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Arizona Daily Wildcat
November 17, 1997

Today on Campus

  • It's not Beethoven or Mozart, but who is at the seat of the piano these days? Attend the Green Valley Piano Competition to find out. This competition, sponsored by the School of Music and Dance, will be held in Crowder Hall of the Fine Arts Complex at noon.

  • How did the lives of prehistoric Southwestern people change when they moved from small communities into large pueblo villages? Find out at the Arizona Archaeological and Historical Society Slide-Illustrated Talk at 7:30 p.m. in Duval Auditorium of the Arizona Health Sciences Center.

  • Charles Adams, director of the Homol'ovi Research Program at the Arizona State Museum, summarizes recent archaeological research at large prehistoric pueblos that are in the Homol'ovi Ruins State Park located near Winslow, Ariz. You can also schedule tours for Nov. 22 and 23 to visit these sights in person by calling Lee Fratt at 881-0526.

  • This is one anniversary celebration you don't want to miss. The College of Medicine celebrates its 30th Anniversary, but they don't allow the festivities to take a minute away from improving their studies. Jordan J. Cohen, president and chief executive officer of the Association of American Medical Colleges, presents "Centurial Challenges for Medical Education" at noon in Duval Auditorium of the Arizona Health Sciences Center. The lecture will be followed by a reception in the plaza of the AHSC building.

- compiled by Kate Longworth



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