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  Event Digest for 11/09 - 11/22


Th * American Patchwork. 1pm-2:30pm. (icenter)
   * CMP Seminar. 4pm-5:30pm. (icenter campus)
   * Robert Wokler: The Enlightenment Project on the Eve of the
       Holocaust: Ernst Cassirer's Vision. 4pm-. Stanford Humanities
       Center Annex. (campus)
   * AMERICAN TAPESTRY SCREENING. The Stanford Humanities Center. 
       7pm-8:30pm. AR4 Cummings Art Building. (SU.Films campus)
   * Proyeccion de la pelicula "Cosas que nunca te dije" (Isabel
       Coixet). Iberia, Asociación de españoles en Stanford. 
       7pm-8:45pm. 300-300. (campus icenter SU.Films)
   * Intro to Belly Dancing. Bechtel Ctr. 7:30pm-9pm. Dining Room. 
       (icenter) 
   * Volunteers in Nepal Info Meeting. Stanford Volunteers in Nepal. 
       8:30pm-. Columbae Lounge. (campus)
   * Meeting of Stanford Astronomical Society. Stanford Astronomical
       Society. 9pm-10pm. Varian Physics, R109. (campus)
   * SPF 2000: The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the
       Universe. Synergy House. 10pm-11:30pm. Synergy House lounge. 
       (SU.Films) 

F  * EndNote: Bibliographies made Easy. Lane Medical Library. 
       9am-10:30am. MITL Room M202. (campus)
   * Friday Morning Coffee. Bechtel Ctr. 10am-12am. Assembly Room. 
       (icenter) 
   * Friday Morning Coffee. 10am-12am. (campus)
   * Filmmaker Gregory Nava. The Humanities Center, El Centro Chicano. 
       11am-12pm. Bolivar House. (SU.Films campus)
   * China Fest 2000. ACSSS. 11:30am-1:30pm. White Plaza. (campus)
   * "Evolution, Empathy, and Ethics" - with Prof. William Hurlbut,
       Human Biology. Ethics at Noon, the Program in Ethics in
       Society. 12pm-1pm. Building 100, room 101K. (campus)
   * TGIF(CCIS). 2pm-6pm. (campus)
   * Book release and celebration honoring John L. Wilson. School of
       Medicine and Lane Medical Library. 3pm-4pm. Fairchild
       Auditorium. (campus)
   * Book release and celebration honoring John L. Wilson. School of
       Medicine and Lane Medical Library. 3pm-4pm. Fairchild
       Auditorium. (campus)
   * BASES Industry Thought Leaders Seminar. BASES, Stanford
       Technology Ventures Program, MS&E Dept.. Tim Koogle, CEO,
       Yahoo!. 4:30pm-5:45pm. Terman Auditorium. (campus)
   * Falun Gong exercise teaching. 5:30pm-6:30pm. The Oval. (campus)
   * H.M.S. Pinafore, comic operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan. The
       Stanford Savoyards. 8pm-. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. (campus)
   * Friday Morning Coffee. 10pm-12pm. (campus)

Sa * Wing Chun Kung Fu. Stanford University Wing Chun Student
       Association. 10am-1pm. Building 380, Basement. (campus)
   * Potluck lunch. Joint program with AAUW. 12pm-. Bechtel Ctr. 
       (icenter) 
   * Karate seminar w/ Sensei Mori (8th Dan). JKA Shotokan of
       Stanford. 12pm-5pm. Roble Gym. (campus)
   * Talk:"Women Studies in China". Joint program with AAUW. 1pm-. 
       (icenter) 
   * Special Sneak Preview: Q U I L L S. Stanford Film Society & Fox
       Searchlight Pictures. 7pm-9pm. Cubberley Auditorium (in the
       School of Education). (SU.Films)
   * H.M.S. Pinafore, comic operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan. The
       Stanford Savoyards. 8pm-. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. (campus)
   * HMS Pinafore. The Stanford Savoyards. 8pm-. Dinkelspiel
       Auditorium. (campus)

Su * Falun Gong exercise teaching (Free). 9am-11pm. Main Quad, in
       front of church. (campus)
   * HMS Pinafore. The Stanford Savoyards. 8pm-. Dinkelspiel
       Auditorium. (campus)

M  * International Play Ground. 10am-12am. (campus)
   * Introduction to Drawing. Bechtel Ctr. 1pm-3pm. Dining Room. 
       (icenter) 
   * Act for Children. 1pm-2pm. (campus)
   * * Dance Class *. Bechtel Student Association. 7pm-9pm. Bechtel
       Ctr, Assembly Room. (icenter)
   * Medicine and Humanities Lecture by Keith Wailoo: "Dying in the
       CIty of the Blues: Sickle Cell Anemia and the Politics of
       Race and Health in the 20th Century South". History of
       Philosophy and Science, Stanford Center for Biomedical
       Ethics, Stanford Anesthesia Department. 7pm-8pm. Lane History
       Building, Room 307. (campus)

Tu * F1 Visa Workshop. 3pm-5pm. (campus)
   * ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza. Bechtel Ctr and Italian Student
       Association. 6:30pm-. Bechtel Ctr, Dining Room. (campus)
   * ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza (ENGLISH SUBTITLES). Bechtel Ctr and
       Italian Student Association. 6:30pm-. Bechtel Ctr, Dining
       Room. (campus icenter)
   * Exercise class. 10pm-11pm. (campus)

