Arts, Events, Speakers

Thursday, February 26

Anthropology Forum Laurie Wermuth, Sociology, presents "The Social Structural Influences on Disease and Death." 4 p.m., Ayres 120.

Friday, February 27

Ethics Lecture Gerald Dworkin, Professor of Philosophy from UC Davis and an internationally recognized expert on issues surrounding physician-assisted suicide, will speak at 2 p.m. in PAC 134.

Biology Seminar Sam Beattie, Food and Science and Technology Department, University of Tennessee, presents "Controlling the Fungus amongst Us: The Control of Molds in Food and Feed." Beattie is a candidate for the faculty position in Food Science; the presentation is a summary of his most recent research. Coffee at 3:30 p.m., Holt 171; Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170.

Event The English Department hosts, "Working Ideas," a presentation featuring fall '97 Freshman Composition classes and their compilation of selected essays. Reception follows. Public welcome. 3 p.m., University Center.
Randy Wonzong directs Death by a Thousand Lies.

Theatre Death by a Thousand Lies. Written and directed by Randy Wonzong, this play is an historical account of the "red-scare" tactics used by the Committee on Un-American Activities to end the National Theatre Program. Advance tickets: $5-$7.7:30 p.m., Wismer Theatre.t
The Brubeck Brothers

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 festivities for all ages presented by the Music Department. Workshops include David Rothe on the organ, Bob Bowman on Gershwin, Sylvie Beaudette on prepared piano, and fiddling by Danny Overholt. Performing Arts Center. Call Bob Bowman for more information, x4043.

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 is an internationally renowned vocalist, who will be joined by conductor James Bankhead and fellow faculty member William Ramsey in this fund-raiser for student scholarships. A ticket price of $50 includes premium reserved seating and an invitation to a special post- performance reception. Advance tickets: $10-$50. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.t

Monday, March 2
Cyrus Chestnut, jazz/gospel pianist

Concert Cyrus Chestnut, a classically trained pianist who plays jazz and gospel, offers compositions that blend traditional and modern jazz for a technically challenging and playful sound. Advance tickets: $10-12. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.

Tuesday, March 3

Workshop "Life In the Stressed Lane." Barbara Furry, Nursing, discusses stress response as it relates to cardiovascular disease and suggests ways to better manage your stress. Noon- 1 p.m., Kendall 209. z

Thursday, March 5

Theatre Wind in the Willows, a production by Chico Youth Theatre, teaches about the value of friendship and the delicate balance that connects our world. Advance tickets: $6-8. 7 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.t

Friday, March 6

Biology Seminar Speaker and topic to be announced. Coffee at 3:30 p.m., Holt 171; lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170.

Friday-Sunday, March 6-8

Outdoors Backpacking trip along the Redwood Coast. 4 p.m., Cost: $54-67. y

Saturday, March 7

Concert Chico Symphony Orchestra: Music of Mexico features both classics and original compositions. Advance tickets: $8-15. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium. t

Sunday, March 8

Event Just for Kids! Concert, an annual event presented by the Chico Symphony brings "Las Maderas que Cantan—The Wood that Sings," performed by an internationally acclaimed ensemble, Marimba Yajalon. Advance tickets: $4. 3 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.t

Wildcat Athletics s

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.

Saturday, March 7

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

Academic Information

March 1

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

March 9

A $10 late fee for each submission of a Change of Program (COP) form begins.
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