The Catholic University of America

April 15 – April 21, 2013

 

Calendar

Monday, April 15
Off-Campus Housing Week Kickoff Breakfast
9 to 10 a.m., the Office of Housing Services offers breakfast and more at this Off-Campus Housing Week kickoff event. Opus Hall, Lobby; and Millennium South, Lobby. For more information about this and other Off-Campus Housing Week events, visit the website, contact Krystal Dains, 202-319-5615, or email housing services at cua-housing@cua.edu.

Living Off Campus: Operation Safe
Noon to 1 p.m., the Department of Public Safety hosts an information session about safe living off campus, an Off-Campus Housing Week event. Lunch will be provided. Pryzbyla Center, Room 323.

CUA in Oxford Information Session
Noon to 12:30 p.m., the Center for Global Education hosts an information session on the CUAbroad Oxford Program, which offers a variety of custom-designed individual tutorials with prominent university scholars. Students are placed in colleges in the Oxford university system and live in student housing in and around the center of Oxford. Meet with Tanith Fowler Corsi, assistant vice president for global education, for complete information. McMahon Hall, Room 111. R.s.v.p. at http://cuabroad.cua.edu/infosessions/oxfordinfo.cfm or call 202-319-6010 for more information.

White House Office of Presidential Correspondence Information Session
12 to 1 p.m., the Office of Career Services presents an information session on the Office of Presidential Correspondence, which receives and responds to the millions of letters, emails, and phone calls the President receives each year. At the front lines of communication with citizens, interns have a unique view of the thoughts, hopes, and concerns of the American people. Pryzbyla Center, Room 321. For more information, visit careers.cua.edu. Register through Cardinal Connection (see Career Events) or call the career services office, 202-319-5623.

Law in a Global Environment
4 p.m., the Interdisciplinary Program in Law and Religion of the Columbus School of Law presents "Universal Jurisdiction: A Challenge for International Law," a lecture by Irit Kohn. Kohn is president of the International Association of Jewish Lawyers and Jurists, which focuses on issues important to the Jewish people while also advancing the human rights of people everywhere and promoting the facilitation of international law. Columbus School of Law, Slowinski Courtroom. For more information, contact Marshall Breger, 202-319-6754 or breger.law.edu.

Who Can Legitimately Wage War?
5 p.m., the School of Theology and Religious Studies, Moral Theology/Ethics Spring Colloquium, presents a lecture by G. Scott Davis, the Lewis T. Booker Professor of Religion and Ethics at the University of Richmond, "History, Agency, War: Modern Aristotelian Perspectives." Hannan Hall, Room 108. For more information, contact William Barbieri, 202-319-4767 or barbieri@cua.edu.

Ireland on the Road to Recovery
7 p.m., the European Studies Lecture Series and the Department of Modern Languages and Literatures present Michael Collins, ambassador of Ireland to the United States, speaking on "Ireland and the EU: The Road to Recovery." Ambassador Collins will discuss the Irish road to recovery after the recent recession, placing the Irish success story in the context of the goals of the Irish presidency. Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center, Great Room B. For more information, contact Claudia Bornholdt, 202-319-5240 or bornholdt@cua.edu.

Tuesday, April 16
Been There, Done That: True-Life Adventures in Off-Campus Living
Noon to 1 p.m., the Office of Housing Services presents a Q-and-A student panel on what it's really like living off campus. Lunch will be provided. Pryzbyla Center, Room 323. For more information about this and other Off-Campus Housing Week events, visit the website, contact Krystal Dains, 202-319-5615, or email housing services at cua-housing@cua.edu.

Service Volunteer Information Session
12:30 to 1:30 p.m., the Office of Career Services presents an information session with Fidesco USA, an international nongovernmental organization that recruits, trains, and assigns volunteers for service to underserved areas of the world. Volunteers work with dispensaries, refugee camps, youth centers, orphanages, and schools, fields such as teaching, health, engineering, project management, social work, farming, and carpentry. Fidesco is recruiting volunteers from a variety of different backgrounds and professional areas. Pryzbyla Center, Room 327. For more information on Fidesco, visit the website. For more information on the session, visit careers.cua.edu. Registration requested; please register through Cardinal Connection (see Career Events) or call the career services office, 202-319-5623.

