Campus Calendar

Oct 102005

Today, October 11

Cara McDonald talk on magazine writing and editing

4 p.m.

Lory Student Center, room 222

CSU alumnus Cara McDonald, who recently was named deputy editor of Denver's "5280" magazine, will discuss magazine writing and editing.

"Music, She Wrote": Faculty Recital Series

7:30 p.m.

University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St.

"Music, She Wrote" by Janet Morrow King, mezzo-soprano, and Cynthia Vaughn, soprano, features art songs by 20th century women composers Marion Bauer and Lori Laitman.

CSU Collegiate 4-H Club Meeting

6 p.m.

Aylesworth Hall, room 124

For more information contact Arielle Sawyer at 215-9510.

Wednesday, October 12

Women at Noon

"Examining Men's Role in Ending Violence Against Women"

Noon to 1 p.m.

LSC, rooms 220-222

As part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, Ryan Barone, coordinator of The Men's Project, and Jennifer Wolgemuth, assistant director of the Research and Development Center for the Advancement of Student Learning, will discuss CSU's Men's Project and examine ways men can overcome barriers of gender socialization and masculinity to help end violence against women.

Visiting Critic Rick Poynor: "Design Criticism: What does it look like? Does it Exist?"

6 p.m.

Griffin Concert Hall, 1400 Remington St.

Poynor is a columnist for Print magazine in New York and has covered design, media and culture for more than 40 publications around the world, prolific writers in the field of design, media and visual culture. This lecture is part of the Department of Art's Critic and Artist Residency Series, made possible by the FUNd at CSU. For more details, contact Linny Frickman at or call 491-1989.

CSU Swing Society

Swing dancing

7:15 to 10:30 p.m.

LSC, behind Sweet Sinsations

Lessons begin at 7:15 p.m. and dancing from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Dancing and lessons are free. Contact

CSU Office of Admissions' Student Ambassador Program

4 to 4:30 p.m. and 7 to 7:30 p.m.

Office of Admissions in Spruce Hall

Student ambassador information sessions: Become a student ambassador! If you would like to lead tours of campus, assist prospective students in their college search process and develop strong speaking skills, then come learn more about becoming an Office of Admissions student ambassador at one of our information sessions. For more information contact Jennifer Pacheco at or call her at 491-3653 or Salome Cardona at or call at 491-3598.

Strength Training Freshmen Transition Workshop: Getting to Know the Library

5 to 6 p.m.

Electronic Information Lab-1, Morgan Library

Come and get practical advice for students who have no time. Learn how to research for your papers and other services the library offers. For more information call the Vice President for Student Affairs office at 491-5312.

Thursday, October 13

Economics' Club Economic Graduate School Panel

5 p.m.

Clark C213

Come hear from a panel of CSU professors and graduate students about how to prepare and apply for graduate study in economics. For more information contact Ross Knippenberg at 219-5427 or

CSU Men's and Women's Chorus

7:30 p.m.

University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St.

The CSU's Men's and Women's Chorus includes works by Faur///, Verdi and Randall Thompson. Tickets cost $5 and $8 and are available at the UCA or the Lory Student Center box offices. Call 491-4TIX for more details.

Creative Writing Program Reading Series

7:30 p.m.

The Hatton Gallery in the Visual Arts Building

Fiction writers Jeffrey DeShell and Elisabeth Sheffield will read selections from their current projects and past novels. Book-signings and a reception will follow. For additional information about reading series events, call the English Department at 491-6428 or e-mail

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