"The Black Death Wasn't a Plague"
Speaker John Cohn, professor in the department of immunology at the CU Medical School-Denver, will speculate what the Black Death might have really been. De Mussis described how the Tartars threw plague-infected corpses over the walls of Kaffa, starting the pandemic (and inventing bioweapons). But Boccaccio was a fiction writer, De Mussis wasn't there and the Tarter trebuchets weren't up to the job. The epidemiology as computed from parish records does not fit a rat-flea human transmission pattern.
Training Tip Tuesdays
6 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
Student Recreation Center Weight Room
All day during the first Tuesday of every month in the semester (February through May), there will be a certified personal trainer in the weight room ready to answer any questions and concerns you might have regarding your exercise program…for free! If you have a question, stop by the weight room and let our trainers help! For more information contact Tamar Cline at (970) 491-3319.
CSU Habitat for Humanity Club Meeting
Officer elections for next year will be held at this meeting. Anyone interested should come to run and/or vote. Contact Kim at (970) 492-9878 for more information.
Swing Dancing at CSU
Lessons: 7:15 to 8:15 p.m.
Dance: 8:15 to 10:30 p.m.
Lory Student Center by Sweet Sinsations
There is no cost. Go to http://lamar.colostate.edu/~swing for more information.
Israeli Election Reflections 2006
Room 224 LSC
Want to learn more about the Israeli election scheduled for March 28 and what it means for Israel, the Middle East, the United States and for the world? If so, Elections 2006 is the program for you!