Cardinal Leadership Celebration
5 p.m., the Office of Campus Activities presents the 2013 Cardinal Leadership Celebration, honoring a wide range of exemplary members of the CUA community, including individual students as well as student organizations. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room. For more information, visit leadership.cua.edu/clc.

Tuesday, April 16
Doing Well by Doing Good: "Ethics, Business, and Biology in a Start-Up Company"
7:30 p.m., the Business Professional Society presents a lecture by Carol Nacy, CUA alumna and co-founder of Sequella, a biotech company that discovers, develops, and commercializes improved treatments for serious infectious diseases. Lecture followed by a Q-and-A. Gowan Hall, Room 126. For more information, contact Madeline Minich, 609-636-0313 or 84minich@cardinalmail.cua.edu.

Wednesday, April 17
Off-Campus Housing Fair

11 a.m., the Office of Housing Services presents the Off-Campus Housing Fair, featuring representatives of off-campus housing facilities, tips on using the housing services listing website, and lunch. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room. For more information about this and other Off-Campus Housing Week events, visit the website or contact Krystal Dains, 202-319-5615, or email housing services at cua-housing@cua.edu.

Leaders in Development: What Is a Benefit Corporation?
5 to 6 p.m., the Integral Economic Development Management graduate program presents The Capital Law Firm, LLC, founder and managing partner Laura Jordan, who will discuss benefit corporations. Food and drinks will be served after the seminar. McMahon Hall, Room 201. For more information, contact Jonathan Royden, royden@cua.edu or 202-319-4289.

Film Screening: Men of La Mancha: A Modern Epic Voyage
6:30 p.m., the Office of Campus Activities and the Columbus School of Law present the premiere screening of Men of La Mancha, an award-winning film that follows two men, a lawyer (CUA alumnus David Whalen) and an engineer, who leave their professions in California to film Americans living in Central America who serve the poor, orphaned, prisoners, and the dying. Check The Nest and the movie's website for more information about the film. McMahon Hall, Room 200. For information about the screening, contact Adriana Lincoln, 202-319-6003 or lincoln@cua.edu.

Thursday, April 18
The Fine Print: Understanding Your Lease

Noon to 1 p.m., the Office of Housing Services sponsors "Sign on the Dotted Line: Understanding Your Lease," a guided tour of lease language to help students interested in off-campus living. Lunch provided. Pryzbyla Center, Room 323. For more information about this and other Off-Campus Housing Week events, visit the website or contact Krystal Dains, 202-319-5615, or email housing services at cua-housing@cua.edu.

The German Cultural Nexus and Telemann's Faithful Music Master
12:30 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents a musicology colloquium, "Morality, German Cultural Identity, and Telemann's Faithful Music Master," with speaker Steven Zohn, Laura H. Carnell Professor of Music History at Temple University. Ward Hall, Room 211. For more information, contact Andrew Weaver, 202-319-5413 or weavera@cua.edu.

Brown Bag Lecture: “Religion, Politics, and the Polarized Congress: The Partisan Gap in Roll Call Votes and Public Opinion
12:30 p.m., the Institute for Policy Research & Catholic Studies (IPR) presents a Brown Bag Lecture by IPR Fellow William D'Antonio, “Religion, Politics, and the Polarized Congress: The Partisan Gap in Roll Call Votes and Public Opinion.” Maloney Hall, Room 302B. For more information, see the IPR website or contact Woinishet Nagash, 202-319-5999 or negash@cua.edu.

CUA in Rome Information Session
4 to 4:30 p.m., CUAbroad presents an information session on the CUA in Rome Program. Learn why studying in Rome is perfect for all majors, and more. The application deadline for the Rome study abroad program has been extended to April 19 and the fall program is offered at a significant discount. McMahon Hall, Room 111. For more information, contact Grace Schneider, 202-319-6010 or schneiderg@cua.edu.

Film Screening and Reflections: Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen: Servant of All
7 p.m., Esto Vir presents Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen: Servant of All, an hour-long documentary on the life of  Archbishop Sheen, a CUA alumnus and candidate for sainthood. Called the "most electric orator of our times," Archbishop Sheen achieved international fame with his radio and television broadcasts. Following the film, Dr. Thomas Cleary,  Archbishop Sheen's cousin, will offer reflections from his personal experience and take questions. To view the trailer, visit sheenfilm.org/film_trailer.html. For more information, contact John Homer, 612-636-8260 or 28homer@cardinalmail.cua.edu.

