Calendar for October 28 - November 10

Library Schedules






H.E.E.L.S. for Health

Varsity Sports


Carolina Union Performing Arts Series

Call 2-1449. Memorial. 8 pm. $

10/29 Harry Belafonte.

11/2 "Don Giovanni." Western Opera Theater.

Ghost Stories

10/31 "Stories of Ghosts and Other Mysterious Things." Call 6-5736. Ackland. 3 pm.

German Film Series

11/3 "Trotta's Das Versprechen." E-mail Toy Lounge, Dey. 7 pm.


"A Delicate Balance" by Edward Albee. 11/3-24. Call 2-7529. Paul Green. Tue-Sun. $

Friends of the Library

11/4 "An Elizabethan Bestiary Retold." Reading & slide show by Jeffery Beam. Assembly Rm, Wilson Library. 5:30 pm.

William S. Newman Artists Series

11/7 "Music of Chopin, Alkan and Mussorgsky." Alan Weiss, piano. Call 2-1039. 3 pm. $

Music Dept.

Call 2-1039,

10/30 Spectrum Concert showcasing students & faculty. Memorial. 8 pm. $

10/31 "Mozart: The Piano Sonatas II." Michael Zenge, piano. Hill. 3 pm.

11/4 UNC Percussion Ensemble. Lynn Glassock, conductor. 107 Hill. 8 pm.

Carolina Union Films

Call 2-1449 for privilege card & 2-2285 for more info. Aud, Student Union. $

10/29 "Blair Witch Project," 7:30 pm. "Psycho," 10 pm.

10/30 "Psycho," 7:30 pm. "Blair Witch Project," 10 pm.

11/5 & 6 "Star Wars Episode One: The Phantom Menace," 7:30 & 10:30 pm.

Morehead Planetarium

Call 549-6863 for show times or 2-1236, Closed Mon pm. $


* What if the Moon Didn't Exist?

* Skywatchers.

* Sky Rambles. The current night sky.

* Winnie the Pooh and the Golden Rocket.

* Earth, Moon and Sun.



Ackland Art Museum

Wed-Sat, 10 am-5 pm; Sun, 1-5 pm. Call 406-9837 (tape), 6-5736 (voice), 2-0837 (TDD);,

* "Hung Liu: A Ten-Year Survey." Through 11/28.

* "Fresh Woods and Pastures New: 17th-Century Dutch Landscape Drawings." Through 1/2.

Allcott Gallery

Hanes Art. Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm. Call 2-2015,

* "Living in a Spirit House: The Artist's Studio." Photographer Lonnie Graham. Through 11/19.

North Carolina Botanical Garden

North Carolina Botanical Garden

Totten Center: Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm; Sat, 9 am-6 pm; Sun, 1-6 pm. Call 2-0522 for uninterrupted viewing.

* Sculpture in the Garden. Through 11/19.

Wilson Library

Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm; Sat, 9 am-1 pm. Call 2-0114.

First (Ground) Floor

* The First State University.

* Changing Views.

* Examples of Early Photography.

Second (Main) Floor

* The History of the N.C. Collection.

* "As Close to Magic as I've Ever Been":

Thomas Wolfe at UNC.

* The 1999 North Caroliniana Award Recipient: Reynolds Price.

* Bayard Wootten: Images of the South, 1930s.

* N.C. Collection Gallery.

Third Floor

* Singing Arion's Fame:

Highlights from the Arion Press.

Fourth Floor

* Remembering Charles Kuralt.




Physical Chemistry "Path Integral Theory of Superfluid Systems: Application to Hydrogen on Metallic Surfaces and Helium Droplets." David Ceperley, U. Illinois. 308 Venable. 4 pm.


Physics & Astronomy "Bridging the Gap Between Teaching and Learning." Lillian C. McDermott, U. Washington. 215 Phillips. 4 pm.


Cultural Studies "Future Tense: Queer Youth and Contested Culture." Cindy Patton, Emory. Toy Lounge, Dey. 7 pm.


Cell & Molecular Physiology "Emerging Paradigms for Signaling by Protein Serine/Threonine Phosphatases." Shirish Shenolikar, Duke. 321 MacNider. Noon.


Pharmacology "Cell Motility as a Determinant of Cytokine Production." Stephen Haskill, Lineberger. 1102 Jones. 4 pm.


Cell Biology & Anatomy "Embryonic Origins of the Avian Neural Crest." Mark Selleck, U. Southern Calif. 00-002 Lineberger. Noon.

Molecular & Cellular Biophysics "Protein Misfolding and Its Links with Human Disease." C.M. Dobson, U. Oxford. 308 Venable. Noon.

Preventive Medicine "Occupational/ Environmental Health." Carol Epling, Duke. 57 Wing C. Noon.

Program on Aging "COPD in Elderly People." James F. Donohue, pulmonary/critical care medicine. 238 MacNider. Noon.


Geology "Triassic Park." Joseph Carter. 205 Mitchell. 4 pm.

Physical Chemistry "Diffusion and Molecular Motors." Alex Deshkovski. 308 Venable. 4 pm.


