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Arizona Daily Wildcat
February 23, 1998

Today on Campus

  • Rex Woods will perform on the piano tonight from 8 to 10 in Crowder Hall of the Fine Arts Complex. Before the concert, attend Woods' lecture at 7:15 p.m. in Room 162 of the Music building. This lecture and recital are sponsored by the School of Music and Dance. Contact 621-2998 for ticket information.

  • Applications for the Arizona Student's Association Legislative Conference are due tomorrow, Feb. 24. It is not too late to sign up to experience this great opportunity. Get more details and your application at ASUA. The event is Thursday, March 5, and includes a Dean's excuse, lunch and a ride to and from Phoenix.

  • The Africana Studies Program and the UA Prevention Center present a Black History Month lecture with Dr. Gladys Branic, Director of the Manatee County Public Health Department in Bradenton, Fla. You're invited to join the discussion from 4 to 6 today in the Senior Ballroom of the Memorial Student Union.

  • "The Enterprising Artist: Angelica Kauffman and the Business of Art" will be presented at 7 tonight. Art Historian and Professor Wendy Wassyng Roworth of the University of Rhode Island, will discuss the artwork and cultural circumstances surrounding Angelica Kauffman in the late 18th century. The lecture will be held in the Auditorium of the Architecture building.

- compiled by Kate Longworth

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