W  * Workshop for New Departmental Administrators. 9am-10:30am. 
       (campus) 
   * MD Consult and SHINE. Lane Medical Library. 1pm-3pm. MITL Room
       M202. (campus)
   * Graduate Student Council. 6pm-. Bechtel Ctr, Back Lounge. 
       (icenter) 
   * Hearing Aid Design: Fundamentals and Challenges. IEEE-Engineering
       in Medicine & Biology Society (Santa Clara County Chapter). 
       Adnan Shennib, President & Founder of InSonus Medical. 6pm-. 
       Stanford Medical School, Room M114. (SU.Films)
   * Wing Chun Kung Fu. Stanford University Wing Chun Student
       Association. 7pm-10pm. Building 380, Basement. (campus)
   * VC For A Night. BASES. Jennifer Fonstad of Draper Fisher
       Jurvetson. 7:15pm-9:15pm. TBA. (campus)
   * Kundun - Martin Scorsese's film on the Dalai Lama. Stanford
       Friends of Tibet. 7:30pm-. Room 300-300 Main Quad. (campus)

Th * CAN JAPAN CHANGE? IS AN ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN JAPAN REAL?
       Takeshi Isayama, Former Commissioner, Japanese Patent Office,
       MITI. Asia/Pacific Research Center. Takeshi Isayama. 
       12pm-1:15pm. Encina Hall, east wing, third floor conference
       room. (campus)
   * American Patchwork. 1pm-2:30pm. (icenter)
   * Chinese History Colloquium with Speaker Elisabeth Koll. 
       Department of History and The Center for East Asian Studies. 
       4:15pm-5:30pm. 50-51P. (campus)
   * Proyeccion de la pelicula "Cosas que nunca te dije" (Isabel
       Coixet). Iberia, Asociación de españoles en Stanford. 
       7pm-8:45pm. 300-300. (SU.Films)
   * Intro to Belly Dancing. Bechtel Ctr. 7:30pm-9pm. Dining Room. 
       (icenter) 

F  * Creating Your Own Web Pages. Lane Medical Library. 9am-12pm. MITL
       Room M202. (campus)
   * Friday Morning Coffee. Bechtel Ctr. 10am-12am. Assembly Room. 
       (icenter) 
   * "The Ethics of Analysis: Social Science Research Methods and
       EnvironmentalProtection" - with Prof. Ron Mitchell, Intl.
       Policy Studies. Ethics at Noon, the Program in Ethics in
       Society. 12pm-1pm. Building 100, room 101K. (campus)
   * Falun Gong exercise teaching. 5:30pm-6:30pm. The Oval. (campus)

Sa * Wing Chun Kung Fu. Stanford University Wing Chun Student
       Association. 10am-1pm. Building 380, Basement. (campus)
   * The Poet of Columbus Avenue. Asian American Theatre Project. 
       8pm-. Asian American Activities Center Ballroom. (campus)

Su * Falun Gong exercise teaching (Free). 9am-11pm. Main Quad, in
       front of church. (campus)
   * Potluck/Music Night. CCIS. 6pm-. Dining & Assembly Room, Bechtel
       Ctr. (icenter)
   * Potluck supper and music night. CCIS. 6pm-. Bechtel Ctr. (icenter
       campus) 

M  * Introduction to Drawing. Bechtel Ctr. 1pm-3pm. Dining Room. 
       (icenter) 
   * * Dance Class *. Bechtel Student Association. 7pm-9pm. Bechtel
       Ctr, Assembly Room. (icenter)

Tu * F-1 visa workshop. 3pm-5pm. (campus)
   * ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza. Bechtel Ctr and Italian Student
       Association. 6:30pm-. Bechtel Ctr, Dining Room. (campus)
   * ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza (ENGLISH SUBTITLES). Bechtel Ctr and
       Italian Student Association. 6:30pm-. Bechtel Ctr, Dining
       Room. (campus icenter)

W  * Yoga Class. 4:30pm-6pm. (SU.Films)
   * Graduate Student Council. 6pm-. Bechtel Ctr, Back Lounge. 
       (icenter) 
   * Wing Chun Kung Fu. Stanford University Wing Chun Student
       Association. 7pm-10pm. Building 380, Basement. (campus)



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  Detailed Listing of Events for 11/09 - 11/22


  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 1pm-2:30pm 
  Subject: American Patchwork 
  (icenter) 



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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 4pm-5:30pm 
  Subject: CMP Seminar 
  (icenter campus) 

Senthil Todadri, Title To Be Announced

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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 4pm- 
  Subject: Robert Wokler: The Enlightenment Project on the Eve of the Holocaust: Ernst Cassirer's Vision 
  Stanford Humanities Center Annex. (campus) 



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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 7pm-8:30pm 
  Subject: AMERICAN TAPESTRY SCREENING 
  The Stanford Humanities Center. AR4 Cummings Art Building. 
   (SU.Films campus) 

Please add the following two campus events to your calendar:

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th, 2000
7:00 p.m. AR4, CUMMINGS ART BUILDING

FILM SCREENING, AMERICAN TAPESTRY, DIR. GREGORY NAVA, 2000

Gregory Nava is widely regarded as one of the most powerful Latino voices in Hollywood. He was nominated for an Academy award for his original screenplay of EL NORTE, which he also directed in 1984. He has directed three other acclaimed films, SELENA, MI FAMILIA/My Family and WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE?


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 10th, 2000. 11a.m. to 12 noon
Bolivar House, 585 Alvarado Row
INTERVIEW with DIRECTOR GREGORY NAVA 

Professor Jorge Rufinelli of Stanford's Spanish and Portugese Department, who is compling the first ever Encyclopedia of Latin American cinema, will interview Director GREGORY NAVA, accalaimed Latino Film writer and Director GREGORY NAVA, who will discuss his groundbreaking new documentary, AMERICAN TAPESTRY. Encompassing the full spectrum of the American melting pot, Nava explores America's immigrant roots through the personal stories of European, Asian, African and Latino immigrants.

Gregory Nava is widely regarded as one of teh most powerful Latino voices in Holywood. He was nominated for an Academy award for his original screenplay of EL NORTE, which he also directed in 1984. He has directed three other acclaimed films, SELENA, MI FAMILIA/My Family and WHY DO FOOLS FALL IN LOVE?