Physics & Astronomy "The First Phenalenyl-Based Neutral Radical Molecular Conductors." Robert C. Haddon, U. Kentucky. 215 Phillips. 4 pm.


Cell & Molecular Physiology "The Hunt for the Mother of All Airway Epithelial Cells." Scott H. Randell, medicine. 321 MacNider. Noon.

Art "The Role of Art in the Social Area and the Controversy It Engenders." Eleanor Heartney. 121 Hanes Art. 5:30 pm.


Molecular & Cellular Biophysics "Autoin-hibition and Activation Mechanisms of the Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome Protein: An Effect of the CDC42 GTPase." Michael K. Rosen,

Sloan-Kettering. 408 Jones. 11:30 am.

College Lights "Muslims, Tolerance and History." Sarah Shields, religious studies. Alumni Ctr. 4 pm.

Pharmacology "Regulation of G Protein-Coup-led Receptor Signalling and Trafficking." Jeffrey L. Benovic, Thomas Jefferson U. 1102 Jones. 4 pm.


Cell Biology & Anatomy "Regulation of Cell Motility: Moving With the PAK." Mary Ann Sells, Fox Chase Cancer Ctr. 00-002 Lineberger. Noon.

Program on Aging "An Interdisciplinary Geriatric Case Study." Eunah Kang. 238 MacNider. Noon.

Black Cultural Center "The Power, Politics and Pleasures of Black Popular Music." Paula L. Woods, author. 136 Tate-Turner-Kuralt. 7 pm.

Chancellor's Science Seminar "The Antarctic Ozone Hole." Mario J. Molina, MIT. Memorial. 7 pm.



Educational Technology Group

For medical school personnel. Call 6-3519,, Registration required. 305 Berryhill. Noon-1 pm.

Health/Safety Training

Call 2-5719,, 11/3 Radiation Safety Course. 136 Tate-Turner-Kuralt. 1:30-4:30 pm.

11/8 New Employee Orientation for Laboratory Environment. 4008 Clinic Aud. 2-4:30 pm.

11/10 New Employee Orientation for Clinic Environment. 4008 Clinic Aud. 9-11 am.

Health Sciences Library

Call 2-0700,, Registration required. Basement MAAC lab, HSL.

11/3 Medline. 11am-noon.

11/4 EndNote. 9-11 am.

11/5 Introduction to Authorware. 9-11 am.

11/9 Photoshop I. 2-4 pm.

IRSS Short Courses Classes in 15 Manning.

11/9 Multi-Level Modeling using SAS PROC MIXED. 1-3 pm.

11/1-4 SPSS. Noon-1:30 pm.

11/10 Add Health: Intro to the National Longitudinal Study on Adolescent Health. 2-3 pm.



Asian Studies Symposium

Desiring Asia: Gender, Identity and Sexuality in Con-temporary Asia., Call 2-15334.

10/28 "Osaka Story: A Documentary." Toichi Nakata, filmmaker. 136 Tate-Turner-Kuralt. 7 pm.

11/4 "The Asian Politics of Sneakers and Sexuality." Cynthia Enloe, Clark. 100 Hamilton. 7 pm.

Cultural Studies Conference

10/29-30 "Future Tense: Queer Youth and Contested Culture." Call 2-4955,

Adventures in Ideas

Call 2-1544, Friday Ctr. $

10/29-30 "Moral Philosophy: An Introduction to the Classics." Geoffrey Sayre-McCord, philosophy.

11/5-6 "American Romantics." Robert D. Richardson Jr., Wesleyan; Charles Capper, history; Joy Kasson, English & American studies; Andrew Delbanco, Columbia.

Education Town Meeting

10/30 "Testing in North Carolina: What We Know, What We Need to Know." Friday Ctr. Call 2-8687. 10 am-3 pm. $

Employee Forum

11/3 Assembly Rm, Wilson Library. 9:30 am.

Learning in Retirement

Classes open to all two weeks before scheduled. Call 2-3574, $

11/3 "Computers: Navigating the Internet." Friday Ctr. 9 am-3:30 pm.

11/10 "`The Lost Boy': A Novella by Thomas Wolfe." Hill Alumni Ctr. 2-3:30 pm.

Spanish 1. Hill Alumni Ctr. Begins 11/2. 2-3:30 pm.

International Business Conference

11/4 "The Politics of Doing Business in China: Chasing the Dragon's Tail and Winning."

Call 2-6865. $

UNC HealthLink classes

11/4-5 55 Alive/Mature Driving. Lunch provided. Call 6-7890. Hedrick. 10 am-3 pm. $

Black Alumni Reunion

11/5 Panel discussion with some of Carolina's first African-American students. Call 2-7054, Hill Alumni Ctr. 3-5 pm.

Black Cultural Center

Call 2-9001,, Events at BCC, Student Union unless noted otherwise.

10/28 Discussion of video "Don't Believe the Hype." 4-6 pm.

11/1-5 "Human Connections: Americans and Arabs Come Together." Discussions, stories, crafts & entertainment. See

11/3 Mellon Sawyer Seminar.Ctr for International Studies. 3-5 pm.

11/10 Paula Woods with Hekima reading group. Toy Lounge, Dey. 7 pm.

