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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
March 22, 2000
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The Native American Frybread Sale will continue today on the UA Mall from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. This event is sponsored by the UA Indian Science and Engineering Society. Contact Naomi Young at 623-3476 for more information.

The Building Academic Community Speaker Series will present, "Are you a Beanie, Babushka, or Bowler?" today from 12-12:50 p.m. This event presented by Lynne Tronsdal will take place at the Center for Creative Photography Auditorium. Sue Robison can answer any questions at 621-4700.

Still looking for a job? A Job Search Strategies Workshop will take place today from 1-2 p.m. at the Memorial Student Union, Tucson Room. Call Career Services at 621-4224 for more information.

Dr. Kendra Gaines of the Writing Skills Improvement Workshop Program will present a weekly writing workshop on, "Organizing the Concluding Paragraph." This lecture will start a 5 p.m. at the Modern Languages building, Room 410. Donna Rabuck can answer any questions at 621-5849.

The UA Poetry Center in association with the ArtsReach Reading Program will present a reading from Native American students from local area schools. This reading will take place at the Modern Languages building Auditorium tonight at 7. For more information, contact the Poetry Center at 321-7760.

The UAB Gallagher Film Series will present, "The World is Not Enough" tonight at 7 and 9:25 in the Social Sciences building, Room 100. Tickets cost $2.50. Kate Vesely can answer any questions at 621-0768.

UA Presents will present "Voices from the Margins: A Singular Festival of Uncommon Arts" tonight at 7:30 at Centennial Hall. This show will feature today's most daring and innovative solo performers and is about artists whose voices are not often heard, but who have something to say. Because of strong language and adult subject matter, the series is recommended for mature audiences. Tickets cost $25. Contact the Centennial Hall Box Office at 621-3341 for more information.

A Graduate Program in Pharmacology & Toxicology entitled, "Diversity of peptides in cone snail and spider venoms, and the isolation of novel selective calcium antagonists" will take place today from 11-12 p.m. at the Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 8403. Jane Ageton can answer any questions at 626-3610.

Xinnian Dond of Duke University will present a Genetics IDP Seminar on, "Regulation of Systemic Acquired Resistance by NPR1 and Its Partners." This lecture will take place at the Bio Sciences West building, Room 208 from 4-5:15 p.m. Contact Karen Hill at 621-7511 for more information.

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