INSIDE Chico State
0 March 13, 2003
Volume 33 Number 12
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Calendar

Arts, Events, and Speakers

Thursday, March 13

Anthropology Forum “Yaqui and Paskola Dancers” by Scott Gingerich, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Women’s Center Film All About My Mother. 6 pm, BMU 210.

Guest Speaker Judy Shepard, mother of murdered Matthew Shepard, speaks about hate crime prevention. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, BMU auditorium. University Box Office, x6333

Piano Competition The 2003 Earl R. and Marilyn Ann Kruschke Prize in Piano Performance is awarded. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.

Friday, March 14

Mathematics Colloquium “Computational Complexity and Isoperimetric Inequalities” by Joel Hass, UC Davis. 4 pm, Holt 185; refreshments precede.

Women’s Center Film Show Me Love. 6 pm, BMU 210.

Harpsichord Music Jennifer Paul performs A Declaration of Music: The Harpsichord Music Collected by Thomas Jefferson. Tickets: $8–15. 7:30 pm, PAC 134. University Box Office, x6333

Jennifer Paul
Jennifer Paul

Saturday, March 15

Wildflower Walk Meet at the Chico Park and Ride lot for car pools; rain cancels. 9 am, Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve. Call x6317.

Un Ballo in Maschera A masked ball supports the Opera Workshop’s tour to Italy in November. Tickets: $50 by reservation; call x5351. 6 pm, Turandot Restaurant.

Wednesday, March 19

Campus Arboretum Tour 11 am, Kendall.

Saturday, March 22

Wildflower Walk Meet at the Chico Park and Ride lot. 9 am, Big Chico Creek Ecological Reserve. Call x6317.

Sunday, March 23

Comedy The Aquila Theatre Company of London performs Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

A Midsummer Night's Dream
A Midsummer Night's Dream

Monday, March 24

César Chávez Week Event Consumer Education Day informs why it is important to support United Farm Workers union-operated businesses, with a raffle of union products. 10 am, Free Speech Area.

Tuesday, March 25

César Chávez Event Video of his 1991 speech. Noon, Trinity 126.

New Parents Series “Choosing Child Care: Information and Options” by Siobhan O’Neil and Jane Haberman, Valley Oak Children’s Services. 12:05 pm, D 115. Registration required; call x4645 or e-mail msanchez2@csuchico.edu.

University Film Series Code Unknown, 2002, Michael Haneke, France. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, March 26

César Chávez Event Video of a television episode dramatizing the 2002 March for the Governor’s Signature. Noon, Trinity 126.

Museum of Anthropology Event “Current Perspectives of Maya Indians in Guatemala” by Carol Hendrickson, Marlboro College, in Ayres 201 following a reception in the museum. 5 pm, Museum of Anthropology, 3rd floor Langdon.

César Chávez Event Salt of the Earth, the black-listed classic about the mine, mill, and smelter worker’s strike in the 1950s. 7 pm, Trinity 126.

Thursday, March 27

César Chávez Event Participants in the March for the Governor’s Signature discuss their experience. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

CAPE Forum A panel discusses “The Problem of Plagiarism.” 7 pm, PAC 134.

César Chávez Event Documentaries about the United Farm Workers’ struggle for improvement. 7 pm, Trinity 126.

Comedy Saturday Night Live’s Tracy Morgan. Tickets: $13–18. 8 pm, BMU auditorium. University Box Office, x6333

Friday, March 28

César Chávez Event UFW Education Day. 10 am, Free Speech Area.

César Chávez Event Protest songs of the Chicana/o labor movement. Noon, Trinity 126.

Political Science Forum “How Other Countries View the United States” by Don Lillibridge, retired, History. 3 pm, Butte 709.

Biology Seminar “Molecular Phylogenetics and Conservation of Turtles in Turkey, Southeast Asia, and South America” by Tag Engstrom, State University of New York, Stony Brook. 4 pm, Holt 170; refreshments precede.

Keyboard Music Pianist Robert Bowman performs Bach, Beethoven, and more. 7:30 pm, PAC 134.

Illustrations of Bach and Beethoven from Keyboard Music.
Keyboard Music

Saturday, March 29

Karaoke The Shades host. 8 pm, Wildcat Den, BMU basement.

Tuesday, April 1

New Parents Series “Child Safety from the Start: Baby Proofing Your Home” by Debra McEnroe, Home Health Care Management, Inc. 12:05 pm, D 115. Registration required; see March 25.

