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By Kim Stravers (Compiler)
Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 14, 1998
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Take a seat and a brown bag lunch to Room N305 of the Steward Observatory, 933 N. Cherry Ave., today for the Theoretical Astrophysics Lunch Seminar. Richard Klein, of the University of California at Berkeley, will be giving his take on "Photon Bubble Oscillations in Accreting X-Ray Binaries" at high noon-increase your scientific vocabulary as you satisfy your appetite. For free.

"The Horse Whisperer" plays at Gallagher Theatre at 7:30 p.m. only. For pocket change, you can sit back and enjoy a love story with Robert Redford. The plot goes something like this: Magical horse tamer works for woman whose daughter-on-horseback is struck by a car. Wonderful imagery, passionate romance. Warm, fuzzy, and all yours for $2.50.

The Department of Architecture has designed a photography exhibit today that is a must see. Amble to the Architecture building any time from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and check out the T.M. Sundt Design Gallery. "The Lens of Architecture: Ronchamp through Herve" exhibit. Call Mary Kay Dinsmore at 621-6751 for details.

The Chemistry Seminar Series continues today at 4 p.m. in Room 218 of the Chemical & Biological Sciences building. UA graduate student Robin Kloster will give a lecture on "Recent Advances in the Use of Stille Coupling." Call David O'Brien at 621-6098 for more information. If this doesn't meet your chemical needs, just head next door to the Old Chemistry building to hear all about "Structural Studies of Iron Carbonyl Complexes, Microwave Spectra and Density Functional Calculations." Brian Drouin, another graduate student in chemistry, will be speaking in Room 134 at 4 p.m. Contact Steve Kukolich at 621-2969 for answers to your questions.

The Department of Theoretical Astrophysics brings speaker Richard Klein back to campus again this afternoon for another lecture. This time, he will be explaining "Molecular Cloud Collapse and Multiple Fragmentation of Protostars" at 4 p.m. in Room N210 of the Steward Observatory. If you missed his first talk earlier this afternoon, be sure to stop by this one. Explore the last frontier for free.

The Writing Skills Improvement Program presents its weekly writing workshop today from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. in Room 310 of the Modern Languages building. Kendra Gaines will help you out with "Writing the Personal Narrative." Take advantage of your free resources! Contact Donna Rabuck at 621-5849 for further information.

Come take "An Earlier Look at Earth-Like Planets" tonight at the Steward Observatory in Room N210.Connie Walker has more information for you at 621-7096.

-compiled by Kim Stravers

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