By Staff Reports
Arizona Daily Wildcat November 19, 1996
- The UA Library offers a free workshop on creating Web pages beyond the basics in the Science and Engineering Library from 6 until 8 p.m.
The workshop will cover how to use colors, maps and tables. The workshop is designed for users who have attended the create-your-own-homepage workshop.
- Career Services offers a free workshop on how to plan your job search from 11 a.m. until noon. Students are required to check in at the Career Service reception desk in the lower level of Old Main.
The workshop will discuss which strategies are most effective and where resources are available.
- The Student Environmental Action Coalition hosts a symposium on "Sustainable Tucson: What will it take," at 7 p.m. in the Chemistry and Biological Sciences building, Room 216.
Barbara Tellman, author of Saguaro We Going?, David Fuller and Valerie Rauluk of the "Living for the Future" project, and Carolyn Campbell, aide to Tucson City Council member Molly McKasson are speaking on the effects of development on our community.
- The African American Faculty and Staff Association presents an open forum, "Religious Persecution: Burnin' Down the House," in the Main Library, Room A313 from 6 until 7:30 p.m.
The forum will consist of an interfaith panel to discuss the rise in hate crimes involving religious institutions and what individuals can do to protect their rights to freedom of worship.
- The Memorial Student Union's Gallagher Theatre shows "Independence Day" at 7:30 p.m. and 10:15 p.m.
Fact of the Day
Wyoming was the first territory or state within the United States to grant women suffrage in 1869.
Source: The 1995 Almanac