The Yellow Sheet 2000
November 2, 2000 | Volume 33, Number 6Thursday, Nov. 2,
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News & AnnouncementsMore on Lilly Grant... Following up on last month's announcement of the nearly $2 million Lilly Endowment award, here is more information about this important grant. The award supports a comprehensive program that invites students to reflect on their "vocation" -- that is, living lives of commitment to the welfare of the whole community. Vocation is broader than career and encompasses the person's life, including work, family, community service, and political involvement. This program affords many opportunities that build upon existing college programs and activities. It also provides many entry points for students, faculty, and staff to participate in and help shape the program. For more information, read the Lilly Endowment Executive Summary prepared by interim project director Bob Weisenfeld.
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College Inducts 8 into Hall of Fame... The athletics department inducted 8 individuals into its Athletics Hall of Fame on Oct. 28. The 2000 inductees include:
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Directories... St. Paul and
Minneapolis White and Yellow Phone Directories may be purchased through
telecommunications. St. Paul directories may be ordered now for $14.95
(White Pages) and $19.95 (Yellow Pages). Minneapolis directories may be
ordered in mid-January and cost $26.95 (White Pages) and $29.95 (Yellow
Pages). To place orders or ask questions, call Pat Stevensen (x0).
Percussion Concert Sunday... The Gustavus Percussion Ensembles will present a concert at 3:30 p.m. Nov. 5 in Bjorling Recital Hall. Under the direction of Robert Adney, the 2 ensembles will present works by Alexander Lepak, David Mancini, Stanley Leonard, and others. Each ensemble will also perform a movement from Amadeo Roldan's "Ritmica," written in 1930 and considered the first work in Western music written for percussion ensemble. The final work is a Latin-styled rhythmic and melodic composition, "Textures," written by George Frock. The fall percussion concert is free and open to the public.
Special Worship Service Sunday... A candlelight service of beauty and power, "The Souls of the Righteous are in the Hands of God," will be held at 7 p.m. Nov. 5, All Saints Sunday, in Christ Chapel. Hymns from a variety of backgrounds will be sung, along with selections from John Rutter's Requiem. There will also be opportunities for meditation. Christ Chapel Choir, under the direction of Patricia Kazarow and David Cherwien, organist, will lead the music.
Physics Seminar Tuesday... The physics seminar "Photovoltaic-cells" will be presented at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 7 in Olin 220 by Jim Sites of Colorado State University.
Campus Cancer Support Group will meet at noon Nov. 8 in the Leadholm Room. Come and bring a lunch. A short video will be shown from the "Finding Your Way Series" provided by the American Cancer Society.
Wallenberg Memorial Lecture Wednesday... The Peace Studies Program will present this year's Raoul Wallenberg Memorial Lecture, "Raoul Wallenberg, The Man and the Myths; Some Reflections on the Social Responsibility of the Historian," at 7 p.m. Nov. 8 in Wallenberg Auditorium. This year's speaker is Paul Levine of the Uppsala Programme for Holocaust and Genocide Studies, Centre for Multiethnic Research, Uppsala University, Sweden. Levine is author of From Indifference to Activism: Swedish Diplomacy and the Holocaust, 1938-1944 (1996) and Tell Ye Your Children: A Book About the Holocaust in Europe 1933-45 (1998). Both books are on overnight reserve in the library under "Wallenberg Lecture/Paul Levine." Levine is currently working on the first biography of Raoul Wallenberg that makes use of Swedish archival materials. Through his heroic courage and personal intervention in 1944 Budapest, Swedish diplomat Raoul Wallenberg saved the lives of perhaps 100,000 Jews who would otherwise have perished in Nazi concentration camps. In January 1945, he was taken into custody by the Soviet authorities and has since disappeared. The lecture is free and open to the public.
Mark Granquist, religion, presented a paper to the biennial meeting of the Lutheran Historical Conference, held Oct. 19-21 in Milwaukee. The paper, titled "Byron Nelson and American Lutheran responses to Evolution," examined the life and thought of an American Lutheran pastor who was prominent in the Creation Science movement.
Lisa Heldke, philosophy, gave the keynote address at Building Bridges: Aesthetics and Ethics, an Oct. 20-22 conference sponsored by the philosophy department of Southern Illinois University, Carbondale.
church relations, will give a presentation, titled "Changing Dreams and
New Beginnings: A Parent's Theological Reflection on Disabilities," at
Mount Olivet Retreat Center in Farmington on Nov. 4.
Sara Titus, Development
New Support Staff
Retreats... The Gustavus Adolphus College Association of Congregations Retreat Center, coordinated by the Office of Church Relations, will host a retreat for First Lutheran Church from Blooming Prairie Nov. 3. The Office of Church Relations will host confirmation retreats for St. Paul Lutheran Church from Hanover Nov. 4-5 and St. John Lutheran Church from Waukon, IA, Nov. 5-6.
Gustavus Youth Outreach schedule includes Immanuel Lutheran Church in St. Paul and Our Savior's Lutheran Church in Hastings Nov. 4-5; and Mount Olivet Retreat Center in Farmington Nov. 5. This program, coordinated by the Office of Church Relations, consists of student team members who develop relational youth ministry programs in congregations, including leading lock-ins, family night programs, and church services.
Music in Worship...
The Gustavus Chapel Brass will perform at Bethlehem Lutheran Church
in Minneapolis Nov. 9. Any Gustavus music ensemble or soloist is welcome
to perform in congregations. For more information, contact Craig Johnson
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