Nov. 28, 2005

This week:

* Holiday Celebration,
Student Union,
Tuesday, 1 p.m.

* Sir Harold Evans
in Lecture-Concert
Series, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
Student Union

* Madrigal Feaste, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 1-2,
Fowler Center; call Ticket Office

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Delta Blues Symposium, call for papers
The committee planning the Delta Blues Symposium for March 30 and April 1, 2006, has issued its annual call for scholarly papers.  The theme for the 12th annual event is "Delta Diversity."  Click here to access the call for papers.

Holiday celebration is Tuesday at Student Union
The annual holiday celebration conducted by the student leadership organizations will be at 1 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 29, at center court of the Student Union.  Everyone is invited.

Football team headed to New Orleans Bowl

Congratulations to Coach Steve Roberts and the ASU Indians who will represent the Sun Belt Conference at this year's New Orleans Bowl on Tuesday, Dec. 20.  Because of Hurricane Katrina, this year's bowl will be played in Lafayette, La.  The opponent, yet to be named by the bowl committee, will represent the Conference USA. Click here for details.

Sir Harold Evans to be on campus Nov. 30
Sir Harold Evans, author of the
critically acclaimed book, “They Made America: Innovators from Steam Engines to Search Engines: Two Centuries of Innovators,” will discuss his work during the next presentation in the Lecture-Concert Series on Wednesday, Nov. 30.  Click here for details.

Development offers holiday poinsettias
The ASU Development Office's annual poinsettia sale is still underway.  At $8 each, the plants are in six-inch pots wrapped in gold foil with a festive bow.  Interested individuals may place an order by calling 972-3940, or e-mailing The poinsettias will be available for pick-up on Monday, Dec. 5, from noon until 2 p.m., at the Fowler Center.

Benefits enrollment continues through Nov. 30
Human Resources will continue to conduct benefits open enrollment for the 2006 year through Wednesday, Nov. 30. 
This is time changes and additions can be made.  Individuals who have not done so are encouraged to make an appointment with their HR representative.

Creative cooking for non-traditional students
Non-traditional students are invited to a class on Creative Cooking Wednesday, Nov. 30, in the Mockingbird Room of the Student Union.  The emphasis will be "How to cook on a budget, creatively," a big help for this group. The Sodexho team will assist with the cooking session, which was rescheduled from its original date at the Edge.

Concerts scheduled for Dec. 5 and 6
The Department of Music will present concerts next week. The Tribe, a jazz band, will perform Monday, Dec. 5, and The Ringers, a handbell choir, will present Christmas favorites on Tuesday, Dec. 6.  Both events are free and begin at 7:30 p.m. in Riceland Hall of Fowler Center.  Click on the links to see more details: The Tribe or The Ringers.

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