Monday's Forecast: Mostly Sunny, High: 72°
Tomorrow: Cloudy, High: 58°
- Opening of My
- Reading by Poet
- Newly Approved
KEY Program, Film Screening, Insurance Information Session
- In the Headlines:
Seligman on Spitzer/Grasso Trial, Meliora Weekend
Features Works by Jewish American Artists
My America, an exhibition opening at the Memorial Art Gallery
on October 24, features early 20th-century works by Jewish Americans.
Series Continues with Poet Ralph Black
Ralph Black, an assistant professor at the State University of New York
at Brockport and codirector of the Brockport Writers Forum, reads from
his work at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, October 17, in Rush Rhees Library as
part of the continuing Plutzik Reading Series.
Residents Help Protect the Nation Against Flu
Rochester residents as well as vaccine experts at the Medical Center
played a key role in testing a flu vaccine that was approved on October
5 by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Learn more about the Kauffman Entrepreneurial Year (KEY) Program during
an information session at 3 p.m. in Lattimore 311. The program allows
students to take a fifth year, free of tuition, to work on an entrepreneurial
A screening of Who the Hell Is Juliette? is being held at 5
p.m. in the Case Method Room 1-9576 at the Medical Center in celebration
of Hispanic Heritage Month.
9 to 11
Representatives from Securian Life and the Benefits Office will be available
at information/enrollment sessions to discuss group life insurance options
for regular full-time and part-time faculty and staff. Sessions continue
on the River Campus, at the Eastman School, and at the Medical Center.
View the online schedule for times and locations.
these calendars for more events: Currents,
of Nursing, and Memorial
in the News
Edition (October 6)
Pay Trial Finally Going to Court
President Seligman comments on the upcoming trial between New York Stock
Exchange chairman Richard Grasso and New York Attorney General Eliot
and Chronicle (October 8)
Confronts Defiant World
"I worry about our political existence," said journalist Fareed
Zakaria on Saturday during Meliora Weekend. "This challenge might
be the thing that undoes us. You feel this new world most everywhere
you go, except in Washington."
Science Monitor (October 5)
Learning in a Virtual World
"They may be college teachers and students, but they're also pioneers—exploring
strange new worlds that exist nowhere on Earth. That's because their
classes and field trips take place only on computers, using an online
digital world called Second Life. Some 60 schools and universities have
set up shop inside Second Life—most in the past year. They join
a population that includes real-world business people, politicians,
entertainers, and more than 800,000 other 'residents' of the virtual
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