This Fall

September | October | November | December

September

Wed/4

Noon Concert "Arias and Fantasy," free, 12:15 pm, Hertz.

Thu/5
Chancellor's Reception for New Undergraduates, 7 pm, Student Union.
Lunchtime Poetry Readings Kick Off, moderated by Poet Laureate Robert Hass, 12:10 pm, Morrison Room, Doe.

Fri/6
"Working,'' by Studs Terkel, also playing Sept. 7, 13 and 14 at 8 pm; Sept. 8 and 15 at 2 pm, Zellerbach Playhouse, 642-9988.

Sun/8
"A Year of the Cloth," Opening Reception, free, 8 pm, Hearst Museum.

Mon/9
Botanical Garden Volunteer Open House, 2 pm, also Sunday, 9/15, 10 am.

Thu/12
"Computer Health Matters," free, 10:30 pm, Tang Center, 643-4646.

Fri/13
Northern California Cal Band Benefit, $100, registration required, 643-1045.

Sat/14
The Grand Kabuki Theatre of Japan, $30/$42/$64/$100, 8 pm, Zellerbach, 642-9988.

Football vs. San Diego State, 12:30 pm, Memorial Stadium.

Thu/19
Forester Lecture "Virtue, Deed and Word: Confucian Paths to Immortality," Wei-Ming Tu, Harvard, 4:10 pm, Alumni House.

Sat/21
Football vs. Nevada, 12:30 pm, Memorial Stadium.

Tue/24
Howison Lecture in Philosophy "Freedom, Anger and Tranquility: An Archaeology of Feeling" (Graduate Division), Myles Burnyeat, Cambridge, three-day event, 8 pm Tuesday and Wednesday, Alumni House; 4 pm Thursday, 314 Moses.

Fri/27
Cal Parents Weekend (Public Affairs), two-day event, 642-0702.

Sat/28
Football vs. Oregon State, 12:30 pm, Memorial Stadium.

October

Tue/1
Dauben Lecture "Perspectives in Supramolecular Chemistry: From Molecular Recognition Towards Self-Organization" (Chemistry), Jean-Marie Lehn, 11 am, Pitzer Auditorium, Latimer.

Wed/2
California Wellness Foundation/University of California Wellness Lecture - "The Psychology of Harm Reduction: Comparing Alternative Strategies for Modifying High-Risk Behaviors" (Public Ceremonies),
Robert MacCoun, 5 pm, Zellerbach Playhouse. "Prayers in Stone: Greek Architectural Sculpture," Frunilde Ridgway, 8:10 pm, Wheeler Auditorium.

Fri/4
National Conference on Educational Collaboration and Excellence "Identifying Cornerstones of Collaboration" (Education), two-day conference,
Richard Riley, U.S. Secretary of Education, Berkeley Marina Marriott, 643-9784.

Sat/5
"Brain Games" Exhibition Opening, $6/$4/$2, 10 am, Lawrence Hall of Science.

Sun/6
"A Taste of Spain," slide presentation, lecture, food and entertainment, $20/$25, 1 pm, Botanical Garden, 643-7265.

Tue/8
"Sacred Music, Sacred Dance: The Mystical Arts of Tibet," $14/$20/$26, 8 pm, Zellerbach, 642-9988.
"Skin Deep," film/lecture on race and ethnicity, free, noon, Tang.

Tue/15
Lewis Lecture (Chemistry), Albert Eschenmoser, 11 am, Pitzer Auditorium, Latimer.

Thu/17
"Our Country's Good," by Timberlake Wertenbaker, also playing Oct. 18, 19, 24, 25, 26 at 8 pm; Oct. 20 and 27 at 2 pm, 642-9988.
"Gourmet Cooking Made Light and Easy," 5 pm, registration required, 643-4646.

Fri/18
Twelfth Annual California Indian Conference, two-day confer-ence, Hearst Museum, 643-7648.

Fri/25
Women's Soccer vs. USF, 4 pm, Witter.

Sat/26
Engineering Alumni Society Pre-Game Barbecue, 1 pm, Bechtel, registration required, 643-7100.
Football vs. UCLA, 3:30 pm, Memorial Stadium.

Sun/27
Midori, $28/$36/$42, 3 pm, Zellerbach, 642-9988.

Tue/29
Pitzer Lecture "Molecules in Optical, Electric and Magnetic Fields,"
David Buckingham, 4 pm, Pitzer Auditorium, Latimer

November

Fri/1
Women's Volleyball vs. Alumni Exhibition, 6:30 pm, Harmon. Engineering Community College Day, Bechtel, 642-7594.

Sat/2
Football vs. Arizona, 12:30 pm, Memorial Stadium.

Sun/3
Field Hockey vs. UC Santa Barbara, 11 am, Kleeberger. Men's Soccer vs. Cal State Los Angeles, 3 pm, Witter.

Tue/5
"Menopause," three-week workshop, 12:10 pm, Tang, 643-4646.

Wed/6
"How to Downsize Your Debt," noon, Education Center, Tang.

Thu/7
Women's Basketball vs. Denmark National Team, 7:30 pm, Harmon.

Sun/10
Women's Soccer vs. Stanford, 1 pm, Witter.

Wed/13
"Bodystat: New Way of Looking at Body Fat," free, 12:10 pm, 643-4646. Men's Basketball vs. Converse All-Stars, 7:30 pm, Harmon.

Wed/20
Museum Store Holiday Shopping Event, two-day sale, Hearst Museum. Cal-Stanford Sing-Off, 7 pm, Hertz, for tickets call 642-3880.

Thu/21
Alumni of the Gilbert Lewis Era Luncheon (Chemistry), noon, Faculty Club.

Fri/22
Women's Volleyball vs. Arizona, 7:30 pm, Harmon.

Sat/23
Big Game, Football vs. Stanford, 12:30 pm, Memorial Stadium.

December

Tue/3
Engineering Alumni Society Reception for Fall Graduates, 5 pm, Bechtel, 643-7100.

"When Anger Really Hurts," violent relationships workshop, free, noon, Tang.

Wed/4
Holiday Choral Music, free, 12:15 pm, Hertz. UC Choral Ensembles Holiday Concert, 7 pm, Hertz, for tickets call 642-3880.

Fri/6
16th Annual Messiah Sing, $10, 7:30, Hertz.

Sat/7
Holiday Plant Sale, 10 am, Conference Center, Botanical Garden.

Sun/8
Holiday Wreath Making, time to be announced, Botanical Garden, 643-7265.

Mon/9
Women's Basketball vs. Fresno State, 7:30 pm, Harmon.

Sun/15
Latin American Family Day, celebrate the cultures of Latin America, $2/$4, 1 pm, Hearst Museum.

Fri/20
Women's Basketball Oakland Tribune Classic, two-day tournament, 7 pm, Harmon.


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