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Arizona Daily Wildcat
March 11, 1998

Today on Campus

  • Take an ArtBreak with Maurice Grossman in the UA Museum of Art. Maurice will be available to discuss her work as an artist, archivist and activist at 12:15 p.m. today.

  • The School of Music and Dance brings you a Lecture Recital with Estibaliz Gastesi. This event begins at 7:30 tonight in Holsclaw Recital Hall of the Fine Arts Complex.

  • AZ Jazz 1, under the direction of Neal Finn will perform tonight at 8 with guest trombonist Bill Watrous. The School of Music and Dance brings this event of the AZ Jazz Week celebration to you in Crowder Hall of the Fine Arts Complex. Cost is $3 to attend.

  • Join one of the finest writers on the natural world in a Poetry Center Reading at 8 tonight. Rick Bass, author of 11 books of fiction and non-fiction, will visit the UA Campus in the Auditorium of the Modern Languages building to recite some of his works.

  • Is it a man or is it a woman? Find out if your clothes say it all when psychiatry resident Ron Webber asks "The Clothes Don't Really Make the Man or Do They - A Case of Transvestitism." The discussion will be held today in Room 5403 of the Arizona Health Sciences Center from 4 to 5:30 p.m.

  • Professor Chris McAuley will discuss Carribean political economist Oliver Cox's "World System" at noon today in the Martin Luther King, Jr. Center, Room 100.

  • Frank Hoppensteadt of Arizona State University will speak on "Mathematical Aspects of Temporal and Spatial Synchronization of Bacterial Cell Cultures." Attend this lecture from 4 to 5 p.m. today in the Economics building, Room 200.

  • Discuss "The Relation Between Life Evolution and the Earth's Dynamics" at 4 this afternoon. Shigenori Maruyama of the Tokyo Institute of Technology in Japan will lead this colloquium in the Conference Room, 309, of the Space Sciences building.

- compiled by Kate Longworth

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