Media Calendar for Week of December 5-11
GE FREE SONOMA COUNTY VIDEO - Educational video to inform the public about the "future of food" and genetically engineered products, and to bring attention to the "GE Free Sonoma County" petition and special election. Donations will be accepted, but are not required for admission. 4 p.m., Monday, Dec. 6, The Cooperage, (707) 664-2561.
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT TEA HOUR - Noon, Tuesday Dec. 7, Multipurpose Room, Student Union. The students will bring international food and will play games for prizes. Everyone is invited. Jan Beaulyn, 4-2582.
MAKING PEACE IN A POST-9/11 WORLD - Lecture by Jason Mark, Publicity Director of The Global Exchange, San Francisco. War and Peace Lecture Series. 4 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 7, Darwin 108, (707)664-2543.
LECTURE WITH JEANNE WOODFORD - The new head of the California Department of Corrections, and an SSU alumna, lectures on "The Importance of Community Involvement in Assisting Offenders Reintegrate into Society." Osher Lifelong Learning Institute Holiday Lecture Series. 9 a.m. Wednesday, Dec. 8, Evert B. Person Theatre, Barbara Brooks, (707) 664-2619.
CRISIS IN THE SUDAN - Associated Students Productions presents a free program on the humanitarian crisis in the Sudan with guest speakers from Amnesty International and American Friends Service Committee. 7 p.m. Dec. 8, Silver Strand Room, Student Recreation. ASP, (707) 664-2382.
STARTING DOCUMENTATION EARLY IN THE PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT CYCLE - Lecture presented by Linda Urban focuses on how starting technical documentation early can result in an improved product, as well as better documentation. Writers will learn techniques for planning and developing the documentation while the product is still in the development phase. Computer Science Colloquium. Noon, Thursday, Dec. 9, Darwin 108, (707) 664-2667.
GEOLOGY DEPARTMENT LECTURE SERIES - Bob McLaughlin of USGS presents a lecture on Neogene volcanism, sedimentary basins, evolution of the right-stepped Rodgers Creek-Maacama fault system, and northward transition from transform to subduction of Northern California. Noon, Thursday, Dec. 9, Darwin 337, (707) 664-2334.
BIOLOGY COLLOQUIUM - James Castle of the Department of Biology at SSU presents "Burrowing Owls: Interaction with Wind Turbines and Implications for Management and Conservation." 4:15 p.m., Thursday, Dec. 9, Darwin 108, (707) 664-2189.
REMEMBER THE NIGHT - Barbara Stanwyck plays an accused jewel thief bailed out of jail by a sympathetic District Attorney (Fred MacMurray) who takes her home to meet his family for Christmas. General admission is $4.50; $4 for non-SSU students w/I.D., senior citizens, and SSU faculty and staff, $3 for SFI members and children under 12; free for SSU students with I.D. Sonoma Film Institute. 7 p.m., Friday, Dec. 10, Warren Auditorium, (707) 664-2606.