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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 7pm-8:45pm 
  Subject: Proyeccion de la pelicula "Cosas que nunca te dije" (Isabel Coixet) 
  Iberia, Asociación de españoles en Stanford. 300-300. (campus
   icenter SU.Films) 

Reparto:

Lili Taylor
Andrew McCarthy
Debi Mazar
Alexis Arquette
Leslie Mann

Color. 93 min.

Trama:

Filmada en St. Helens, Oregon, este drama-comedia gira en torno a la
refinada Anne, una joven mujer que obligada por las circunstancias
trabaja en una tienda de material fotografico.  Anne entra en una
profunda crisis emocional cuando su amado, un corresposal extranjero
destinado en Europa del Este, la deja por telefono.  Este hecho, unido a
sus pocas ilusiones en la vida, le llevan a intentar suicidarse, aunque
sin la suficiente determinacion, con lo que fracasa en su tentativa.
Anne se da cuenta de que necesita ayuda y contacta mediante un telefono
de ayuda con Don, un personaje tambien con pocas aspiraciones en la
vida.  Sin embargo, algo en la voz de Anne despierta el amor en Don, que
inicia un acercamiento a ella sin ni siquiera apenas conocerla.
Mientras tanto, Anne se dedica a hacer una serie de videos sensibleros
en los que intenta explicarse a si misma, para enviarlos a su amado, en
un intento de recuperarlo.  La situacion se complica aun mas cuando
Paul, el repartidor de la tienda que siente una produnda admiracion por
Anne, se queda con los videos.



Synopsis:

Filmed in St. Helens, Oregon, this comedy-drama centers on highly
educated Anne, a young woman forced by circumstance to work in a
photographic equipment store. Poor Anne goes into a terrible funk after
her lover, a foreign correspondent assigned to Eastern Europe, dumps her
via telephone. This, on top her general disillusionment with her current
life, drives Anne to attempt suicide. She wasn't terribly serious about
it an survives. Realizing she needs help, Anne calls a suicide hot-line
and begins talking to Don, a slightly older fellow with few goals and
aspirations who works in real estate for his father. Don has worked the
Hope Line for many years and nothing really surprises or even interests
him anymore, but when Anne calls, something about her touches him. He
inadvertently learns her identity and launches a tentative romance with
her, even though she doesn't know exactly who he is. Meanwhile Anne
makes a maudlin series of video-tapes to send to her lover in hopes of
explaining herself to him. Unbeknownst to her, the videos are grabbed
and kept by Paul, the delivery boy who has a secret crush upon her.

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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 7:30pm-9pm 
  Subject: Intro to Belly Dancing 
  Bechtel Ctr. Dining Room. (icenter) 



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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 8:30pm- 
  Subject: Volunteers in Nepal Info Meeting 
  Stanford Volunteers in Nepal. Columbae Lounge. Amy Chen
   (aimski@stanford.edu). (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/tibet/svin/index.html

Are you interested in Tibet and Nepal? Would you like to volunteer abroad? 
If so, read on...

The first informational meeting for the 2001 Volunteers in Nepal 
summer program will be held Thursday, November 9th, starting at 8:30 PM. 
The meeting location will be announced soon.

We will give you the basic information about what we offer and how you 
can become involved. A slide show of what the volunteers from last 
summer's experienced will also be presented.

If you are interested in the program, please go to Stanford 
Volunteers in Nepal's web site at 
www.stanford.edu/group/tibet/svin/index.html for more information.

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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 9pm-10pm 
  Subject: Meeting of Stanford Astronomical Society 
  Stanford Astronomical Society. Varian Physics, R109. (campus) 

Stanford Astronomical Society (SAS) is going to have a member meeting at 9PM 
on Thursday November 9th.  The location is R109 (luncheon room) of Varian 
Physics, the same place as last time.  We'll discuss about the planning for 
future events.  It'd be great if you can come.  I'm sorry if this time still does not work for
you, and please let me know if you are interested but cannot attend. 
We hope to see you there!

check out our wesbite:

http://www.stanford.edu/group/astronomy/

thanks,
Stanford Astronomical Society

No physics needed, no telescope required.  
People of all backgrounds are welcome!

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  Thursday, November  9, 2000. Time: 10pm-11:30pm 
  Subject: SPF 2000: The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe 
  Synergy House. Synergy House lounge. Free. Robert Baesman:
   rbaesman@cs.stanford.edu. (SU.Films) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/Synergy/

Synergy Political Films 2000 presents:

In the spirit of the confusion coming out of Flordia,

"The Search for Signs of Inteligent Life in the Universe" 
- 1991, Lily Tomlin

Clever re-creation of Lily Tomlin's 1985 one-woman Broadway show. Her
characterizations run the gamut from bag lady (narrating the proceedings)
to teen punk to New Age Woman, with much of the material in a feminist
vein. Written by longtime Tomlin collaborator Jane Wagner. (The title is
misspelled on purpose.)
See you there!

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- What is SPF?
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"Synergy Political Films" is a series of "politically" aware films
held Thursday nights from now until the end of time, (the series
began in 1999).  We use the term "politics" very broadly here.
Essentially, all the works to be shown here explore and challenge
many important issues in life and society: personal freedom,
feminism, labor-rights, activism, ethnicity, music, art, revolution,
war, peace, etc. etc.  All of which, in terms of activism, can easily
take on a "political" slant as they move from the private sphere to
the public.

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 9am-10:30am 
  Subject: EndNote: Bibliographies made Easy 
  Lane Medical Library. MITL Room M202. no cost. 
   laneinfo@lanelib.stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://lane.stanford.edu

An introduction to Endnote, a popular and versatile software program 
which allows users to create their own databases of references, 
format bibliographies, and search bibliographic databases over the Internet.

