Michigan Tech Magazine, December 2004
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December 13, 2012
News
1. Rozsa Center Closed for the Holiday

Entertainment and Enrichment
2. Art Minors Display Their Work

3. Khana Khazana Friday Serves Food from Five Countries

4. "A Choral Mosaic" at the Rozsa this Saturday

Regular Features
5. In Print

1. Rozsa Center Closed for the Holiday
The Rozsa Center will be closed for the holidays starting Saturday, Dec. 22. Normal business hours will resume on Wednesday, Jan. 2. Tickets can be ordered online at Rozsa or by contacting Ticketing Operations at the SDC at 487-2073.

2. Art Minors Display Their Work
Now through Friday, Dec. 21, six graduating seniors who are minoring in art are displaying their work on the south mezzanine of the Rozsa Center for the Performing Arts. They are:

Lindsey Licht--Exercise Science
Jeanette Head--Computer Science
Zhe Yang--Mechanical Engineering
Maxwell Lesatz--Civil Engineering
Jared Schuleter--Mechanical Engineering
Andrea Walvatne--Mechanical Engineering

There will also be a reception for the students, Friday, Dec. 14, from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m., with refreshments.

According to senior lecturer Sue Kilpela, the show features drawings, paintings and 3D work. "More importantly, these students display their commitment to the arts while achieving their other rigorous goals!" Kilpela says.

Licht and Schuleter also have art hanging in the State Representatives' Anderson Office Building as part of the juried "Art in the House" project displaying work by Michigan's fifteen public universities.

3. Khana Khazana Friday Serves Food from Five Countries
Chinese, Indian, Korean, Swedish and Thai dishes make up a truly international menu for the last Khana Khazana of the semester. International students from all five countries will be cooking the special lunch, served from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Memorial Union Food Court.

Dishes include a Chinese soup made of boiled Tilapia with pickled cabbage and chili; biryani, an Indian dish made with vegetable and rice; Korean dak ggo chi, a grilled skewer of chicken; yum ma-ma ruam-mid, a Thai spicy noodle salad with vegetables, shrimp, chicken and sweet-sour sauce; and homemade fruit ice cream with fruit, strawberry jam and whipped cream, a Swedish specialty.

A full meal costs $6.95 and includes a fountain drink. Individual items are available for $2.50 each.

Khana Khazana is a collaboration of international students and Dining Services.

4. "A Choral Mosaic" at the Rozsa this Saturday
by Bethany Jones, marketing manager, Rozsa Center

Need a break from the holidays? Enjoy "A Choral Mosaic," at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, Dec. 15, at the Rozsa Center. This will be a beautiful performance by the Tech Concert Choir and conScience: Michigan Tech Chamber Singers, performing a special concert that includes the repertoire that will be performed in May on tour to Montenegro, Croatia, Bosnia, and Slovenia.

Tickets are $12.75 for General Admission, Michigan Tech students are free. To purchase tickets, call 487-2073, go online at Rozsa, or visit Ticketing Operations at the SDC.

SDC Ticketing Operations hours are 8 a.m. to 9 p.m., Monday through Friday, and 8 a.m. to 7 p.m., Saturday and noon to 8 p.m., Sunday. Please note the Rozsa Box Office is closed during regular business hours and will only open two hours prior to showtimes.

5. In Print
Christy Oslund, coordinator of Student Disability Services, wrote the chapter, "Building a Professional Ethos on LinkedIn," which is included in the text, "Online Credibility and Digital Ethos: Evaluating Computer-Mediated Communication," (2012, IGI Global). This collection was edited by Michigan Tech Humanities alumni Moe Folk '09 and Shawn Apostle '11.

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A review of the recently published book, "Biodiversity in Dead Wood," by J. N. Stokland, J. Siitonen and B. G. Jonsson, Cambridge University Press (2012), was published by Research Scientist Dana L. Richter (SFRES) in the American Library Association CHOICE Reviews, Science and Technology Section (Biology, Botany), Vol. 50, No. 04, December 2012.

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