Washington International Piano Series Concert — Antonio Di Cristofano
8 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Italian pianist Antonio Di Cristofano performing works by Schubert, Schumann, Liszt, Berg, and Scriabin. The series features works performed on the school's new Steinway D concert grand. Ward Hall, Recital Hall. Free and open to the public. For more information, visit piano.cua.edu/wips.cfm or contact Ivo Kaltchev at 202-319-5861 or kaltchev@cua.edu.

Thursday, April 18; Friday, April 19; Saturday, April 20

Ken Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Hollywood
Thursday through Saturday, 7:30 p.m.; Saturday-Sunday, 2 p.m.
Ken Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Hollywood, winner of the 2004 Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play, comes to Hartke Theatre as the final production of the drama school’s 75th anniversary season. When Oberon and Puck, Shakespeare’s famously mischievous fairies, magically materialize on the 1934 Hollywood set of Max Reinhardt’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream, they become enchanted by the glitzy world of showbiz. They join the production, playing themselves, and as they make it big on the silver screen, hilarity ensues. Tickets: $15 for general admission; $10 for seniors and CUA alumni, faculty, and staff; and $5 for students. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit drama.cua.edu, email cua-drama@cua.edu, or call 202-319-5358.

7th Annual Graduate Students Conference on Medieval Studies and Other Medieval Events

Thursday, April 18
Keynote: Medieval Europe's Population: The Big Picture
5:15 p.m. The annual graduate student conference, sponsored by the Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies, begins with a keynote address by School of Arts and Sciences Dean Lawrence R. Poos, "Population of Europe 1300–1600: A Big-Picture View, and Some New Data for Life Expectancy." A reception follows. Caldwell Hall, Happel Room. For more information, visit mbs.cua.edu/conference/index.cfm.

Friday, April 19
Presentation of Papers: Medieval Bodies

9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., the conference continues with the presentation of papers concerned with the medieval body in a variety of contexts. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room C. For a complete schedule and list of papers to be presented, visit mbs.cua.edu/conference/index.cfm.

Medieval Potluck Dinner
6 p.m., the Medieval Studies Program graduate students host a medieval potluck dinner. Anyone who wishes to attend should bring a medieval-themed dish. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room C.

Saturday, April 20
Medieval Day Fair and Latin Mass
1 to 6 p.m., the medieval theme continues with the Medieval Day Fair, featuring the following events, scheduled on the hour: weapons and combat demonstration; music; performance of Everyman; Gregorian chants by the Dominican Schola; and Human Chess. A Latin Mass follows in Caldwell Chapel. Pryzbyla Center, Lawn. For more information, contact Andrew Cuff, 05cuff@cardinalmail.cua.edu.

CU Saturday: Medieval Feast and Entertainment
7 to 9:30 p.m., the Office of Residence Life and Central Neighborhood staff host the close-out of the medieval festivities with medieval feasting and rousing entertainment. Free for students. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room B. For more information, contact Rob Hengesbach, 202-319-5850 or hengesbach@cua.edu.

Friday, April 19
Free Shred Day
9 to 11 a.m., the Office of Facilities Maintenance and Operations sponsors Free Shred Day. Office Shredding, LLC, will be on campus to shred personal confidential material. Limit four boxes per person. McMahon Hall, Parking Lot, North End (under basketball net). For more information, contact Monica Kenny, 301-621-2484 or mkenny@kanecompany.com.

Artists' Talk and Reception — How Did We Get Here: Painting, Photography, Picasso's Crucifixion
Noon to 1 p.m., talks; 6 to 8 p.m., exhibition opening and reception. The Department of Art presents the annual Senior Thesis Exhibition, featuring works and talks by Andrew McClain, Kelly Crimmins, and Nora Young, as well as a discussion of "Picasso's Crucifixion" by graduating senior Emma Marty. Salve Regina Hall, Art Gallery. For more information, contact Nicole Riley, 202-319-5282 or rileyn@cua.edu

The Off-Campus Good Neighbor Session, with Ice Cream
1 to 2 p.m., the Office of Student Conduct and Ethical Development hosts "Here's the Scoop: How to be a Good Neighbor," an information session for students moving off campus and the final event in Off-Campus Week. From garbage pick-up to entertaining, living off campus presents challenges to students and long-time neighborhood residents. Get the facts about being a good neighbor. Ice cream will be served. Pryzbyla Center, Room 351. For more information, contact Bridgette A. Acklin, 202-319-5615 or acklinba@cua.edu.

