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Arizona Daily Wildcat
October 31, 1997

Today on Campus

  • A memorial service is scheduled for Dr. William Feinberg, UA neurology professor, who died last week of cardiac arrest. The service begins at noon in the DuVal Auditorium of the Arizona Health and Sciences Center. His family asks that donations be sent in his name to the UA Foundation: Stroke Research, Office of Development, Box 2450-046, Tucson, AZ. 85724.

  • Ever wanted to talk to your favorite musician face to face? Now's your chance at "Grammy Backstage Conversations with Music Professionals." This symposium features a panel of music professionals including Reel Big Fish, Tavis Werts and Dan Regan, film composer Mark Mothersbaugh and many more. The Grammy Festival begins at 2 p.m. in Holsclaw Hall of the Fine Arts Complex.

  • Don't let the eeriness of death on Halloween get to you before attending "Regulation of Immune Deviation by Cell Death." M.Karen Newell of the University and College of Vermont will begin this lesson at 10 a.m. in Room 8403 of the Arizona Health and Sciences Center.

  • Dance until you drop. The 30th Annual International Conference of the Congress on Research in Dance will be hosted by UA this weekend. The School of Music and Dance welcomes about 140 people from 26 states and 12 countries to share in the conference "Dance, Culture and Art-Making Behavior."

-compiled by Kate Longworth


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