This year's Lahey Lecture in Literature will be given by Jonathan Goldberg, a distinguished Renaissance scholar from Johns Hopkins University, on the theme of Afro-Caribbean readings, rewritings and appropriations of Shakespeare's The Tempest and the character of Caliban.
He will deliver "The Generation of Caliban" tonight at 8:30 p.m. in Room 407 of the Henry F. Hall Building.
The first speaker in the HIV/AIDS community lecture series will be Dr. Rommel Mendès-Leite, a Brazilian sociologist and activist currently based in Paris.
His talk, which will be in French, is titled Bisexualité. Repenser la prévention. It will be given on Thursday, October 22, in the Alumni Auditorium (H-110) of the Henry F. Hall Building, starting at 6 p.m.
Information sessions will be held October 8 and October 22 for two graduate diplomas offered by the Faculty of Commerce and Administration.
The Diploma in Sport Administration and the Diploma in Administration are open to applicants who already have an undergraduate degree. Both programs have recently been revised.
The sessions will be held at 6 p.m. in Room 403-2 of the Guy Metro Building, 1550 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W. To reserve a place, call 848-2718, or contact email@example.com
Francelia Butler, of the University of Connecticut, recently died in Storrs, Conn. Dr. Butler often visited Concordia to lecture about her academic speciality, children's literature, and the concept of peace games, which she developed.
The public pay telephones on both campuses have been reprogrammed to allow users to call Campus Security at no charge. The numbers are 848-3717 for the SGW campus and 848-3707 for the Loyola campus. They are displayed on the telephone digital screen before you pick up the receiver.
This innovation is thanks to Concordia Security and Telesis.
Concordia QPIRG will host a recycling tour on Saturday, October 24, at the Complexe Environmental de Sainte-Michelle. It starts at 12:15 p.m. in front of the QPIRG office at 2130 Mackay St. and ends at about 3 p.m. Transportation to and from the recycling plant is available and the tour is free. If you would like to participate or have any questions, please phone 848-7585.
Oxfam Concordia Student Club (OCSC) is holding a fundraiser on Thursday, October 15, starting at about 8 p.m. in Reggie's Pub to coincide with Molson's Buzz Night.
Proceeds will go to Share the Warmth, a food bank in Point St. Charles, and an Oxfam Quebec agricultural project in Cuba.