This is Palestinian Awareness Week. Also, the entire month is
Kaleidoscope Month, with Asian Awareness events going on
Able-bodied students, faculty and administrators drag race in
Fri Nov 5th from 11am to 2pm
VSO(Vietnamese Student Organization) Picnic this Saturday November
6th, 12PM @ Lake Wauberg
Free food and games
Palestinian Culture Night on Friday the 5th, co-sponsored with
Arabic Cultural Association. Come out for a taste of the rich and
very much alive
Palestinian culture with food, traditional and modern music,
(a.k.a. hookah, the water pipe), and folk dance NEB(New
Engineering Building) 101 8pm
RECURSO's 2nd Annual Founder's Day Gala: tomorrow the 4th at 7pm
in the Rion ballroom of the Reitz Union.
Museum Nights: Thursday Nov 4 from 6:30-9pm
The Chocolate Exhibit.
I don't know for sure there'll be free food there, but since it's
a chocolate exhibit, it's possible.
Rock the Campus:
Saturday the 6th from 12pm-3:30pm, there'll be a couple radio
stations broadcasting live from Yulee Pit, Graham, Lakeside and
Springs Complex. They always bring stuff for giveaways.
Thursday, Nov. 4th at 7:30PM, TUR 2322
The "Who Killed Vincent Chin?" documentary will be shown. This is
a documentary that discusses the death of Vincent Chin, a Chinese
American who was mistaken for a Japanese person, and then brutally
beaten to death at Detroit. This case brings to light some Asian
American identities and issues.
Lady Monarchs and STAAR present: ?Racial Profiling? Discussion
Thursday, November 4th 7:30PM CSE 119
Have you ever been?
- Scrutinized while shopping at your favorite store?
- Unjustly searched or questioned?
- Stopped by a cop b/c you look a certain way
Come check out the discussion this Thursday!
There is some kind of new online study aid.
It's not permanently free, but all can use the service for free
until January 1; go to: http://www.learnerslibrary.com
Just click on "join" and then "free access". Use discount code:
or go to http://learnerslibrary.com/rmpbs and try it out
Tonight: Speaker ~ Dr. Mazin Qumsiyeh, co-founder of Al-Awda, the
Palestine Right to Return Coalition, also addressed the UN about a
ago, author of 3 books including Sharing the Land of Canaan,
teaching at Yale University as well as giving other talks. His
address possible peace solutions to the conflict, Iraq, and the
US policy in the region, as well as other issues. Highly
8pm in CSE 121
HBO documentary, Death in Gaza (co-sponsored with Gator Greens
and the Progressive Film Series) 8pm at Orange and Brew in Reitz
The Film Series: Flicks Every Jew Should See-"Annie Hall"
Description: Led by the JCSC, Sam, these movies were selected for
their witty comedic scripts and their thoughtful direction. Some
films will explore the Jewish experience, others the American
experience and others will simply explore different aspects of
every day life.
Sunday, November 07, 2004
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