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 10am-12am 
  Subject: Friday Morning Coffee 
  Bechtel Ctr. Assembly Room. (icenter) 



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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 10am-12am 
  Subject: Friday Morning Coffee 
  (campus) 



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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 11am-12pm 
  Subject: Filmmaker Gregory Nava 
  The Humanities Center, El Centro Chicano. Bolivar House. (SU.Films
   campus) 

Filmmaker Gregory Nava (EL NORTE, MI FAMILIA) will be on hand in person for a live interview with Professor of Spanish and Portugese Jorge Rufinelli and to respond to question from the audience about his most recent work, AMERICAN TAPESTRY with original score by composer John Adams. AMERICAN TAPESTRY will be screened in AR4 THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9th at 7:00 p.m.. 

Both events are free to students, faculty, alumni and the public

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 11:30am-1:30pm 
  Subject: China Fest 2000 
  ACSSS. White Plaza. (campus) 

Come together and 
Fall in love
With the good Chinese Living

Come to White Plaza for an open-air festival, celebrating Chinese arts 
and culture.
Featuring wonderful performances of wide variety of Chinese Art Forms:
-Dance, 
-Martial Arts, 
-Singing, and 
-Traditional Chinese Musical Instruments.
 
There will also be Chinese arts and crafts booths as well as Chinese FOOD.

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 12pm-1pm 
  Subject: "Evolution, Empathy, and Ethics" - with Prof. William Hurlbut, Human Biology 
  Ethics at Noon, the Program in Ethics in Society. Building 100,
   room 101K. (campus) 



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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 2pm-6pm 
  Subject: TGIF(CCIS) 
  (campus) 



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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 3pm-4pm 
  Subject: Book release and celebration honoring John L. Wilson 
  School of Medicine and Lane Medical Library. Fairchild Auditorium. 
   Patty French 5-4578 or pafrench@stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://lane.stanford.edu

Book release and celebration honoring John L. Wilson
Professor Emeritus, Surgery, and  author of the digital book 
 "Stanford University School of Medicine and the Predecessor Schools: 
An Historical Perspective".        http://elane.stanford.edu/wilson/

Friday, November 10, 2000
3:00-4:00pm, Fairchild Auditorium
Program and demonstration of book begin at 3pm, reception following.

Please RSVP to Patty French 
650-725-4578 or pafrench@stanford.edu

Letters may be sent to: 
Stanford University Medical Center
Lane Medical Library
Attention: Patty French
300 Pasteur Dr., Rm L109
Stanford, CA  94305-5123

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 3pm-4pm 
  Subject: Book release and celebration honoring John L. Wilson 
  School of Medicine and Lane Medical Library. Fairchild Auditorium. 
   Patty French 5-4578 or pafrench@stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://lane.stanford.edu

The School of Medicine and Lane Medical Library invites you to the 
book release and celebration honoring John L. Wilson, Professor Emeritus, 
Surgery, and  author of the digital book "Stanford University School of 
Medicine and the Predecessor Schools: An Historical Perspective".
http://elane.stanford.edu/wilson/

Friday, November 10, 2000
3:00-4:00pm
Fairchild Auditorium
Program and demonstration of book begin at 3pm,reception following.

Please RSVP to Patty French 
650-725-4578 or pafrench@stanford.edu

Letters may be sent to: 
Stanford University Medical Center
Lane Medical Library
Attention: Patty French
300 Pasteur Dr., Rm L109
Stanford, CA  94305-5123

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 4:30pm-5:45pm 
  Subject: BASES Industry Thought Leaders Seminar 
  BASES, Stanford Technology Ventures Program, MS&E Dept.. Tim
   Koogle, CEO, Yahoo!. Terman Auditorium. Free. 
   cktong@leland.stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://bases.stanford.edu/
   http://bases.stanford.edu/speakers/

Come join BASES this Friday at 4:30pm in Terman Auditorium to hear
Tim Koogle, CEO, Yahoo
speak in the Industry Thought Leaders Seminar!
ALSO LIVE ON SITN CHANNEL E1 AND ON STANFORD ONLINE.
http://ww.stanford.edu/seminar/index.html

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm 
  Subject: Falun Gong exercise teaching 
  The Oval. (campus) 



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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 8pm- 
  Subject: H.M.S. Pinafore, comic operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan 
  The Stanford Savoyards. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. $5 Students with
   ID, $7.5 Seniors, $10 Adults. (650) 725-ARTS. (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/savoyards

The Stanford Savoyards presents a special edition of Gilbert & Sullivan’s 

                       H.M.S. Pinafore 

       Friday November 10 and Saturday November 11 at 8:00 p.m., 
             Sunday November 12 at 2:30 p.m.
                   Dinkelspiel Auditorium 

We invite the audience to sing along with the choruses of sailors, sisters,
cousins, and aunts!  We'll provide lyric sheets and choral conductors to cue
you in.  

Tickets: $5 Students, $7.5 Seniors , $10 General. (650) 725-ARTS.

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  Friday, November 10, 2000. Time: 10pm-12pm 
  Subject: Friday Morning Coffee 
  (campus) 



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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 10am-1pm 
  Subject: Wing Chun Kung Fu 
  Stanford University Wing Chun Student Association. Building 380,
   Basement. Eddie@QuantumPsychology.com. (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/wingchun/



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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 12pm- 
  Subject: Potluck lunch 
  Joint program with AAUW. Bechtel Ctr. (icenter) 



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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 12pm-5pm 
  Subject: Karate seminar w/ Sensei Mori (8th Dan) 
  JKA Shotokan of Stanford. Roble Gym. (campus) 
   http://karate.stanford.edu
   http://karate.stanford.edu/news.html

JKA of Stanford will be hosting a special seminar and black belt exam with 
Sensei Masataka Mori, an 8th degree black belt and one of the top JKA 
instructors in the US. Our teacher, Sensei Kenichi Haramoto (6th degree
black belt) will be assisting Sensei Mori. The seminar is open to karateka
of all ages and experience, regardless of affiliation.

