October at Penn
Poetry, Prose and Anything Goes; an open-mic
poetry and performance night; Chats, 3800 Locust Walk; 8:30 p.m. (Writers
16 Creating the Bowie Bond; David Pullman, C'83, managing director, Structured Asset Sales Group of Fahnestack & Company, Inc; creator of "Bowie Bonds", in which he packaged and sold $55 mil. in securities backed by anticipated royalties from rock star David Bowie's first 25 albums; 4:30 p.m.; Rm. 200, College Hall (SAS Alumni Lecture Series).
20 The Role of the Winged Helix Gene, Mf3, in Patterning the Mouse Embryo; Dr. Patricia Labosky, dept. of cell and developmental biology, School of Medicine; Physiology Department Conference Room; 4th Floor, Richards Building; 2 p.m. (Pennsylvania Muscle Institute).
Laçan/généalogies; Elizabeth Rudinesco, psychiatrist; Lauder-Fischer Hall;
4:30 p.m. (The French Institute)
The talk on Environmental Policies vs. Poverty, Violence, & Despair: The Role of Green Places in a Sound Human Habitat scheduled for October 17, at 12:15 p.m. in Steinberg Hall-Dietrich Hall (Institute for Environmental Studies) has been canceled.