INSIDE Chico State
0 February 27, 2003
Volume 33 Number 11
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Calendar

Arts, Events, and Speakers

Thursday, Feb. 27

Anthropology Forum “Creating the Cosmos: Huichol (Wixárika) Indian Temples in West Mexico” by Stacy Schaefer, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

CAPE Forum “Who Belongs Here and Why? The Politics of Deportation in the Land of the Free” by Miguel Moniz, Brown University. 7 pm, PAC 134.

Documentary Family Fundamentals, by award-winning filmmaker Arthur Dong, profiles three conservative Christian families with gay children. 7:00 pm, Ayres 106.

Friday, Feb. 28

Conversation on Diversity Arthur Dong discusses Family Fundamentals and related topics. Noon, Kendall 207/209.

Humanities Center Symposium “Luz Méndez de la Vega’s Existential Quest: The Bitter Struggle Among God, Eros, and Nothingness” by Rony Garrido, Foreign Languages and Literatures. 3 pm, Trinity 126.

Biology Seminar “Behavioral Syndromes: An Ecological and Evolutionary Overview” by Andy Sih, UC Davis. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Italia Romantica An evening of Italian cuisine and opera supports the Italian Studies Advisory Council and Maria S. Haynes Italian Studies Scholarships. Tickets: $18–25. Reception 5 pm, PAC 132; performance 7:30 pm, PAC 134. Call x5388 or e-mail gcarrilo@csuchico.edu or lcurryl@csuchico.edu.

Music Kathy Mattea performs folk, bluegrass, gospel, and Celtic music. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Saturday, March 1

Hiestand Memorial Concert Performances include the Alumni Band, the Las Plumas High School Band, and David Rothe at the Centennial Pipe Organ. Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Sunday, March 2

Museum of Anthropology Lecture “Dots of Land, Vast Seas: The Island Peoples of Melanesia” by Valene Smith, retired, Anthropology. 7 pm, Ayres 106.

Tuesday, March 4

Nutritional Information Series Nutritional Information Series “Label Reading” by Carol Lams, Overweight Prevention and Treatment for Fit Kids. 12:05 pm, D 115. Registration required; e-mail msanchez2@csuchico.edu. or call x4645.

Drama Bertold Brecht’s The Caucasian Chalk Circle focuses on a dispute over an abandoned piece of land. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

University Film Series The Wind Will Carry Us, 1999, Abbas Kiarostami, Iran. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, March 5

Arboretum Tour Medicinal plants are featured. 11 am, Kendall.

Linguistics Colloquium “Ditransitive Constructions in the World’s Languages: Alignment Types, Alignment Splits, and Inverse Patterns” by Martin Haspelmath, Max Planck Institute for Evolutionary Anthropology, Leipzig, Germany. 3 pm, PAC 206.

CAPE Forum “What Is the Media Doing to Children?” by Mark Keegan, Education, and area high school seniors. 4:30 pm, Studio A, library basement.

International Women’s Day Potluck The Women’s Center hosts an open mike session. 6 pm, Selvester’s Café. For information, call x5724.

Drama The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Jazz Bireli Lagrene and The Gipsy Project perform a tribute to Django Reinhardt. Tickets: $10-22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Thursday, March 6

Humanities Center Symposium Christoph Wolff, director of the Bach-Archiv in Leipzig, is the guest speaker. 2 pm, Trinity 126.

Anthropology Forum “The Closing of the Great River: China’s Three Gorges Dam” by Carolyn Heinz, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Reception for Terry Gross Meet the host of NPR’s Fresh Air. Tickets: $37, includes premium ticket for her lecture this evening. 6 pm, Trinity 100. University Box Office, x6333

Terry Gross
Terry Gross

Drama The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Guest Speaker Terry Gross discusses why and how she does what she does. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Writer’s Voice Joanne Allred, English, reads from her new book of poetry, Particulate. 7:30 pm, University Center 109.

Friday, March 7

Humanities Center Symposium “The Image of the Death of King Henry II (1547–59) and French Political Narratives” by Lawrence Bryant, History. 3 pm, Trinity 126.

Biology Seminar “Reducing Aflatoxin Contamination of Food Commodities” by Bruce Campbell, U.S. Department of Agriculture Agricultural Research Service. 4 pm, Holt 170.

Bach Festival Lecture Christoph Wolff describes his search for the lost Berlin Singakademie collection. 7 pm, PAC 134.

Drama The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Saturday, March 8

Museum of Anthropology Event “Meeting the Maya” offers Mayan folk tales and crafts for the whole family. 1 pm, Museum of Anthropology, 3rd floor Langdon.

A.S. Presents Film Die Another Day. Tickets: $1–3 at the door. 5 pm and 8 pm, BMU auditorium.

