February 27, 2004

SIUC news events for March 1-7

News directors, editors and reporters covering Southern Illinois University Carbondale: To facilitate your planning for next week, here's a listing of events and activities scheduled on campus or that are University-related. We will provide these listings each Friday and are happy to help you arrange coverage.



Monday, March 1


  • Free screening of "Taking Sides," International Film Series show based on the post-war interrogation of a prominent German suspected of collaboration with the Nazis, 7 p.m., Life Science III auditorium, with a panel discussion of the issues raised in the film immediately following.


Tuesday, March 2


  • Free poetry reading by William Trowbridge, author of "The Complete Book of Kong," 8 p.m., Student Center Auditorium.


Wednesday, March 3


  • Nikki Giovanni: Racism 101, 7:30 p.m., Student Center Ballrooms. Giovanni, a renowned poet, writer, commentator, activist and University Distinguished Professor at Virginia Tech, will discuss topics from her book "Racism 101."


Friday, March 5


  • Eighth annual Science in the South conference, 8:30 a.m., Student Center. More than 300 kindergarten-12th grade science teachers from throughout the state will gather ideas and try out some of the latest classroom activities.