive. Items are distributed through more than 20 Boulder County
organizations. Bring your donations to Dean's offices, the Chancellor's
office, SORCE, Wolf Law building, CU Police/Parking, ARC building,
Recreation Center or the Family Housing office. Help keep your
community warm this winter. For information call Community Relations at
Contact: Judy Strathearn
LAST ROUND OF MIDTERMS LEAVING YOU STRESSED?
If you are feeling stressed you're not alone. This is a common time in
the semester to feel overwhelmed. Don't forget that we can help you
relax and manage your time. Come to the Wellness Center every Wednesday
for free chair massage, tea, stress management tips and aromatherapy!
No appointment is necessary, just come to the Senior Dedication Lounge,
UMC room 227, 11:30 am-2 pm every Wednesday.
Contact: Evelyn Ogg, 303-492-2937
GREAT AMERICAN SMOKEOUT
Did you know that the Great American SmokeOUT is Thursday, November 15?
This is an awareness day that encourages smokers and other tobacco
users to quit for a day, quit for life. Stop by a resource table in the
UMC Thursday, November 15, 12:30-3 pm for information on quitting and
how to help a friend quit. Trade in your tobacco products for free
food! Brought to you by the Community Health.
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org, 303-735-6433
FREE CATERED LUNCH
The 2007 Fall Lecture Series, Tuesday, November 6, 12 pm, UMC room 353.
Ann Carlos, Economics, "London Jewry and The Stockmarket during the
South Sea Bubble," Thursday, November 15, 12 pm, UMC room 353. Martha
Hanna, History, "Over my dead body: Mortality, Religious Sensibility
and Agnosticism in France during the First World War." Lectures are
free, open to the public and include a free catered lunch.
Contact: Fred Peterbark
FREE SCARF! WELL, ONCE YOU'VE MADE IT
It's getting pretty chilly outside so why not keep yourself warm with a
scarf that you've made? On November 8, 4 pm, during our weekly "Culture
Sip," Dennis Small Cultural Center and Office of Community Relations
will host a free knitting workshop. No yarn or needles? No problem! We
will provide needles, yarn and fabulous instructors. RSVP
email@example.com or call the number below. Keep an eye out for
opportunities to participate in upcoming community knitting projects.
Contact: UMC Student Programs Office, firstname.lastname@example.org or
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/umc/studentprograms
COLLEGIATE APPAREL AND COLLEGIATE LICENSING IN THE ERA OF GLOBALIZATION
Come hear a panel of representatives from Nike, Knights Apparel and
Gear for Sports discuss the production of collegiate apparel and
corporate social responsibility in a global economy. 5-7 pm, Thursday,
November 8, room 180, Benson Earth Sciences building. Event sponsored
by the Licensing Advisory Committee, the Office of the Vice Chancellor
for Administration and The Collegiate Licensing Company.
Contact: William Wei, 303-492-7655
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