"KMonth Asian Arts and Entertainment Festival/ Closing Ceremony." November 12, 2009

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"KMonth Asian Arts and Entertainment Festival/ Closing Ceremony." November 12, 2009
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2.ALLIGATOR THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 2009NewsTodaySATURDAY. ...-:'//tt: SUNNY77/525p.m.DauerHall,RuthMcQuownRoomCORRECTIONItwasreportedinTuesday'SeditionoftheAlligatorthatUFhaslaidoffninefacultymembersand32 staff. UFhasactuallysentlayoff noticestoninefacultyand34 staff.Assistant Photo Editor Freelance Editor the Avenue Editor Graphics Chief Copy Desk Chiefs Opinions Editor Sports Editor Assistant Sports Editor alligatorSports.org Editor Editorial BoardalIi ,'oaior""COM'""""'" g ,,,,,,,,_,,,, Not officially associated with the UniversityofFlorida Published byCampusCommunications Inc.,ofGainesville, FloridaNEWSROOM352-376-4458(Voice),352-376-4467(Fax)Editor Kristin Bjornsen, kbjomsen@al/igator.org Managing Editor / Print Brian Kelley, bkel/ey@al/igator.org Managing Editor / Online Jennifer Jenkins jjenkins@al/igator.org Assistant Online Editor Andrew Stanfill, astanfil/@al/igator.org Metro Editor Emily Fuggetta, efuggetta@al/igator.org University Editor Chelsea Keenan ckeenan@al/igator.org Will Olsen, wo/sen@al/igator.org Phil Kegler, pkegler@al/igator.orgKyleMaistri, kmaistri@al/igator.org Bobby Callovi, bcal/ovi@al/igator.org Kristin Bjornsen, Brian Kelley, Jennifer Jenkins, Will Olsen Photo Editor Harrison Diamond, hdiamond@alligator.orgMattTripp mtripp@al/igator.org AshleyRoss,aross@al/igator.org Lane Nieset, Inieset@al/igator.org Jessica Warshaver Jack Benge, Adam Berry, Emily Blake, Joe Holzer, Rachael Pino Copy Editors Alex Chachkevitch, Sanika Dange, Ashley Hemmy, Corey McCall, Amanda Milligan, Emily Morrow, George Pappas, Paul Runnestrand, Jennifer Smith, Erica Zayas Advertising Assistant Intern Coordinator Display Advertising Clerks Sales RepresentativesDISPLAYADVERTISING352-376-4482,800-496-0265(Voice),352-376-4556(Fax)Advertising DirectorRoseSierra, rsierra@al/igator.org Advertising Office Manager Victoria Livingston, vlivingston@al/igator.org Melissa Bell Sara Ingebretsen Sara Ingebretsen, Shaun O'ConnorZoyaAvyaeva, Jen Cowie, Caitlin Dilks, Natasha Dykes, BrittanyFayne,Joaquin Martinez, Megan Meckstroth, Samantha Owen, Melany ValderramaPRODUCTIONProduction Manager Stephanie Gocklin, sgocklin@al/igator.org Assistant Production Manager Erica Bales, eba/es@al/igator.org Advertising ProductionStaffShannon Close, Doug Eastman, Shaun O'Connor, Briana O'Sullivan Editorial ProductionStaffErica Ervin, Jocelyne Sanchez, Max WeisslerCIRCULATIONOperations Assistant David CarlsonSYSTEMSDesktop Support Manager Kevin HartCLASSIFIEDADVERTISING352-373-FIND (Voice), 352-376-3015(Fax) Classified Advertising Manager Ellen Light, el/ight@al/igator.org Classified Clerks Ashley Flattery, Wildivina RosarioBUSINESS352-376-4446(Voice),352-376-4556(Fax)Comptroller Ramona Malloy Senior Bookkeeper Melissa Bell, mbel/@al/igator.org Accounting Clerks Dyana Sanchez Assistant Bookkeeper Amanda MillerADMINISTRATION352-376-4446(Voice),352-376-4556(Fax)General