Arts, Events, and Speakers
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month.

Thursday, October 2

Lecture Professor Chris O'Brien continues the Anthropology Forum with "Ecosystmens and Archeology," a discussion on how an understanding of the human and environmental past, as determined from archaelogical data, can translate into policies for effective management of natural resources ensuring abundance and stability. 4 p.m., Ayres 120.

Friday, October 3

Event Shapiro and Smith Dance provide an evening of stimulating entertainment for the psyche, combining humor, sarcasm, and athletics. Dance? Yes, in the most unique way. Tickets: $10-15. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. t

Outdoors A three-day getaway to the Redwood Coast led by AO; though beautiful and revitalizing, prepare for strenuous hiking: 6-8 miles per-day. Leave 4 p.m. Cost: $42-54.y

Friday-Sunday, October 3-5

Seminar Recertification for Emergency Medical Technician sponsored by AO. Cost: $49, 6-9 p.m. y

Monday, October 6

Forum Breast Cancer Awareness with Becky Damozo, RN, MSN, PNP, sponsored by the Campus Wellness Center, noon-1 p.m., Glenn 125.

Tuesday, October 7

Exhibit "The Wall of Hope" will be displayed every Tuesday in October during Breast Cancer Awareness Month, 10 a.m.-2 p.m., BMU lobby.

Forum Byron Jackson, Assistant Dean, CBSS, and Political Science, will speak on "The National Canadian Election: The Politics of Regionalism," as part of the International Forum series, 4 p.m., Ayres 120.

Wednesday, October 8

Blood Drive Staff Council Blood Drive, 10 a.m.-4 p.m., BMU 107-108.

Concert Jump Out Boys capture the attention of Noon Concert goers. Free Speech Area. #

Event Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures' Fourth Annual German Day. Faculty-presented workshops and guest lectures by Ula Schweer-Skrivanek, Education, Stanford University and Dr. Roland Meinert, Director of Language of the Goethe Institute, San Francisco. Call x5388 or Dr. Magda Mueller, x6195, for more information. 10 a.m.- 3 p.m.

Seminar Bill Burroughs of Burrows Ranch Hunting Club will speak on "Innovative, Hands-on Teaching Approaches in Agriculture, "12:10-1:00 p.m., Plumas 203B.

Thursday, October 9

Reading Jean Valentine will read her poetry as part of the Writer's Voice Series. 7:30 p.m., University Center. Public invited, admission free.

Friday, October 10

Workshop Staff Development is offering "Personal Safety Training: Two Parts." Laura Lindstadt-Denney instructs about the types of people who prey on others, how they target, approach, and test a "good" victim. Learn self-defense, including verbalization. Call Kelly Tingley, x6171.

Concert Come reminisce with Blue Plate Special as the 1940s Big Band era is recreated. Rose Garden, 8 p.m. #

Seminar John Mahoney, new faculty member in Biological Sciences, will present "Evasion of Host Phagocyte Defense: A Novel Escherichia coli Virulence Factor" as part of the Omicron Theta Epsilon series. 4 p.m., Holt 170.

Saturday-Sunday, October 11-12

Outdoors Catch up with AO on the techniques of mountain biking, equipment, conditioning, and more while exploring the wilds of Nothern California, with other novices. Leave 8 p.m. Cost: $29-36. y

Academic Calendar

Monday, October 6

Change of Program submissions will now be $10 each.

Wednesday, October 8

Last day to apply for December `97 bachelor's degree.

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Saturday, October 4

Soccer Women's vs. San Francisco State University, 2 p.m., soccer field.

Tuesday, October 7

Soccer Women's vs. Sonoma State University, 2 p.m.; Men's, 4 p.m., soccer field.

Saturday, October 11

Soccer Men's vs. San Francisco State University, 2 p.m., soccer field.

Volleyball Conference Game: CSU, Stanislaus, 7 p.m., Acker Gym.
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