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Arizona Daily Wildcat
April 3, 1998

Today on Campus

  • Oh, oh, oh, Green Valley Concert. The 43-member symphonic choir presents a program tonight at 7:30 at the Valley Presbyterian Church, located at 2800 Camino del Sol. Although you have to travel off campus, you'll get to hear selections of "Cry Out and Shout" by Knut Nystedt, "Psalm 51" by Johannes Brahms and "O Magnum Mysterium" and "Les Chanson des Rose" by Morten Lauridsen. This event is sponsored by School of Music and Dance. Tickets can be bought for $7 at the door. Dial 621-2998 for more details.

  • This chili may not satisfy your appetite, but it will satisfy your knowledge today when James T. Abraham discusses, "Los Espanoles en Chile: A Distributed Multimedia Edition." This lecture begins at 9 a.m. in Room 344J of Modern Languages.

  • You take the good, you take the bad and then you know that Heather Haveman of Cornell University had "Good Times, Bad Times: The Differential Effect of Industry Dynamics on the Careers of Men and Women." Bring your lunch over to Social Sciences, Room 415 today at noon and tune into this lesson.

  • Bruce Randall Tufts discusses "Lithospheric Displacement Features on Europa and their Interpretation." Today's lesson will be held in Space Sciences, Room 309, beginning at 12:15 p.m.

  • Be a part of the lesson on "Consequences of Polyamine Acetylation and Export in Bacteria" this morning at 10. Head to the Arizona Cancer Center, Room 3978 as Dale Preston Woolridge begins this lesson.

- compiled by Kate Longworth

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