Alcalá View 1991 8.4
Staff Employee Association co-presidents Pat Lee and Cheance Adair present School of Education Dean Ed DeRoche with the 1991 Administrator of the Year Award at the July Staff Employee Appreciation Picnic. (See page four for Dr. DeRoche profile.) Campus Briefs It Brings Out the Best in All of Us... How can you get a half-day off
5:15 p.m. Nov. 17 in USD's Sports Center. The game is the first of an international doubleheader which also will feature USD's men's team hosting Czechoslovakia's men's na- tional team at 7:30 p.m. For more information, call Ted Gosen at ext. 4745. Tibetan Monks to Perform at USD The Bhuddist Gyuto Monks from Gyuto Tantric University (founded in 1474) will perform at 3 p.m. Nov. 17 in Shiley Theatre. The monks, dis- ciples of the Tibetan Dalai Lama, now live in exile in India and per- form in the West to raise funds for a monastery they want to build in Nepal. For more information call Scott Haiduc at ext. 8726. Correction The late October issue of the Alcala View reported an incorrect fig- ure for the current number of under- graduates. There are currently 3,901 undergraduates, not 3,575, as reported.
with pay? Or how about a reserved parking spot near your work site for one week? The answer is simple: return your United Way /CHAD pledge card after attending one of several campaign presentations during the first two weeks of November. Then wait and see if your raffle ticket is one of the six (three for each prize) selected at the end of the campaign. This year's United Way /CHAD campaign co-chairs, Maria Mar- tinez-Cosio, director of community relations, and Dr. Robert Mertz, as- sociate professor of engineering, urge employees to take advantage of this chance to help fellow San Diegans in need. For more information, call Mar- tinez-Cosio at ext. 4297 or Mertz at ext. 4507. Latvia Women's Hoop Team Here The women's national team from the newly independent country of Latvia, will meet USD's Toreras at
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