Arts, Events, and Speakers
Thursday, September 24
Meeting London Sememster 1999 meeting presented by the College of Humanities and Fine Arts. Call Brooks Thorlaksson for details, x5351. 4 p.m., PAC 134.
Anthropology Forum Greg White presents "Time, Warp, and Weft: New Evidence for the Prehistory of Basket Making in Northern California." 4 p.m., Ayres 120.
Concert S&L Music presents The Blues Journey. Sponsored by AS. Programming. Tickets: $2-4. 8-10 p.m., BMU Garden Cafe.
Friday, September 25
Biology Seminar David L. Brown, "Eco-hydrological Research Opportunities along the Aquatic-Terrestrial Interface." Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170. Coffee precedes.
Saturday, September 26
Lecture/Book-signing Beau Grosscup, Political Science, speaks and signs his book, The Newest Explosions of Terrorism: Latest Sites of Terrorism in the 90s and Beyond. 7-9 p.m., Barnes and Noble, 2031 Whitman Ave.
Sunday, September 27
Chamber Music Series Faculty and local guest musicians. Tickets: $10-12. 2 p.m., Rowland-Taylor Hall.
Monday, September 28
Lecture "Geology and the Politics of Scarcity." Robert Frodeman, invited as a President's Visiting Scholar, will speak on the relationship of sciences to epistemology, aesthetics, ethics, public policy, politics, and education. 5-6 p.m., PAC 134.
Randy Wonzong, Theatre Arts
Theatre The Women, directed by Randy Wonzong. Advance tickets: $6-8. 7:30 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m., Wismer Theatre. t
Wednesday, September 30
Discussion Conversations on Diversity: "Mending the Hoop: Meeting the Needs of Our Local Indian Community," Diana Flannery. Sponsored by CMGS. Noon-1 p.m., BMU 222.
Thursday, October 1
Lecture Bob Marley Retrospective with Roger Steffens, founding editor of Beat Magazine and author of Bob Marley Spirit Dancer. Public welcome. 7:30 p.m., BMU.
Friday, October 2
Biology Seminar "The Southwest Earth Studies Program: An Educational Experiment in Science, Philosophy, and Public Policy," presented by Robert Frodeman, University of Tennessee, Chattanooga. Lecture 4 p.m., Holt 170, coffee precedes.
Homecoming and Parents day
Saturday, October 3
|Matalin and Carville|
Event Mary Matalin and James Carville, well-known political adversaries and top campaign advisers to Bush and Clinton, respectively, will debate the merits of each other's viewpoints. Ed Rollins, Chico State alum and nationally-known political consultant, will act as mediator. Matalin and Carville are the married authors of All's Fair: Love, War, and Running for President. This will be a popular Homecoming weekend event. Get your tickets early! Advance tickets: $35. 7:30 p.m., Laxson Auditorium.
Saturday-Sunday, Oct 3-4
Music Chico Symphony's first concert The Romantics includes Balcom's Comedia, Mendelssohn's Concerto for Violin in E Minor and soloist Bill Barbini, one of Northern California's finest concerto violinists. Tickets: $12-15. 7:30 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m., Harlen Adams Theatre. t
Satruday-Sunday, Oct. 3-4
Outdoors Bucks Lake Wilderness Backpack. 8
a.m., Cost: $34-42. y
Thursday-Saturday, Oct 22-24
Conference Gender as Performance combines performers and scholarly presentations with panels by local students to discuss and make connections between art, gender theory, and individual lives. Speakers include actor, author, and teacher Anna Deavere Smith and author and teacher Kira Hall. For details/registration, call Carol Burr, x4131, or Elizabeth Renfro, x6319.
Friday, Sept 25 vs. CSU, Bakersfield; 7 p.m.
Saturday, Sept 26 vs. CSU, Stanislaus; 7 p.m.
SoccerUniversity Soccer Stadium.
Saturday, Sept 26 vs. UC, Davis; Women's 1 P.M; Men's 3 p.m.
Tuesday, Sept 29 vs. Sonoma State University; Women's 3 p.m.
Wednesday, Sept 30 vs. Sonoma State University; Men's 3 p.m.
Saturday, Oct 3
Chico Rooks Exhibition 2 p.m.; Women's vs Humboldt State University; 4 p.m.
Deadline: Course proposal for Continuing Education Intersession.
Restricted Course Add/Drop period.
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