Manager PatriciaCarey,tcarey@al/igator.org Administrative Manager Judy Moore Administrative Assistant Lenora McGowan, Imcgowan@alligator.org President EmeritusC.E.Barber, cebarber@al/igator.orgTheIndependent Florida Alligatorisastudentnewspaper serving the UniversityofFlorida, pub lishedbya nonprofit501(c)(3) educational organization, Campus Communications Inc.,P.O.Box14257,Gainesville, Florida,32604-2257TheAlligatorispublished Monday through Friday morn ings, except during holidays and exam periods. DuringUFsummeracademic termsTheAlligatorispublished Tuesdays and Thursdays.TheAlligatorisamemberofthe Newspaper AssociationofAmerica, National Newspaper Associa tion, Florida Press Association and Southern University Newspapers.Subscription Rates: One Semester (Fall or Spring)$18SummerSemester$10TwoSemesters (FallorSpring)$35Full Year (All Semesters)$40TheAlligatoroffices are locatedat1105W UniversityAve.Classified advertising can be placedatthatlocation from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, except for holidays. Classifieds also canbeplacedattheUFBookstore.Copyright2005.Allrights reserved.NoportionofTheAlligatormay be reproducedinany meanswithoutthe written consentofanofficerofCampus Communica tions Inc.PARTLYCLOUDY78/59MONDAYSUNDAY ,...-.-'/ni" SUNNY79/54UFalumniamongspeakers for Florida Writers' FestivalThree UFalumniauthorswill visit UF thisweekendforthe2009 Florida Writers' Festival. The festival,organizedbytheEnglishDepartment'sCreative WritingProgram,isinits 25thyearandbringsfamousauthors,poetsandwriterstoUFo"Thefestival givesstudentsa chancetomeetthewriterstheyhavebeenreadingintheundergraduateprogram,"saidDavidLeavitt, a co-director ofthefes tival.Fourauthorsarevisiting this year: ChrisAdrian,Chris Bachelder, ChrisTusaandCD.Wright.AdrianandBachelderarenovelists,whileTusaandWrightare poets. "[BachelderandAdrian]arebothinnovative,adventurouswritersonthecuttingedgeontoday'sfiction," Leavitt said.Adiran,BachelderandTusahaveallearnedeither bachelorsormastersdegreesatUFo"Welikedtheideaofhavingthembecausethey'reall UFalumsandthey'reallnamedChris," Leavitt said,addingtheywouldinspirestudentswhoplantobecomewritersaftergraduation. Theauthorswill eachbedoingareadingThursday,FridayandSaturdaynightattheAlachuaCountyPublic LibraryandSmathersLibrary East. There will alsobeaninformal talkwithBachelder,AdrianandWrightatSmathers Library EastSaturdayafternoon. Eacheventis freeandopentothepublic,andfood willbeprovided.The festival isbeingheldinconjunctionwithSmathersLibraryandtheAlachuaCountyLibrary system. Theauthorsarebeingpaidabout$2,500 each forthevisit. Parkesaidshethinksthecombinationofthetwoelements willmakethiseventoneofRUBEntertainment'smostsuccessful. "Forsomereason,peoplelove 'RockBand'competitions,andpeoplelove TheShoddyBeat les," Parke said. "So, it's aperfect combination. It's goingtobebig."-ANDREWWYZAN The Alligator strives tobeaccurate and clear in its news reports and editorials. If you find an error, please call our newsroom at 352-376-4458 or sendane-mail to editor@ alligator.org. NATASHA SCHOULTZFRIDAY ...