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By Kim Stravers (Compiler)
Arizona Daily Wildcat
October 22, 1998
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ASU has thrown down their figurative glove at the feet of the UA. We are challenged to beat them in the Red Cross Blood Drive. Do a good deed and show your spirit today from 9 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at the University Services Building. Red Cross staff will be on hand to accept your generous pint-size donation in the Memorial Student Union, as well. Sign up for an appointment in Room 307 of the USB, or call Janet Harkins at 621-1991. Juice, cookies and free T-shirts are all for the taking.

Today is Domestic Violence Awareness Day. Get the facts about the horrors of domestic abuse and find out how you can get help for yourself or a friend at the Oasis Center's inform-ational tent on the UA Mall between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The Brewster Center, the Tucson Centers for Women and Children, the Wingspan Same Sex Domestic Vio-lence Project, the Dom-estic Violence Law Clinic and the Domestic Violence Advocacy Center will have represen-tatives available for advice and discussion. Contact Matt Sanders at 626-2051 for information.

Is the humming of insects music to your ears? Then perhaps you have a aural penchant for insect lectures. Give it a whirl - come to today's Entomology Seminar in the Marley Auditorium (Room 230). Judith K. Brown of UA Plant Sciences will give "Biological, Biochemical, Morphological and Molecular Evidence that Bemisia tabaci (Genn.) Comprises a Tight Group of Species Complex, But the A and B Biotypes do not Constitute Separate Biological Species" at 4 p.m. Be in the breezeway at 3:45 p.m. to partake of free refreshments. Feel free to call Rose Kilby at 621-7165 if you have any questions.

In honor of Turkish Heritage Week, the Departments of History and Near Eastern Studies have appointed associate professor Julia Clancy-Smith to give a lecture on "Women and Sufism." Hear about the relationship of women to this Islamic mystical tradition at 7 p.m. in Room 205 of the Swede Johnson building. Contact Karen Galindo at 621-8079 for details.

Form an opinion on foreign art - visit the Center for Creative Photography this afternoon for some Gallery Talk on German creative expression. Barbara Kosta, associate professor in the German Studies Department, will kickstart your musings with a lecture entitled "Neue Sachlichkeit: New Objectivity in the Culture, Film and Photography of the Weimar Republic" at 5:30 p.m. Call the CCP at 621-7968 for more information.

Even if you missed today's presentation at the Center for Creative Photography, you can still get a glimpse of German cinematography tonight in the Modern Languages Auditorium, Room 350. "Lissy," a film by Konrad Wolf, documents the fictional life of Lissy Schroder as she struggles with harassment by an employer, pregnancy, the Nazi ethic and murder. - starting at 7:30 p.m.

-compiled by Kim Stravers