Run, don't walk, over to the McKale Ticket Office to purchase one of the last 300 student season ticket packages for men's basketball season. They will be distributed on a first-come, first-serve basis, so get there ASAP. Tickets are $24 each and students can buy two with valid student IDs. The ticket office is open from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 621-CATS for more information.
Simultaneously release some stress and get wired today on the UA Mall at the Homecoming '98 Mall Event. To build enthusiasm and kick off the activities for Homecoming Weekend, KAMP Student Radio has set up a Mud Tug of War contest to be held from noon to 1 p.m. today. Give the station a call at 621-7584 to find out how you can get involved.
Take advantage of a rare opportunity to observe our trusty judicial system at work today at the College of Law. The Arizona Supreme Court has taken a field trip from Phoenix to Tucson to hear three cases involving death, doctors and appeals - you are invited to watch. Be in Room 146 at 1 p.m. Using cameras and other recording devices is limited, so call 621-8430 for further information.
Yet another candidate for the position of vice president for research and graduate studies will be baring her administrative soul this afternoon at the Open Forum for VP research. Lynn Nadel, psychology department head, will be in the Rincon Room of the Memorial Student Union today from 4 to 5:30 p.m. to answer your questions and articulate her stands on department issues. Kathy Ott has details for you at 621-2711.
You or your parents (or, if you're like me, the federal government) pays your tuition. So why shouldn't you have a say in the tuition? Your chance to give the Arizona Board of Regents your two cents is tonight from 5 to 7. Grab a plastic seat in Room 211 of the Harvill Building to take part in the teleconference known as the Tuition Hearings and vent your financial complaints and kudos. Call ASUA at 621-ASUA for the agenda.
The New Directions in Southwestern Anthropology Lecture Series is up and running again this month with a talk tonight from 7:30 to 8:30 by Thomas Sheridan in Room 110 of the Economics building. Sheridan (curator of ethnology at our Arizona State Museum) will share insight into "Cows vs. Condos on the Contested Commons: The Political Ecology of Public Lands Ranching in Arizona." Feed the cattle industry or the housing industry? You decide. The Department of Anthropology and the Arizona State Museum are sponsoring the lecture, the following booksigning and a reception, which will be held in the lobby of the museum.
-compiled by Kim Stravers