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Date: Tue, 8 Mar 2011 03:34:51 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/07/2011
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/07/2011
Student Buff Bulletin
07 March 2011, Monday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- Free Screening of "Shared History," Wednesday, March 9, 6:30 pm in
--- Cheap Versus Bad - Learn How to be a Savvy Food Shopper at UMC NITE
--- Tuesday, March 8, 6 pm: Mardi Gras!
--- Ash Wednesday Services at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church
--- German Club's Karneval Celebration March 11! Free Food!
---10th Annual Asia Day
--- Study Abroad is Still Accepting Applications for Summer and Fall 2011!
--- Sustainability Leadership Series Presentation March 9
--- CEB and the DSCC Present "Unveiled Views: Muslim Women Artists Speak
--- Off-Campus Housing Fair March 9
--- This Week at International Film Series
--- The Mexico Experience Premier and Benefit
FREE SCREENING OF "SHARED HISTORY," WEDNESDAY, MARCH 9, 6:30 PM IN
While independently researching family histories, three contemporary
descendants of black and white families connected for more than 260 years to
the Woodlands Plantation in South Carolina meet and explore the myths and
realities of their connected past. Q&A with film maker Felicia Furman after.
Additional information: http://ucblibraries.colorado.edu/news/index.htm
CHEAP VERSUS BAD- LEARN HOW TO BE A SAVVY FOOD SHOPPER AT UMC NITE
Learn how you can spend less at the grocery and eat better! Know when
discounted food items are good deals, and when 'cheap' is actually a bad deal.
Learn to identify what's good and what's not! Executive Chef Dean Couchey
will also demonstrate how to break down a chicken so you can save lots of
money! UMC NITE BITE, free, Wednesday, March 9, 5:30 pm, in the Alferd Packer
Restaurant & Grill, first floor UMC.
Contact: UMC Executive Chef, Dean.Couchey@colorado.edu, 303-492-6578
Additional information: http://umc.colorado.edu/nitebite
TUESDAY, MARCH 8, 6 PM: MARDI GRAS!
Join us Tuesday, March 8 at 6 pm for some delicious Southern soul food:
Jambalaya, crawfish pie, gumbo, red beans and rice, cornbread and black-eyed
peas and more! We'll also have live Mardis Gras music! At St. Aidan's Episcopal
Church, 2425 Colorado Ave (across from CU Engineering). Email John Moore
(John.H.Moore@colorado.edu) for directions and more info.
Contact: John H Moore
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICES AT ST. AIDAN'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
March 9 Ash Wednesday Services at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church. 7 am, 12 pm
and 6 pm. 2425 Colorado Avenue (across from Engineering). 303-443-2503 or
email email@example.com All are welcome, please come.
Contact: John H Moore
GERMAN CUB'S KARNEVAL CELEBRATION MARCH 11! FREE FOOD!
Come and join the German Club in celebrating Karneval! March 11 from 2 pm
to 4 pm in the Humanities Lobby. Stop by any time! Need not speak German!
Come enjoy mask decorating, games, and traditional food and music.
Contact: Sara Borgardt
Additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org
10TH ANNUAL ASIA DAY
The Center for Asian Studies is hosting its 10th Annual Asia Day with
performers, speakers and demonstrations from around Asia on Saturday, March
12 from 10 am-1pm. Guests will have the opportunity to listen to a variety of
fascinating talks on issues from across Asia, enjoy performances, and much
more. Admission is free and open to the public. For more information about this
event, please visit our Asia Day webpage.
Contact: Center for Asian Studies
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/cas/asiaday.html
STUDY ABROAD IS STILL ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR SUMMER AND FALL
Don't miss out: for summer 2011, you can still study abroad on programs led by
CU-Boulder faculty to Barcelona, Ghana, Florence, Brazil, Israel, and Turkey.
For fall 2011, there are openings for programs in England, Africa and on
Semester at Sea. Application deadline: March 15. Learn how you can have this
once-in-a-lifetime experience. Study Abroad Programs is located on the third
floor of the Center for Community. Stop by!
Additional information: http://studyabroad.colorado.edu
SUSTAINABILITY LEADERSHIP SERIES PRESENTATION MARCH 9
The CU Environmental Center's Sustainable Practices Program is hosting a
spring series of brown bag lunch presentations on important sustainability
topics for the university, local businesses and the community at large, from 12-
1 pm each Wednesday through April 27, 2011. Please bring your lunch and
enjoy the discussion. This week's presentation is "Zero Waste and Recycling"
with Jack DeBell and Dan Baril from CU Environmental Center, at UMC 382-384.
Contact: Environmental Center, email@example.com or Career Services
CEB AND THE DSCC PRESENT "UNVEILED VIEWS: MUSLIM WOMEN ARTISTS SPEAK
Join the Cultural Events Board and the DSCC in collaboration with the 5th Annual
Miramontes Festival for a screening of "Unveiled Views," a documentary
about extraordinary women - their occupations, aspirations, and the rights
and status of women in Muslim countries. The film presents self-portraits of
hope, heroism and pride that challenge Western stereotypes about women in the
Islamic world. Wednesday, March 9: 6-8 pm, UMC 457 - free food!
Contact: Kathryn Lash
Additional information: http://culturaleventsboard.org
OFF-CAMPUS HOUSING FAIR MARCH 9
It's not too late to find housing for next semester! We're hosting a second fair on
Wednesday, March 9 from 10 am - 4 pm in the Glenn Miller Ballroom. There will
be free pizza at noon, and a raffle for a new flat screen TV.
For more information on listings, visit our website!
Contact: Off-Campus Student Services
Additional information: http://ocss.colorado.edu
THIS WEEK AT INTERNATIONAL FILM SERIES
Wednesday night, March 9, follow Phil Spector's murder trial in THE AGONY AND
THE ECSTASY OF PHIL SPECTOR, at 7 and 9 pm.
Thursday, March 10, enter the world of MARWENCOL, at 7 and 10 pm.
Friday night, March 11, flock to the beautifully filmed SWEETGRASS, at 7 pm
All screenings are held in Muenzinger Auditorium, west of Folsom Stadium. For
more information please visit us at http://www.internationalfilmseries.com
Contact: Pablo Kjolseth
Additional information: http://www.internationalfilmseries.com
THE MEXICO EXPERIENCE PREMIER AND BENEFIT
iEmpathize and CUSAMS presents an immersive media storytelling experience
celebrating the rescue and resilience of the child survivors of human trafficking.
Mexican Anti-Trafficking Task Force Leader, Congresswoman Rosi Orozco, is
our special guest. Musical talent Jonny Rodgers will be performing live! All
proceeds go to protection, intervention, restoration and prosecution efforts for
children in Mexico City. http://vimeo.com/19552528
Friday, March 11
Doors open at 7 pm
Tickets $20 at http://www.bouldertheater.com
Contact: Helen Van Dam
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