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Every Body Week concludes with two days of events April 15-16. At 7 p.m., Thursday, April 15, in the Dunne Basement, there will be viewing of the award-winning film, “Killing Us Softly 3: Advertising's Image of Women” on the study of gender representation in advertising.
All day Friday, April 16, “Fearless Friday,” people are being encouraged to challenge themselves and others to a "No Diet" and "No Fat Talk" day: Stop talking about food, weight, diets, fat, calories, or body shape and size; compliment yourself and others on attributes other than physical size, shape or beauty; throw away your diet pills, magazines, diet books, and other dieting materials in the "Fearless Friday" bins in Benson Memorial Center. All sponsored by the Wellness Center.
A film directed and produced by communication professor Yahia Mahamdi, "Thank You For Your Patience," will be shown at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 20, in the SCU Recital Hall. This Film presents the real-life stories behind the crisis of the workers' compensation system in California and provides insight into the struggles that injured workers face when navigating the system.
Two very different musical programs will be presented this week by the Center for Performing Arts in the Recital Hall. At 8 p.m., Friday, April 16: "I hear America Singing" by faculty and selected SCU music majors, with repertoire of Stephen Foster, Samuel Barber, William Bolcom, Aaron Copland, Charles Ives, Ned Rorem, Leonard Bernstein, and others. At 8 p.m. on Saturday, April 17: "Day of Remembrance- remembering the Holocaust through song,” with faculty Kathleen Ludowise, Joshua Elder, Liliane Cromer and alumna Lori Ann Schmidt sharing the poignant and memorable literature commemorating the Holocaust.
"Neuroethics: The Neuroscience Revolution, Ethics, and the Law," at 6 p.m. Tuesday, April 20, Adobe Lodge. The spring quarter lecture by Hank Greely of Stanford Law School will be followed by a panel discussion with Bill Langston, Founder of the Parkinson's Institute; Margaret McLean, bioethicist at the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics; and Amy Moore, a specialist in neuroscience in the SCU biology department. Thomas Plante, psychology, will moderate.