Campus Calendar

Feb 222006


Life Skills Workshop: What are you going to do with that? Matching Interests with Careers

4 to 6 p.m.

Wellness Zone

Pre-registration is required. Contact Marsha in the Career Center at (970) 491-5707 or e-mail for more information.

"Immigration and Higher Education in a New Security context"

5 p.m.

Laurel Hall

Free mobility of people and ideas are sources of open intellectual exchange in higher education. Dr. James Ross will discuss the context, causes and consequences of these developments. This event is free and open to the public. For more information on this event or related programs please visit the International Education Web site at or contact Karen Gardenier at (970) 491-5917.

Students for Suicide Awareness and Prevention meeting

5:30 p.m.

Clark C360

Free food for those who attend! Come learn what we can do to prevent suicide in our community.


Mystery Science Theater 3000: Attack of the Clones

7 p.m.

LSC Senate Chambers

MSTies Anonymous presents a Double Feature of The Human Duplicators and Parts: The Clonus Horror. One's about an alien creating evil duplicates of Earth people, and the other about a clone supplied organ farm. Admission is free.

"Reflections of Black History Month 2006"


Sunken Lounge, first floor, LSC

Join us for an exciting recap of Black History Month 2006. Black Definition Student Organization President Will Wooten and Jennifer Williams Molock, executive director of Advocacy Programs and Services, will reflect on the speakers and programs for the month.

Movie of the Week: "The Color Purple"

2 p.m.

LSC, room 204

It's the touching story of a woman who overcomes an abusive relationship through her bond with her sister in Africa. Presented by Black Definition Student Organization.


Annual Gala Dinner Auction

5 to 9 p.m.

The Lincoln Center

This event benefits the Rocky Mountain Raptor Program's efforts to rescue, rehabilitate, and release injured eagles, hawks, owls and falcons, giving them "A Second Chance At Freedom," and teaching children and families the importance of caring for our environment. Fabulous food, enchanting entertainment and the radiance of raptors will create a captivating evening! Tickets are $25 each, reserved tables of 10 are $300. For information about ordering tickets or to donate auction items, please call (970) 297-0398 or go to

Basic Training for Volunteer Naturalists and Trail Hosts

8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The Bison Visitor Center, 1800 South C.R.31, Loveland

Sign up now to become a Volunteer Naturalist. You will be provided training in geology, history, plants, animals, and the workings of the Parks and Open Lands Department in a flexible time frame. You will then be able to share what you have learned by guiding hikes for the public, school groups, and senior groups, and by staffing a booth at festivals-such as the Corn Roast Festival and New West Fest. Contact Ann at (970) 679-4562 or for more details and to sign up.

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