Posted on Oct 31, 2003

Thursday, Oct. 30
West & Upperclass – Halloween comes
6 to 8 p.m.­­–
Webster House. Haunted house and Halloween party for youngsters. For
information, contact or call  ext. 6824.
7 p.m. ­­– Olin Auditorium — “12 Windows” international
film series presents Stolen Children.
Louisa Matthew, professor of art history, will moderate the discussion. The
film series is sponsored by the Partnership for Global Education with Union
and Hobart and William
Smith Colleges.
This “hauntingly spare” film from Italy
with performances that are “flawlessly subtle” discovers the “eloquence hidden
within the commonplace,” according to one reviewer.

Friday, Oct. 31 to Monday, Nov. 3
8 and 10 p.m. – Movie:
Bad Boys 2

Saturday, Nov. 1
10 a.m. to 8 p.m. – Shopping trip to Woodbury Outlet Malls
1 p.m. – Frank Bailey Field – Football vs.
1 p.m. – Alumni Gymnasium pool – men's and
women's swimming hosts Union Relays.
6:30 to 9 p.m. – South College “Yellow Lab” hosts wine and cheese reception for faculty and staff.
7:30 p.m. – Messa Rink at Achilles Center – women's ice hockey vs. Holy Cross

Sunday, Nov. 2
3 p.m. – Messa Rink at Achilles Center – men's ice hockey vs. Bentley

Monday, Nov. 3
7 p.m. – Nott Memorial – Prof. Brenda
Wineapple, author of Hawthorne:
A Life,
will speak on “Hawthorne
and the Politics of Writing.”

Tuesday Nov. 4 to Saturday, Nov. 8
8 p.m. – Yulman Theater – Play: We Won't Pay! We Won't Pay! by Dario Fo, directed by Prof. William Finlay. (Last performance is Sunday,
Nov. 9, 2
p.m.) Tickets
are $7 general admission, $5 for students, faculty and staff. For information,
call the box office at 388-6545.

Wednesday, Nov. 5
11 a.m. to 2 p.m. – Schaffer Library – Book sale on 3rd
floor. $2 for hardcover, $1 for paperbacks

Thursday, Nov. 6
12:25 p.m. – F.W. Olin Center, room 115 – Joint Merck
and Biology Seminar, with guest speaker Dr. Marlene Belfort of the New York
State Department of Health-Wadsworth Center.
6:30 p.m.– Everest Lounge –
Philosophy Talks with guest speaker Sydney Shoemaker of Cornell University. His topic, “On the Way Things Appear.”
7 p.m. – F.W. Olin Center Auditorium – 12 Windows film series
continues with Close to Home (German).
Prof. Wilfried Wilms will be the commentator. Plot: A Jewish woman and a German
man put their relationship to the test when they leave LA to explore their
families' involvement in the Holocaust.