19 The Works of Sarah Steele; original watercolors featuring flowers and landscapes will be on display at the Penn Women's Center, 3643 Locust Walk. Through April 17.


17 Instructional Programs; classes forming now in squash, tennis, self-defense, ballroom dance, gymnastics and in-line skating; for more info: 898-6101 (Department of Recreation).


18 Women's Lacrosse vs. Loyola, 7 p.m.; Franklin Field.

19 Baseball vs. St. Joseph's, 3 p.m.; Bower Field.


17 Postcommunist Atomization, Citizenship and the Future of Democracy in East-Central Europe; Winifried Thaa, University of Michigan; 4 p.m.; Anspach Lounge, Stiteler Hall (Political Science).

18 Three Glimpses into the Chinese Harem; Dorothy Ko, Rutgers University ; noon; Room 341B, 3401 Walnut (Women's Studies).

Footbinding is History; Dorothy Ko, Rutgers University; 4:30 p.m.; Room 329A, 3401 Walnut (Women's Studies).

Divine Bodies and the Embodiment of the Divine; Darielle Mason, Stella Kramrisch Curator of Indian and Himalayan Art, Philadelphia Museum of Art; 5:30 p.m., Room 113, Jaffe History of Art Building; PENNcard holders only (History of Art).


The deadline for the April at Penn calendar is today, March 11. The deadline for the weekly Update is the Monday of the week prior to publication.

On Exhibit

Wonderland, at Acadia National Park in Maine, is a 1996 photograph by Jeannette Flamm in in the show Woods, Rocks--Earth's Treasures at the Faculty Club's Burrison Art Gallery. Ms. Flamm, who studied with Becky Young at Penn, no she teaches photography for the Philadelphia School System in association with the "Say Yes to Education" program at GSE. Her photographs will be on view through March 28, weekdays 9:30 a.m.-7:30 p.m.


Volume 43 Number 25
March 11, 1997

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