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Agenda universitaria del Recinto Universitario de Mayagüez

BEGIN:VCALENDAR VERSION:2.0 PRODID:-//WDT-UPRM//Eventos//1.0 CALSCALE:GREGORIAN BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121202T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121202T000000 UID:20121202T080000-62101@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:Recorrido en bicicleta por Rincón:\r\n\r\nLa asociación estudiantil Ride a Bike del Colegio invita a dar un paseo y recorrido en bicicleta por el pueblo de Rincón. Esta será nuestra actividad de cierre para el fin de semestre y te invitamos para que compartas y te deleites recorriendo nuevos lugares y aprendiendo acerca de las bellezas y paisajes naturales de Puerto Rico de la mejor forma en que se pueden apreciar que es en bicicleta.\r\n\r\nNos reuniremos desde las 7:30 a.m. para salir a las 8:00 a.m. en el estacionamiento del mirador ubicado en la carretera 115 en Añasco. Si va en dirección oeste, el mirador se encuentra después de el Hotel Rincón Beach Resort a la izquierda. El mirador es una torre con área de estacionamiento. En nuestro recorrido bordearemos la costa de Rincón pasando varias comunidades y playas, visitando el faro hasta llegar a la playa Domes donde ubica la antigua central nuclear. Luego pasaremos por la plaza pública para visitar el mercado orgánico donde tendremos la oportunidad de comprar frutas, jugos y otros productos naturales y orgánicos. Regresaremos hasta el punto de partida para concluir. El tiempo estimado de la travesía es de 4 horas. Llevaremos un paso cómodo (de paseo) evitando las cuestas empinadas.\r\n\r\nPara información y registro: http://www.uprm.edu/portada/eventosverdes/index.php?a=ev&id=163\r\n\r\npaseo en bici por rincon CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121204T103000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121204T130000 UID:20121204T103000-61475@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:La pelicula más escalofriante que hayas visto en años!\r\n\r\n GRATIS\r\n\r\nUltimo Eco-Cine del Semestre\r\nDescription: A documentary on Michael Ruppert, a police officer turned independent reporter who predicted the current financial crisis in his self-published newsletter, From the Wilderness. Mira los Cortos de la pelicula aquí \r\n\r\nIMBD RATING: 7.8 /10\r\n\r\nPlace: SH-205 @ 10:30am o via web streaming desde cualquier punto dentro del RUM con tu cuenta de Portal UPR\r\nVIDEO WEB Streaming\r\n\r\n\r\nAuspicia Campus Verde, Filmoteca, CTI y Biblioteca General del RUM\r\n CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121205T163000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121205T200000 UID:20121205T163000-62185@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:4:30 FILM: QARANTINA (Iraq)\r\nA broken family under an incestuous patriarch lives uneasily within the gated courtyard of a dilapidated Baghdad house. The pregnant daughter has fallen silent, finding some protection from the patriarch’s young second wife and his preteen son. Meanwhile, hard up for money, the household must live with a sullen and imperious boarder, a contract killer. In such a house, though, it may be that freedom and safety actually lie beyond the gates. Iraqi filmmaker Oday Rasheed’s second feature gorgeously captures contemporary Baghdad’s moody interior and stunned atmosphere, echoed in performances by a formidable cast who suggest unexpected resilience in the wake of catastrophe.\r\n\r\n(Global Lens is a series of 10 critically acclaimed contemporary feature films from Colombia, Argentina, Iran, Morocco, Brazil, Rwanda, Albania, Iraq and Turkey that Cinematheque, the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez film association, together with the Puerto Rico Film Society, our partners in San Juan, are bringing to our campus.\r\n\r\nYou can find more information about Global Lens and these 10 films, and watch trailers for all the films at http://www.globalfilm.org)\r\n\r\nInformation: cine@uprm.edu CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121205T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121205T200000 UID:20121205T183000-62187@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:GLOBAL LENS FILM FESTIVAL\r\nDECEMBER 3-6\r\nUPR-MAYAGUEZ\r\n113 STEFANI\r\n\r\n6:30 FILM: TOLL BOOTH (Turkey)\r\nA taciturn tollbooth attendant shuffles between a suffocating home life with his ailing father and the monotony of the box where he works. Desperate to resist his father’s attempt to marry him off while determined to prove his worth by fixing his family’s broken-down car, he drives himself toward a nervous breakdown. After a reassignment to a desolate country road, he begins a flirtatious relationship with a woman who drives by each day. But is this salvation for the aging bachelor, or the further unraveling of his mind? An expert cast and keen art direction contribute to this wry, heartbreaking ode to lost dreams in a sleepwalking world.