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november 6, 2008 news Page 3, Campus carrier

Career Opportunities Fair 2008


• Full-time Jobs & graduate schools
• internships & Part-time Jobs Beyond the Myths: The

• attendees eligible to win a $100


Truth About Eating Disor-
ders and Body Image…

gas card
Kris Shock will relate her
personal experience with
an eating disorder and her
• event Located at the Cobb galleria recovery, as well as the fac-
tors of social expectations

• Transportation provided for first 14


and standards, peer pressure
and comparison, and the
media’s role in how we view
students to sign up ($5 to hold your spot) ourselves Thursday night at
7:30 p.m. in Evans Audito-

• Free event rium.

Chamber Music…
Kris Carlisle and John Davis
will present a collection of
works for the piano and
flute Thursday night at 7:30
p.m. in Ford Auditorium.

The Critical Role of Higher


Education in Creating a
Healthy, Just and Sustain-
able Society…
Anthony Cortese, presi-
dent of Second Nature, a
non-profit organization
with a mission to catalyze a
Contact the Berry College Career Center Thursday, November 13, 2008 worldwide effort to increase
health awareness, will
for additional information! Cobb Galleria Centre - Atlanta, GA lecture on higher educa-
tion’s role in creating and

706 236-2292 • Krannert 310


Noon - 3 p.m. sustaining a healthy society
Thursday night at 7:30 p.m.
www.berry.edu/stulife/career/careerfairs.asp Come early for the “How to work a Career Fair” in Science Auditorium.

Professional attire, resume and berry iD required at kick-off presentation at 11 a.m. Arts and Crafts Festival…
The first annual Arts and
registration at the Fair on november 13. www.georgiacareeropportunities.org Crafts Festival will be held
on Moon Lawn Saturday
from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Kabul Beauty School:


Women in Afghanistan…
The students of ANT 320
will present a film detailing
the treatment of women in
Afghanistan Monday at 7

IMMEDIATE CARE p.m. in Evans Auditorium.

Controversial Presidential
1825 Martha Berry Blvd. Elections…
Gordon Carper, Dana pro-
Rome, Georgia fessor of history emeritus,
will review a selection of
706-238-8073 contested U.S. Presiden-
tial elections Tuesday at 7
p.m. at the Martha Berry
Museum.

Minor Injuries • Colds & Flu “The Coming Generation-


al Storm…”
Acute Illnesses • Cuts • Sprains Laurence Kotlikoff, profes-
sor of economics at Boston
Lab & Radiology Services Available University, will focus on his
book, “The Coming Gen-
erational Storm,” in which
NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY he writes about the looming
financial crisis in social se-
curity and other entitlement
programs. The lecture will
Board Certified Physicians Providing begin Tuesday at 7 p.m. in
the Science Auditorium.
Quality Medical Care for All Ages.
If you are currently a Harbin Clinic patient, Woodrow Wilson Fel-
low…
your medical records will be accessible for There will be two infor-
mal receptions for faculty,
Immediate Care physicians to review. staff and students to meet
Woodrow Wilson Fellow
Kevin Quigley. The first will
take place from 3:15 p.m. to
4:30 p.m. in Evans Faculty
Lounge, and the second will
be from 3:15 p.m. to 4:15
p.m. Thursday in Krannert
250.