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Art, Events, and Speakers

Thursday, February 19

CAPE Forum Human Cloning: biological, religious, and philosophical issues presented by Jeff Bell, Biological Sciences, Joel Zimbelman, Religious Studies, and Rob Stewart, Philosophy, and moderated by Becky White, Philosophy. 3:30 p.m., Holt 266.

Writers Voice Series Poet Scott Cairns reads from his collections, Theology of Doubt, Translations of Babel, and Figures for the Ghost. The collections are revisions/translations of traditional stories. Cairns directs the creative writing program at Old Dominion University and edits the North Texas University Poetry Series. Public welcome. 7:30 p.m., University Lounge.

Reading Miriam Máat-Ka-Re Monges will read from and discuss her new book, Kush: The Jewel of the Nile. 7 p.m., Barnes and Noble, 2031 Whitman Avenue, Chico.

Friday, February 20

Biology Seminar Luanna Putney, School of Medicine, UC, Davis, presents "Na-K-Cl Cotransport in Trabecular Meshwork Cells of the Eye." Coffee at 3:30 p.m., Holt 171; Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170.

Event Prelude to a Return: Images of Africa opening reception. Public welcome. 7-9 p.m., BMU, Third Floor Gallery.

Friday-Sunday, February 20-22

Outdoors Camp along Goat Rock State Reserve, historic Irish-like landscape. 4 p.m. Cost: $39-47. y

Sunday, February 22

Event Daniel Hiestand Memorial Concert fund-raiser for music education featuring vocal and orchestral performances. Donations welcome. 3 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre.

Tuesday, February 24

Workshop Michael Iles of Butte Culinary Academy demonstrates how to prepare a delicious low-fat meal for you and a guest. Reservations limited. Cost: $10. 4-7 p.m., Butte Culinary Academy, located in Selvester's Cafe. z

Theatre Death by a Thousand Lies written, adapted for the stage, and directed by faculty member Randy Wonzong. Advance tickets: $5-$7. 7:30 p.m., Wismer Theatre. t

Wednesday, February 25

Discussion "Linguistic Diversity in the Modern World." English Department faculty Sara Trechter, Frank Li, and David Hargreaves ask, "Is linguistic diversity on the decline?"for Conversations on Diversity, sponsored by CMGS. Noon-1 p.m., BMU 222.

Agriculture Seminar "Using Portfolios in the College of Agriculture, " Patricia Delwiche, Noon, PLMS 203.

Workshop "Low Fat Is Where It's At." Cindy Wolff, Nursing, identifies ways to lower heart disease and lower the risk of stroke through your diet. Noon-1 p.m., Tehama 113. z

Concert "The Roots of Jazz." Galen Abdur-Razzaq performs and lectures on the origins of Black Music in America in honor of Black History Month. Tickets: $2-4. 8 p.m., BMU Garden Cafe. #

Theatre Death by a Thousand Lies. Advance tickets: $5-$7. 7:30 p.m., Wismer Theatre. t

Friday, February 27

Biology Seminar "Candidate for Either Plant Systematics or Food Science Position." Coffee at 3:30 p.m., Holt 171; Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170.

Theatre Death by a Thousand Lies. Advance tickets: $5-$7. 7:30 p.m., Wismer Theatre. t

Concert The Brubeck Brothers, Matthew, Daniel, and Christopher, sons of famed jazz pianist Dave Brubeck, bring a new sound and a glimpse of the future in jazz tradition. Advance tickets: $10-$18. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. t

Saturday, February 28

Theatre Death by a Thousand Lies. Advance tickets: $5-$7. 7:30 p.m., Wismer Theatre. t

Music Annual Keyboard Encounter. All day. Performing Arts Center.

Saturday-Sunday, February 28-March 1

Outdoors Adventure by the Trinity River. Camp and explore Del Loma limestone cave. 7 a.m. Cost: $37-48. y

Sunday, March 1

Theatre Death by a Thousand Lies. Advance tickets: $5-$7. 3 p.m., Wismer Theatre.t

Opera Viva Diva: Ying Yeh, Soprano. The new director of Chico State's Opera Workshop, Ying Yeh, an internationally renowned vocalist, will be joined by conductor James Bankhead and fellow faculty member William Ramsey in this fund-raiser for student scholarships. Advance tickets: $10-$50. A ticket price of $50 includes premium reserved seating and an invitation to a special post-performance reception. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. t

Wildcat Athletics s

Friday, February 20

Basketball vs. San Francisco State University; Women's 6 p.m.; Men's 8 p.m., Shurmer Gym.

Friday-Saturday, February 20-21

Baseball vs. Western Oregon University; 2 and 4 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.

Friday, February 27

Softball vs. San Francisco State University; 1:30 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.

Saturday, February 28

Softball vs. Sonoma State University; 1:30 p.m., Nettleton Stadium.

Track & Field vs. Cardinal and White Meet; 10 a.m., Soccer Field.

Academic Information

February 20

Census Date No adding or dropping of classes or change of grade option beyond this date without a serious and compelling reason approved by the instructor, department chair, and college dean. Last day for master's degree students not regularly enrolled to register for Adjunct Enrollment, REX students to pay fees without a late charge, and master's students to apply for a master's degree expected in May 1998.

Filing Period ends for California teaching credential expected in May 1998.

Sunday, March 1

Last Day to apply for a bachelor's degree expected in May 1998.
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