The Community Food Bank truck will be parked on the Mall between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. to collect edibles for the holiday Canned Food Drive for the needy. Stick around afterwards to groove to the sounds emitted from the KAMP Student Radio remote station and gawk at the models struttin' at the Fashion Show. (An odd combination, yes, but all in the name of charity!) Contact the UA Bookstore at 621-8475 for more information.
Come to the Theoretical Astrophysics Special Lunch Seminar, then! Jave Kane (University of Arizona) and Bruce Remington (Lawrence Livermore Labs) will present "Opportunities for Astrophysics with Intense Laser Experiments" today at high noon in Room N305 of the Steward Observa-tory. Puzzled? Direct your questions to Barbara Kausen at 621-7690.
Will Turner has done some reading up (to say the least), and is more than willing to share his amazing findings with you this afternoon at the Ecology and Evolutionary Biology Noon Seminar. Turner will explain "The Transmission of Advertisement Calls in Central American Frogs" at 12 p.m. (hence, noon seminar) in Room 237 of the Biological Sciences West building. Get further information by contacting Susana Noriega-Edmond at 621-1588.
Marty Greenlee (University of Arizona) will spend his day "Trapping Eigenvalues of Self Adjoint Operators, The Method of Intermediate Problems" utilizing "Part II, The Eigen-vector Free Method" beginning at 12:30 p.m. in Room 402 of the Mathematics building. Miss this Program in Applied Mathe-matics PDE Seminar and you might have to give yourself a kick in the pants later. Call Kathleen Leick at 621-2016 for details.
The School of Music and Dance's UA Symphony Orchestra and Wind Ensemble Concert., led by Jindong Cai, will open the performance with Johannes Brahms' "Symphony No. 1 in C minor, " and the Wind Ensemble (under the direction of Gregg I. Hanson) will follow with Paul Hindemith's "Symphony in B-flat." The evening will end with the Wind Ensemble's perfor-mance of Ron Nelson's "Passacaglia - Homage on B-A-C-H." The concert will begin at 7:30 p.m. at Centennial Hall. Call 621-3341 for ticket info.
If you would prefer a little more visual action with your music, take a seat in the Ina E. Gittings Dance Theater at 7:30 p.m. for the School of Music and Dance's Last Chance to Dance Concert. Undergraduate and graduate choreographers will perform pieces created for jazz, ballet, and modern dance. All seats are $2, so it won't cost you an arm and a leg to watch other people shake theirs. Jory Hancock can tell you more at 626-8030.
-compiled by Kim Stravers