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The War on Doping in Professional Sports

Jeff Novitzky and The War on Doping in Professional Sports, Saturday, July 7, 2 p.m. Novitzky is a former federal law enforcement agent. With a background in athletics, he was the relentless and exacting nemesis of celebrity dopers including Barry Bonds, Marion Jones, Lance Armstrong and others. Novitzky will share his experiences from some of those investigations, techniques he used as well as evidence he collected to find and stop those athletes who cheated to win.

Cost: Free for Members or with admission.


The Day After: China, the US, and the Rush to Secure N. Korean WMD

Nuking Asteroids Lecture

Ben McGee will present a lecture on nuking asteroids at the National Atomic Testing Museum! Free for members, $5 for the public.

Screen Printing Workshop

The College of Liberal Arts’ University Forum lecture series presents On Painting and Mediated Experience a talk by John Bauer, artist, Based in Los Angeles.

John Bauer’s abstract paintings question the nature of expression within the historical contexts of art and culture. The artist recycles a personal lexicon of signs, marrying the digital to the handmade with a combination of screen printing and painting. In this talk, Bauer will explore his paintings, career, and creative practice.

Visitors are invited to view his work in the Barrick’s gallery, and attend a free screen printing workshop prior to the lecture.