INSIDE Chico State
0 December 4, 2003
Volume 34 Number 6
  A publication for the faculty, staff, administrators, and friends of California State University, Chico
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Briefly Noted

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Briefly Noted

David Colson to Appear at Carnegie Hall

David Colson, Music, will be a guest musician at Carnegie Hall on Dec. 4. Colson will perform the New York premiere of composer Poul Ruders' De Profoundis for two pianos and percussion, which Colson has recorded with the piano duo Quattro Mani. "Playing at Carnegie Hall is always exciting," Colson said. "This is my third time, and the thrill never diminishes. Just standing in the hall, you feel the energy of its history." Colson will play a variety of percussion instruments, including Chinese cymbals, a Bali gong, timpani, bass drum, and African log drums.

Cross Country Teams Finish Fourth at Nationals

The men's and women's cross country teams placed fourth at the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II Championships on Nov. 22 in Raleigh, North Carolina. The fourth-place finishes are the best in school history for both programs. Earlier in November, both teams took home West Region titles. It was the first West Region championship for the women, and the men's second straight title.

Soccer 'Cats Advance to Final Four

With a win over Midwestern State University in the quarterfinals, the men's soccer team advanced to the Final Four. The Wildcats outshot Midwestern in the NCAA Division II Championship Tournament held Nov. 22 in Wichita Falls, Texas. The team will travel to Virginia Beach, Virginia, for the semifinals on Dec. 5, marking the 'Cats first trip to the Final Four since 1980. Earlier in November, the team captured its first California Collegiate Athletic Assocation championship, and head coach Mike O'Malley was named the conference's Coach of the Year.

Theatre and Music Departments Support Chico High Program

CSU, Chico faculty, staff, and students are presenting minicourses for students in Chico High's new Performing Arts Academy, one of eight "smaller learning communities" at the high school. Chico High students interested in the performing arts participate in the creation of stage productions from the ground up. Participants include theatre faculty and staff Mike Johnson, Bill Johnson, Cynthia Lammel, Gail Holbrook, and Marty Gilbert; and music faculty and staff Mike Bankhead, Bob Tolar, Jeff Gemmell, and Daun Hayes.

Toilet Paper Thief and Vandal Sought

Someone with a strange sense of what is fun to steal and destroy has stolen toilet paper and vandalized 150 dispensers on campus. Tehama Hall, O'Connell Technology Center, Meriam Library, Holt Hall, and temporary building restrooms have been wiped out, according to Don Sleeper, custodial manager and support services, Facility Management and Services. The crimes occurred the last week of October through Nov. 14. Sleeper estimates the labor costs for repairing the damage to be $4,000. There is a videotape of a suspect filmed in the library; someone walked in with a frame backpack and exited with the pack stuffed with toilet paper-shaped objects. Please report any suspicious activity to Sleeper at x6222.

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