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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 1pm- 
  Subject: Talk:"Women Studies in China" 
  Joint program with AAUW. (icenter) 



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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 7pm-9pm 
  Subject: Special Sneak Preview: Q U I L L S 
  Stanford Film Society & Fox Searchlight Pictures. Cubberley
   Auditorium (in the School of Education). Free admission (with
   required free ticket). stanfordfilmsociety@email.com. (SU.Films) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/sfs

.              The Stanford Film Society does it again!
                SFS brings you a FREE sneak preview of

                          Q  U  I  L  L  S

              "There are no bad words... only bad deeds"

This startling tale of the Marquis de Sade stars GEOFFREY RUSH, KATE
WINSLET,  MICHAEL CAINE, and JOAQUIN PHOENIX does not officially open
until November 22nd, however SFS will screen it here on campus:

         SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, AT 7PM, IN CUBBERLEY AUDITORIUM

This screening is completely FREE (with a required free ticket). You can
pick up your free ticket outside the SFS office in Wilbur Module A or at
the SFS table in White Plaza at the following times:

                     Wed., Nov. 8   noon - 1pm
                     Thu., Nov. 9   noon - 1pm
                     Fri., Nov. 10  11:30 - 1:30
tickets will also be available outside the auditorium, immediately before
the screening if seating is still available

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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 8pm- 
  Subject: H.M.S. Pinafore, comic operetta by Gilbert & Sullivan 
  The Stanford Savoyards. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. $5 Students with
   ID, $7.5 Seniors, $10 Adults. (650) 725-ARTS. (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/savoyards

The Stanford Savoyards presents a special edition of Gilbert & Sullivan’s 

                       H.M.S. Pinafore 

       Friday November 10 and Saturday November 11 at 8:00 p.m., 
             Sunday November 12 at 2:30 p.m.
                   Dinkelspiel Auditorium 

We invite the audience to sing along with the choruses of sailors, sisters,
cousins, and aunts!  We'll provide lyric sheets and choral conductors to cue
you in.  

Tickets: $5 Students, $7.5 Seniors , $10 General. (650) 725-ARTS.

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  Saturday, November 11, 2000. Time: 8pm- 
  Subject: HMS Pinafore 
  The Stanford Savoyards. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. $5 Student, $7.5
   Senior, $10 General. (650) 725-ARTS. (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/savoyards

The Stanford Savoyards presents a special edition of Gilbert & Sullivan’s 

                       H.M.S. Pinafore 

       Friday November 10 and Saturday November 11 at 8:00 p.m., 
             Sunday November 12 at 2:30 p.m.
                   Dinkelspiel Auditorium 

We invite the audience to sing along with the choruses of sailors, sisters,
cousins, and aunts!  We'll provide lyric sheets and choral conductors to cue
you in.  

Tickets: $5 Students, $7.5 Seniors , $10 General. (650) 725-ARTS.

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  Sunday, November 12, 2000. Time: 9am-11pm 
  Subject: Falun Gong exercise teaching (Free) 
  Main Quad, in front of church. (campus) 



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  Sunday, November 12, 2000. Time: 8pm- 
  Subject: HMS Pinafore 
  The Stanford Savoyards. Dinkelspiel Auditorium. $5 Student, $7.5
   Senior, $10 General. (650) 725-ARTS. (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/savoyards

The Stanford Savoyards presents a special edition of Gilbert & Sullivan’s 

                       H.M.S. Pinafore 

       Friday November 10 and Saturday November 11 at 8:00 p.m., 
             Sunday November 12 at 2:30 p.m.
                   Dinkelspiel Auditorium 

We invite the audience to sing along with the choruses of sailors, sisters,
cousins, and aunts!  We'll provide lyric sheets and choral conductors to cue
you in.  

Tickets: $5 Students, $7.5 Seniors , $10 General. (650) 725-ARTS.

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  Monday, November 13, 2000. Time: 10am-12am 
  Subject: International Play Ground 
  (campus) 



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  Monday, November 13, 2000. Time: 1pm-3pm 
  Subject: Introduction to Drawing 
  Bechtel Ctr. Dining Room. (icenter) 



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  Monday, November 13, 2000. Time: 1pm-2pm 
  Subject: Act for Children 
  (campus) 



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  Monday, November 13, 2000. Time: 7pm-9pm 
  Subject: * Dance Class * 
  Bechtel Student Association. Bechtel Ctr, Assembly Room. (icenter) 

Dance Class
 The proposed program is a continuation of the very popular dance series
 proposed during the past academic year. The dance series consisted of lessons
 of international folk dance and Northern American social dance. The new
 proposed program will continue the traditions of the old program. There will
 be a main instructor, Leslie Gordon (leslie@fastloki), who will teach lessons
 two thirds of the time.  She will teach beginning and intermediate argentine
 tango, salsa, swing/lindy, hustle, and cross-step waltz. Other beginning
 classes taught would be waltz, cha-cha, samba, rumba, nightclub two-step, and
 west coast swing.  There might also be guest dance teachers who will teach
 mostly international communal dances. 

