October 21, 2002

This week's highlights:

* Russian State Chorus, tonight

Indian football vs. New Mexico State, Saturday, 6 p.m.

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Fall Back Sunday to standard time
Reminder . . . Daylight Saving Time will end in the wee hours Sunday morning.  Don't be "unfashionably early" for your Sunday morning commitments; set your clocks, watches, cell phones, fax machines, and other devices back one hour.

United Way Campaign at ASU
As of noon Monday, ASU faculty and staff have committed more than $6,550 to the annual campaign for United Way of Greater Jonesboro.  Great work so far!  Great prizes will be awarded in the campus campaign; we'll list them next week.  In the meantime, contact Dawn Tucker, dtucker@astate.edu, for more information.  When you "Choose to Care," you make a difference.

Groundbreaking Saturday
A partnership announcement with St. Bernards Healthcare and a groundbreaking ceremony for the Student Health Center will be Saturday at 4 p.m. at the site, just south of Indian Stadium.

Caraway Road closing postponed 
The closing of Caraway Road on the south side of the main campus has been postponed until December, after the fall semester is concluded.  The closing will facilitate construction projects.

Technology Fair 2002
Disability Services will present its annual Technology Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 30. Devices, equipment, software and hardware will be demonstrated for students, faculty, staff and the public from 9 a.m. until 2 p.m. in the Carl R. Reng Center Ballroom.  Admission is free.

KASU membership campaign
Thanks to all faculty and staff who are volunteering to assist with the on-air membership drive for KASU-FM, the public broadcasting service of ASU.  The drive continues throughout this week, so consider calling in your pledge to 972-2200.  Our continuing support will help ensure the quality programming
Fowler Center and Lecture~Concert Series
The Russian State Chorus will give the next presentation in the Fowler Center Series, tonight (Monday, Oct. 21).  Tickets are available through the new online system at:
http://tickets.astate.eduFormer Green Party vice presidential candidate Winona LaDuke will speak as part of the Lecture~Concert Series Thursday evening, and admission is free. Both events start at 7:30 p.m. in Fowler Center.  KASU and the Lecture~Concert Series will present Gyorgy Sandor on Thursday, Oct. 31.

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