Campus Calendar

Nov 282005


Sensuality and Sexuality in the Bible

7 p.m.

Cherokee Park room, Lory Student Center

"Sensuality and Sexuality in the Bible: has there been a cover-up in modern times?" After the presentation Israeli author Eva Etzioni-Halevy will have a book signing and there will be a dessert reception. For more information contact Hillel at (970) 941-2080

World AIDS Day film

6 to 8 p.m.

A207 Clark Building

"A Closer Walk" is a documentary that examines the AIDS epidemic in India, Europe, Africa and the United States. The film is being shown in conjunction with World AIDS Day. A discussion will follow the film. For more information contact Josh at

Advocacy Book Club

4 p.m.

C-213 Clark Building

The Advocacy Offices invite you to participate in the second annual Book Club. Each month, a new book will be featured to highlight one of the seven areas of diversity represented by the offices. The featured November pick is "Two Old Women: An Alaskan Legend of Betrayal, Courage and Survival." For more information contact Rosemary Kreston at (970) 491-6385.

Chinese Film Night presents "Together"

7 p.m.

212 Eddy Hall

Chen Kaige composes a richly imagined and "tender symphony" about love, ambition and destiny in China's high-pressure world of classical music. The movie is filled with warmth, humanity and a sense of humor. The movie is 119 minutes long and is featured in Chinese with English subtitles. For more information contact Chuchang J Chiu at (970) 491-6679.

Avalanche Awareness in the Backcountry

7:30 to 9 p.m.

Student Recreation Center lounge

Join local avalanche expert Rodney Ley for a slide presentation and gear demo focusing on the "hows and whys" of avalanche safety as it applies to the local backcountry ski areas. Free to all. For more information contact Rodney Ley at (970) 491-0964.

Wednesday, November 30

Study Skills Workshop

4 to 5 p.m.

LSC room 212

Ready for those final exams? Think you could use some useful study skills tips? Join us for this workshop and get prepared! For more information contact Sarah Jakel at (970) 491-6154.

CSU Juggling Club

5 to 7 p.m.

Johnson Hall

Come juggle with the juggling club. We invite anyone at any skill level. Come join the fun!

Women at Noon

Noon to 1 p.m.

LSC, rooms 220-222

Eva Etzioni-Halevy will talk about her new novel, "The Song of Hannah," a debut novel featuring one of the most beloved heroines of the Old Testament and her rival Pninah. By giving voice to these two women of the Bible, this book leads us back to the manner in which Judaism shaped up some three thousand years ago.

CSU Swing Society

7:15 to 10:30 p.m.

LSC, behind Sweet Sinsations

Join the CSU Swing Society for FREE swing dancing lessons at 7:15 p.m. followed by dancing from 8 to 10:30 p.m. For more information contact

Senorita Extraviada

5 to 8 p.m.

A104 Clark

"Senorita Extraviada" will be shown followed by a discussion about Maquiladoras and their effects on the people of Mexico. The goal of the night is to educate people about what is really going on at the U.S./Mexico border. For more information contact Amber at (970) 556-3238.

Exhibit of contemporary Native American artists

4 to 6 p.m.

Duhesa Lounge Gallery, LSC

This exhibition opening reception is the final scheduled event in this year's Native American Awareness Month. The exhibit highlights work by five contemporary Native American artists. The opening reception will feature an opportunity to speak with some of the featured artists about their work. For questions contact Matt Helmer at

Appreciation Night at the CSU Bookstore

4 to 7 p.m.

CSU Bookstore, LSC

Come join the CSU Bookstore for our annual Faculty, Staff and Friends Appreciation Night. This once a year event promises to be better than ever. Events and activities include: snacks, ice cream and food from LSC Catering and Sweet Sinsations, the First National Bank money machine, free gift wrapping and much more. For more information contact Kristine Folsom at (970) 491-1676.

CSU Young Democrats

5:30 p.m.

LSC rooms 203-205

Come watch the award-winning film "Hotel Rwanda" for FREE! This is the final event in the Young Democrats' semester-long "World Series." For more information contact Ellen at (303) 931-4259.

Thursday, December 1

World AIDS Day Candlelight Vigil

6 to 8 p.m.

Student Art Lounge, LSC

Join us as we give a voice to one of the world's greatest epidemics, AIDS. This year's theme is "Stop AIDS. Keep the Promise." Help us remember those that have died from AIDS and those that have AIDS but can't speak up about their disease. Free cookies and hot cocoa will be provided after the candlelight vigil. For more information contact Josh Gold at

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