\r\n\r\n(Global Lens is a series of 10 critically acclaimed contemporary feature films from Colombia, Argentina, Iran, Morocco, Brazil, Rwanda, Albania, Iraq and Turkey that Cinematheque, the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez film association, together with the Puerto Rico Film Society, our partners in San Juan, are bringing to our campus. \r\n\r\nYou can find more information about Global Lens and these 10 films, and watch trailers for all the films at http://www.globalfilm.org)\r\n\r\nInformation: cine@uprm.edu\r\n CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121205T203000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121205T200000 UID:20121205T203000-62227@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:8:30 FILM: PEGASUS (Morocco)\r\nZineb is an emotionally exhausted psychiatrist assigned to Rihana, a traumatized and pregnant young woman found in the street muttering unintelligibly about “The Lord of the Horse.” A flashback sequence returns us to Rihana’s childhood, where her dictatorial father, horseman chief of his tribe, raises her as the son his legacy demands. Trapped in parental delusions, Rihana falls in love with a young man with whom she carves out the beginnings of her own life. Soon, Rihana’s story awakens repressed thoughts in Zineb’s own troubled mind, and reality merges into a haunted fever-dream of fear and denial in this visually striking, award-winning psychological thriller. CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T080000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T130000 UID:20121206T080000-62212@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:\r\nFecha del Evento: Jueves, 6 de Diciembre de 2012\r\n\r\nS-227 10:30- 11:45am\r\n\r\nAgronomo de la Est. Experimental Carlos Otero\r\n\r\nver temas a tratar en este enlace.\r\n\r\nNúmero de participantes: 35\r\n\r\nLugar del evento: S-227\r\n\r\nhttp://www.uprm.edu/portada/eventosverdes/index.php?a=ev&id=133 CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T183000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T200000 UID:20121206T183000-62183@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:GLOBAL LENS FILM FESTIVAL\r\nDECEMBER 3-6\r\nUPR-MAYAGUEZ\r\n113 STEFANI\r\n\r\n6:30: El Premio (Argentina)\r\nUnder the cloud of a military dictatorship, a young mother and her daughter flee Buenos Aires for the seclusion of a ramshackle cottage along the windy dunes of an Argentine beach. As her mother listens for news from the radio with sad stoicism, restlessly curious seven-year-old Cecilia joins a nearby school overseen by a kindly teacher. A childhood idyll, however, soon becomes contaminated by the general political crisis, as the teacher recruits the class for a patriotic essay contest sponsored by the army—the very people that may have already disappeared Cecilia’s father—in this superbly acted and engrossingly atmospheric drama about innocence in illicit times.\r\n\r\n(Global Lens is a series of 10 critically acclaimed contemporary feature films from Colombia, Argentina, Iran, Morocco, Brazil, Rwanda, Albania, Iraq and Turkey that Cinematheque, the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez film association, together with the Puerto Rico Film Society, our partners in San Juan, are bringing to our campus. \r\n\r\nYou can find more information about Global Lens and these 10 films, and watch trailers for all the films at http://www.globalfilm.org)\r\n\r\nInformation: cine@uprm.edu\r\n CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T180000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T210000 UID:20121206T180000-62220@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:ENCENDIDO Y FIESTA DE NAVIDAD – Desde las \r\n6:00 PM, en el Complejo Deportivo de las \r\nCanchas de Tenis. Participa en el parrandón \r\nnavideño con nuestra Banda Colegial saliendo \r\ndesde la Biblioteca General hacia el Complejo. \r\nHabrá música en vivo. Para más información, \r\nfavor llamar a la ext. 3366. (Oficina del Rector, \r\nDecanato de Estudiantes, Actividades Sociales y \r\nCulturales y Banda y Orquesta) CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT BEGIN:VEVENT DTSTART;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T203000 DTEND;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20121206T200000 UID:20121206T203000-62182@uprm.edu DTSTAMP;TZID=America/Puerto_Rico:20171119T083414 SUMMARY:GLOBAL LENS FILM FESTIVAL\r\nDECEMBER 3-6\r\nUPR-MAYAGUEZ\r\n113 STEFANI\r\n\r\n8:30 FILM: GREY MATTER (Rwanda)\r\nSet in Kigali, Rwanda’s capital, this radiantly self-referential film-within-a-film describes the vision and trials of a determined filmmaker named Balthazar, as he tries to produce his first feature, The Cycle of the Cockroach. The trenchant drama, about a brother and sister dealing with the aftermath of genocide, finds no support from agencies only interested in funding upbeat policy-friendly films. As Balthazar borrows recklessly from a loan shark, the Cycle plays out on the screen, subtly measuring the horror and systematic madness of events hardly unique to Rwanda, while offering bracing insight into the nature of political violence.\r\n\r\n(Global Lens is a series of 10 critically acclaimed contemporary feature films from Colombia, Argentina, Iran, Morocco, Brazil, Rwanda, Albania, Iraq and Turkey that Cinematheque, the University of Puerto Rico - Mayagüez film association, together with the Puerto Rico Film Society, our partners in San Juan, are bringing to our campus. \r\n\r\nYou can find more information about Global Lens and these 10 films, and watch trailers for all the films at http://www.globalfilm.org)\r\n CLASS:PUBLIC LOCATION: CATEGORIES: END:VEVENT END:VCALENDAR