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Arizona Summer Wildcat
July 21, 1999
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July 21

Resume Writing Class

Can't figure out why you can't snag that job at Los Betos? The Human Resource Development Program is ready to help you boost your r­sum­ and cover letter to help you begin to make those fine foods. Their counselors will help you decipher what information is vital and what is just getting in the way. The program starts today at noon, and will last until 1 p.m. in the University Services Building room 214. Call 621-7701 to register. You can also register by e-mailing hrsgnup@u.arizona.edu.

Investor's Meeting

Want a piece of the new Student Union while the pieces are cheap? Campus Community members are invited to attend the initial investor's meeting for the new UA Student Union project. Attendees will be given a chance to purchase interest certificates in $1,000 increments. Any additional investing information will be handled by the university's financial adviser. Call Ron Smith for that extra info at 626-4176. The whole shindig takes place in the Swede Johnson Building room 205 from 4:30 p.m. to 6.

Food conference

Learn all sorts of information on those pesky food-borne bacteria that make your weekend unhappy at the Department of Nutritional Sciences "Safe Food 2000" conference today at 8 a.m. Topics expected to be covered are the safety of food coming from farming areas and different food producing technology that will help farmers move into the new millennium. Tickets are on sale for $75 and the conference takes place during a two day period. Call Mary Abgrall at (602)470-8086 ext. 815 or e-mail her at mabgrall@ag.arizona.edu for ticket info.

July 22


Need a good old-fashioned rock concert to make you feel chipper? Ozzfest '99 makes a Phoenix pit stop tonight bringing acts like Rob Zombie, Primus and Deftones with it. Expect a night filled with crushing riffs and pumped lead singers. Rob Zombie figures to entertain with his always off-the-wall stage show, while the Deftones have an uncanny knack for diving into the crowd at any moment. Tickets start at $36 so call 321-1000 to get yours now. Opening shows start at 11:20 a.m.

July 23

Accelerated Spanish Class

Have you discovered that deep meditation is the only way to learn new skills? Then jet on over to the University Services Building today at 6 p.m. to learn Spanish from instructors trained in the meditation arts. The class lasts two weeks and costs $335. Call the Wheel Registrar at 626-4444 or e-mail ritterm@u.arizona.edu to sign up.

Art Exhibit

Need some art in your life? Vik Muniz's exhibit "Seeing is Believing" is still showing at the Center for Creative Photography every weekday. The exhibit includes pictures compiled from his years of shooting photographs. The gallery is free, and is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, and will last until September 26. Call the CCP at 621-7968 for details.

July 24-25


Baseball is back in full effect at Bank One Ballpark this weekend. The Diamondbacks series with the Los Angeles Dodgers begins on Friday and lasts through Sunday. It is the last home series for Arizona until mid-August. The Dodgers, currently in fourth place in the National League West, have always been a tenacious foe for the Diamondbacks. Friday and Saturday's games start at 7 p.m., Sunday's at 5:05 p.m. Tickets are available at the gate.

Ultimate Frisbee

Does throwing around the old disk help to make your weekend seem complete? The UA Ultimate Frisbee Club has co-ed pick-up games at Himmel Park every Sunday. Any and all interested should call Jim at 298-3857. The whole program usually starts about two hours before sunset and is absolutely free.


Bet you didn't know how close you are to a first rate historic tour. The Arizona State Museum has a incredible American Indian exhibit, focusing on different aspects of ancient Mexican culture. The museum, which is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday, has free admission.

July 26

Construction Notice

Better make sure you get up early to go to school today. Construction begins today and will change the face of the UA as you know it. Today's closure: the bike path on North Mountain Avenue, diverting riders to the North Highland Avenue underpass. Look for the signs to help direct you as Mountain is converted from a one-way street to a two way.


Think listening to the blues on a Monday is redundant? Think again. The Allman Brothers come to town with their distinct brand of blues and classic rock tonight at the Blockbuster Desert Sky Pavilion. Seats are still available all over the stadium. Tickets are available by calling Ticketmaster at 321-1000 or at any Ticketmaster location.

July 27

Blood Donation

Churchill wanted the British to give their blood, toil sweat and tear to defeat the Hun. The American Red Cross just wants your blood. The Red Cross Blood Mobile will be waiting in front of the cactus garden south of Gallagher Theatre on the UA Mall all day for your donation, so step up to the plate. The mobile will be there from 9:30 a.m. until 5 p.m. Call Joyce Meder if you have any questions at 621-7428

Banking Orientation

Concerned about how to handle your new-found credit cards and college money? Omicron Delta Kappa is sponsoring a clinic to help incoming students balance their credit. The clinic lasts all day beginning at 8 a.m. and lasting until 4:30 p.m. It all happens on the UA Mall today. Courtney Schuett can answer any additional questions at 388-8253.