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Week Of: May 26 - June 01

05/26 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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05/26 09:00 AM

Track & Field WOU track & field team at NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships

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05/27 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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05/28 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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05/29 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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05/29 07:30 PM

Half a Block from Home Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)

- On Stage

05/30 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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05/30 07:30 PM

Half a Block from Home Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)

- On Stage

05/30 12:00 AM

Academic Excellence Showcase On May 30th, 2013,Western Oregon University will celebrate student academic excellence. The entire day will be dedicated to the presentation of student scholarly activities, including original research papers, projects, artwork, performances, and upper-division course projects, presentations, and papers. The showcase will again be organized by the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and the Program for Undergraduate Research Experiences (PURE). To demonstrate the importance of student scholarly pursuits at Western, the Faculty Senate is encouraging the faculty to cancel their classes, while at the same time requiring students to attend their peers' presentations. The primary objectives of the Showcase are to provide an opportunity for presenters, giving them experience that will be useful in furthering their education and careers, and to expose the entire student body to the breadth and importance of the scholarship that is being conducted across campus. An Academic Excellence Showcase Planning Committee, including faculty and staff from across campus, is organizing this event. In order to ensure the highest level of participation the Showcase Planning Committee has enlisted faculty volunteers, representing academic disciplines across campus, to serve as Session Chairs. Follow the links from the menu to the left for suggested session formats and session chair responsibilities.

- See: Proceedings

05/30 03:00 PM

WOUPSA Keynote Speaker: Dr. Elliot Berkman, A Social Affective Neuroscience Perspective on Health Goals Dr. Elliot Berkman from the University of Oregon will be coming to WOU to present his talk, 'A Social Affective Neuroscience Perspective on Health Goals.' In the talk, Dr. Berkman will describe his neuroscientific research that complements and extends traditional ways of studying health goals, their underlying neurocognitive processes, and their long-term outcomes. In so doing, he will demonstrate how a neurally informed model of health goals can generate new insights and directions for intervention.

- Columbia

05/31 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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05/31 07:30 PM

Half a Block from Home Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)

- On Stage

05/31 12:00 AM

The $tart $mart Salary Negotiation Workshop $tart $mart workshops were developed by the WAGE project to empower college women who are approaching the job market with tools to negotiate salaries and benefits. The workshop is designed for college women at the junior and senior level. This FREE workshop was made possible through an ASWOU Senate grant. ** Register by May 24th.

- Willamette

05/31 03:00 PM

Start Smart Workshop Sponsored by AAUW and the WAGE Project, Abby's House will be having a $tart $mart salary negotiation workshop on May 31 at 3pm. These workshops were developed to empower college when who are approaching the job market with tools to negotiate salaries and benefits. WAGE Staff have hosted workshops on more than 165 campuses across the United States. The workshop will explain the consequences of the gender-based wage gap, teach personal budgeting, explain compensation benchmarking, and teach skills for negotiating salary and benefits. Registration forms are available in Abby's House and due May 24.

- Willamette

06/01 12:00 PM

Lunch and Learn Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall

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06/01 07:30 PM

Half a Block from Home Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)

- On Stage





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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
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Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Friday , May 24 (Multi-day event)
Time: 09:00 a.m. - 10:00 a.m.
Location: ,
Cost: TBA
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Description: WOU track & field team at NCAA Division II Outdoor Championships
Sponsoring Group: WOU Athletics
Contact Info: 503-838-8051
Event Website: http://www.wouwolves.com/index.aspx

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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Wednesday, May 29 (Multi-day event)
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:30 p.m.
Location: , On Stage
Cost: 7/10/12
Audience:
Description: Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)
Sponsoring Group: Theatre/Dance Deaprtment
Contact Info: 503-838-8462
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/theater_dance/

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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Wednesday, May 29 (Multi-day event)
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:30 p.m.
Location: , On Stage
Cost: 7/10/12
Audience:
Description: Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)
Sponsoring Group: Theatre/Dance Deaprtment
Contact Info: 503-838-8462
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/theater_dance/

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Date: Thursday , May 30
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , See: Proceedings
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: On May 30th, 2013,Western Oregon University will celebrate student academic excellence. The entire day will be dedicated to the presentation of student scholarly activities, including original research papers, projects, artwork, performances, and upper-division course projects, presentations, and papers. The showcase will again be organized by the Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi and the Program for Undergraduate Research Experiences (PURE). To demonstrate the importance of student scholarly pursuits at Western, the Faculty Senate is encouraging the faculty to cancel their classes, while at the same time requiring students to attend their peers' presentations. The primary objectives of the Showcase are to provide an opportunity for presenters, giving them experience that will be useful in furthering their education and careers, and to expose the entire student body to the breadth and importance of the scholarship that is being conducted across campus. An Academic Excellence Showcase Planning Committee, including faculty and staff from across campus, is organizing this event. In order to ensure the highest level of participation the Showcase Planning Committee has enlisted faculty volunteers, representing academic disciplines across campus, to serve as Session Chairs. Follow the links from the menu to the left for suggested session formats and session chair responsibilities.
Sponsoring Group: The Honor Society of Phi Kappa Phi & The Program for Undergraduate Research Experiences
Contact Info: 503-838-8634
Event Website: https://www.wou.edu/events/academic_excellence/

