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Date: Thu Mar 12 2009 - 03:33:44 MDT
Date: Thu, 12 Mar 2009 03:33:44 -0600 (MDT) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/12/2009
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/12/2009
Student Buff Bulletin
12 March 2009, Thursday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Film Screening and FREE Student Dinner with Filmmaker John Cameron
--- Save $22 This Spring Break
--- Win a $50 Gift Card to the CU Bookstore
--- A Jewish Journey: A BRIS at 21?
--- Tennis Instructors Needed
--- First Aid & CPR/AED Class at the Rec Center
--- Using Wireless? Jack's Listening.
--- Take a Three-minute Survey for a Chance to Win a $400 Bike,
$100 Bookstore Giftcard, Ipods
--- If Someone Won't Leave You Alone
--- Women Kickin' Cancer!
--- Desperately Seeking Summer Classes?
--- Last Chance to Buy Tickets for Flobots Concert this Sunday!
FILM SCREENING AND FREE STUDENT DINNER WITH FILMMAKER JOHN CAMERON MITCHELL
Conference on World Affairs Athenaeum and IFS host John Cameron Mitchell,
writer, director and star of Broadway-hit-turned-cult-film "Hedwig and the
Angry Inch" (2001). Mitchell will answer questions after a screening in
Muenzinger Auditorium on Monday, March 16 at 7 p.m. Free and open to the
public. On Tuesday, March 17 at 7 p.m., Mitchell will speak again at a FREE
catered dinner, open to any CU student with an RSVP! Write to
Contact: Sarah Petrak
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/cwa
SAVE $22 THIS SPRING BREAK
Save a few bucks by riding the AB SkyRide this Spring Break, a fare-free
airport ride when you use your Student Bus Pass. If you're going on vacation
or flying somewhere aimlessly, catch the AB SkyRide as early as 3:18 a.m.!
The AB SkyRide departs from 14th & Walnut, then stops at 16th and Broadway,
the Table Mesa Park n' Ride and more. The AB skyRide travels westbound as
well, leaving DIA as late as 11:18 p.m.
Contact: Peter Roper 303-492-6486
Additional information: http://ecenter.colorado.edu/transportation
WIN A $50 GIFT CARD TO THE CU BOOKSTORE
UCSU has created a survey to better understand the student, faculty and
staff experience around safety on campus and around the community of
Boulder. The results of this survey will be used to identify opportunities
of improvement for our campus and community climate and safety. Please
follow the link below to take the survey. The survey will close on
Friday, March 20 at 5 p.m. Enter to win $50 gift cards.
Contact: Susan Barkman
Additional information: http://studentvoice.com/boulder/studentsafety09
A JEWISH JOURNEY: A BRIS AT 21!
Join us in viewing a brilliantly funny and introspective documentary. The
15-minute movie, created by Andrew Oppenheimer, a film studies CU graduate,
explores Jewish identity, conversion, growing up interfaith and a
relationship with the land of Israel. Andrew will answer questions and will
be joined by Ashleigh Miller, another CU student whose life was changed as a
result of watching the movie. Thursday, March 12, 7 p.m. at Har HaShem, 3950
TENNIS INSTRUCTORS NEEDED
The CU Student Recreation Center is looking for qualified tennis instructors
for their Spring and Summer tennis class program. Applicants must have
prior teaching and/or coaching experience and must be comfortable teaching
all levels (adult beginner to advanced). Classes begin April 6; however,
only qualified applicants will be considered. Submit resume to the
Instruction Program Coordinator at email@example.com .
Contact: Larry Schwarz, 303-492-1091
FIRST AID AND CPR/AED CLASS AT THE REC CENTER
The Student Recreation Center is offering one more First Aid and CPR/AED
class running Tuesday and Thursday, March 17 and 19, 6-10 p.m. This is an
American Red Cross sponsored class, and both nights are required to receive
full certification. Pre-registrtion is required (at the Rec Center
cashier); however, space is limited ... so register now!
Contact: Instruction Program Office, 303-492-5258
USING WIRELESS? JACK'S LISTENING.
If you're using a wireless network, the private information that you send or
receive on your computer is really not all that private. Your best defense
against eavesdroppers like Jack is to encrypt your wireless connections.
Learn more about wireless security and the campus's no-cost encryption
software at: http://www.colorado.edu/its/security/awareness/
Contact: IT Service Center
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/its/security/awareness/
TAKE A THREE-MINUTE SURVEY FOR A CHANCE TO WIN A $400 BIKE, $100 BOOKSTORE
GIFT CARD, IPODS
Give us three minutes for a short online survey and we'll enter you to win
one of these prizes: $400 gift card to University Bikes; $100 gift card to
the CU bookstore; 1 of two ipod Shuffles. To qualify you must be a CU
student currently living off campus, or a Freshman planning to next year, in
a rental house or apartment in the city of Boulder. To take the survey go
Contact: Robert Hall
Additional information: http://colorado.edu/ocss/index.html
IF SOMEONE WON'T LEAVE YOU ALONE
If someone is following you, showing up places, calling, texting or emailing
often, or perhaps seems to know a lot about you, it may be harassment or
stalking. It can occur in or out of relationships, between acquaintances or
complete strangers. If this or something similar is happening to you or a
friend, you may want a free, confidential place to discuss your situation.
Call Victim Assistance at 303-492-8855 or visit us online.
Contact: Mary Friedrichs
WOMEN KICKIN' CANCER!
Did you know that the university health plans cover the cost of your yearly
exam and pap smear at Wardenburg Health Center? You should get a pap smear
once a year if you are having or have had sex in the past 3 years, or if you
are 21 years old. The pap smear can detect changes in the cervix before they
become cancerous. Take time for yourself and your health, schedule today!
Contact: Wardenburg Health Center, 303-492-2030
DESPERATELY SEEKING SUMMER CLASSES?
Are you a graduating senior seeking upper division electives with no prereqs
this summer? CU Continuing Ed has seven such evening sections this summer
plus 12 other sections including SOCY, PSCI, and ARTH. Check out our summer
Contact: CU Continuing Education Registration 303-492-5148
LAST CHANCE TO BUY TICKETS FOR FLOBOTS CONCERT THIS SUNDAY!
Progressive hip-hop group, the Flobots, stop by the campus for an exclusive
concert for CU students. Don't miss what promises to be one of the best
shows of the year! The Flobots play with electro-dance act, The Chain Gang
of 1974 and Mike E in Glenn Miller Ballroom this Sunday, March 15 at 8 p.m.;
tickets on sale in the UMC connection. Only a limited supply of tickets
left, get yours before they're gone!
Contact: Adrien Mirhashemi
Additional information: http://programcouncil.com/
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