INSIDE Chico State
0 September 13, 2001
Volume 32 Number 2
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Inside

STORIES

Provost's Corner

In the News

Calendar of Events

Achievements

Exhibitions

Credits

Archives

 

Calendar

Arts, Events, and Speakers

Thursday, September 13

Anthropology Forum “The Chaco Meridian” by Keith Johnson, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 106.

CAPE Forum “Restorative Justice Within the Context of the Criminal Justice System” presented with the Chico Peace and Justice Center. 7 pm, Trinity 100.

Concert A.S. Presents Concert Series features The David Grisman Quintet. Tickets: $10–13. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium.

Friday, September 14-16

Asian Film Festival The Korean Student’s Association presents three days of the best of Asian film. Free. Full listing on 9/14 announcements.

Friday, September 14

Chemistry Seminar “Molecular Electronics” by Joshua Smith, CSU, Humboldt. 1 pm, Physical Science 202.

Biology Seminar and Dedication “Education and the Making of a World That Works” by David Orr, Oberlin College, and dedication of the Jack Rawlins Endowed Professor of Environmental Literacy. 4 pm, Holt 170.

President’s Reception All faculty and staff are invited to the President’s Reception. 7:30 pm, Kendall Hall Lawn.

Saturday, September 15

Preserve Tour Mark Stemen, Geography and Planning, and environmentalist David Orr conduct a tour and formal opening of the Outdoor Classroom for K-12 students. 10 am, Honey Run Road. For Information: x6171.

Gallery Fundraiser The friends of Janet Truner Print Gallery host their annual Garden Reception. 4:30 pm. Tickets, call x4476.

Sunday, September 16

Music Organist Julia Brown. Tickets: $6–12. 3 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Monday, September 17

Film Grand Avenue, by Greg Sarris, tribal chair of the Coast Miwok. 7 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.


Greg Sarris

Tuesday, September 18

Film Pomo Basketweavers: A Tribute to Three Elders features Pomo women. 4 pm, Ayres 120.y

University Film Series Dottie Gets Spanked by Todd Haynes, other shorts by Apparatus Productions. 8 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, September 19

Lecture “Writing Memory” by Greg Sarris, keynote speaker for Sharing Traditions: Honoring California Native Americans. 7 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre

Music/Dance Bayanihan, the Philippine National Dance Company, performs. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Concert A.S. Presents Concert Series features Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe. Tickets: $10–13. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium.

Thursday, September 20

Dance Four Winds of Indian Education students demonstrate California American Indian dance. noon, Free Speech Area

Anthropology Forum “Basket Makers” by Antoinette Martinez, Anthropology, and California American Indian Basket Makers Association members demonstrate their art. 4 pm, Ayres 106.

Writer’s Voice Maidu poet Janice Gould reads from her work. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.y


Janice Gould

 

 

 

Friday, September 21

11 am, Peeking Chinese Restaurant, 243 W. Second Street.

Concert A.S. Presents Concert Series features Michael Franti and Spearhead. Tickets: $10–13. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium

Saturday, September 22

Dinner Dance/Auction An “Evening of Elegance.” 6:30 pm, BMU Ballroom.

The North State Symphony performs. Tickets: $10–18. 7:30 pm, Laxson.

Sunday, September 23

Concours d’Elegance The show features historical automobiles and vintage motorcycles and farm machinery. Tickets: $6–8, under 12 free with adult. 11 am, Kendall Lawn.

Tuesday, September 25

Theatre Molly Newman’s Shooting Stars focuses on a 1962 women’s basketball team and their struggles. Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wisme

Wednesday, September 26

CAPE Forum “Walking the Talk: Citizen-Activism Workshop” includes an activist information fair. 7 pm, Trinity 100.

Speaker Diana Gabaldon, author of the historical-action-romance Outlander novels, discusses her works. Tickets: $8–15. 7:30 pm, Laxson.


Diana Gabaldon

Shooting Stars.
Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.

Concert A.S. Presents Concert Series features the comedy of Carlos Mencia. Tickets: $7–11. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium.

Thursday, September 27

Anthropology Forum “Celestial Jukebox” by Paul Friedlander, Music. 4 pm, Ayres 106.

Shooting Stars.
Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.

Writer’s Voice Fiction author Steve Yarbrough discusses his works. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.

Friday, September 28

Chemistry Seminar Philip Crews, UC Santa Cruz, speaks on a topic to be announced later. 1 pm, Physical Science 202.

Shooting Stars.
Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.

Saturday, September 29

Shooting Stars.
Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre.

Sunday, September 30

Music An Early Music Concert. Tickets: $6–10. 2 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Shooting Stars. Tickets: $6–10. 2 pm, Wismer Theatre.

Wildcat Athletics

Soccer—Soccer Stadium
Friday, September 14 vs. CSU, Stanislaus; women’s 5:30 pm; men’s 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 16 vs. CSU, Bakersfield; women’s 12:30 pm; men’s 3 pm
Friday, September 21 vs. Humboldt State; women’s 5:30 pm; men’s 7:30 pm
Sunday, September 23 men vs. Chico Pros; 7:30 pm

Volleyball—Acker Gym
Friday, September 14 vs. CSU, San Bernardino; 7 pm
Saturday, September 15 vs. Cal Poly Pomona; 7 pm
Friday, September 21 vs. San Francisco State; 7 pm
Saturday, September 22 vs. Sonoma State; 7 pm
Wednesday, September 26 vs. UC Davis; 7 pm

       

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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