Today, October 27
CSU Baha'i Campus Association
Clark building, room C251
Dr. Jack Coleman will talk about science and religion and how they can agree. Everyone is welcome. For more information contact Lindsay at 495-4096.
Creative Writing Program Reading Series
Hatton Gallery, Visual Arts Building
Pulitzer prize-winning poet Jorie Graham will give a reading of her work with a reception and book signing to follow.
Friday, October 28
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Lory Student Center Senate Chambers
Mystery Science Theater 3000 presents a double feature: "Manos: The Hands of Fate" and "The Incredibly Strange Creatures who Stopped Living and Became Mixed-Up Zombies." Prize for best costume! Admission is free.
Clark building, room A206
Professor Peter Gray of Rutgers University presents "Why so Much Perfection?" Bring a bag lunch and listen to Professor Gray's talk on international trade and finance. Contact Ross at 219-5427 for more information.
Saturday, October 29
The Intimate Male – A Workshop Exclusively for Women
1 to 5 p.m.
A Place For Peace, 1605 W. Mulberry
The workshop will lead participants to an improved understanding and development of compassion for the current difficulty most men face in cultivating intimate emotions due to our society's limiting customs and traditions. Registration for this two-part workshop is $50 for students. For more information contact Todd Oja at (720) 319-6608.