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Release: Dec. 12, 2002
UI students share knowledge of cultures with Anamosa High
Two UI international students and a U.S. student who has volunteered abroad
will make a presentation to a group of 20 students from Anamosa High School
from 9-11:30 a.m. Friday, Dec. 13 in Room 36 of the University of Iowa International
Center on the UI campus.
Mike Post, a UI premed student, will present a 45-minute talk on his experiences
volunteering at a hospital in Kenya. Next, Rashmi Gupta, UI graduate student
in the Henry B. College of Business, will discuss the caste system and the
role of women in India. Lastly, Osama Saba, UI graduate student, will talk
about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict from the perspective of a Palestinian.
Social studies students from Gary Heiar's high school class will be attending
these presentations. This visit is part of the International Classroom Journey,
an outreach program sponsored by International Programs for internationalizing
eastern Iowa's K-12 classrooms.
For more information, contact Buffy Quintero, International Programs outreach
coordinator, at 335-0345.
Film series ends Dec. 13 with 'The Long Goodbye'
"The Cinematheque at Becker," film series ends Friday, Dec. 13
with "The Long Goodbye," directed by Robert Altman, USA, 1973,
112 min., starring Elliott Gould, Nina Van Pallandt, Sterling Hayden, Jim
Bouten, and Mark Rydell. The film will be shown at 3:30 p.m. in Room 101,
Becker Communication Studies Building and is free and open to the public.
The series, which will resume in the spring semester, features treasures
from the University of Iowa Institute for Cinema and Culture collection.
For more information, contact the UI Institute for Cinema and Culture at