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Arizona Daily Wildcat
April 6, 1998

Today on Campus

  • Tonight's Faculty Artist Series presents the musical talent of Edward Reid on the trumpet, Jeffrey Haskell and Paula Fan on the piano, Tom Ervin on the trombone, Will Dietz on the bassoon and soprano Faye Robinson. Program selections include "Concerto for Oboe" by Vincenzo Bellini, "Sonata for Trumpet and Piano" by Paul Hindemith and "Four Arias" by Alessandro Scarlatti. The School of Music and Dance brings you this event tonight in Crowder Hall of the Fine Arts Complex at 8. Contact 621-2998 for ticket information.

  • Barbara Ann Heifferon discusses "Look Who's Not Talking: Recovering the Patient's Voice in the Clinique." You can join Heifferon in Room 380A of Modern Languages at 11 this morning.

  • "Forensic Anthropology as Science: Is There a Difference Between Academic and Applied Uses of Biological Anthropology?" If you need this question answered so you won't lose sleep at night, join Bruce Edward Anderson in discussing the matter at 1 this afternoon. The lesson will be held in Anthropology, Room 212.

  • Learn "Modeling Foreign Exchange Volitility with Intraday Data" with Alexandre Borges Sugiyama. This afternoon at 1 in Room 410KK of McClelland Hall, the lesson will be told.

-compiled by Kate Longworth

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