Arts, Events, and Speakers
Sat.-Sun., September 5-6
Outdoors Song, games, and stories on a Full Moon Camp-Out. 5 p.m., Cost: $10-15.y
Wed.-Sun., September 9-13
The Student Prince (photo Jeff Teeter)
Opera The Student Prince looks at the life of a young man forced to choose between love and duty. This production, with a cast of thirty-five, a lively score, and gala costumes, promises to entertain. Advance tickets: $13-20. 7:30 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.t
Friday, September 11
Alzada C. Kistner
Biology Seminar Alzada C. Kistner, author of An Affair with Africa: Expeditions and Adventures across a Continent highlights her and husband, Emeritus Professor David Kistner's lives and work in this untamed setting. Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170. Coffee precedes.
Sunday, September 13
Outdoors A must-do day hike to Deer Creek. 8 a.m., Cost: $10-15.y
Wednesday, September 16
Discussion Conversations on Diversity: Ted Singelis, Psychology, begins the series with "What You Don't Say Can Shout Across Cultures." Sponsored by Center for Multicultural Gender Studies. Noon-1 p.m., BMU 222.
Filing period for a California teaching credential expected in December 1998.
Spring 1999 TRACS course request period and January 1999 Intersession "real-time" registration period.
End of TRACS course Add/Drop period, without permission from instructor or department chair, and DROP DEADLINE for Financial Aid credit.
Limited Course Add/Drop period with serious and compelling reason, approval of instructor, department chair, and dean. COP process must be used.
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