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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
March 2, 2000
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A Rotunda Gallery Exhibition featuring "Recent painting" by Lynn OiBrien will take place this week until Sunday in the Memorial Student Union, Rotunda Gallery. This hours of the gallery are 8 a.m.-10 p.m. For more information, call 621-6142.

The School of Music and Dance will feature a Master's Recital with Yoo Ri Clark singing soprano. This recital will start tonight at 7 at the Fine Arts Complex, Holsclaw Hall. Call MusiCall for more information at 621-2998.

The UAB Gallagher Film Series will continue showing "Toy Story 2" tonight at 7 and 8:45 in the Social Sciences Building, Room 100. Kate Vesely at 621-0768 for more information.

AZ Jazz Week continues today with a concert called JAZZ COMBOS. This concert will start tonight at 7:30 at the Fine Arts Complex, Crowder Hall. Contact MusiCall at 621-2998 for more information.

Feel Stressed? Call to set up an interview to be considered for a Japanese relaxation study. The study starts on March 20 and the time requirement is six weeks. Sessions will take place at 1434 E. Mabel, the Wellness Center, or Campus Health. Call Lynn Ferro at 626-3511 for more information on this study.

Laurie Webster will speak on "Pueblo Cloth and the Tenacity of Tradition: Weaving in the Wake of the Colonial Encounter" in a Public Lecture Series tonight at 7:30. The talk will examine the consequences of disruptions for Pueblo societies and weavers and how these disruptions ultimately paved the way for the survival of the craft in modern times. This presentation will take place at the CESL Building, Room 102. Contact Suzanne Fish at 626-8290 for more information.

Hosted by Scott Selleck, Jorge Filmus will speak on "Glypican-3: Overgrowth and Cancer" today at 4 p.m. at Biological Sciences West, Room 237. Refreshments will also be served from 3:50-4 p.m. Call Jennifer Proctor at 621-7560 for more information.

Dr. Laird Close will speak on "Adaptive Optics Observations of Circumstellar Disks and Massive Exo-planet Detection Experiments" today at 4 p.m. This lecture will take place at the Steward Observatory, Room N210. Pat Breyfogle can answer any questions at 318-8115.

Professor Bernard H. Soffer of the University of California at Los Angeles will speak on "Some paradoxes, errors, and resolutions concerning the spectral optimization of human vision" today at 3:45 p.m. This Optical Sciences Center Colloquium will take place at the Optical Sciences Center, Meinel Building, Room 410. Contact Cindy Gardner at 621-3035 for more information.

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