Nov. 7, 2007
TJ Leyden, tomorrow,
6 p.m., Student Union
Images in Changing Times,"
tomorrow, 2-3:15 p.m., ASU-TV Studio
Flicks " presents "Twister,"
tomorrow, 6 p.m.,
Lab Sciences 219
ASU Percussion Ensemble
tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., Fowler Center
ASU Theatre, "Beautiful Bodies,"
opens Friday, Nov. 9, 7:30 p.m., Fowler Center
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Dr. Fowler, journalism students, in
Dr. Gil Fowler,
Journalism, and four journalism students on a recent trip to Kuwait,
garnered substantial media exposure for ASU. Fowler and students
Sara Gay, Stephanie Fischer, Andrew Geswein, and Andrew Wilson
appeared on a Kuwait radio program Sunday, and quotations from
Fowler and the students appeared in a Kuwait News Agency (KUNA)
release, which was picked up by
The Kuwait Times, the Arabian Gulf's first daily paper, and
MENAFN, the Midle East North Africa Financial Network. Fowler and
the students were visiting the Gulf University for Science and
Dr. Elgelid presents at meeting
Dr. Staffan Elgelid, Physical Therapy,
presented "Gait from a
Perspective," during the fall meeting of the Arkansas Chapter of the
American Physical Therapy Association, held in Little Rock. The presentation observed gait from a first-person
perspective, paying particular attention to awareness of gait, and
then reviewed options to alter gait, focusing on rehabilitation and
athletic performance. Elgelid is a practitioner of the Feldenkrais
Method of somatic education, a form of mind-body development
focusing on the relationship of movement and thought.
Torchbearers Celebration Day has arrived
Today is Torchbearers Celebration Day. Any of the 585 Torchbearers
who missed this morning's breakfast buffet are welcome as guests at
the "We're Happy You're Ours" happy hour from 4-5 p.m. this
afternoon in the Heritage Lounge, third floor, Student Union. For
details, call Development at ext. 3940.
Seniors' Discover Diversity event planned for Friday
The Office of Undergraduate Admissions is hosting its Seniors'
Discover Diversity event Friday-Saturday, Nov. 9-10. This
event brings 75 students from across the state to ASU in a
leadership conference specifically designed for minority students
with GPAs of 3.0 or greater. Highlights of the event will include a
banquet, with Dr. Glen Jones, Diversity
Initiatives, as speaker, and an academic showcase, allowing students
to explore the offerings of various colleges and departments.
Students will also be able to take the American College Test (ACT)
while on campus.
University and area singers offer Carnegie
The University Singers Men's and Women's Choirs,
plus area singers who make up the community chorus, will present a
free-to-all preview of their Carnegie Hall program on Sunday, Nov. 11,
at 3 p.m., in Riceland Hall, Fowler Center. The singers will perform
in Carnegie Hall in January 2008 under the direction of Dr.
Dale Miller, director of choral activities. For details, call
Lit'l Bita Christmas
Arts and Crafts Show is this weekend
The ASU Department of Athletics will
present the 28th annual Lit'l Bita Christmas show in the Convocation
Center, Friday-Sunday, Nov. 9-11. The show opens at 12 p.m. on
Friday, and closes at 4 p.m. Sunday. Students, faculty, and staff
may bring friends and will be admitted free on Friday with a valid
ASU ID. For details,
contact the Indian Club's Vicki
Walker at ext. 2401.
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