Bull's Head Bookshop

Call 2-5060,

10/28-29 Sidewalk Sale.

11/3 Youth Angst Society. Undergrad poets. 5 pm.

11/4 Stuart Rojstaczer, "Gone for Good: Tales

of University Life After the Golden Age." 2 pm.

11/8 Dean Smith, "A Coach's Life." 3-6 pm.

11/11 Carol Mavor, art, "Becoming: The Photographs of Clementina, Viscountess Hawarden." 3:30 pm.

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation Fundraiser

11/19 The Christopher Reeve Jumper Prix James B. Hunt, Jr Horse Complex, NC State Fairgrounds. Call 6-5164. 7 pm. $

North Carolina Botanical Garden


Piedmont Nature Trails: Dawn to dusk daily.

Totten Center: Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm; Sat, 9 am-6 pm; Sun, 1-6 pm. Beginning 10/31: Mon-Fri, 8 am-5 pm; Sat, 10 am-5 pm; Sun, 1-5 pm. Call 2-0522.


11/6 Free, informal tour of collections. 10-11 am.


* "Designing Your Own Landscape." Catherine Chandler. Begins 11/1. $


11/6 "Color in the Fall & Winter Garden." Sue Hinson & Jean Wright. 9:30-11:30 am. $

Library Tours


11/3 Intro to Davis & campus library system.Call 2-1151, 3 pm.

Wilson--N.C.Collection Gallery

Limited to 25 people every Wed. Call 2-1172. 2 p.m.

Law Lunch

Discussion of works in progress. Call 2-4121. Faculty Lounge, Van Hecke-Wettach. Fridays, noon.

Support Groups

Look Good ... Feel Better For women with cancer-treatment side effects. Call Anne Washburn, 6-3097. G22 Gravely, UNC Hosp. 3rd Mon, 10 am.

Prostate Cancer Support Group Call Gail Grigson, 6-6686. Chapel Hill Sr. Ctr. 1st Wed, 4 pm.

Bone Marrow Transplant Support Group Call Deborah Whitehair, 6-2031. 5th fl, Anderson Pavilion classroom, UNC Hosp. Every Wed, 3 pm.

Gynecological Cancer Support Group Call Anne Washburn, 6-3097. Cornucopia House, 1777 N. Fordham Blvd. 4th Wed, 7 pm.

Living With Lung Cancer Call Anne Mader, 967-8842. Cornucopia House, 1777 N. Fordham Blvd. 2nd & 4th Mon, 11 am.

Metastatic Cancer Support Group Call Anne Washburn, 6-3097. Cornucopia House, 1777 N. Fordham Blvd. 2nd & 4th Fri, 1 pm.



115 Women's Gym. Call 2-2348, Gym/Pool privilege card required unless noted by *


Call 2-1153, All facilities closed 11/6.

H.E.E.L.S. Fitness Center

Mon-Fri Noon-2 pm; 4-7 pm.

Bowman Gray Indoor Pool

Mon-Thu 6:15-7:30 am; 12:15-2 pm.

Mon, Wed 4:30-9:30 pm.

Tue, Thu 3:30-9:30 pm.

Fri 6:15-7:30 am; 12:15-5:45 pm.

Sat 1:15 am-4:45 pm.

Sun 1:15-4:45 pm.

Fetzer/Woollen Gym

Mon-Thu 6 am-10 pm.

Fri 6 am-9 pm.

Sat 10 am-5 pm.

Sun 1-8 pm.

Student Recreation Ctr

Mon-Thu 6 am-midnight.

Fri 6 am-9 pm.

Sat 10 am-8 pm.

Sun 1-10 pm.

Fitness/Aerobic Classes

Call 2-1153 for SRC-sponsored classes.

Lunch time, 12:10-12:50 pm, SRC

Mon, Wed Low Impact Studio A

Body Sculpting, 1:10-1:50 pm Studio B

Tue, Thu Body Sculpting Studio B

Fri Step Studio A

Evening, 5:15-6:15 pm, 112 Women's Gym

except as noted.

Mon Yoga

Mon, Wed Water aerobics until 6 pm

Bowman Gray pool

Tue Step & Tone

Thu Low Impact & Tone

Ongoing Opportunities*

* Wednesday Wellness Program

* Individual fitness assessment

* Personal training

* FitPlus incentive program

* Resource Center


Show UNC ONE card for free admission to all non-tournament events, except football & men's basketball. Call 2-2296,

Basketball (men), Smith Ctr $

10/30 Blue-White Game 5:30 pm.

11/4 5 Stars of N.Y. 7:30 pm.

11/7 Australia All-Stars 2 pm.

Basketball (women), Carmichael

11/3 Exhibition 7 pm.

Cross Country, Finley Golf Course

11/1 ACC Championship 10 am.

Football, Kenan Stadium $

10/30 Furman 1:30 pm.

11/6 Wake Forest 1:30 pm.

Soccer (men), Fetzer Field

11/6 S. Carolina 7 pm.

Volleyball, Carmichael

10/28 NC State 7 pm.

11/2 Campbell 7 pm.

11/9 Maryland 7 pm.