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Date: Thu Mar 10 2011 - 03:35:04 MST
Date: Thu, 10 Mar 2011 03:35:04 -0700 (MST) From: Student Buff Bulletin <memofrom@Colorado.EDU> Subject: Student Buff Bulletin 03/10/2011
SUBJECT: Student Buff Bulletin 03/10/2011
Student Buff Bulletin
10 March 2011, Thursday
A Boulder Campus digest of current events
In this issue:
--- CU-Related Problems? Come to the Ombuds Office
--- You Can Be a Kitchen Magician!
--- Fiske Planetarium
--- Sexpressions: Call for Performers!
--- Learn the Truth about Crisis Pregnancy Centers and their Impact for Women!
--- A Night of Sexy Science at the CU Museum of Natural History!
--- Town Hall Meeting-Buff Up The Rec
--- Join New Student Group: Advocates for Choice
--- Summer Peru and Machu Picchu Trip - Create a Park for the Poor
--- TRON Legacy: Free Screening in CHEM 140
--- Snake Rattle Rattle Snake for FREE in Club 156
--- Comedy Show Fundraiser
--- "Talking About the Tough Stuff" Grad Student Brown Bag
CU-RELATED PROBLEMS? COME TO THE OMBUDS OFFICE
Got a grade dispute? Can't get along with your roommate? Having problems
figuring out rules and regulations? Come to the Ombuds Office for assistance
with your CU-related problems. We're here to help and can sometimes see
you the day you call. Strictly confidential, informal, independent and impartial.
We will help you discover options to deal with your concern or issue. We are
located in the Center for Community, N440. Call 303-492-5077 for an appointment.
Contact: Tom Sebok or Donna Louden
Additional information: http://ombuds.colorado.edu
YOU CAN BE A KITCHEN MAGICIAN!
Sometimes hectic college schedules barely leave time for eating, let alone meal
planning and cooking. But the benefits of cooking for yourself include
healthier, fresher meals and lower cost. In March's free issue of CU
Student Health 101 online magazine, one student relates how she went from
kitchen klutz to kitchen magician with tips, ideas, and recipes for seven
days of healthy meals! Sign up to receive it "for free" in your email
Contact: CU Student Health 101
Additional information: http://readsh101.com/cu.html
Tuesday 3/15, enjoy a Spanish star talk "Misterios del Universo Con Tito
Salas" 7:30 pm. Thursday 3/17 is "CO Skies: Messenger Update" 7:30 pm, FREE for
Students with ID. Friday 3/18, 7:30 pm "Mars Revealed." Friday, Sommers-Bausch
Observatory hosts free public viewing 8:00 pm, weather permitting. 3/18
Laser Beastie Boys, 9:30 pm and Depeche Mode, 10:45 pm - $7.00 all ages.
3/19, 2 pm Adventures Beyond the Solar System, 3:15 pm Laser Odyssey.
Contact: Jacque Sykes
Additional information: http://fiske.colorado.edu
SEXPRESSIONS: CALL FOR PERFORMERS!
Sexpressions is a talent showcase celebrating the positive expression of female
sexuality. We are looking for all forms of expression from women-identified
performers: dance, art, spoken word, song, instrumental - Be creative! If you
are interested, please contact Emily Shipley at email@example.com with a
brief description of what you would like to perform/contribute and your contact
information. ** Deadline to sign up is April 8, 5 pm!
Contact: Emily Shipley (firstname.lastname@example.org)
LEARN THE TRUTH ABOUT CRISIS PREGNANCY CENTERS AND THEIR IMPACT FOR WOMEN!
The Women's Resource Center, Advocates for Choice, Planned Parenthood, and
NARAL will be screening the film, "12th and Delaware" on Tuesday, March
15, 6 pm in the Abrams Room (C4C). This film is about crisis pregnancy
centers and their impact, as well as current legislation surrounding
reproductive rights and issues. Get informed about the current issues
surrounding reproductive health and join the dialogue about how to
approach these issues. Dinner will be provided.
Contact: Emma Carpenter (email@example.com)
A NIGHT OF SEXY SCIENCE AT THE CU MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY!