-:'/nt: SUNNY74/51TODAYPARTLYCLOUDY68/49LOCALOrange&Brew to host 'Beatles Bonanza!'The Beatles willbecausing acrowdto come together to night. ReitzUnionBoard Entertainmentwillbehosting"Beat les Bonanza!"todayat8 p.m.atOrange&Brew. It will feature TheShoddyBeatles, a local Beatles coverband,"TheBeatles: RockBand"competitionsandgiveaways. The freeeventis co-sponsoredbyEntertainmentArts (EA) Games,whowill raffle offtwo"TheBeatles: Rock Band" games. Bailey Parke, a RUB EntertainmentBandsCommitteeco-director,saidshewasapproachedbytheUF EAGamesrepresentativeaboutdoinganeventfeaturing "The Beatles: Rock Band."KMonthAsianArtsandEntertainmentFestival!ClosingCeremonyFriday, 6:30p.m.to11p.m. ReitzUnionAmphitheaterThisyearKaleidoscopeMonthisholdingtheSecondAnnualAsianArtsandEntertainmentFestival (AAEF)withtheclos ing ceremony. Thiseventis freeandopentothepublic.Gotanevent?Andwanttopostitinthis space?Sendane-mail to bkel ley@alligator.orgwith"What'sHappening"inthesubject line. Please include a oneto two sentencesynopsisoftheevent. Makesureall submissionsareformatted properly.CampKesemandAEDUltimateFrisbeeTournamentSunday,11a.m. FlavetFieldComeoutandplayUltimate Frisbeewhilehelpingfamilies affectedbycancer. The cost is$5perparticipant. There willbeatleastsevenplayersoneach team.Coedintramuralrules apply. E-mailCarlyBlusteinatcarlyb28@ufl.edu tosignupforthetournament.Visitwww.campkesem.org/ufformorein formationaboutCampKesem.FORECASTIsraelWeekKickoff: ANightofFunandLaughswithBenjiLovitt Today, 8:30 p.m.XS,1728 W University Ave. Entrance totheclubandbever agesarefree."CleanEnergy:When&How"Today, 7 p.m. to 8 p.m. TheDynamo,www.thedynamo.org/blog1.php,UF'sonlystudentthinktank, willbehostinga discussiononcleanandsustain able energy. It is freeandopentothepublicandwillbepaneledbythree to sixprominentspeakersinacademia,businessandgov ernment. IDEAL FallOpenHouseToday, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.Doyouhavewhatit takes tobeanofficialambassadorfortheReitzUnionandCenter forStudentActivitiesandInvolvement?CometotheIDEAL FallOpenHouseintheArredondoRoomandmeetcurrentmemberswholovehelpingstudentsoncampusfindwheretheybelonginin volvement. Become apartoftheIDEAL familyandbecomeaninvolvedleaderoncampus.Makesuretobethere forthepresentationat8 p.m.HistoryandPractice ofOttomanMiniaturePaintingandIlluminationToday, 7:30 p.m.HamMuseumofArtauditoriumCometo thisMuseumNightstalkbySerminCidditolearnaboutancestralpaintingstylesinTurkey.AmericanSolarEnergySocietymeetingToday, 7 p.m. Rinker 230Duringthis generalbodymeet ing,thegroupwill discusstheupcomingSolarCycle event.TheywillthenvisittheSolar ResearchParktoworkonvariousASES re search projects. FalloftheWallsymposium:"GoodByeDDR:MemoryandMaterialCulture"Friday, 10 a.m. tonoon,2 p.m. to RUBEntertainmentpresents:BeatlesBonanzaToday, 8 p.m.Orange&BrewRUBEntertainmentandEA GamespresentlocalsuperstarsTheShoddyBeatlesanda chance toplay"TheBeatles: RockBand." "The Beatles: RockBand" will alsobegivenawayattheevent.WHAT'S HAPPENINGHeroicMonumentalism:TheStateanditsArchitectureinthe1930s Today, 6 p.m.HamMuseumofArtauditoriumThis talkbyDietmarSchirmer forMuseumNightsanswersthequestion"Is there a fascist archi tectureorhasitonlytodowithmass societyandculture?"