President's Message
Preventing student alcohol abuse

Revisiting Chico's radical past

Editor’s Note
Cultural Diversity at CSU, Chico

Campus Collage
• Memorial Scholarships
• Mexican University
• Waste Habitat
• Web Sitings
• Briefly Noted
• Sportsline
• With Respect
• In the News

A World's Eye View
Back from Uzbekistan

A Faculty Reflection
Russia continues to struggle


New publications by faculty and alumni

Opportunities for Giving
Conservationist endows scholarships

Helping a New Generation of Students
Leadership Institute named after alumna

World Beat

Founders Week, the arts, and sports

Issue Credits
Spring 2001



Current calendars for arts and athletic events can be found at:


Founders Week 2001 Highlights

Friday, April 20
Activist Angela Davis kicks off Women's Center Conference

Saturday, April 21
Schubert and Mozart, Chico Symphony Orchestra
Donna Stone Breed Memorial One-Acts, through April 22
Art Exhibit—Works by Christina Rosa, April 2 through April 27

Sunday, April 22
Schubert and Mozart, Chico Symphony Orchestra

Monday, April 23
Campus Historical Tour
CSU, Chico Video History Showing
Albert E. Warrens Reception Center Dedication

Tuesday, April 24
Campus Historical Tour
CSU, Chico Video History Showing

Wednesday, April 25
Outstanding Student Leadership Awards Reception

Thursday, April 26
46th Annual Juried Student Exhibition, through April 29
Outstanding Professor Lecture by English Professor Tom Fox
Staff Council Awards Luncheon

Friday, April 27
Sixth Annual Student Printmakers Competition
Distinguished Alumni Dinner

Saturday, April 28
Campus Historical Tour
International Festival
Songs of Children: A Cappella Choir/Chamber Singers

Sunday, April 29
Greek Week Community Challenge to Benefit the Boys and Girls Club
European Organ Works


Arts Events

A Parisian Spring Recital, Caren Levine (faculty)
March 11

The Miss Firecracker Contest, a CSU, Chico production
April 3–8

Mark Morris Dance Group
April 7

The Comedy of Errors, professional acting troupe
April 7

Chicago, 2001 spring musical
May 2–6


Athletic Events

Track and Field hosts Multi-Event Competition
March 1–2

Track and Field hosts CCAA North Opener
March 3

Softball hosts CSU, Dominguez Hills and CSU, Bakersfield
April 6–7

Men's Golf hosts NCAA District 8 Qualifier
April 16–17

Baseball hosts CSU, Los Angeles
April 21-22

Baseball hosts CSU, Hayward
April 23

Track and Field hosts Twilight Invitational
April 28

Baseball hosts Grand Canyon
April 29



The events listed are a small selection from the spring calendar and are subject to change. For times and places, and a complete list of events, contact the following offices:

Founders Week: Public Affairs, 530-898-4143

Arts Events: University Box Office, 530-898-5791

Athletic Events: Sports Information, 530-898-6470

Arts and athletic events can also be found at



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