This class has been possible thanks to the support from the Graduate Student
 Council

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  Monday, November 13, 2000. Time: 7pm-8pm 
  Subject: Medicine and Humanities Lecture by Keith Wailoo: "Dying in the CIty of the Blues: Sickle Cell Anemia and the Politics of Race and Health in the 20th Century South" 
  History of Philosophy and Science, Stanford Center for Biomedical
   Ethics, Stanford Anesthesia Department. Lane History Building,
   Room 307. (campus) 



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  Tuesday, November 14, 2000. Time: 3pm-5pm 
  Subject: F1 Visa Workshop 
  (campus) 



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  Tuesday, November 14, 2000. Time: 6:30pm- 
  Subject: ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza 
  Bechtel Ctr and Italian Student Association. Bechtel Ctr, Dining
   Room. (campus) 

Free Pizza and drinks available.
Some of these movies are shown for the first time in the US
For more information visit www.imdb.com
Tue Nov 7, 6:30pm  Marrakech Express (1989)
Tue Nov 14, 6:30pm Come Due Coccodrilli [Like two crocodiles] (1994)
Tue Nov 21, 6:30pm Tre Uomini e una Gamba [Three men and one leg] (1997)
Tue Nov 28, 6:30pm Ovosodo [Boiledegg] (1997)

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  Tuesday, November 14, 2000. Time: 6:30pm- 
  Subject: ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza (ENGLISH SUBTITLES) 
  Bechtel Ctr and Italian Student Association. Bechtel Ctr, Dining
   Room. (campus icenter) 

Free Pizza and drinks available.
Some of these movies are shown for the first time in the US
All movies are subtitled in english

For more information visit www.imdb.com
Tue Nov 7, 6:30pm  Marrakech Express (1989)
Tue Nov 14, 6:30pm Come Due Coccodrilli [Like two crocodiles] (1994)
Tue Nov 21, 6:30pm Tre Uomini e una Gamba [Three men and one leg] (1997)
Tue Nov 28, 6:30pm Ovosodo [Boiledegg] (1997)

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  Tuesday, November 14, 2000. Time: 10pm-11pm 
  Subject: Exercise class 
  (campus) 



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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 9am-10:30am 
  Subject: Workshop for New Departmental Administrators 
  (campus) 



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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 1pm-3pm 
  Subject: MD Consult and SHINE 
  Lane Medical Library. MITL Room M202. no cost. 
   laneinfo@lanelib.stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://lane.stanford.edu

MD Consult and SHINE are both web-based information systems that offer the
practicing clinician a variety of resources which can be searched individually or
together, using a single integrated search interface. 
The resources include: online textbooks, electronic journals,
 practice guidelines, medical news updates, and much more.

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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 6pm- 
  Subject: Graduate Student Council 
  Bechtel Ctr, Back Lounge. (icenter) 



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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 6pm- 
  Subject: Hearing Aid Design: Fundamentals and Challenges 
  IEEE-Engineering in Medicine & Biology Society (Santa Clara County
   Chapter). Adnan Shennib, President & Founder of InSonus Medical. 
   Stanford Medical School, Room M114. no cost. Ludwig Arndt, email:
   larndt7e@earthlink.net. (SU.Films) 
   http://www.med.stanford.edu/maps/sumc.html

ABSTRACT

Hearing aid technology has advanced rapidly over the past two decades in both
the electronic and cosmetic aspects.  Technological advances have resulted in 
a range of innovative products from miniature canal hearing aids to middle ear
implants.  Despite these advances, industry reports indicate that market 
penetration has declined during the same period of time.  This presentation 
examines some of the limitations of current technology in relation to the 
psychoacoustic characteristics and needs of the hearing impaired. Fundamental 
issues in hearing aid design will be reviewed as well as paradoxical design 
constraints facing hearing aid engineers.  An audio demonstration of various 
electroacoustic effects will be presented.  New directions in hearing aid 
developments will also be discussed, time permitting.


BIOGRAPHY

Adnan Shennib, President & Founder of InSonus Medical, is an executive with 15
 years experience in start-up and technical management of medical device 
companies. Mr. Shennib developed key technologies and over 25 inventions for 
local Bay Area firms including ReSound Corp. and Decibel Instruments, Inc. 
More recently, he founded InSonus Medical, Inc., a venture-backed firm 
developing the world's smallest hearing aid products weighing less than 1 
gram. These totally invisible and minimally invasive products combine implant 
technology with high fidelity audio to produce ultra-low power hearing aids 
for extended wear. Mr. Shennib holds a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and an 
M.S. in Biomedical Engineering.

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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 7pm-10pm 
  Subject: Wing Chun Kung Fu 
  Stanford University Wing Chun Student Association. Building 380,
   Basement. (campus) 



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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 7:15pm-9:15pm 
  Subject: VC For A Night 
  BASES. Jennifer Fonstad of Draper Fisher Jurvetson. TBA. $15. 
   cpartrid@stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://bases.stanford.edu
   http://bases.stanford.edu/interact/

Wed, November 15 - VC for a Night 
Presented by Jennifer Fonstad of Draper Fisher Jurvetson. 
A select group of students will be given a formal presentation 
by venture seeking entreprenuers. The students will be involved
in the process of deciding if the business plan is worthy of 
venture capital.

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  Wednesday, November 15, 2000. Time: 7:30pm- 
  Subject: Kundun - Martin Scorsese's film on the Dalai Lama 
  Stanford Friends of Tibet. Room 300-300 Main Quad. FREE. Chris
   Clark (chrisc@stanford.edu). (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/tibet
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/tibet/calendar.htm

Tibet Film Series - Kundun, a film by Martin Scorsese

This will be the first film shown in our Tibetan Film Series.  Join us
for a great film on the Dalai Lama and Tibet.

When: Wednesday, Nov. 15, 7:30 PM.
Where: Bechtel Int. Center - Dinning room.

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  Thursday, November 16, 2000. Time: 12pm-1:15pm 
  Subject: CAN JAPAN CHANGE? IS AN ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN JAPAN REAL? Takeshi Isayama, Former Commissioner, Japanese Patent Office, MITI 
  Asia/Pacific Research Center. Takeshi Isayama. Encina Hall, east
   wing, third floor conference room. free and open to the public,
   no RSVPs necessary. Yumi Onoyama. (campus) 
   http://APARC.stanford.edu

The Asia/Pacific Research at Stanford University
cordially invites you to the second brown bag lunch seminar
of the Contemporary Asia series of Fall Quarter 2000-2001

CAN JAPAN CHANGE?  IS AN ADMINISTRATIVE REFORM IN JAPAN REAL?

