Campus Calendar

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Monday, November 14

U.S. Supreme Court and Indian Law

Noon to 1 p.m.

Lory Student Center, room 208

The presentation focuses on the pending U.S. Supreme Court cases affecting Indian law. A review of last year's decisions will be covered. Contact Shequeita at for more details.

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, LSC

"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

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 Service, Leadership and Civic Engagement 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.

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