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By Kim Stravers (Compiler)
Arizona Daily Wildcat
October 27, 1998
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What better way to look like the fashion king or queen that you are than to match your shirt to your backpack? The U of A Bookstore is beginning Jansport "Deal-A-Day" Week today - stop in to receive 25 percent off all Jansport polo shirts. The sale will run till the end of the week, and the bookstore will feature a new special every day. Call Beth Bujarski at 621-8475 for more information.

Are you finally getting the hell out of here in December? Way to rock it, champ! But before you get all flustered and forget about the commencement ceremony, stop by the UA Bookstore's Grad Fair between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. today and browse through their selection of class rings, caps and gowns. Grandma and Grandpa will expect you to look presentable, you know. Information about graduate school admissions and career services will also be available. Contact Beth Bujarski, Marketing Coord-inator, at 621-8475 for details.

Instead of taking a nap or reviewing your economics notes for the hundredth time this afternoon, why don't you spend your free time doing something for Tucson? Be on the UA Mall between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. to participate in the Fall Service Week 1998 "Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwiches" event. All delectables will be donated to the Community Food Bank. Jessica Watson has more information for you at 626-4906.

The Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology has sex on the brain again. Show up to Room 237 of the Biological Sciences West building today at noon to hear Todd Bukowski's fine lecture on the "Development of Male Reproductive Behavior in the Spiny Orbweaving Spider, Micrathena gracilis." It may be hard to see without a magnifying glass, but boy is it interesting! Contact Susana Noriega-Edmond at 621-1588 for answers to your questions.

It's almost November. Which means that, logically, December is soon to follow. And after that is destruction, of course. At least, destruction in the technological sense. The super-geniuses at the Center for Computing and Information Technology, however, are on a mission to save the UA's computers from Y2K meltdown. They have put together the Year 2000 Information Series workshop, designed to teach you how you can avoid disaster. Check it out from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m. today in Room 310 of the University Services building. Questions? Bob Lancaster may be reached at 621-4482.

-compiled by Kim Stravers