CUA in Oxford Information Session
2 to 12:30 p.m., the Center for Global Education hosts an information session on the CUAbroad Oxford Program, which offers a variety of custom-designed individual tutorials with prominent university scholars. Students are placed in colleges in the Oxford university system and live in student housing in and around the center of Oxford. Meet with Tanith Fowler Corsi, assistant vice president for global education, for complete information. McMahon Hall, Room 111. R.s.v.p. at cuabroad.cua.edu/infosessions/oxfordinfo.cfm or call 202-319-6010 for more information.

Lecture: "Anselm and Freedom"
3 p.m., the graduate students in the School of Philosophy present "Anselm and Freedom," a lecture by Katherin Rogers, professor of philosophy at the University of Delaware. Rogers, author of three philosophical books related to the life of St. Anselm of Canterbury, specializes in the philosophy of religion and Medieval philosophy, Christian philosophy, Catholic bioethics, ethics of abortion, and free will and ethics, especially as presented in contemporary moral life. Aquinas Hall, Auditorium. For more information, contact the School of Philosophy, 202-319-5259.

CUA University Chorus Concert
8 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents a concert by the CUA University Chorus, with conductor Tom Pedersen. St. Paul's United Methodist Church, 10401 Armory Ave., Kensington, Md. For more information, contact Tom Pedersen, 202-319-5832 or pedersen@cua.edu.

Sunday, April 21
Washington International Piano Series Concert — Xun Pan
3 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Xun Pan, piano professor, Millersville University, who will perform works by Mussorgsky, Chopin, and Chen Peixun. The series features works performed on the school's new Steinway D concert grand. Ward Hall, Recital Hall. Free and open to the public. For more information, visit piano.cua.edu/wips.cfm or contact Ivo Kaltchev at 202-319-5861 or kaltchev@cua.edu.

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Campus Ministry

Monday, April 15
Men’s Discernment
6:15 p.m. Men’s Discernment hosts Archbishop Timothy Broglio, from the Archdiocese for the Military Services. Mass will be celebrated at 6:15 p.m. in Caldwell Chapel, followed by dinner and a talk from Archbishop Broglio in the Happel Room. Sign up at ministry.cua.edu.

Thursday, April 18
Spring Fling Showcase at Little Sisters of the Poor
7 to 9 p.m. Volunteers are needed to help and sit with residents of the Little Sisters of the Poor as all enjoy performances by CUA students for Spring Fling Showcase. Visit ministry.cua.edu for additional information and to sign up.

Friday, April 19
Cruise with The House
Cruise with The House, starting in Old Town Alexandria, traveling to Mt. Vernon, then returning to port. Dinner and DJ provided. Tickets are on sale for $10 at a table in the Pryz. Tickets are limited. Meet at 6 p.m. at The House.

Wednesday, April 24
Supper and Social Justice with Father Frank Gignac
Rev. Frank Gignac, professor, theology and religious studies, will speak on the Church's social justice teaching. Dinner provided. Caldwell Hall, Monsignor Stephen J. Happel Room.

Give and Go Donation Drive — Sign Up To Help
Held at the end of the spring semester, Give and Go is a project that encourages students to donate furniture, clothing, school supplies, and food as they move out instead of throwing it away. Sign up now to help collect clean used clothing, books, and unopened food. Go to ministry.cua.edu for more information and to sign up.

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Athletics

Monday, April 15
Men's Tennis
3 p.m., the Cardinals host the Randolph-Macon Yellowjackets, Raymond A. DuFour Athletic Center

Women's Tennis
3 p.m., the Cardinals host the Randolph-Macon Yellowjackets, DuFour Center

Wednesday, April 17
Baseball
4 p.m., the Cardinals host the Bridgewater College Eagles, DuFour Center

Saturday, April 20
Track and Field
9 a.m., the Cardinals compete in the Gettysburg College Invitational, Gettysburg, Pa.

