Show your school spirit at today's Wildcat Madness event on the UA Mall. Practice free throws for free merchandise from UofA Bookstores between 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. One lucky winner will receive a basketball signed by UA mens' basketball coach Lute Olson. For more information, call Beth Bujarski at 621-8475.
Before you pack the cooler with ice and lather on suntan lotion, check out today's Safe Spring Break Informational Fair on the UA Mall. Between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m., you will can pick up free information, resources and condoms to make your spring break a little more exciting. For more information, call 621-0762.
Poetry and harmony steal center stage at today's American Indian Studies Program, "Bronco and Miracle Hill," in Harvill room 415. Singer and songwriter Blackhorse Mitchell will share his trades - moccasin making and Navajo Blues - with the audience. The program begins at 11 a.m. and lasts until noon, with a question and answer period concluding the event. For more information, call Claudia Nelson at 626-9181.
Your astrological sign takes a back seat at tonight's Steward Observatory Public Evening Lecture, "The Gemini Giants: Twin Telescopes in Chili and Hawaii." The UA will position its 21-inch telescope for viewing following the 7:30 p.m. lecture in the Steward Observatory N210, weather permitting. For more information, contact Thomas Fleming at 621-5049.
The gods will be watching over tonight's performance of "Angels in America." The Broadway play focuses on a variety of topics including homosexuality, drug addiction and U.S. politics. The 7:30 p.m. show is intended for mature audiences and contains adult themes and language. Tickets can be purchased at the Marroney Theatre for $12 to $18 through the Fine Arts Box Office at 621-1162.
Monday signifies the return of the 9-to-5 workday, extra traffic on the highway, and free installments of the Writing About Literature Workshop. Today's lecture focuses on "Writing and Reading Abstracts and Annotated Bibliographies." The 5 p.m. discussion will take place in Modern Languages room 413 and aims to help students improve their research and essay-writing skills. For more information, call Donna Rabuck at 621-5849.
Practice your Spanish and learn about one of the hottest countries overseas at today's Brazil Studies lecture, "Modernizacao Cultural Nos Anos 20." The 3 p.m. lecture will take place in Modern Languages room 410 and is open to students of all majors. For more information on this or any other event sponsored by Brazil Studies call Maria Carvalho at 621-3639.
-Compiled by Mindy Jones