Takeshi Isayama
Visiting Scholar, Asia/Pacific Research Center
Former Commissioner, Japanese Patent Office, MITI

Throughout the 90s, Japan muddled through restructuring its economic vitality and social flexibility to cope with an advent of a new era. Represented by the IT Revolution, the new era has changed existing legal frameworks, business practices and socioeconomic traditions worldwide. 
Against this backdrop, Japan has embarked, though belatedly, on various reforms including Administrative Reform.  Can these efforts succeed?  Can Japanese bureaucrats change Japan? Or who else will change Japan and what will be an agenda for the newly born Japan?

Takeshi Isayama is a former Japanese government official with the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI).  While at MITI, he was responsible for drafting and implementing international trade policy including intellectual property policy serving as the Commissioner of the Japanese Patent Office and the Director-General of several bureaus including the International Trade Policy bureau during the Hashimoto and Obuchi administrations (1995-1999).  He graduated from Tokyo University in 1967 with a Bachelor of Law degree and received his MPA from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University in 1971.  After graduating from Tokyo University, he joined MITI in 1967.

Thursday, November 16, 2000
12:00 –1:15 p.m.
Encina Hall, Third floor, East wing
Stanford University campus
This program is free and open to the public.  Reservations are not required..
For more information on A/PARC see http://APARC.stanford.edu

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  Thursday, November 16, 2000. Time: 1pm-2:30pm 
  Subject: American Patchwork 
  (icenter) 



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  Thursday, November 16, 2000. Time: 4:15pm-5:30pm 
  Subject: Chinese History Colloquium with Speaker Elisabeth Koll 
  Department of History and The Center for East Asian Studies. 
   50-51P. (campus) 

"Putting Business in Its Place: Regional Enterprises and the Emergence of the Modern Corporation in 20th C. China"

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  Thursday, November 16, 2000. Time: 7pm-8:45pm 
  Subject: Proyeccion de la pelicula "Cosas que nunca te dije" (Isabel Coixet) 
  Iberia, Asociación de españoles en Stanford. 300-300. (SU.Films) 

Reparto:

Lili Taylor
Andrew McCarthy
Debi Mazar
Alexis Arquette
Leslie Mann

Color. 93 min.

Trama:

Filmada en St. Helens, Oregon, este drama-comedia gira en torno a la
refinada Anne, una joven mujer que obligada por las circunstancias
trabaja en una tienda de material fotografico.  Anne entra en una
profunda crisis emocional cuando su amado, un corresposal extranjero
destinado en Europa del Este, la deja por telefono.  Este hecho, unido a
sus pocas ilusiones en la vida, le llevan a intentar suicidarse, aunque
sin la suficiente determinacion, con lo que fracasa en su tentativa.
Anne se da cuenta de que necesita ayuda y contacta mediante un telefono
de ayuda con Don, un personaje tambien con pocas aspiraciones en la
vida.  Sin embargo, algo en la voz de Anne despierta el amor en Don, que
inicia un acercamiento a ella sin ni siquiera apenas conocerla.
Mientras tanto, Anne se dedica a hacer una serie de videos sensibleros
en los que intenta explicarse a si misma, para enviarlos a su amado, en
un intento de recuperarlo.  La situacion se complica aun mas cuando
Paul, el repartidor de la tienda que siente una produnda admiracion por
Anne, se queda con los videos.



Synopsis:

Filmed in St. Helens, Oregon, this comedy-drama centers on highly
educated Anne, a young woman forced by circumstance to work in a
photographic equipment store. Poor Anne goes into a terrible funk after
her lover, a foreign correspondent assigned to Eastern Europe, dumps her
via telephone. This, on top her general disillusionment with her current
life, drives Anne to attempt suicide. She wasn't terribly serious about
it an survives. Realizing she needs help, Anne calls a suicide hot-line
and begins talking to Don, a slightly older fellow with few goals and
aspirations who works in real estate for his father. Don has worked the
Hope Line for many years and nothing really surprises or even interests
him anymore, but when Anne calls, something about her touches him. He
inadvertently learns her identity and launches a tentative romance with
her, even though she doesn't know exactly who he is. Meanwhile Anne
makes a maudlin series of video-tapes to send to her lover in hopes of
explaining herself to him. Unbeknownst to her, the videos are grabbed
and kept by Paul, the delivery boy who has a secret crush upon her.

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  Thursday, November 16, 2000. Time: 7:30pm-9pm 
  Subject: Intro to Belly Dancing 
  Bechtel Ctr. Dining Room. (icenter) 



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  Friday, November 17, 2000. Time: 9am-12pm 
  Subject: Creating Your Own Web Pages 
  Lane Medical Library. MITL Room M202. no cost. 
   laneinfo@lanelib.stanford.edu. (campus) 
   http://lane.stanford.edu

This class is for those who have explored the Internet and World Wide Web
and who now want to publish their own materials.  
Walking the Web is recommended prior to taking this class.

