Core e-bulletin for November 15, 2010

Core Lectures this week

CC101: Professor Roochnik on Plato’s Republic part I 11/16
CC105: Professor Marscher on “Evolution of Planets & Moons” 11/16
CC105: Professor Jackson on “Other Worlds and Life” 11/18
CC201: Professor Jorgenson on Shakespeare’s Sonnets 11/16
CC203: Professor Swartz on “The Individual & Society” 11/18

CC101 MFA Tours this week!
All CC101 classes have a museum component to see the Ancient World galleries at the Museum of Fines Arts Boston. Check http://www.bu.edu/core/mfa for the guide and full schedule. Make sure to bring your BU ID to all tours. Please SIGN UP for a tour in CAS 119.

Magic Flute Tickets
The Core has purchased a limited number of tickets to a concert version of Mozart’s Magic Flute at the Emerson Majestic Theatre on Friday, November 19th at 8 PM. Limited tickets are available in the CAS 119 on a first-come first serve basis for only $5. The Theatre is on the Boylston stop on the Green T line.

CFA presents…

BU Symphony Orchestra at Symphony Hall: A Centennial Tribute to Roman Totenberg. Concert includes: Béla Bartók “Violin Concerto No. 2″ and Edward Elgar “Symphony No. 1 in A-flat.” One free ticket with BU ID at the door, day of performance, 10am-6pm. Box Office: 617.266.1200.

Announcements

  • Do you want to get a better grade on your papers? Writing Tutors are available in the Writing Center in CAS 129 M-F 10-1 & 2-4. Sign up for an appointment in CAS 119.
  • CC105 walk-in tutoring occurs every Monday, 3-5 PM in CAS 119 with ERC tutor John McCargar.

Get connected with Core!

Do you have any ideas, or comments about Core activities? Email Professor Kyna Hamill.

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