Events 11/30-12/6

Posted: November 30, 2010 by ryanburdick4400 in Events

Featured Event

  1. Fri, Dec. 3rd, 3pm-4pm
  2. This information meeting will be followed by a reception and give students to opportunity to answer their questions regarding the SAC major. Mandatory for all concentrators. Please read more in under Fri. 12/3.

Wed. 12/1

  1. 4pm-7:30pm, School of Public Health, 1690 Lane Aud, Free!
  2. Come join us for the Emmy award-winning film adaptation of Randy Shilts’s best-selling chronicle of the emergence of HIV/AIDS in America and the fight against bureaucracy and society for a cure. A group of doctors at the CDC embark on a quest to find the source of HIV and discover a cure, while their efforts are thwarted by an ambivalent government and a turf war between self-interested researchers. This impassioned film stands as animpressive and important document of one of the darkest eras in modern human history and a tribute to the spirit of those who sought to save lives.
  1. 5pm-, Sava’s Restaurant, State St.
  2. Just mention the FVSA and Sava’s will donate a portion of your bill to supporting our organization!

Fri. 12/3

  1. 3pm-4pm followed by Reception, North Quad, Dinning Hall
The Screen Arts and Cultures Department is holding a student meeting on Friday, Dec 3, from 2-4 PM in Room 2055 North Quad.  Critical information about advising in the Department will be discussed.  There will also be presentations on
– internships
– honors,
–  and departmental funding of student projects.
This is also a great opportunity to meet SAC faculty and hear about their areas of research, creative work , and teaching expertise, to learn about upcoming classes,
Learn about the FVSA (Film Video Student Association), and meet other students concentrating in SAC.
Snacks will be provided.

This meeting is MANDATORY for declared SAC concentrators and for students thinking of concentrating in SAC.

Sat. 12/4

  • Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Midnight Movie
  1. 11:59pm, State Theater, $6.

Sun. 12/5

  • The Other City
  1. 3pm-6pm, Shapiro Library, Shapiro Screening Room, Free!
  2. “In every city, there’s another city that visitors rarely see. But this other city isn’t just anywhere—it’s in Washington, D.C. The very city that is home to the capitol of the most powerful country in the world has an HIV/AIDS rate the nation’s highest. The Other City is a tribute to ordinary people struggling to live their lives in dignity, to the compassionate ones who lessen their pain, and to those who stand up to fight the spread of HIV/AIDS every day.”
Mon. 12/6
  1. 7pm, Angel Hall, Rm. 3222, Free!
  2. “How I Write,” the speaker series where authors and community members discuss the challenges, strategies, and stories of the writing process returns Monday December 6th in 3222 Angell Hall. “How I Write” is an informal gathering fueled my humor, humility, and curiosity about moving from an idea to a finished product, and the surprises that come along the way. This event is open to the public, but seating is limited.The December 6 event features speakers* Christopher Farah, writer/director of “Answer This!” and UM/English alum
    * Stefanie Murray, Real Time Engagement Director at 

    This event is co-sponsored by the Sweetland Center for Writing, the English Department Writing Program, and the Undergraduate English Association.

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