Study Skills Workshop
4 to 5 p.m.
Lory Student Center, room 212
Ready for final exams? Think you could use some useful study tips? Join us for this workshop and get prepared! For more information contact Sarah at (970) 491-6154.
CSU Juggling Club
5 to 7 p.m.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
5 to 8 p.m.
"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 United States/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 email@example.com.
Appreciation Night at the CSU Bookstore
4 to 7 p.m.
CSU Bookstore, LSC
Join the CSU Bookstore for our annual Faculty, Staff and Friends Appreciation Night. 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 at (970) 491-1676.
Stop Thinking – Start Living
5 to 6 p.m.
Wellness Zone, LSC
Bothered by pesky thoughts – those negative, obsessive, anxiety-provoking thoughts that go round and round in your mind? Come to this workshop to learn a variety of ways to stop those thoughts and learn to relax, refocus and/or distract yourself. For more information contact Cindy at (970) 491-5789.
CSU Young Democrats
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."
Hillel Hanukkah Party
Celebrate Hanukkah early with Hillel! Homemade latkes and other food! Hanukkah skit! Dreidel making! Gift exchange (bring a gift of $5 or less to participate in the gift exchange game)! For more information contact Hillel at (970) 491-2080.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org
Get the Edge: Effective Study Skills
5 to 6 p.m.
Wellness Zone, LSC
It's never too late in the semester to evaluate how well your approach to studying is working. Learn how to improve your study skills and be more effective in the time you spend for class and test preparation. For more information contact Cindy at (970) 491-5789.
Creative Writing Program's reading series
Natural Resources Building, room 113
Nonfiction writer le thi diem they will give a reading of her work with reception and book signing to follow. For additional information about reading series events call the English department at (970) 491-6428.
Friday, December 2
Mystery Science Theater 3000
Senate Chambers, LSC
Mystery Science Theater presents a double feature of "Rocket Attack USA" and "Invasion USA," two films sure to stir up patriotism and nausea in all who watch. Admission is free.