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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
March 31, 2000
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The Association for Asian Studies and the UA East Asian Studies department present "After Aum: Religion and Civil Society in Japan Today." This lecture will focus on the repercussions for the religious world in Japan of Aum members' 1995 sarin gas attack on the Tokyo subway system. The lecture will start today at 3 p.m. at the Social Sciences building, Room 222. Todd Brown can answer any questions at 621-5478.

A biochemistry seminar entitled, "NMR microscopy: From Animals to Plants" will take place today at 4 p.m. at Biological Sciences West, Room 208. For more information on this lecture, contact Julia Marsac at 621-1773.

Gerhard Dahl, Ph.D. will lecture on, "Determinants of Conductance and Permeability of Gap Junction Channels: Probing the Channel's Pore" today from 11-12 p.m. at the Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 5403. Call Janis Burt at 626-6833 for more information.

A microbiology and immunology seminar entitled, "TGFB Signaling in Mammary Cancer" will take place today from 11-12 p.m. at the Arizona Health Sciences Building, Room 8403. Nafees Ahmad can answer any questions about this lecture at 626-6061.

Park Student Center will sponsor a Volleyball Tournament tonight from 5-7 p.m. at the Park Student Center, volleyball court. KAMP radio may also DJ. Contact Jason Wang at 626-5608 for more information on this tournament.

Tonight is your last chance to see "Galaxy Quest" at the Social Sciences building, Room 100 at 7 and 9 p.m. Tickets cost $2.50. Kate Vesely can answer any questions about the movie at 621-0768.

The International Arts Society Film Series will present a French film entitled, "The Dreamlife of Angels" tonight at 7:30. This movie examines an intense relationship between a young drifter and the seamstress that takes her in. The movie will play at the Modern Languages building auditorium. For more information, contact Charles Scruggs at 621-3527.

A Persian play entitled, "Tahirih: The Pure One" will be performed at the Memorial Student Union Cellar tonight and Saturday night 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.

Tonight is College Night for the UA Softball Team. They will be playing against Oregon at 6 at the Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium. There will be pre-game tailgate plus a free T-shirt for the first 100 UA students. Contact the McKale Ticket Office at 621-2287 for more information.

Eno Washington, a renowned dance performer and instructor will present a Pan African Dance Workshop Saturday morning at 9 at the Ina Gittings building, Room 130. This event is sponsored by the Africana Studies and the School of Music and Dance and the price for this program is $8.

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