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Arizona Daily Wildcat
April 8, 1998

Today on Campus

  • This ain't no bull: Tod Christopher McCauley will discuss "Identification of Seminal Proteins Related to Fertility of Bulls" today at noon. Don't miss this lesson in the Shantz Building, Room 317.

  • Will the sun come out tomorrow, or will there even be a tomorrow? Find out "The Future of Us All: Race, Immigration, and Politics in New York City" today with Roger Sanjek of Queens College at the City University of New York. This lecture will be held in Room 216 of the Anthropology building at 4 p.m.

  • The Department of Veterinary Science and Microbiology presents the Spring 1998 Pathobiology Seminar Series. The series begins at 1 this afternoon in the Veterinary Science and Microbiology building, Room 129. Glenn Songer will address "Actinomyces Pyogenes Infections" until 2 p.m.

  • Learn how to "Raise Bed Gardening." Demonstrations will be held in the open land of the Extension Garden Center, located at 4210 N. Campbell Ave., beginning at 9 this morning.

  • Before you head out to the real world of business, you're going to want to know all there is to know about "Institutions, Contracts, and Asset Market Prices." Duncan Ross James will help you out on these topics in McClelland Hall, Room 432, today at 9 a.m.

-compiled by Kate Longworth

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