USD Magazine, Summer 2000
CALENDAR For a complete listing, click on the news and events section ofUSD's ~b site at www.acusd.edu.
august San Diego Asian Film Festival 11-13 Featuring feature-length and docu– mentary films, the festival also
State of the University Address 14 President Alice B. Hayes speaks
on USD's impact and relationship with the local business community. Sponsored by BusinessLink USO. 11 :30 a.m., Hahn University Center Forum. Call (6 I9) 260-4690 co register for this free event. october
includes Academy Award-winning director Greg Pak and comedian Margaret Cho discussing her film, 'Tm the One That I Want." Tickets through the USO box office, or call (858) 616-8525 or visit www.sdaff.org.
Tow of Italy 4-12 Invisible University, USD's commu– nity outreach educational series, is planning a seven-day trip, "Villa Life in the Italian
Picnic in the Park
13 Alumni and families are invited co the Scripps Ranch Symphony in the Park. Bring a picnic and listen co The Heroes. 4 p.m. picnic, 6 p.m. music. Hoyt Park, corner of Aviary Drive and Canyon Lake Drive. (619) 260-4819. Law School Classes Begin 21 For information on class schedules, call (619) 260-4526. september Undergraduate and Graduate Classes Begin 7 For information on class schedules, call (619) 260-4557. ~• I fi"~ '~ ' - ~ ,I \ ,,
Freshman FamilyWeekend 13 An event-filled weekend for families of freshmen, including a dean's recep– tion, seminars, tours, family dinner, football game and Sunday Mass. For information, call (619) 260-4808. National Public Radio's Ira Glass 2J, Host ofNPR's "This American Life,"
Countryside." Includes scops in Rome, Fiuggi, Montecassino's Benedictine Abbey and Tivoli. Open co
friends of the lLiliversity, alumni and parents. (619) 260-4815 or log onto http://alumni.acusd.edu/friends/iu.hcm.
Ira Glass takes the best of confessional culture and serves up narrar.ives that pinpoint the unusual in the everyday. Sponsored by Friends of the USO Libraries and KPBS. (619) 260-6866.
Jenny Craig Pavilion/Msgr. I. Brent Eagen Memorial Plaza Dedication S-11 A week-long schedule of events co celebrate the opening of the new
5,I00-seat arena and adjacent outdoor plaza. Events include: Jenny Craig Pavilion Dedication, campus-wide celebration, 4 p.m., Oct. 5, at the pavilion. Pagni Athletic Hall of Fame, recep– tion and dinner for the dedication of the new Chester and Marguerite Pagni Hall of Fame inside the pavilion. 6 p.m., Oct. 6. Call (619) 260-5917 for reservations. Jenny Craig Pavilion Tours, 11 :30 a.m. co I :30 p.m. and 7 co 9 p.m., Oct. 7, during Homecoming tailgate parties and reunion events. Msgr. I. Brent Eagen Plaza Dedication, Mass and reception honoring USD's former vice president of Office of Mission and Ministry. I p.m., Oct. 11 , plaza sire. Call (619) 260-4569 for more information.
Fall Family Weekend
27 Dinner, dancing, golf and career
services seminars are just some of the activities planned for this weekend for fami lies of rerurning students. For information, call (619) 260-4808. november
Bay Area Alumni Baseball Outing IQ Alumni in the Bay area will attend
Society of the Sacred Heart Bicentennial 13-19 A weeklong 200th anniversary cele– bration of the order of nuns who
a 1 p.m. game in San Francisco's new stadium against the San Diego Padres. For information, call Kristin Boettger at (415) 921-4612.
helped found USO. Events include an educators' workshop and lecture by Sister Suzanne Cooke, Founders Day Vespers Service Nov. 13, and a Bicentennial Mass ofThanksgiving, celebrated by the Most Rev. Robert H. Brom, Nov. 19. For information, call (619) 260-7431.
Salute to Women's Athletics
13 The fourth annual event offers a
chance co meet the women's coaches and reams, and includes an auction, cocktail reception and buffet. All proceeds support women's athletics. 6 p.m., Sporrs Center pool deck. For tickets, call (619) 260-5916.
SUMM ER 2000
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