Core E-Bulletin for Monday, April 25, 2011

Core Lectures this week:
CC102: Prof. Jorgensen on Dante’s Paradiso 4/26
CC106: Prof. Finnerty on Human genetic and phenotypic diversity. 4/26
CC106: Prof. Finnerty on How did biodiversity shape the outcome of the clash of civilizations? 4/28
CC202: Debra Cash on Modern Dance 4/26
CC204: Prof. Barfield on Inequality, Equality & Hierarchy in Historical Anthropological Perspective. 4/28

THIS WEEK

-CC102 MFA TOURS:
You can still access the MFA guide and podcast here: http://www.bu.edu/core/mfa.

-The Core Digital Project:
Sophomores! This is your last chance to contribute to the Core Digital Project! Stop by the Core office to sign out a Flip Video camera. Give us your best 2-4 minute take and return the camera and file to the office. Submit by April 27. The makers of the top 2 video clips will each win a Flip Video camera. Edited versions of the files will be shown at the Core Banquet on May 4.

This Saturday, April 30. Enjoy a day trip to see Walden Pond, the Minuteman Trail and have lunch in Concord. $5 for lunch and the van ride. There are 6 spots left. Sign up in CAS 119. Meet at CAS 119 at 10:30 AM (sharp!). We’ll return to Boston by 4:30 PM.

Sophomores! The Core Banquet is on Wednesday, May 4 at 6 PM in the Photonics Center. Please make sure to RSVP your menu choice (Statler Herb-Marinated Chicken or Butternut Squash Ravioli) and T-shirt size to core@bu.edu by Wednesday, April 27th.

Get connected with Core!
- Check out our blog: http://bu.edu/core/blog
- Follow us on Facebook: facebook.com/BUCore
- Twitter: http://twitter.com/corecurriculum

Make sure to bookmark the Core calendar at http://www.bu.edu/core/calendar

Do you have any ideas, or comments about Core activities? Email Prof. Kyna Hamill at kyna@bu.edu

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