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  Friday, November 17, 2000. Time: 10am-12am 
  Subject: Friday Morning Coffee 
  Bechtel Ctr. Assembly Room. (icenter) 



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  Friday, November 17, 2000. Time: 12pm-1pm 
  Subject: "The Ethics of Analysis: Social Science Research Methods and Environmental
Protection" - with Prof. Ron Mitchell, Intl. Policy Studies 
  Ethics at Noon, the Program in Ethics in Society. Building 100,
   room 101K. (campus) 



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  Friday, November 17, 2000. Time: 5:30pm-6:30pm 
  Subject: Falun Gong exercise teaching 
  The Oval. (campus) 



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  Saturday, November 18, 2000. Time: 10am-1pm 
  Subject: Wing Chun Kung Fu 
  Stanford University Wing Chun Student Association. Building 380,
   Basement. Eddie@QuantumPsychology.com. (campus) 
   http://www.stanford.edu/group/wingchun/



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  Saturday, November 18, 2000. Time: 8pm- 
  Subject: The Poet of Columbus Avenue 
  Asian American Theatre Project. Asian American Activities Center
   Ballroom. (campus) 

Straight from its Off-Broadway world premiere, The Poet of Columbus Avenue 
makes its West Coast Premiere at Stanford University.  Produced in association
 with the Asian American Theatre Project , The Poet of Columbus Avenue is a 
romantic comedy about love, destiny & fortune cookies.  Written by Dennis 
Escobedo and directed by Timmy Yuen.  

The Poet of Columbus Avenue
November 16-18 @ 8PM
Stanford University
Asian American Activities Center Ballroom
Old Union Clubhouse
Tickets- $5 Students, $10 General admission

Plot: Jay’s is a hopeless romantic whose love life is almost as boring as 
his job in a Chinatown fortune cookie factory- until he meets and falls in 
love with an eccentric poet named Mary.  Jay decides to plant a love note 
into a fortune cookie to express his love for Mary, but a bizarre twist of 
fate leads him to evaluate his choices.

For more information, contact Dennis Escobedo @ (626) 744-7216 or 
email dennisescobedo@hotmail.com.

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  Sunday, November 19, 2000. Time: 9am-11pm 
  Subject: Falun Gong exercise teaching (Free) 
  Main Quad, in front of church. (campus) 



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  Sunday, November 19, 2000. Time: 6pm- 
  Subject: Potluck/Music Night 
  CCIS. Dining & Assembly Room, Bechtel Ctr. (icenter) 

Everyone brings something to share for
dinner, and entertainment will begin at 7:30.

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  Sunday, November 19, 2000. Time: 6pm- 
  Subject: Potluck supper and music night 
  CCIS. Bechtel Ctr. (icenter campus) 

On Sunday, November 19 the Community Committee for International
Students (CCIS)  will sponsor a Potluck/Music Night at Bechtel
International Center at 6 pm.  International students, scholars and
families, and the Stanford community are all invited to come and
bring a dish to share.  At 7:30 there will be a short musical program
consisting of opera singing, Brazilian folk singer, Japanese harp and
bamboo flute, pianist, and vocal quintet.  No RSVP needed. Call
650/326-5252 if you have questions.

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  Monday, November 20, 2000. Time: 1pm-3pm 
  Subject: Introduction to Drawing 
  Bechtel Ctr. Dining Room. (icenter) 



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  Monday, November 20, 2000. Time: 7pm-9pm 
  Subject: * Dance Class * 
  Bechtel Student Association. Bechtel Ctr, Assembly Room. (icenter) 

Dance Class
 The proposed program is a continuation of the very popular dance series
 proposed during the past academic year. The dance series consisted of lessons
 of international folk dance and Northern American social dance. The new
 proposed program will continue the traditions of the old program. There will
 be a main instructor, Leslie Gordon (leslie@fastloki), who will teach lessons
 two thirds of the time.  She will teach beginning and intermediate argentine
 tango, salsa, swing/lindy, hustle, and cross-step waltz. Other beginning
 classes taught would be waltz, cha-cha, samba, rumba, nightclub two-step, and
 west coast swing.  There might also be guest dance teachers who will teach
 mostly international communal dances. 

This class has been possible thanks to the support from the Graduate Student
 Council

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  Tuesday, November 21, 2000. Time: 3pm-5pm 
  Subject: F-1 visa workshop 
  (campus) 



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  Tuesday, November 21, 2000. Time: 6:30pm- 
  Subject: ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza 
  Bechtel Ctr and Italian Student Association. Bechtel Ctr, Dining
   Room. (campus) 

Free Pizza and drinks available.
Some of these movies are shown for the first time in the US
For more information visit www.imdb.com
Tue Nov 7, 6:30pm  Marrakech Express (1989)
Tue Nov 14, 6:30pm Come Due Coccodrilli [Like two crocodiles] (1994)
Tue Nov 21, 6:30pm Tre Uomini e una Gamba [Three men and one leg] (1997)
Tue Nov 28, 6:30pm Ovosodo [Boiledegg] (1997)

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  Tuesday, November 21, 2000. Time: 6:30pm- 
  Subject: ITALIAN MOVIES + free pizza (ENGLISH SUBTITLES) 
  Bechtel Ctr and Italian Student Association. Bechtel Ctr, Dining
   Room. (campus icenter) 

Free Pizza and drinks available.
Some of these movies are shown for the first time in the US
All movies are subtitled in english

For more information visit www.imdb.com
Tue Nov 7, 6:30pm  Marrakech Express (1989)
Tue Nov 14, 6:30pm Come Due Coccodrilli [Like two crocodiles] (1994)
Tue Nov 21, 6:30pm Tre Uomini e una Gamba [Three men and one leg] (1997)
Tue Nov 28, 6:30pm Ovosodo [Boiledegg] (1997)

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  Wednesday, November 22, 2000. Time: 4:30pm-6pm 
  Subject: Yoga Class 
  (SU.Films) 



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  Wednesday, November 22, 2000. Time: 6pm- 
  Subject: Graduate Student Council 
  Bechtel Ctr, Back Lounge. (icenter) 



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  Wednesday, November 22, 2000. Time: 7pm-10pm 
  Subject: Wing Chun Kung Fu 
  Stanford University Wing Chun Student Association. Building 380,
   Basement. (campus) 



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