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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
March 23, 2000
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Twenty UA accounting students will offer income tax assistance to students, university personnel and the general public at McClelland Hall from 5-7 p.m., Mondays in Room 129 and Thursdays in Room 131. The students are IRS trained tax volunteers. There is no charge for this service and all you need to do is bring your W2s, Earned Interest Income forms and any other pertinent documents. The service is offered at a first come first serve basis, no appointments will be taken. Questions about this service should be directed to the Business School's accounting department at 621-4455.

Presented by the Eat to the Beat Committee of the University Activities Board, Groovin' on the Grass will take place today from 12-1 p.m. on the UA Mall. William Guth can answer any questions regarding this event at 621-1111.

Dr. Jeff Boker of the University of California will speak on "Metrology of Multilayer Coated Optics for EUV Lithography" today at 3:45 p.m. This Optical Sciences Center Colloquium will take place at the Optical Sciences Center, Meinel Building, Room 410. Pre-colloquium refreshments will also be served at 3:30 p.m. in the lobby. Contact Cindy Gardner at 621-3035 for more information.

Join Charles A. Hedgcock today from 4-5:30 p.m. at the Marley Building, Room 230 for an Entomology Seminar entitled, " Photographing the Charismatic Microfauna of the Southwest." Rose Kilby can answer any questions about this seminar at 621-7165.

Sponsored by the ASUA Women's Resource Center, Take Back the Night will take place today from 5-7 p.m. at the UA Mall. This event is a gathering of local women's organizations to support women's battle against violence. Contact Kate Schroll at 621-3919 for more information.

A slide lecture entitled, "Here and Now 2000" by Frank Sheriff, will take place today at 5 p.m. in the Art Department, Joseph Gross Gallery. For more information on this lecture, call 626-4215.

"The World is Not Enough" will continue tonight at 7 and 9:25 in the Social Sciences Building, Room 100. Kate Vesely can answer any questions at 621-0768.

A German film entitled, "Nikolaikirche" will show tonight at 7:30 in the Modern Languages Building Auditorium. This film, directed by Frank Beyer examines the question, "Why are those who hold power so obstinate?" Rafaela Farney can answer any questions at 621-7385.

A new modern theater work inspired by the words of Shakespeare entitled, "Romeo Sierra Tango" will take place tonight at 9:30 at Centennial Hall. Rinde Eckert is the actor, singer, composer, director and movement artist in this work that will hurtle Shakespeare's Romeo through time and space, resurrecting him as an anguished spirit on the ghostly battlefields of WWI. Because of strong language and adult subject matter, this series is recommended for mature audiences. Tickets cost $25. Contact the Centennial Hall Box Office at 621-3341 for more information.

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