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Society of Professional Journalists Bake Sale

8 a.m. to noon

Clark Building, C-Wing lobby

CSU’s local SPJ chapter will be selling baked goods, homemade truffles, coffee, hot chocolate, fruit and t-shirts. Donations will benefit chapter events.

For more information, contact Sara Crocker at sara.crocker@hotmail.com.

Ken Salazar on campus

Noon

Lory Student Center Plaza

U.S. Senator Salazar will be on campus for a get-out-and-vote rally. Local candidates will be present as well. For more information, contact Ellen Steiner at (303) 931-4259.

RCO Training session for research involving human subjects

9 a.m. to noon

General Services Building Room 321

For more information, contact Evelyn Swiss at evelyn.swiss@research.colostate.edu or 491-1553.

Gamma Sigma Delta’s Brown Bag Seminar Series

Noon

LSC, rooms 214-216

Gamma Sigma Delta’s CSU Chapter presents a brown bag Seminar with David Quarles, Agronomy Manager for Northeast Colorado, Parker Ag Services, Fort Morgan, Colo.

Seminar Topic: Winrock International’s Farmer to Farmer Program.

Free pizza will be available, but bring your own drink. We hope to see you there, and look for announcements of future speakers the last Wednesday of every month.

For more information, contact Mary.Stromberger@colostate.edu.

Women at Noon – “Women in the Military”

Noon

LSC, room 228

“Women in the Military: Past, Present and Future.”

Join us as Maj. Heather McCormick, takes us through a history of women in the military, including different jobs women have held, how they got started in the military and current issues facing women in the military. McCormick will then share her perspective as a woman in Iraq and the future direction of women in the military.

For further information, contact the Office of Women’s Programs and Studies, 491-6384.

Thursday

Life Skills Workshop: Exploring Career Options

4 to 6 p.m.

Wellness Zone, LSC

Are you an “open option” student or undecided about what career paths you would like to pursue? Come to this workshop to learn insight, strategies and resources to making a satisfying career choice.

Pre-registration is required. To pre-register contact Marsha in the Career Center at 491-5707 or e-mail info@careermail.colostate.edu.

Max Out Moby

7 to 9 p.m.

Moby Arena

We want to break the record of 6,200 fans at the Wyoming game; wear your green and cheer on the Rams in the Border Battle against the Wyoming Cowgirls.

For more information, call 491-RAMS or go to csurams.com.

Angie Paccione on campus

7 p.m.

LSC, Room 228

Paccione, candidate for U.S. Congress, will be on campus. The CSU Young Democrats invite you to join for pizza and discussion.

For more information, contact Ellen Steiner at (303) 931-4259.

Midnight Movie Film Series: “The Rocky Horror Picture Show”

7 to 10 p.m.

Willard O. Eddy Hall, Room 212

The Department of Speech Communication’s presentation of its Fall Film Series on Midnight Movies is free and open to the public.

Don’t dream it. Be it. Do the time warp this Thursday! Come in costume! And remember, “It’s just a jump to the left.”

For more information, contact Marc Leverette, Department of Speech Communication at 491-5886, marc.leverette@colostate.edu.

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