Arts, Events, and Speakers
Wed.-Sun., September 10-13
Carly Seward (Gretchen) and Jeff Duncan (Lutz) in a scene from
the operetta The Student Prince, directed by Tim Herman. An
operetta is a musical-dramatic production, like an opera, but
is much more light-hearted and sentimental than an opera, and
has appeal for a wider audience. James Bankhead, the musical
director for the show, said, "The Student Prince has beautiful
melodies, and is charming and happy. Tim Herman has a very
fine cast, and excellent crew." The Student Prince will run
from September 10-12, 7:30 p.m. and September 13, 2 p.m. in
Laxson. (photo Jeff Teeter)
Thursday, September 10
Anthropology Forum "The 5-Star Museum: A Tourist's Dilemma" presented by Keith L. Johnson, Director of Museum of Anthropology. 4 p.m., Ayres 120.
Friday, September 11
Biology Seminar Alzada C. Kistner, author of An Affair with Africa: Expeditions and Adventures across a Continent highlights her work in Africa with husband David Kistner, professor emeritus of biological sciences. Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170, coffee precedes.
Sunday, September 13
Outdoors Explore Deer Creek, a volcanic canyon with abundant wildlife. 8 a.m., Cost: $10-15.y
Thursday, September 15
Event Comedian Tommy Chong, formerly of Cheech and Chong, and his wife, Shelby perform. Tickets: $6-8. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.
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 and Gender Studies. Noon-1 p.m., BMU 222.
Thursday, September 17
Tour Galleries and campus museumsone-hour walking tour with the Museum of Anthropology. Noon, Langdon 301.
|Le Ballet du Senegal|
Fri-Sat, September 18-19
Music Workshop featured guest is John Bloomfield, Facutly Chairman of the Dorothy Tauloman Institute of Piano. Special performance, Saturday. For details, call Robert Bowman x4043 or the Music Dept. x5152. Cost: $10-30.
Friday, September 18
Biology Seminar "Overseas Plastic Surgery." Chico's Donald Mangus, M.D., of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, discusses the challenges of reconstructive procedures and the socio-economics in foreign countries. Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170, coffee precedes.
Sat-Sun, September 19-20
Outdoors Lassen Park Backpacking includes instruction on map/compass use and natural resource interpretation. 8 a.m. Cost: $37-45.y
Sunday, September 20
Concert The Persuasions, together for thirty years, and The House Jacks, an a
capella group, share the stage for an evening of soul and harmony. Tickets: $15-18. 8:30
p.m., Laxson Auditorium.t
Saturday, September 12
Soccer vs. CSU, Stanislaus; Men's 12:30 p.m.; Women's 3 p.m., University Soccer Stadium.
Thursday, September 17
Soccer vs. Hawaii Pacific University Men's 3 p.m., University Soccer Stadium.
Filing period for a California teaching credential expected in December 1998.
Now-December 2 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 Finanacial 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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