Campus Calendar

Nov 142005

Tuesday, November 15

Habitat for Humanity

7 p.m.

A205, Clark

General club meeting with guest speaker Candace Mayo, the Fort Collins Habitat for Humanity executive director. For members who have paid dues, your t-shirts are in and look great. Come and pick one up. For more information contact Kim at (970) 482-9878.

Energy Psych

4 to 5 p.m.

Wellness Zone, Lory Student Center

"Energy Psych" is part of the Life Skills Workshop series from the University Counseling Center. For more information contact Carole at (970) 491-5717.

Hobbits, Dragons and the Christian Experience

7 p.m.

North Ballroom, LSC

Neil Riley has led seminars on the work of JRR Tolkien around the country for more than 10 years. For information contact Elyse at (303) 902-6754.

International Connections

12:15 to 1 p.m.

LSC, room 208

Today's talk is "International Clean Cookstove Technology: Contributing to Improved Women's Health" by Bryan Willson. Talks are free and open to the public. For information contact Karen at (970) 491-5917.

Movie Night: "In the Light of Reverence"

7 to 10 p.m.

LSC Theatre

This documentary explores three places considered sacred by American Indians. The Lakota, Hopi and Wintu people who traditionally care for these areas struggle to coexist with non-Indians who have different ideas about land, culture and what is sacred. Free popcorn and soda. For information contact Shequeita at

America Recycles Day

11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

LSC Plaza

America Recycles Day is sponsored by Housing and Dining Services' "Green Team," and the event will feature crafts made out of recycled materials and drawings for a chance to win a Hybrid car or bike.

Wednesday, November 16

CSU Juggling Club

5 to 7 p.m.

Johnson Hall

Juggle with the juggling club. We invite anyone at any skill level. Join the fun!

Women at Noon

Noon to 1 p.m.

LSC, room 220-222

"Someone who looks like me: Artist talk and slide presentation." Ayn Toppin, a CSU painting graduate, discusses her artwork through a slide presentation. Toppin's creative art process navigates the complexities of identity formation while examining the connection this has to our emotional behavior.

CSU Swing Society

7:15 to 10:30 p.m.

Ammons Hall

Lessons begin at 7:15 p.m. with dancing from 8 to 10:30 p.m. Prices are $3 for students and $4 or non-students. For more information contact

Understanding Learning Disabilities

3 to 4 p.m.

Wellness Zone, LSC

"Understanding Learning Disabilities" is part of the Life Skills Workshop series from the University Counseling Center. For information contact Julie at (970) 491-7919.

Mind and Body Connection

5 to 6 p.m.

Wellness Zone, LSC

"Mind and Body Connection" is part of the Life Skills Workshop series from the University Counseling Center. For information contact Matt at (970) 491-2426.

Golden Key Meeting

7 p.m.

A102, Clark

Director of SLCE Barb Kistler will be our guest speaker. FREE SUBS!! All new members are welcome. For more information contact Elyse at (303) 902-6754.

Together our Difference Weave our Similarities

Noon to 1 p.m.

LSC, room 208

A panel of students from Black Student Services and Native American Student Services gives a historical overview about the similarities and differences between African Americans and Native Americans regarding civil rights cases and voting rights. Contact Shequeita at smbyrne@simla.colostate for more details.

"Fighting for What's Right"

7 p.m.

A202, Clark

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, the series seeks to generate a nationwide dialogue about America's responsibilities to those living in poverty in the United States and halfway around the world. For more information contact Tim Ruckh at (612) 670-7780.

American Fisheries Society

5 p.m.

Wagar Building, room 232

CSU's Student Chapter of the American Fisheries Society presents Matt Kondratieff, an aquatic biologist from Wyoming Game and Fish. Kondratieff will discuss the challenges facing Wyoming's fisheries and the possible solutions. Free pizza and pop while supplies last. For more information contact Mike at (314) 803-1802.

Thursday, November 17

Thorton-Massa Lecture Series

7:30 p.m.

LSC Theatre

Steven Tanksley will present "How the same genes make new species: wild stories from tomatoes."

Relaxation Skills for Living Well

4 to 5 p.m.

Wellness Zone, LSC

"Relaxation Skills for Living Well" is a part of the Life Skills Workshop series from the University Counseling Center. For more information contact Jen at (970) 491-5825.

Lecture by Jaune Quick-To-See Smith

7 p.m.

Yates Hall, room 104

Jaune Quick-To-See Smith is a nationally acclaimed Native American artist and activist. Smith's work addresses today's tribal politics, human rights and environmental issues. Contact Mary-Ann at (970) 491-4370 for more details.

World Percussion Ensemble

7:30 p.m.

Griffin Concert Hall, 1400 Remington St.

To purchase tickets by phone call (970) 491-4TIX. For special packages, group rates or donations, call Alana Minor at (970) 491-4042.

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