Today, November 4
United Men of Color
5 to 8 p.m.
Lory Student Center, Longs Peak room
Tony Daniels, former Black Student Services assistant director, will facilitate a cross-cultural communication workshop. The workshop will allow participants to have the opportunity to role play scenarios from the perspectives of the university administration and cultural groups. Contact the United Men of Color at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions, concerns, comments or requests.
Mystery Science Theater 3000
LSC Senate Chambers
Mystery Science Theater 3000 presents "Mitchell." The eponymous "Mitchell" stars what we hope is the world's drunkest, sloppiest, oiliest, most offensive cop in a movie that exactly suits him. Admission is free.
Music building, room 203
Call 491-4042 for more details.
Harriet Patsy Boyer Scholarship Lecture
4 to 6 p.m.
LSC, University Club
The CSU Women's Interdisciplinary Studies Program invites you to the Fifth Annual Harriet Patsy Boyer Scholarship Lecture. The program will include a reception and lecture, followed by recognition of the 2005 scholarship recipients. All faculty, staff, students and community members are welcome to attend. For more information contact the Office of Women's Programs and Studies at 491-6384.
7 and 9:30 p.m.
Cinema CSU presents "Downfall." Tickets are $3.50 for students and $4.50 for non-students. Call 491-2727 for more details on the film series.
Cross Cultural Communication
5 to 8 p.m.
Longs Peak room, LSC
This is a workshop designed to illustrate the importance of making the connection between diversity and interpersonal relationships. Everyone is invited. For more information contact Aaron at (720) 849-0033.
Non-Traditional Student Brunch
9 to 11 a.m.
Avogadro's, 605 S. Mason St.
Join us and help us kick off National Non-Traditional Student Week. If you are 23 or older and have experienced either a significant break in your education or are pursuing a university degree for the first time, then you are considered a non-traditional student. Everyone is welcome! This is a pay-on-you-own event. For more information and to RSVP to Jan Rastall at email@example.com or 491-2248 by noon today.
Saturday, November 5
6 to 8 p.m.
The Indian Students Association at CSU is pleased to invite the university community to their annual event which features an evening filled with Indian culture, dance, music and much more. For more information contact Rajinder Ranu at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Opera Theatre presents Puccini and Bach
University Center for the Arts, 1400 Remington St.
Colorado State Opera Theatre presents "Suor Angelica" by Giacomo Puccini and "The Stoned Guest" by P.D.Q. Bach. Tickets cost $10 and $20. For special packages, group rates or donations call Alana Minor at 491-4042.
Sunday, November 6
United Women of Color
6 to 8 p.m.
LSC, room 230
"Concepts of Beauty." Enhancing our concepts of beauty. For more information contact Heather at email@example.com.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Pulse Health Club, 2555 S. Shields St.
Silent Auction to benefit CSU student Jonathan Goehring who has multiple sclerosis. Goehring has the opportunity to go to a clinic in India to try and cure his disease. This silent auction is to help him get to India and pay for his treatment. Contact Jacque Leinhart at 490-1300 ext. 116 for more information.
CSU Symphonic Band
Edna Rizley Griffin Concert Hall, 1400 Remington St.
Some selections the band will perform include: "Overture to 'Candide'" by Bernstein, "Yorkshire Ballad" by Barnes and "The Trombone King" by King. Tickets are $5 and $8 and can be purchased the afternoon of the show.
Faculty Recital Series
Music Building Concert Hall, room 203
Dr. Joel Bacon's program will feature German-Austrian music from the Renaissance to the present including works by J.S. Bach, Georg Muffat and Franz Schmidt. Tickets cost $4 and $7. Call 491-4TIX for more details.