INSIDE Chico State
0 February 13, 2003
Volume 33 Number 10
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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STORIES

Calendar

Achievements

Librarian at Large

Briefly Noted

Upfront

Credits

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Calendar

Arts, Events, and Speakers

Thursday, Feb. 13

Asian Studies Lecture “The Role of Art in the Formation of the South Korean Nation: A Look at Two Centuries” by Michael Reinschmidt, Sociology/Anthropology. 7 pm, Siskiyou 120.

CAPE Forum A panel discusses “The Right to Bear Arms in the Era of School Shootings.” 7 pm, PAC 134.

Geography Lecture “Landscapes in Motion: Property Debates and
Ecological Change in the Kickapoo Valley” by Lynne Heasley, Western Michigan University. 7 pm, Ayres 120.

Friday, Feb. 14

Geography Lecture “Maps and Historical Narratives: Making GIS Move” by Lynne Heasley. 3 pm, Butte 503.

Biology Seminar “Neurophysiology in Surgery” by Ken Sato, ORIMtec/Advanced Diagnostics, Inc. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Valentine’s Day Dinner
A special dinner is served prior to the Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber. Tickets: $40, includes premium ticket to the performance. 6 pm, Selvester’s Café. t
Broadway Music In the Best of Andrew Lloyd Webber, four Broadway performers interpret beautiful songs by the popular musical composer. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Saturday, Feb. 15

Acoustic Pop/Soul/Folk Concert Multi-Grammy winner Shawn Colvin gives a solo performance. Tickets: $12–24. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Shawn Colvin
Shawn Colvin

Poetry Slam Nandi Crosby, Sociology, hosts a lyrical battle of rhythm and rhyme. 8 pm, Wildcat Den, BMU basement.

Nandi Crosby
Nandi Crosby

Sunday, Feb. 16

Organ Series Yuko Hayashi, New England Conservatory, performs. Tickets: $6–12. 3 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Tuesday, Feb. 18

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

Museum of Anthropology Mike Findlay, Anthropology, shares slides from Guatemala. 4 pm, 3rd floor Langdon.

University Film Series The Devil’s Backbone, 2001, Guillermo del Toro, Spain/Mexico. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, Feb. 19

Guest Speaker Malcolm Jamal Warner, best known as Theo on The Cosby Show, speaks about acting, his music career, and more. Tickets: $6–13. 7:30 pm, BMU auditorium. University Box Office, x6333

Malcolm Jamal Warner
Malcolm Jamal Warner

Thursday, Feb. 20

Up ’til Dawn Students celebrate raising approximately $60,000 for St. Jude Research Hospital. 6:30 pm, Sylvester’s Café/BMU auditorium.

Friday, Feb. 21

Humanities Center Speaker “Dangerous Liaisons: Eros and Pedagogy in Contemporary Academe” by Cristina Nehring, literary and cultural critic. 3 pm, Trinity 100.

Linguistics Colloquium “Sonority Hierarchy and Typology of Geminate Consonants” by Katsura Aoyama, Texas Tech University. 3 pm, PAC 206.

Biology Seminar “The Use of Multiple Photosensory Processes in Plant UV-B Light Responses” by Jim Shinkle, Trinity University. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Saturday, Feb. 22

North State Symphony The theme of the performance is The Festive. Tickets: $11–20. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

North State Symphony
North State Symphony

Casino Night A night of Las Vegas-style gaming includes fabulous prizes. 8 pm, Wildcat Den, BMU basement.

Tuesday, Feb. 25

Nutritional Information Series “Kids’ Snacks and Easy Meals” by Carol Lams. 12:05 pm, D 115. Registration required; call x4645 or e-mail msanchez2@csuchico.edu.

University Film Series Beau Travail, 1999, Claire Denis, France. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Concert Rooney opens for The Donnas and OK GO. Tickets: $7–10. 8 pm, BMU auditorium. University Box Office, x6333

Wednesday, Feb. 26

Baroque with an Attitude Bimbetta blends 17th-century baroque music with 20th-century popular culture. Tickets: $8–15. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Nutcracker
Bimbetta

Concert The Chico State Gospel Choir performs a free concert. 8 pm, BMU auditorium.

Thursday, Feb. 27

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.

Friday, Feb. 28

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.

Country Folk 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

Comedy Show Some of the best touring comedy acts in the country perform. Tickets: $4–6. 8 pm, Wildcat Den, BMU basement.

 

 

 

Wildcat Athletics

Softball—University Field

Friday, Feb. 14 vs. UC Davis; noon — Conference Game

Saturday, Feb. 15 vs. Western Oregon State; noon

Friday, Feb. 21 vs. CSU, Dominguez Hills; 1 pm n

Saturday, Feb. 22 vs. CSU, Bakersfield; noon — Conference Game

Track and Field—Stadium

Friday, Feb. 21 Cardinal-White and Gray tournament; 1 pm

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

Saturday, March 1
CCAA-North Opener; 10 am

Basketball—Acker Gym

Friday, Feb. 21 vs. CSU, Stanislaus; women’s 6 pm; men’s 8 pm — Conference Game

Saturday, Feb. 22 vs. CSU, Bakersfield; women’s 6 pm; men’s 8 pm — Conference Game

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

Sunday, Feb. 23 vs. Sonoma State; noon — Conference Game

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

Saturday, March 1 vs. UC Davis; noon — Conference Game

Academic Information

Feb. 21

Census date—no adding/dropping without special permission

Exhibitions

Bric-a-Brac Mixed media by Rebekah Morse. Now–Feb. 27. M–F, 8 am–5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity.

Suburban Dreams Color photographs by Beth Yarnelle Edwards. Now–Feb. 27. M–F, 8 am–5 pm; SA–SU, noon–4 pm. University Art Gallery, Taylor.

Going Out from Suburban Dreams
Going Out from Suburban Dreams

Colors of Chico Fashion by Christa Seybold-Haynes and photography by Renee Suzanne Muir. Now–Feb. 27. M–F, 8 am–5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity.

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. Feb. 25–March 13. M–F, 7 am–midnight; SA, 11 am–midnight; SU, noon–midnight. BMU Art Gallery, 3rd floor BMU. Reception Feb. 25, 6 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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