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Date: Thu Mar 20 2008 - 04:05:20 MDT
Date: Thu, 20 Mar 2008 04:05:20 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/20/2008
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/20/2008
Student Buff Bulletin
20 March 2008, Thursday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- University Lutheran Chapel (LCMS) Easter Services
--- Fun Research Projects for Kids!
--- Lifeguard Training at the Student Rec Center
--- Swimming Lessons at the Student Rec Center
--- March Madness- on a 110 Inch Screen!
--- Lecture Series
--- Free French Film Screening
--- NOROOZ-- The Persian New Year
--- Red Cross On Campus - Burma Awareness Week and
General Meeting, Wednesday 4/2 at 7pm in HUMN 250
--- Holy Week Service - 4/20 - 4/23
UNIVERSITY LUTHERAN CHAPEL (LCMS) EASTER SERVICES
ULC will hold an Easter Vigil Service (information on the service can be
found at www.ulcboulder.org) at 7pm on Saturday, March 22. Easter Sunday
service is at 10:30am, followed by a luncheon at 11:45am. ULC is the
full-time campus ministry of The Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod, to
the campus at CU Boulder. ULC is located at 1202 Folsom, for more
information visit www.ulcboulder.org.
Contact: Pastor Burhop, email@example.com
FUN RESEARCH PROJECTS FOR KIDS!
The Cognitive Development Center in the Psychology Department is
conducting projects on memory and language development! We welcome all
children from birth to age 10. Some projects are particularly looking
for toddlers or elementary school aged children. A visit, scheduled at
your convenience, lasts about 30 minutes. Parking is free and
babysitting is available for siblings. Parents are compensated for
travel and kids receive a fun prize and a certificate!
Contact: Lauren Gindin, firstname.lastname@example.org (303) 492-6389,
Additional information: http://psych.colorado.edu/cdc/
LIFEGUARD TRAINING AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER
This is the last Lifeguard Training session to be held this spring.
There will be no other class until next fall. So don't wait. Get
registered now! Class runs Tuesday & Thursday nights (6-10pm) from April
1-24. Registration is going on now at the Student Recreation Center
cashier; however, class size is limited to the first 12 registrations.
Contact: Instruction Program Office (303)492-5258
SWIMMING LESSONS AT THE STUDENT REC CENTER
The Student Recreation Center has two final "Adult Learn-to-Swim"
classes scheduled for the spring semester. Intermediate Swim runs Monday
& Wednesday nights (6-7pm) starting March 31-April 23. Practical
(advanced) Swimming runs Tuesday & Thursday nights (6-7pm) starting
April 1-24. Don't wait! Registration is going on now at the Student
Contact: Instruction Program Office (303)492-5258
MARCH MADNESS- ON A 110 INCH SCREEN
Thursday, March 20 begins March Madness. Watch the players larger than
life on a 110 inch screen, while lounging on giant bean bag chairs with
free snacks! Stop by Hillel anytime from the start of the games until
5pm on Thursday! Hillel is located on the corner of 28th and Colorado
(2795 Colorado Ave)
Hazy Skies on the Early Earth: Lessons from Saturn's Moon Titan,
Tuesday, April 1, 7:30pm, LASP Auditorium 299. Dr. Melissa Trainer will
discuss how recent discoveries about the distant moon Titan and
laboratory experimentation can provide new insight into the environment
on the early Earth. LASP is located off of Colorado Ave. east of main
campus. 1234 Innovation Dr. For more information, contact Erin Wood
(303)735-0962 or email email@example.com.
Contact: Erin Wood
FREE FRENCH FILM SCREENING
The CU French Club is offering a free screening of the new film from
Julie Costa-Gavras, Blame it on Fidel (La faute - fidel). 9-year-old
Anna weathers big changes as her parents become radical political
activists in 1970's Paris. She must adjust to refugee nannies,
international cuisine and a cramped apartment full of noisy
revolutionaries. Thursday, 3/20, at 6:30pm, HUMN 125.
Refreshments will be served.
NOROOZ-- The Persian New Year
Please come celebrate the coming of spring and beginning of the Persian
New Year! Journey to Iran without ever leaving Boulder! Norooz Persian
New Year Celebration Friday, March 21, 4:30-11:30pm in UMC Glenn Miller
Ballroom. Contemporary And Traditional Persian Culture, Live Traditional
Band, DJ Kasra, Authentic Artifacts, Dance Performances, Rumi Poetry
Readings, Skits, And free ethnic food! Tickets are free but required!
Acquire the tickets by emailing us at
RED CROSS ON CAMPUS- BURMA AWARENESS WEEK AND GENERAL MEETING, WEDNESDAY
4/2 AT 7PM IN HUMN 250
Red Cross On Campus is offering a special event in the second week of
April. As part of our Global Awareness Strategy, we will host a "Burma
Awareness Week." There will be different events throughout. A highlight
is a "delSol" concert on Campus on Saturday 4/12, please visit
redcrosscampus.org for more information and how to get involved.
There will also be a General Meeting on April 2 at 7pm in Humanities
Additional information: redcrossoncampus.org
HOLY WEEK SERVICE- 4/20-4/23
Canterbury Colorado invites you to Holy Week Services at St. Aidan's
Episcopal Church 2425 Colorado Avenue (across from CU Engineering
Campus). (4/20) Maundy Thursday - Agape Meal and Holy Eucharist with
(4/21) Good Friday - Recital and Meditations, 7pm
(4/22) Holy Saturday - The Great Vigil of Easter with Baptisms, 8pm
(4/23) Easter Sunday - Holy Eucharist with Music and Choir, 8am & 10:15am
Contact: The Rev. Mary Kate Schroeder, 303-443-2503
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