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Date: Thursday , May 30
Time: 03:00 p.m. - 04:00 p.m.
Location: , Columbia
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Dr. Elliot Berkman from the University of Oregon will be coming to WOU to present his talk, 'A Social Affective Neuroscience Perspective on Health Goals.' In the talk, Dr. Berkman will describe his neuroscientific research that complements and extends traditional ways of studying health goals, their underlying neurocognitive processes, and their long-term outcomes. In so doing, he will demonstrate how a neurally informed model of health goals can generate new insights and directions for intervention.
Sponsoring Group: WOUPSA
Contact Info: 541-480-0888
Event Website: n/a

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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Wednesday, May 29 (Multi-day event)
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:30 p.m.
Location: , On Stage
Cost: 7/10/12
Audience:
Description: Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)
Sponsoring Group: Theatre/Dance Deaprtment
Contact Info: 503-838-8462
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/theater_dance/

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Date: Friday , May 31
Time: 12:00 a.m. - 12:00 a.m.
Location: , Willamette
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: $tart $mart workshops were developed by the WAGE project to empower college women who are approaching the job market with tools to negotiate salaries and benefits. The workshop is designed for college women at the junior and senior level. This FREE workshop was made possible through an ASWOU Senate grant. ** Register by May 24th.
Sponsoring Group: ASWOU
Contact Info: 503.838.8555
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/aswou/

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Date: Friday , May 31
Time: 03:00 p.m. - 06:00 p.m.
Location: , Willamette
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Sponsored by AAUW and the WAGE Project, Abby's House will be having a $tart $mart salary negotiation workshop on May 31 at 3pm. These workshops were developed to empower college when who are approaching the job market with tools to negotiate salaries and benefits. WAGE Staff have hosted workshops on more than 165 campuses across the United States. The workshop will explain the consequences of the gender-based wage gap, teach personal budgeting, explain compensation benchmarking, and teach skills for negotiating salary and benefits. Registration forms are available in Abby's House and due May 24.
Sponsoring Group: Abby's House
Contact Info: 503-799-0145
Event Website: www.wou.edu/abbyshouse

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Date: Friday , April 19 (Multi-day event)
Time: 12:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
Location: , 141
Cost: free
Audience:
Description: Free workshops provided by WOU's SafeZone: 4/19 - Meaning of the "Day of Silence" 4/30 - "What is SafeZone?" 5/10 - Sexual Violence against the LGBT Community 5/24 - The (OR) State of Marriage Equality 6/3 - "What is Lav Grad?" 6/7 - Riot and Pride: History of Stonewall
Sponsoring Group: Student Leadership and Activities
Contact Info: 503-838-8659
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/student/sla/safezone.php#contact

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Date: Wednesday, May 29 (Multi-day event)
Time: 07:30 p.m. - 09:30 p.m.
Location: , On Stage
Cost: 7/10/12
Audience:
Description: Western Oregon University's Department of Theatre and Dance invites you to experience the world premier of an original play entitled Half a Block From Home, the closing show of its 2012-2013 Season. Half a Block from Home is a new, devised theatre piece filled with storytelling, poetry, and scenes that examines social justice from women?s suffrage until today. Created by a company of students and faculty, the production explores issues of equality and justice, especially those close to home. Directed by WOU theatre professor Michael Phillips, the show features an ensemble of student actors, including Richard Borland (Bend, OR), Jill Ekins (Lebanon, OR), Erin Cunningham (Corvallis, OR), Declan Hertel (Rocklin, CA), Trevor Jackson (Salem, OR), Mogan Josef (Portland, OR), Amanda Konstantin (Pittsburg, CA),Tia Laulusa (Portland, OR), Clare McKay(Juntura, OR), Amanda Norman (Tacoma, WA), Margaret Sherbourne (Portland, OR), Ken Tang (Portland, OR), Kim Wilson (Federal Way, WA)
Sponsoring Group: Theatre/Dance Deaprtment
Contact Info: 503-838-8462
Event Website: http://www.wou.edu/las/creativearts/theater_dance/

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