The University of Colorado Museum is inviting you to a night of FREE! food,
music, trivia and a raffle with prizes, making science sexy and educating
On the subject of sexuality both in the non-human animal kingdom and among human
cultures. Enjoy FREE food items on the theme of aphrodisiacs, a local
bluegrass band, make recycled mittens or a hagfish bouquet! Specials at a
local bar will also be given. Saturday, March 12, 7-10 pm!
Contact: Museum Club
Additional information: http://cumuseum.colorado.edu/
TOWN HALL MEETING-BUFF UP THE REC
There will be a town hall meeting open to all students to discuss the Buff Up
The Rec referendum. Candidates running for CUSG office will also be present to
introduce themselves. Please come to the Recreation Center conference rooms
1-4 on Monday, March 14, 6:30 pm to attend the presentation and get your
questions answered. Snacks will be provided.
Contact: Pauline Olivas
Additional information: http://www.buffuptherec.com
JOIN NEW STUDENT GROUP: ADVOCATES FOR CHOICE
Join Advocates for Choice! Advocates for Choice is seeking new members!
Wanted: students passionate about reproductive justice. The A4C mission is
to energize and mobilize a new generation of pro-choice peoples, including
CU-Boulder students. A4C aims to educate and inspire young adults to
advocate for reproductive justice. Please join A4C for their first
meeting: Thursday, March 10, 5:30 pm in UMC 417.
Contact: Devin Bozzelli
SUMMER PERU AND MACHU PICCHU TRIP - CREATE A PARK FOR THE POOR
Help the poorest of the poor develop a park in a shantytown in Lima,
Peru. Trip will be May 28-June 12, 2011. Work implies physical labor and
community interaction and participation. Includes a visit to Cusco and
Machu Picchu, cultural activities and surfing/beach visit. Openness to
local culture, spirituality, and new challenges expected. No Spanish
required. Info meeting: Wednesday, March 16, 1 pm in UMC 425
TRON LEGACY: FREE SCREENING IN CHEM 140
Program Council is proud to present a free screening of TRON Legacy at 9
p.m. on Friday, March 11 in CHEM 140 as a part of its ongoing Friday Night
Film Series. Starring Jeff Bridges, Garret Hedlund and Olivia Wilde, the
movie is about the son of a virtual world designer who goes looking for
his father, but ends up inside the digital world his father designed.
Admittance is first come first served.
Contact: Chris Kennedy
Additional information: http://www.programcouncil.com
SNAKE RATTLE RATTLE SNAKE FOR FREE IN CLUB 156
Snake Rattle Rattle Snake will be playing a free show in Club 15 6 on Thursday,
March 10, 8 p.m. as a part of the annual Miramontes Festival. Snake Rattle
Rattle Snake is a group of veterans from the underground Denver music
scene with a post-punk, indie-rock style tied fronted by Hayley Hemerick's
insistent and dark vocals. Their music is driven by the interlocking
rhythms created by dual percussionists and grounding in dance rhythms.
Contact: Chris Kennedy
Additional information: http://www.programcouncil.com
COMEDY SHOW FUNDRAISER
Need a mental break from the stress of midterms? Alpha Phi Omega presents the
Comedy Crew this Sunday, March 13 in the Old Main Theater at 6:30 pm. We have
four great acts from ComedyWorks lined up: Headliner Deacon Gray joined by
Chris Charpentier, Matt Baca, and Vinnie Montez. Tickets are $10 pre-sale
and $15 at the door. We will be selling tickets in the UMC today! Email
firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets or with questions.
Contact: Ariel Aguilar
"TALKING ABOUT THE TOUGH STUFF" GRAD STUDENT BROWN BAG
March 14, 12-1 pm, C4C Room S484. Topic: Problematic Cross-Gender
Communication in Academic Settings. For graduate students from
underrepresented groups (students of color, non-traditionals,
internationals, LGBTQ) who wish to explore concerns and generate
strategies for managing difficult interactions across gender lines. Hosted
by the Center for Multicultural Affairs and the Office of Victim
Assistance. Facilitators: Jane Elvins and Ruchi Malhotra.
Contact: Jane Elvins
Additional information: http://www.colorado.edu/studentaffairs/cma
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