Thursday, April 5
Men’s Health Fair
11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Bender Arena Lobby
Community organizations and AU departments will provide health screenings and resource information. Free, confidential HIV testing for faculty, staff and students will be available until 2:30 p.m. and free food and giveaway items will be provided throughout the day.
Premiere of “They Don’t Play Golf Here”
This is the East Coast premier of the third film in a trilogy on Mexico and globalization by Saul Landau, acclaimed filmmaker. Landau will discuss the film and answer questions.
Friday, April 6.
KPU Presents: “He Said, She Screeched”
The debate will feature “Ann Coulter,” played by D.C.-area comedian Bill Pietrucha, against “John Edwards,” played by Los Angeles comedian Frank King.
“Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead”
Through April 8
Presented by the Rude Mechanicals, this absurdist comedy stars two side characters from Shakespeare’s Hamlet who are confused about their purpose, their fates and even their own names. Tickets are $3 with an AU ID and $5 without a student ID.
Monday, April 9
The New U.N. Disability Rights Convention
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Washington College of Law
The disability, human rights and international development communities will come together to examine the convention, its guarantees and its implications for U.S. law and foreign policy.
For more information, contact Amelia Parker at (202) 274-4180.
“U.S. Policy in the Middle East from Kissinger to Condi”
School of International Service Lounge
Les Janka, a senior staff member of the National Security Council and special assistant to Henry Kissinger under Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, will lecture. Sponsored by the AU Foreign Policy Association.
Tuesday, April 10
College of Arts and Sciences Alumni/Student Networking Reception
Mary Graydon Center, rooms 5-6
Students, alumni, faculty and employers are invited to this networking event.
For more information, contact the Career Center at (202) 885-1804.
Campus Beautification Day
8 a.m.-2 p.m.
On the quad in front of the Mary Graydon Center
Join more than 700 fellow faculty, staff and students in this annual event geared to beautify our campus. Activities include installing plants, placing mulch and general cleanup of the campus grounds. For the complete schedule of events visit http://www.american.edu/campus/beautification/home.htm. The rain date is April 11.
For more information, contact Katherine Kirlin at (202) 885-2431
Wednesday, April 11
“Designing Better Electoral Systems for Emerging Democracies”
McKinley, room 204B
Joel Barkan, who recently retired from the University of Iowa, will lecture. The event is sponsored by the AU Africa Council.
Comedian Jim Gaffigan
Tickets are on sale at Student Activities (MGC 271). With valid AU ID, tickets are $5 for AU undergraduates and $10 for faculty, staff, and graduate and law students; there is a limit of two tickets per AU ID. Presented by the Student Union Board.