Events, and Speakers
Sunday, January 28
The Faculty Chamber Music Series Concert features Heidi Pintner, Russell
Burnham, Robert Bowman, and Carol Menke musically exploring the rules
of love. Tickets: $10 - 12. 2 pm, PAC 134.
Faculty Chamber Music
Thursday, February 1
The men of Lionheart feature the Gregorian chant as the keystone of their
a cappella program. Tickets: $10 - 16. 7:30 pm, Laxson.
Freaks and Jocks joins Chico State's men's volleyball team with
the Department of Music's Accompanying Program in a musical benefit. There
will be many fun-filled songs and dances featuring members of the volleyball
team and talented performers including pianist Caren Levine, renowned
opera singer Ying Yeh, violinist Nick Loeovsky, and the Bethel A.M.E.
Church Choir. For further information, contact Jordan at 332-1061. 7:30
pm, PAC 134.
Friday, February 2
"The Biol-ogy of Psyllid Endosymbionts" by My Lo Thao, UC, Davis. 3 pm,
Holt 170; refreshments at 2:30 pm.
Saturday, February 3
Students and faculty present an all-day keyboard program. Call x5152 for
Chicano Studies Speaker
"Guadalupe Comes to UC, Davis" by Ada Sosa Riddell, UC, Davis. 1 pm, Selvester's
International acoustic guitar festival with Brian Gore, Andrew York, Lawrence
Juber, and Peppino D'Agostino. Tickets: $12 - 18. 7:30 pm, Laxson.
Monday, February 5
The Black Inventors Museum returns to Chico. The exhibition will be displayed
at the Resident Hall Recreation Center between 10 am and 5 pm.
Tuesday, February 6
Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof reveals unspoken truths
and unrelenting desire when Big Daddy's family returns to the plantation
to celebrate his birthday. Tickets: $12 - 18. 7:30 pm, Laxson.
on a Hot Tin Roof
The Black Inventors Museum Recreation Center, 9 am - 5 pm.
Wednesday, February 7
Prime Timers Meeting
The program includes readings from Erma Bombeck and songs by members Pat
Feldhaus and Georgie Summers. 11:30 am, First Christian Church.
The Black Inventors Museum Recreation Center, 9 am - 2 pm.
Thursday, February 8
Nina Totenberg, legal affairs correspondent to National Public Radio,
will give a public speech to kick off the KCHO/KFPR "Moving Up" capital
campaign. 7:30 pm, Elks Lodge in Chico. For more information, call Sarah
Writer's Voice Series
Fiction writer Marlys Swick will read from her latest novel Evening News.
Swick is also author of the novel Paper Wings and two short story collections,
The Summer before the Summer of Love and Monogamy. 7:30 pm, University
Friday, February 9
"Is There Evidence to Support the Assumption That Energy Is the Limiting
Factor for Waterfowl Populations during Winter?: A Case Study of Canada
Geese Staging in Interior Alaska" by Michael Eichholz, Central Valley
Habitat Joint Venture. 3 pm, Holt 170; refreshments at 2:30 pm.
Humanities Center Symposium "Writing, Rhetoric, and History"
by Jill Swiencicki, English. 3 pm, Trinity 126.
Singer/actress Sandra Reaves-Phillips celebrates female performers in
The Late Great Ladies of Blues and Jazz. Tickets: $16 - 20. 7:30
Sunday, February 11
The Regina Carter Quintet presents an evening of violin jazz. Tickets:
$12 - 18. 7:30 pm, Laxson.
Basketball -- Acker Gym
Friday, February 9 vs. CSU, Los
Angeles; women's 6 pm; men's 8 pm
Saturday, February 10 vs. CSU, Dominguez
Hills; women's 6 pm; men's 8 pm
Baseball -- Nettleton Stadium
Friday, February 9 vs. Western Oregon;
Saturday, February 10 vs. Western
Oregon; 2:30 pm
Softball -- University Field
Saturday, February 10 vs. CSU, Stanislaus;
Sunday, February 11 vs. Humboldt
State; 11 am
Now - February 2
TRACS course add/drop period
Deadline to add or drop classes without special permission
Deadline for financial aid students to clear holds