Bach Festival The performance includes music in the rediscovered Berlin Sing-akademie collection with commentary by Christoph Wolff. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Drama The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Sunday, March 9

Keyboard Music The Jane Bowman Jewett Memorial Keyboard Concert features scholarship recipients, faculty, and guests. 2 pm, PAC 134.

The Jane Bowman Jewett Memorial Keyboard Concert
The Jane Bowman Jewett Memorial Keyboard Concert

Drama The Caucasian Chalk Circle. Tickets: $6–12. 2 pm, Wismer Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Vaudeville Updated Lazer Vaudeville combines high-tech laser magic with traditional vaudeville arts. Tickets: $10–18. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Tuesday, March 11

Nutritional Information Series “Eating Healthy When Eating Out” by Carol Lams. 12:05 pm, D 115. Registration required; call x4645 or e-mail msanchez2@csuchico.edu.

University Film Series The River, 2001, Tsai Ming-Liang, Taiwan. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, March 12

Prime Timers Meeting The Prime Time Players provide entertainment. 11:30 am, BMU 210.

St. Patrick’s Dinner An Irish dinner before the performance of the Trinity Irish Dance Company. Tickets: $40, includes a premium ticket to the performance. 6 pm, Selvester’s Café. University Box Office, x6333

Dance The Trinity Irish Dance Company of Chicago performs. Tickets: $12–24. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Thursday, March 13

Anthropology Forum Brandi Schmitt, UC Davis, is the guest speaker. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Guest Speaker Judy Shepard, mother of murdered Matthew Shepard, speaks about hate crime prevention. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, BMU auditorium. University Box Office, x6333

Piano Competition The 2003 Earl R. and Marilyn Ann Kruschke Prize in Piano Performance is awarded. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.

Friday, March 14

Harpsichord Music Jennifer Paul performs A Declaration of Music: The Harpsichord Music Collected by Thomas Jefferson. Tickets: $8–15. 7:30 pm, PAC 134. University Box Office, x6333

 

 

 

Wildcat Athletics

Track and Field—Stadium

Thursday–Friday, Feb. 27–28 Chico Invitational; 11 am

Saturday, March 1 CCAA-North Opener; 10 am

Basketball—Acker Gym

Friday, Feb. 28 vs. Grand Canyon University; women’s 6 pm; men’s 8 pm — Conference Game

Saturday, March 1 vs. UC San Diego; women’s 6 pm; men’s 8 pm — Conference Game

Baseball—Nettleton Stadium

Friday, Feb. 28 vs. UC Davis; 7 pm — Conference Game

Sunday, March 2
vs. UC Davis; noon — Conference Game

Friday, March 7 vs. Western Oregon State; 7 pm

Saturday, March 8 vs. Western Oregon State; noon

Sunday, March 9 vs. Western Oregon State; noon

Women’s Golf—Butte Creek Country Club

Monday–Tuesday, March 10–11 Chico State Spring Classic; 11 am, 8:30 am

Exhibitions

Not Flora or Fauna: Structures by Janet Turner from the Vernon and Marie Fish Collection Human-made structures and the natural environment as landscape. Now–March 2. M–F, 11 am–4 pm. Janet Turner Print Gallery, 2nd floor Laxson.

Equations: A Public Art Show Works by Aaron Knight, undergraduate. Now–March 13. M–F, 7 am–midnight; SA, 11 am–midnight; SU, noon–midnight. BMU Art Gallery, 3rd floor BMU.

Window Dressing New paintings by Sisko. March 4–27. M–F, 8 am–5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity. Reception March 7, 6 pm; artist talk March 12, 6 pm.

All My Relations by Sisko
All My Relations by Sisko

Figure Prints Mono prints by David Hoppe. March 4–April 24. M–F, 8 am–5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity. Reception March 5, 5 pm.

Closet Printmakers: Faculty Artists Print!
Prints by Vernon Patrick, David Hoppe, James Kuiper, and Marion Epting. March 13–April 27. M–F, 11 am–4 pm. Janet Turner Print Gallery, 2nd floor Laxson.

Wrapped in Beauty: Textile Reflections of Mayan Indian Lives in Guatemala Textiles from the Mayan Indian culture. Now–May 17. TU–SA, 11 am–3 pm. Museum of Anthropology, 3rd floor Langdon.

       

Calendar items for Inside Chico State should be submitted two weeks in advance of each publication date to Linda Moore at PublicationsOffice@csuchico.edu.

A more complete calendar of campus events can be found at
http://www.csuchico.edu/ eventsandcalendars.html.

If you have any questions, contact Kathleen McPartland at x4260.

 

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