Baseball
1 p.m., the Cardinals host the Susquehanna University Crusaders in a double header, DuFour Center

Women's Lacrosse
1 p.m., the Cardinals host the Susquehanna University Crusaders, DuFour Center

Sunday, April 21
Baseball
Noon, the Cardinals host the Susquehanna University Crusaders, DuFour Center

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Upcoming Events

Tuesday, April 23
SMART Insights Group Internship Information Session
12:30 to 1:30 p.m., the Office of Career Services presents an information session on summer internship opportunities with SMART Insights Group, a boutique management consulting firm. SMART Insights offers interns opportunities to solve real problems and issues facing private and public sector entities by working collaboratively with seasoned professionals to conduct research and analysis, present findings, and lead reform efforts. Pryzbyla Center, Room 323. Registration requested through Cardinal Connection (see Career Events) or call the career services office, 202-319-5623.

Public Lecture: "The Greek Church of Cyprus under Latin Rule, 1191–1474"
5:10 p.m, the Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies presents a lecture by Christopher Schabel, professor of medieval intellectual history and the Latin East in the Department of History and Archaeology at the University of Cyprus and senior visiting fellow of the Onassis Foundation. Pryzbyla Center, Room 351. For additional information, visit mbs.cua.edu/news/index.cfm.
 
Wednesday, April 24
Lunchtime Seminar: “Honorius III and Frankish Greece: The Papal Correspondence”
1 p.m., the Center for Medieval and Byzantine Studies presents this lunchtime seminar with Christopher Schabel. Light buffet provided. Seating limited. R.s.v.p. required by April 17. 300 McMahon Hall. To R.s.v.p., email Lola Lastrapes at Lastrapes@cua.edu. For additional information, visit mbs.cua.edu/news/index.cfm.
 
Leaders in Economic Development: A Looming Alzheimer's Epidemic?
5 to 6 p.m., the Integral Economic Development Management graduate program presents a seminar, "Is There a Looming Alzheimer's Epidemic?", with Jenny Driver, M.D., a research physician at the Boston VA Medical Center, a member of the Division of Aging at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, and an assistant professor at Harvard Medical School. Food and drinks will be served after the seminar. McMahon Hall, Room 201. For more information, contact Jonathan Royden, royden@cua.edu or 202-319-4289.

Thursday, April 25
"The Jewish West Side Story"
12:30 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents a musicology colloquium with Elizabeth Wells, professor at Mount Allison University and author of the award-winning book West Side Story: Cultural Perspectives on an American Musical. Ward Hall, Room 211. For more information, contact Andrew Weaver, 202-319-5414 or weavera@cua.edu.

Alumni Staff and Faculty Get-Together: Register Now
4 to 6 p.m., the Office of Alumni Relations hosts a get-together for staff and faculty alumni featuring drinks and raffles. Free. Registration required by Friday, April 19. Father O'Connell Hall, Craves Family Alumni Center. To register, visit cuatoday.com or call 202-319-5608.

Seminar: "Collective Emotions in Romanos' Biblical Retellings"
5:15 p.m., the Center for the Study of Early Christianity presents "Collective Emotions in Romanos' Biblical Retellings,” a seminar with Georgia Frank, professor of religion at Colgate University. Frank, author of The Memory of the Eyes: Pilgrims to Living Saints in Christian Late Antiquity, focuses on the role of bodies, places, and pictures in the ancient Christian imagination during the fourth through sixth centuries. McMahon Hall, Room 300. For more information, visit earlychristianity.cua.edu/current-events.cfm. Seating limited; registration required. R.s.v.p. to Lola Lastrapes, lastrapes@cua.edu or call 202-319-5795.

Friday, April 26
Special 75th Anniversary Gala Performance: Ken Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Hollywood
7 to 8 p.m., pre-show reception; 8 p.m., performance
Ken Ludwig’s Shakespeare in Hollywood, winner of the 2004 Helen Hayes Award for Best New Play, comes to Hartke Theatre as the final production of the drama school’s 75th-anniversary season. Reception and opportunity to meet the playwright. Tickets for the reception and gala performance: $40. For more information or to purchase tickets, visit drama.cua.edu, email cua-drama@cua.edu, or call 202-319-5358.

