INSIDE Chico State
0 September 27, 2001
Volume 32 Number 3
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Inside

Calendar of Events

Achievements

Exhibitions

Credits

Archives

 

Calendar

Arts, Events, and Speakers

All Homecoming Events marked with y.

Thursday, September 27

Concert A.S. Presents concert features Buffalo Creek. noon, Free Speech Area.

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

Theatre Molly Newman’s Shooting Stars focuses on a 1962 women’s basketball team and their struggles. Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. t


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

Speaker “Seeking Peace and Facing Evil” by Gene Sandretto, Hope Flowers School, Bethlehem, Israel. 8 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre.

Friday, September 28

Chemistry Seminar Philip Crews, UC Santa Cruz, speaks. 1 pm, Physical Science 202.

Biology Seminar “Why Do Californians Dine with Their Kin? The Significance of Aggregative Feeding of the Pipevine Swallowtail Butterfly” by Jim Fordyce, UC Davis. 4 pm, Holt 170; reception at 3:30 pm.

Theatre Shooting Stars. Tickets: $6–10. 7:30 pm, Wismer Theatre. t
Concert A.S. Presents concert features Face to Face. Tickets: $10–13. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium. t

Saturday, September 29

Scour and Devour A community clean-up program followed by free T-shirts and barbecue at noon. 8 am, Kendall Lawn.

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

Sunday, September 30

Music An Early Music concert features music of England and France. Tickets: $6–10. 2 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. t

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

Tuesday, October 2

Film The German Americans is part of German Heritage Week. 5 pm, Tehama 107.

University Film Series Human Remains by Jay Rosenblatt and Alone, Life Wastes Andy Hardy by Martin Arnold, Canyon Cinema. 8 pm, Ayres 106.

Dance/Music The Limón Dance Company links modern dance and jazz. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. t

Wednesday, October 3

Prime Timers Meeting “The Niche Filled by the Community College” by Sandra Acebo, Butte College. 11:30 am, BMU 210.

Thursday, October 4

Auction Preview Face masks by local artists are previewed prior to an auction tomorrow to support the University Art Gallery. 10 am–4 pm, Taylor.

Anthropology Forum “The Investigation of Suspicious Burns: Inquiry and Practical Experience” by Phil Peltier, Butte County District Attorney’s office. 4 pm, Ayres 106.

Friday, October 5

Awards The residence halls hold a Residence Life Spirit Week Awards ceremony. 3 pm, Recreation Center. y

Biology Seminar “Common Mycorrhizal Networks: The Belowground Highway” by Caroline Bledsoe, UC Davis.
4 pm, Holt 170; reception at
3:30 pm.

Auction A silent auction for masks to support the University Art Gallery. 6–9 pm, Humanities Center, Trinity.

Reunion The class of 1951 holds areunion dinner. 6 pm, Holiday Inn. y

Reunion The A.S. alumni hold a reunion reception. 6:30 pm, 2nd floor BMU. y

Music Poncho Sanchez and his Latin Jazz Band open the Chico World Music Festival. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. t

Concert A.S. Presents concert features Dilated Peoples. Tickets: $8–11. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium. t

Saturday, October 6

Breakfast The Residence Hall Association holds a pancake breakfast for parents. 8:30 am, Recreation Center. y

 

 

 

 

 

Breakfast Physical education alumni hold a reunion breakfast. 8:30 am, Alumni Glen. y

Tours Walking tours of the campus. 10 am–2 pm, Free Speech Area. y

Time Capsule Opening Time capsules from 1931, 1941, and 1951 are opened. 10 am, Kendall. y

Academic Fair The A.S. holds an academic fair titled “What in the World is Your Major?” 11 am, Rose Garden Lawn. y

Chico World Music Festival All-day continual performances. 11 am, Kendall Lawn.

Luncheon Golden Grads, class of 1951. 11 am, BMU Ballroom. y

Picnic University barbecue.
11:30 am, Rose Garden Lawn. y

Homecoming Welcome President Esteban welcomes alumni, parents, students, and guests. noon, Rose Garden Lawn. y

Golden Grads Tour. 1:30 pm, Bidwell Mansion. y

Festival The College of Agriculture holds a fall festival. 4 pm, University Farm. y

Reception/Dinner The Athletic Hall of Fame holds a reception and dinner. 5:30 pm, BMU Ballroom. y

Music Iris DeMent’s concert is opened by the Laura Love Duo in the World Music Festival. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. t

Concert Outstanding students perform. 7:30 pm, PAC 134. y

Sunday, October 7

Chico World Music Festival All-day continual performances. 11 am, Kendall Lawn.

Volleyball Residence hall students challenge parents. 1 pm, Lassen/Shasta Lawn. y

Tuesday, October 9

University Film Series Will It Snow for Christmas? by Sandrine Veysset, France. 8 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, October 10

CAPE Forum “Restorative Justice: A Local Practice” presented with the Chico Peace and Justice Center. 7 pm, Trinity 100.

Thursday, October 11

Concert A.S. Presents concert with Ass Kickers. noon, Free Speech Area.

Anthropology Forum “Archeological Investigation of Emeryville Shell Mound” by Sean Dexter, URS. 4 pm, Ayres 106.

CAPE Forum “The Ethics of Stem Cell Research” by a panel of professors. 7 pm, PAC 134.

University Film Series Daven Gee presents short films in Not All Picket Fences Are White. Free. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Concert A.S. Presents concert with The Pharcyde, Souls of Mischief, Cali Agents, and Kutmasta Kurt. Tickets: $10–13. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium. t

Friday, October 12

Chemistry Seminar “Hazardous Waste Minimization from Academic Laboratories at CSU, Chico” by Don Alger, Chemistry. 1 pm, Physical Science 202.

Biology Seminar “The New Frontier of Laser Vision Correction” by Benjamin Gilbert, M.D., Chico Eye Center. 4 pm, Holt 170; reception at 3:30 pm.

Presidents Lecture Series Nobel Peace Prize winner Lech Walesa is the distinguished speaker. Tickets: $15–25, $35 includes a reception following. 7:30 pm, Laxson. t

Saturday, October 13

Concert A.S. Presents concert features Deep Banana Blackout with The Motet. Tickets: $8–11. 8 pm, BMU Auditorium. t

Sunday, October 14

Music The Chamber Music Series features Masterworks. Tickets: $6–10. 2 pm, PAC 134. t

Comedy Revue This cabaret-style musical incorporates original Shakespeare. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. t

Wildcat Athletics

Soccer—Soccer Stadium

Thursday, October 4 vs. CSU, San Bernardino; women’s 5:30 pm; men’s 7:30 pm

Saturday, October 6 vs. Cal Poly Pomona; women’s noon; men’s 3 pm

Sunday, October 7 vs. alumni; 1:30 pm y

Volleyball—Acker Gym

Friday, October 5 vs. UC San Diego; 7 pm

Saturday, October 6 vs. Grand Canyon; 7 pm

Friday, October 12 vs. CSU, Stanislaus; 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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