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  Events for February 14, 2018

Spring Job Fair RESUME DAYS!!!

- Location: Career Development Center
(9:00 AM - 4:00 PM)
In preparation for the Spring Job Fair taking place on Thursday, February 15, stop into the Career Development Center to get your resume critiqued on Tuesday, February 13 or Wednesday, February 14 between 9am-4pm.

Learn Tai Chi for Free with Master from China!

- Location: Multipurpose Room, 2nd floor, Joyce and Walton
(9:00 AM - 10:00 AM)
Tai Chi has been proven to be one of the world's best exercises, for your physical and mental health, learn Tai Chi with us! Taught by Master Fang, an award-winning martial art master from China, teaching us step by step, you will learn 24 forms, Qigong, and Yang Style Tai Chi.

The time is 9:00-10:00 every morning

The location will be on the second floor of Mclane Center, the multipurpose room.

Join the fun, no limitation of gender and age!

Join whenever you want or contact Charles Chen at for further information!

Family Medical Leave Act Training

- Location: Kenyon/Allen Room
(12:15 PM - 1:00 PM)
This is the fifth training in an 8 month series targeted at any AU employee who has supervisory roles in their department. This training can also be especially helpful for any staff who support the supervisors in their department.

This training will encompass: who is eligible for FMLA leave, how long is the leave, intermittent/reduced leave, how employees request FMLA leave, and how employees return to work after leave.

Supervisors who may be new in their rolls or need a refresher are encouraged to come. This is also open to any AU employee who would like more knowledge on this topic.

This training will be held from 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Wednesday, February 14 and from 12:15 p.m. - 1:00 p.m., Tuesday, February 27 both located in the Kenyon/Allen Room. This is the same training both days, you will only need to attend one session. Please, feel free to bring your lunch, and learn with Human Resources.

Yoga class

- Location: Multipurpose room, McLane extension
(5:20 PM - 6:50 PM)
Yoga classes taught by a 500-hr Kripalu-certified yoga instructor. All levels welcome.
Free for students. Donations accepted.
Contact Cecilia for more information (

Internationalitea: “Small Talk” - Wed 2/14 @ 7:00 - Bookend Lounge, Herrick

- Location: Bookend Lounge, Herrick Library
(7:00 PM - 8:00 PM)
- Link:

- Attachment 1: Internationalitea Flyer - 14 Feb 2018
The Office of International Programs is hosting:

Topic: “Small Talk”

All students (U.S. and international) are invited and welcome - and the tea or coffee is on us!

Come to the Bookend Lounge in Herrick Library on Wednesday evenings at 7:00 pm for a cup of tea (or coffee) and casual conversation. Each week, we'll talk about a different topic related to culture, language, trends, and issues in the United States and on campus.

“When Balaklava goes Orange: Pussy Riot and the Fashion of Protest”

- Location: Holmes Auditorium
(7:20 PM - 9:00 PM)
Lecture by Dr. Alla Myzelev

Cost: Free

Sponsored by: Art History Division, Art History Club, Foundations Division, and the Women's and Gender Studies Program

After the fall of the USSR traditional roles of masculinity and femininity in Russia had gone through significant re-evaluation. In the early 2000s, less rigid forms of gender identities evolved and prospered for some time. Now we are witnessing the turn to more conservative values in Russian culture. Dr. Myzelev’s talk will test this trajectory of gender function using both masculine and feminine fashion. She will be looking at the two successful designers of male fashion to understand how an understanding of masculinity had changed in the twenty-first century. Then she will turn to the well-known in the West group Pussy Riot and attempt to analyze the reasons for their two-year imprisonment through the lens of gender identities.

Alla Myzelev is an Assistant professor of Art History and Museum Studies at the State University of New York at Geneseo and has published extensively on feminism, activism, and material culture. She is the author of Architecture, Design and Craft in Toronto 1900-1940: Creating Modern Living (Ashgate 2016); Exhibiting Craft and Design: Transgressing the White Cube Paradigm (Routledge, 2017); and is currently writing a manuscript, contracted by Routledge, on the politics of fashion in the Soviet Union. Myzelev has also curated several shows including the yearly Feminist Art Conference International exhibition in Toronto (2014-2017).