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Monday, November 3, 1986

Robert N. Bellah and Emil Fackenheim, influential scholars of sociology and philosophy respectively, come to the Athenaeum to share their views on "The State of America and the World." Bellah will speak in CMC's Bauer Lecture Hall at 4:00 p.m., followed by a reception at 5:30 and dinner at 6:00 at the Athenaeum. Fackenheim will wrap up the evening with his address at 7:00 p.m. If you missed the sign-up for dinner, feel free to attend the talk afterward.

Tuesday, November 4, 1986

Join Dr. Alan Heslop, professor of government and director of the Rose Institute, for an exciting evening viewing the returns from the mid-term elections on Tuesday, November 4, beginning at 8:00 p.m. A bigscreen television, coupled with Heslop's insightful analysis, should be fun and informative for all. Snacks will be provided, and no sign-ups is required, so just stop by!

Monday, November 10, 1986

"Sexuality and Intimacy: Are They Still Related?" is the topic following dinner at the Athenaeum. James E. and Veronica D. Elias, human sexuality sociologists at the Center for Sex Research, Cal State Northridge, are the guest speakers. The Eliases are researchers, professors, and clinicians in the field of human sexuality. This event is part of a series of presentations marking "Sex and the Single Student Week," sponsored by the Student Health Advisory Committee and the Student Health Service. For dinner reservations call Rose Cullum, ext. 8222, by Wednesday, November 5; for information regarding the week-long series contact Anjie Burnett at 621-8161.