Nov. 20, 2006

Calendar highlights:

* Fall semester break: no classes, Monday through Saturday

* Groundbreaking for Child Development Center, 2 p.m., Monday, south of Indian Village

* Thanksgiving Holiday, Thursday and Friday

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Department of Music to present Madrigal Feaste
The ASU Choirs will present the eighth Madrigal Feaste Nov. 30 – Dec. 2 at 6:30 p.m. in the Grand Hall, Fowler Center. The Chamber Singers and Dr. Dale Miller, director of choral activities, will host the evening’s entertainment. Wassail Bowl festivities begin at 6:15; seating begins at 6:30. The music will include traditional carols, brass fanfares, harpsichord solos, madMadrigal Feaste Singersrigals, and chansons to accompany a dinner worthy of royalty.
  Tickets for the Nov. 30 performance will b
e available through Nov. 27, and Dec. 2 tickets may be purchased through Nov. 29 at the ASU Central Box Office or by calling 972-2781 or (888) 278-3267. The Dec. 1 performance will be hosted by the Faculty Women’s Club, and tickets may be purchased from Carol Tinsley at 972-3234. All seats are reserved, and space is limited. Ticket prices are $35 for the general public, and $30 for ASU faculty, staff, students and senior citizens. Proceeds benefit the choir’s concert tour to Carnegie Hall in January 2008, and the choral scholarship program. For details, click on NewsPage.

Dr. Sydorenko to lead Greek study tour this spring
The Department of History and the College of Humanities and Social Sciences are sponsoring a 19-day study tour to Greece, tentatively scheduled for May 6-24, 2007. Dr. Alexander Sydorenko, History, will lead the tour, which will provide an exploration of ancient Greek history, civilization, and art from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic period. The program will include visits to all major historical and archeological sites, as well as to significant museum collections on the mainland. The study tour will consist of two separate interim summer history courses. Participants will earn six hours of undergraduate or graduate academic credit, or they may choose to audit the class. For costs and information, contact Dr. Sydorenko at 972-3257 or, or click on NewsPage.

Bookstore to host event for faculty and staff
The ASU Bookstore will host its Faculty and Staff Appreciation Event on Tuesday, Nov. 28, from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. Receive a 35% discount on selected merchandise. Gift cards are excluded. Meet, greet and mingle like there’s no class tomorrow!

Fall break for Inside ASU 
Due to the university's fall semester break, Inside ASU will not be published Wednesday, Nov. 22, or Friday, Nov. 24. Publication will resume Monday, Nov. 27.

Maintain, don't gain: the Holiday challenge
Reminder: ASU's Wellness and Health Promotion Department's "Maintain Don't Gain Holiday Challenge" has begun. The initial weigh-in continues today and Tuesday of this week in the HPESS complex, Room 134. Each participant's goal will be to gain no more than two pounds between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. For more details, click on Wellness and Health or call Chris Enger at ext. 3974.

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