From: Student Buff Bulletin (memofrom@Colorado.EDU)
Date: Thu Nov 15 2007 - 06:09:54 MST
Date: Thu, 15 Nov 2007 06:09:54 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 11/16/2007
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 11/16/2007
Student Buff Bulletin
16 November 2007, Friday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Do You Have What It Takes To Become an RA/ASR?
--- $100 Alcohol Study
--- Peru Earthquake Relief Trip
--- Fall Break Parking and Transportation Reminders
--- Theatre and Dance presents "She Loves Me", The Musical
--- How To...
--- Shabbat Dinner at Rabbi Adam's House
--- Study Digital Photography in Mongolia This Summer!
Interest Meeting: Nov. 16
--- Thanksgiving Service
--- Fourth Annual Taste of Africa
DO YOU HAVE WHAT IT TAKES TO BECOME AN RA/ASR?
Would you like to be a part of CU-Boulder's Residence Life? Do you feel
you are a leader who is committed to creating the best possible living
environment for campus residents that is exciting, socially just, and
academically successful? Then you should apply to become a resident
advisor (RA) or academic support resident (ASR)! Please visit
http://housing.colorado.edu/jobs to find out position information
as well as our online application. Applications are due Dec. 1.
Contact: Morgan Henzie
Additional information: http://housing.colorado.edu/jobs
$100 ALCOHOL STUDY
The Department of Psychology is seeking volunteers between the age of 21
and 45 who drink regularly. The study involves answering questions over
the phone, a urine drug screen (marijuana o.k.), a medical exam and
blood tests, taking a medication (or placebo) for 5 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 303-735-6757.
PERU EARTHQUAKE RELIEF TRIP
Volunteers are needed to help rebuild the southern coast of Peru hit by
a 8.0 earthquake in Aug., which affected predominately poor populations.
This student led trip will be rebuilding and distributing food and aid
in Chincha, the agricultural town closest to the earthquake's epicenter.
Trip dates are Jan. 2-13. Email for information, prices and application.
Spaces are limited.
Contact CREATIO: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Contact: CREATIO: Patrick Pulis
FALL BREAK PARKING AND TRANSPORTATION REMINDERS
Plan for Fall Break! 1) Ride for free to the airport with your valid
Student Bus Pass. 2) The Buff Bus won't be running. 3) Over the break,
campus residents who have a Williams Village parking permit and plan to
remain on campus may use their permit to park in main campus lots 308 or
Contact: Parking & Transportation Services
Additional information: 303-492-7384
THEATRE AND DANCE PRESENTS "SHE LOVES ME" THE MUSICAL
Georg and Amalia, two feuding clerks in a 1930s European perfume shop,
secretly join the Lonely Hearts Club matchmaking service and wind up
anonymous pen pals who ultimately fall in love. University Theatre,
Mainstage Nov. 15-17, 28-30 & Dec. 1 at 8pm, Matinee Dec. 2 at 2pm
Box Office 303.492.8181
Contact: Pam Stone, email@example.com
Additional Information: www.colorado.edu/theatredance
. Change the World
6. Buy an Extra Can of Food to Donate.
Join the facebook group "How To..."
Contact: Allyson Falor
SHABBAT DINNER AT RABBI ADAM'S HOUSE
Join Rabbi Adam and his family as they invite you into their home this
Friday, Nov. 16 at 6pm for Shabbat dinner. RSVP required!
Contact: Adam Naftalin- Kelman
STUDY DIGITAL PHOTOGRAPHY IN MONGOLIA THIS SUMMER!
INTEREST MEETING: NOV. 16
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 & Science CORE requirement "Cultural and
Gender Diversity" through lectures and visits to historical and cultural
sites. The program is led by Professor Ken Iwamasa from the Department
of Art and Art History. Learn more at the interest meeting: Friday, Nov.
16, 11:30am, UMC 382.
Contact: Sarah Westmoreland (Sarah.Westmoreland@Colorado.EDU)
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu/
Canterbury Colorado invites you to An Interfaith Service of Gratitude.
Come celebrate with us as we "Give Thanks In Difficult Times" on
Wednesday, Nov. 21, at 7pm at Atonement Lutheran Church (intersection of
Baseline and Inca - East of Campus). For more information visit
www.canterburycolorado.org or call
Contact: Cheryl Webb
FOURTH ANNUAL TASTE OF AFRICA
The African Students' Association invite you to come join them in
celebrating the beautiful cultures of Africa through dance, drumming,
and singing performances and above all through rich continental African
dishes. The event features the GYE NYAME African Dance Troupe, a
high-energy and vibrant group from Washington, D.C. The event is free,
the food is free, and open to the general public!
Date: Nov. 16, at 6pm. Venue: Rec Center (Upper Level Gym)
Contact: Job Donkor
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