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By Kim Stravers (Compiler)
Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 1, 1998
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Curious? Thirsty? The Campus Health Promotion Department is sponsoring a booth on the UA Mall today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. to raise consciousness and answer questions about sexual assault awareness week. Handouts and brochures will be available to all interested in more information about acquaintance rape and safety on campus. Free sodas for all who stop by.

"The Fundamental Theorem of Calculus" got ya down? Don't worry; we've all been there. Professor Bill McCallum will lecture about "Techniques of Integration" in Physics-Atmospheric Science, Room 201 from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. for students who are taking higher math and could use some review, or for students who just really dig math, or both.

"I'm the king of the world!" Don't miss your chance to hear Leonardo DiCaprio utter one of the most egotistical one-liners ever written - see "Titanic" tonight at Gallagher Theatre. Romance, chivalry and icebergs abound at 7:30 p.m. only. If you're brave enough to admit that you are one of the only people on earth who has not seen this movie (or you just really liked it the first time), you can redeem yourself and catch the action on the big screen for just $2.50.

To jumpstart its 1998-1999 season, the Arizona Repertory Theatre is bringing back the summer hit, "I Hate Hamlet," tonight at 7:30 p.m. Reviews were quite positive for Paul Rudnick's play about a struggling actor who finally lands a part in a Shakespeare-in-the-Park production - only to discover that he can't stand his character. Come share a laugh in the Laboratory Theatre in Drama West of the Fine Arts Complex for a special preview price of $8. The show will be running through Sept. 6, but the ticket prices will go up. Call 621-1162 for more information and future performance times.

If you missed last month's National Geographic and didn't get to see the really cool 3-D photos of Mars, you're out of luck. However, the UA would like to offer you a consolation prize: "Robotic Cameras on the Martian Surface: Pathfinder and Beyond." Peter Smith, associate scientist at the Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, will be giving a presentation of his work with the Pathfinder at 7:30 p.m. at the Arizona Health Sciences Center DuVal Auditorium.

All your floormates know you can drink a Wild Cherry Pepsi upside down through a sock. It's time to branch out. That new bar, 7 Black Cats, 260 E. Congress St., is having a Talent Show. It's open mic, so grab your guitar, drag your drums, pull out your poetry, shine your sax, tune your tambourine - whatever you do, sign up and do it on stage. It all begins at about 9 p.m.

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