Friday's Forecast: Lake Effect Snow, High: 16°
Tomorrow: Flurries, High: 29°
- Hartnett Hosts
- Winter Fest
- Student Life
- Talk by Women's
- Event Highlight:
Study Abroad Expo and Passport Drive
in the News: Eastman Trumpeter Jenkins, Alumnus Singer's Support
- In Higher
Low Demand for E-Textbooks
Mae Weems Holds Exhibition at Hartnett Gallery
Internationally renowned African-American artist Carrie Mae Weems will
have an exhibition of her works at the Hartnett Gallery in Wilson Commons
from Thursday, February 8, through Friday, March 9.
Show Highlights Winter Fest 2007
Comedian Michael Ian Black performs on Friday, February 2, in Strong
Auditorium as part of this year's Winter Fest celebration. Other events
planned for February 2 to 4 include film screenings, the Black Students’
Union Fourth Annual Step Show, a Super Bowl Party, and more.
Being Accepts for the 2006-07 Student Life Awards
The University community is invited to participate in nominating students
for this year's University Student Life Awards. Nominations are due
by noon on Monday, February 12, and can be submitted online at www.rochester.edu/college/rccl/leadership/awards.
Nomination forms also can be downloaded and submitted by mail or fax.
Leadership Expert to Speak at the Simon School
Susan Bulkeley Butler, an expert in women's leadership, will share her
strategies with students at the Simon School during a Kalmbach Executive
Lecture on Thursday, February 1, at 4:30 p.m. in Schlegel Hall.
Study Abroad Expo/Passport Drive: Hirst Lounge, Wilson Commons, 2 p.m.
for more events.
in the News
Times (January 25)
Fund Chiefs, With Cash, Join Political Fray
A report about hedge funds executives who are lending their support
to political candidates highlights alumnus Paul E. Singer '66, who,
according to the article, is a primary fundraiser and policy adviser
for former New York City Mayor Rudolph Giuliani.
Star, Missouri (January 25)
The article highlights trumpeter Clay Jenkins, associate professor of
jazz studies and contemporary media at the Eastman School, and his collaboration
with bassist Bob Bowman.
of Thought: Why Aren't E-Textbooks Selling?
"In an age in which students are more tech savvy than ever before,
publishers say they are preparing for an e-textbook craze and are investing
in creating electronic versions. Yet it seems publishers are not sure
what will trigger demand for these e-textbooks, and they continue to
test the waters."
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