Museum of Anthropology Event Todos Santos: A Guatemalan Village. 7 pm, Museum of Anthropology, 3rd floor Langdon.

Jazz The Herbie Hancock Quartet performs. Tickets: $12–24. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

University Film Series On Snow’s Wavelength, Zoom Out, 2001, Teri Wehn-Damisch, English; and The New Wave By Itself, 1964, Robert Valey and Andre S. Labarthe, French. 7:30 pm, Ayres 106.

Wednesday, April 2

Campus Arboretum Tour 11 am, Kendall.

Theatre Alan Ayckbourn’s Communicating Doors is a British sex farce, dramatic thriller, and intricate comedy. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Guest Speaker “Truth and Lies About 9/11” by Michael Ruppert, conspiracy theory lecturer. 7:30 pm, BMU auditorium.

 

 

 

Thursday, April 3

Anthropology Forum “On the Kibaoni (Tanzania) Site” by Tony Waters, Sociology, and Chris O’Brien, Anthropology. 4 pm, Ayres 120.

Dance Argentinean company Tango Buenos Aires performs. Tickets: $10–22. 7:30 pm, Laxson. University Box Office, x6333

Theatre Communicating Doors. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Friday, April 4

Humanities Center Symposium “Reconceiving Catholic Sexuality: The Rhythm Method and American Catholicism in the 1960s” by Micki Lennon, Religious Studies. 3 pm, Trinity 126.

Political Science Forum “Meet the New Chico City Council Member” by Scott Gruendl. 3 pm, Butte 101.

Biology Seminar “Genetic Determinants and Cellular Mechanisms Underlying Resistance to Excitotoxic Neurodegeneration” by Elyse Schauwecker, University of Southern California. 4 pm, Holt 170.

Mathematics Colloquium “Random Matrices” by Steven Evans, UC Berkeley. 4 pm, Holt 185.

Theatre Communicating Doors. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Saturday, April 5

Theatre Communicating Doors. Tickets: $6–12. 7:30 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Comedy Touring comedy acts. Tickets: $4–6 at the door. 8 pm, Wildcat Den, BMU basement.

Sunday, April 6

Theatre Communicating Doors. Tickets: $6–12. 2 pm, Harlen Adams Theatre. University Box Office, x6333

Museum of Anthropology Lecture “Food and Cultural Identity: How Rice Helps Koreans to Know About Themselves” by Michael Reinschmidt, Sociology/Anthropology. 7 pm, Ayres 106. University Box Office, x6333

Wildcat Athletics

Baseball—Nettleton Stadium

Friday, March 14 vs. San Francisco State; 7 pm — Conference Game

Saturday, March 15 vs. San Francisco State; 1 pm — Conference Game

Sunday, March 16 vs. San Francisco State; noon — Conference Game

Softball—University Field

Friday, March 28 vs. Western Washington; 1 pm

Monday, March 31 vs. hosts Hawaii Pacific; 1 pm

Academic Information

March 17–21

Spring vacation—no classes held

César Chávez Day—campus closed

Exhibitions

Window Dressing New paintings by Sisko. Now–March 27. M–F, 8 am–
5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity.

Another World Works by four Bay Area artists are curated by the Gallery Production class. March 24–April 16. M–F, 8 am–5 pm; SA–SU, noon–4 pm. University Art Gallery, Taylor. Artists’ talk March 27, 6 pm, Ayres 106; reception 7 pm, gallery.

Stormalarista.
Works by art and computer science student Aaron Cuthbertson. April 1–17. M–F, 7 am–midnight; SA, 11 am–midnight; SU, noon–midnight. BMU Art Gallery, 3rd floor BMU. Reception April 1, 6 pm.

Figure Prints Mono prints by David Hoppe. Now–April 24. M–F, 8 am–
5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity.

On the Way to Guitarro
Graphite, crayon, acrylic, and block prints on plaster by Lynette Krehe. April 1–24. M–F, 8 am–5 pm. Humanities Center Gallery, Trinity. Reception April 4, 6 pm.

Closet Printmakers: Faculty Artists Print! Prints by Art and Art History faculty members Vernon Patrick, David Hoppe, James Kuiper, and retiring Marion Epting. March 13–April 27. M–F, 11 am–4 pm. Janet Turner Print Gallery, 2nd floor Laxson.

Wrapped in Beauty: Textile Reflections of Mayan Indian Lives in Guatemala Textiles from the Mayan Indian culture. Now–May 24. TU–SA, 11 am–3 pm. Museum of Anthropology, 3rd floor Langdon.

       

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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