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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
March 30, 2000
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A Persian play entitled, "Tahirih: The Pure One" will be performed at the Memorial Student Union Cellar tonight at 7:30. This play is about an Iranian woman of courage, whose life and poetry inspire faith. Melissa can answer any questions at 621-0768.

Marilyn Hacker and Aleida Rodr“guez will present an informal lecture on the state of the art of poetry and the uses and influences and a question and answer session today at 11 a.m. This lecture will take place at the Martin Luther King building, Room 100. Contact the Poetry Center at 321-7760 for more information.

A Middle Eastern Studies Lecture entitled, "Syria and the Beginnings of France's Second Overseas Empire" will take place today at noon at the Franklin building, Room 204. Questions can be answered by the Middle Eastern Studies department at 621-5450.

Need help writing your rˇsumˇ? A Rˇsumˇ Writing Workshop will take place at the Memorial Student Union, Tucson Room today from 2-3 p.m. Career Services can answer any questions at 621-4224.

Dr. Michael Schaepman of the University of Zurich will speak on, "The relevance of performance optimized imaging spectrometers for the detection of land surface processes" today at 3:34 p.m. at the Optical Sciences Center, Meinel building, Room 410. Pre-colloquium refreshments will also be served at 3:30 p.m. Contact Cindy Gardner at 621-3035 for more information on this lecture.

The Department of Entomology will hold a seminar on "Psychoacoustics and the evolution of chorusing" today from 4-5:50 p.m. This lecture will take place in the Marley building, Room 230. Call Rose Kilby at 621-7165 for more information.

A Biology and Cellular Biology Seminar entitled, "Cell Lineage and Cell Fate Specification in the Drosophila Heart" will take place today at 4 at Biological Sciences West, Room 237. Contact Jen Proctor at 621-7560 for more information on this lecture.

"Galaxy Quest" will show tonight in the Social Sciences building, Room 100 at 7 and 9 p.m. Tickets cost $2.50 and Kate Vesely can answer any question regarding this movie at 621-0768.

Presented by the School of Music and Dance in the College of Fine Arts at the UA, "Don Giovanni," one of the greatest operas of all time will be sung in Italian with English supertitles. This classic by Mozart will feature UA music students and will be fully staged by Charles Roe. The opera will start tonight at 7:30 at the Fine Arts Complex, Crowder Hall. MusiCall can answer any questions at 621-2998.

The Arizona Gallery opening gallery reception and award ceremony for "What Moves You" will take place today from 5-7 p.m. at the Memorial Student Union, Arizona Gallery. Julie Sasse can answer any questions at 621-6142.

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