Town and Gown Chorus On-Campus Concert
7:30 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents a concert by the CUA Town and Gown Community Chorus, conducted by Kevin O'Brien, music school lecturer, and conductor of the Women’s Chorus and the Town and Gown Community Chorus. St. Vincent de Paul Chapel. For more information, contact Kevin O'Brien, 202-319-5414 or obrienk@cua.edu.

Saturday, April 27
University Singers and Chamber Choir Concert

7:30 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents the CUA University Singers and Chamber Choir in concert, conducted by Leo Nestor, Justine Bayard Ward Professor of Music, director of choral activities, and director of the Institute of Sacred Music. Composers whose works are to be performed include Camille Saint-Saëns, Leo Nestor, Ralph Vaughan Williams, Claudio Monteverdi, and Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, among others. Cathedral of St. Matthew the Apostle, 1725 Rhode Island Ave., N.W. For more information, contact the music school at 202-319-5414 or nestor@cua.edu.

Sunday, April 28
Elaine Walter's Grand Finale
2:30 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music Opera Workshop class performs 17 scenes from operas inspired by the three 18th-century plays by Pierre-Augustin Caron de Beaumarchais. Conceived and directed by retiring Professor Elaine Walter, this marks her last public Scenes program, one she describes as her “final labor of love.” Free and open to the public. No tickets required. Ward Recital Hall. For further information, contact Walter at 202-319-5414 or walter@cua.edu.

Washington International Piano Series Concert — Jose Ramos Santana
8 p.m., the Benjamin T. Rome School of Music presents Jose Ramos Santana performing works by Chopin, Brahms, and Albeniz. The series features works performed on the school's new Steinway D concert grand. Ward Hall, Recital Hall. Free and open to the public. For more information, visit piano.cua.edu/wips.cfm or contact Ivo Kaltchev at 202-319-5861 or kaltchev@cua.edu.

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Announcements

CUA Community Pledge Available for Signing
Students, faculty, and staff are invited to sign the new Community Pledge, which was crafted through the joint efforts of University administrators and students. The Community Pledge is available for signing in the Edward J. Pryzbyla University Center Atrium through Friday, April 19. Students, faculty, and staff also have the option of signing the pledge online at www.cua.edu//catholic-identity/pledge.cfm.

Large Wooden Table Available
The Office of Environmental Health and Safety has a 10-foot x 4-foot wood table available, free for re-use on campus or for sale for individual purchase. First-come, first-served, with preference given to re-use at CUA. No warranty or guarantee on its purchase. To schedule an appointment, contact Andrew Wolf, wolfa@cua.edu. For more information, visit assetmanagement.cua.edu/retirement/Surplus-Furniture.cfm.

Annual Water Disinfection Switch
Through April 29, 2013, the DC Water and Sewer Authority will be temporarily switching the disinfectant in drinking water from chloramine to chlorine, an annual switch in water disinfection that is part of a routine program to clean and maintain water distribution systems in the District of Columbia and Arlington County and Falls Church, Va.

During this time, individuals may notice a slight change in the taste and smell of their drinking water. Local water authorities recommend running the cold water tap for approximately two minutes and refrigerating cold tap water for a few hours to reduce taste and odor. Water filters are also effective in reducing chlorine taste and odor. For more information, call 202-612-3440 (Monday–Friday, 8 a.m.–4:30 p.m.) or 202-612-3400 (24 hours a day) or go to www.dcwater.com.

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For Your Benefit

Thursday, April 18
Register for Know Your Numbers
10 a.m. to 4 p.m., If you are a staff or faculty member covered by United Health Care, register today at register.wellness-inc.com and use Code: Ca-86110-3 for Know Your Numbers, sponsored by the Office of Human Resources. Knowing your numbers will help keep little health issues from growing into big ones. Free screening services will measure body mass index and check blood pressure, cholesterol, and glucose levels. Stop by the Campus Wellness Committee fair from noon to 2 p.m. and take a Health Risk Assessment to earn a $75 gift card. Pryzbyla Center, Great Room C. For more information, call the human resources office at 202-319-5050.

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