University of Calgary

October 27, 2010

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One Book, One Calgary
The Calgary Public Library chose Aritha van Herk's award-winning history of Alberta as the book all Calgarians should read this November.

Women move to battle cancer
Hundreds of post-menopausal Alberta women are needed to take part in a ground-breaking study that will help in the fight against breast cancer.

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Which new U of C buildings are you interested in touring? Check all that apply.

1) University of Calgary Downtown Campus
2) Taylor Family Digital Library
3) Energy, Environment, Experiential Learning
4) Cogeneration Plant

To find out the locations and opening dates of each new space, visit:


> Movies that Matter Documentary Series: Enemies of the People

Oct. 27 - Nov. 6
> Play: The Liar

October 28
> The Nickle at noon: protocols for Native American archives
> PeaceFilm: Falsos Positivos
> Book study: Becoming Human by Jean Vanier
> Alberta/Haskayne executive MBA info session

October 29
> Faculty of Medicine 40th anniversary
> Galen on mental illness
> The Trews acoustic
> Get your picture taken with WHL's Championship cup
> Observing the evolution of cosmic magnetic fields

October 29-31
> Long track skating tryouts for Canada's World Cup Team
> Western Canada Philosophical Association 2010 conference

October 30
> The soundscape of modern India
> Sci-fi night at the observatory

November 2
> iS2 Showcase

November 3
> Implications of the US mid-term elections
> Communal violence and diasporic time in M.G. Vassanji's The Assassin's Song and A Place Within

November 4
> Wrongful convictions: the impacts of the accused and on the administration of justice
> Early social cognition in three cultural contexts
> Book Study: Becoming Human by Jean Vanier

November 5
> Tusaqtuut: Arctic life traditional knowledge-sharing seminar
> Carbon capture and storage: monitoring for regulatory conformance and public acceptance

November 6
> University of Calgary Open House

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