INSIDE Chico State
0 May 11, 2000
Volume 30 Number 20
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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STORIES

Provost's Corner

Librarian at Large

Sponsored Programs

Achievements

Calendar of Events

Exhibitions


Credits

Archives

 

Calendar

Arts, Events, and Speakers

Friday, September 22

CELT Speakers
CSU, Chico's 1999 - 2000 Outstanding Teacher, Cris Guenter, and Outstanding Adviser, Bruce Bechtol, are guest speakers. 1 pm, PAC 134.

Biology Seminar
"Neuroplasticity" by Joel Rothfeld, M.D., Enloe Medical Center. 3 P.M., Holt 170; refreshments. 2:30 pm.

Music Festival
Pop - jazz singer and songwriter Rickie Lee Jones opens the Chico World Music Festival. Tickets: $20 - 22. Special festival pass for all three evening shows: $50. 7 pm., Laxson.


Saturday, September 23

Music Festival
Continual performances on three stages, combined with food, crafts, and a children's program, celebrate the Chico World Music Festival. Free. 11 am, Kendall lawn.

Music Festival
Ladysmith Black Mambazo continues the Chico World Music Festival with traditional South African sounds. Tickets: $20 - 22. 7 pm, Laxson.


Sunday, September 24

Music Festival
All - day continuation of the Chico World Music Festival. Free. 11 am, Kendall lawn.

Christopher Parkening, classical guitarist
Christopher Parkening, classical guitarist

Music Festival
Classical guitarist Christopher Parkening and baritone Jubilant Sykes conclude the Chico World Music Festival with South American and Spanish compositions. Tickets: $20 - 22. 7 pm, Laxson.


Monday, September 25

Safety Workshop
"Violence in the Workplace" by the Workplace Violence Consultation Team. noon, Kendall 207.


Tuesday, September 26

Noon Concert
Zony Mash jazz band, features Wayne Horvitz on the Hammond B3. Free. noon, free speech area.

International Forum
"International Connections through the Arts" by Cameron Crawford and Matt Looper, Art and Art History. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

South-of-the-Border Dinner
Enjoy a traditional south - of - the - border dinner before Rosita's Jalapeľo Kitchen. Tickets: $30 includes theatre ticket. 6 pm, Selvester's Cafe.

Theatre
Ruby Nelda Perez stars in Rosita's Jalapeno Kitchen, a comic solo piece peppered with cultural pride. Tickets: $10 - 16. 7 pm, Laxson.

Rosita's Jalapeno Kitchen
Rosita's Jalapeno Kitchen


Thursday, September 28

History Lecture
"The Twentieth-Century Death of the Somali Nation: Murder or Suicide?" by Charles Geshekter, History. 7 pm, PAC 134.


Friday, September 29

Biology Seminar
"Translocation as an Effective Tool in Conservation Biology" by Dawn Wilson, Biological Sciences. 3 pm, Holt 170; refreshments 2:30 pm.

Concert
Vinyl performs with opening by Potluck. Tickets: $5 - 8. Call X6005. 7 pm, Rose Garden.

 

 

 

Saturday, September 30

Outdoors
Samwel Cave spelunking. 8 am. Cost: $25 - 35.

Symphony
The Chico Symphony Orchestra features Brahms, Mozart, and Wagner, and is joined by Oregon Symphony members Julie Coleman on violin and Charles Noble on viola. Tickets: $12 - 16. 7:30 pm, Laxson.


Sunday, October 1

Outdoors
Mt. Brokeoff day hike. 8 am. Cost: $30 - 35.


Monday, October 2

History Discussion
Join Charles Geshekter in a follow - up discussion of September 28 lecture. noon, University Center.

Safety Workshop
"Pepper Spray Training" by Larry Burnham. noon, Kendall 207.


Tuesday, October 3

International Forum
"Reflections on a Post - Communist World" by Peter Gross, Journalism, and Kate Transchel and Weikun Cheng, History. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Opera
The Western Opera Theater performs Strauss's madcap comedy Die Fledermaus. Tickets: $12 - 20. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Die Fledermaus
Die Fledermaus


Wednesday, October 4

Noon Concert
Seeing Double performs country music. Free. noon, free speech area.


Friday, October 6

Biology Seminar
"In situ Bioremediation of Solvent Contaminated Sites with Gaseous Nutrient Injection" by Terry Hazen, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. 3 pm, Holt 170; refreshments at 2:30 pm.

Concert
Burning Spear performs. Tickets: $10 - 12. Call X6005. 7 pm, Rose Garden.

Percussion Performance
Les Tambours du Bronx combine rhythms, created with pickax handles on metal barrels, with chants and lights. Tickets: $12 - 20. 7:30 pm, Laxson.


Saturday, October 7

Outdoors
Feather Falls day hike. Cost: $10 - 15. 8 am.


Sunday, October 8

Outdoors
Lassen Park boiling hot springs day hike. Cost: $21 - 30. 8 am.

Concert
The Faculty Chamber Music Series Concert features Mozart selections. Tickets: $10 - 12. 2 pm, Rowland - Taylor Recital Hall.

 

Wildcat Athletics

Soccer - Soccer Stadium

Friday, September 29 vs. Grand Canyon University; women's 5pm, men's 7pm

Sunday, October 1 vs. UC, San Diego; women's 12:30 pm, men's 3pm.


Volleyball - Shurmer Gym

Friday, October 6 vs. CSU, Los Angeles, 7 pm

Saturday, October 7 vs. CSU, Dominguez Hills, 7 pm

 

Academic Information

Friday, October 6
Intersession Special Session proposal deadline

Now - November 29
TRACS course request and advising for Spring 2001

September 25 - November 29 TRACS registration for January intersession

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