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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
April 21, 2000
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Campus and community groups will come together to celebrate the new millennium in environmentalism and campus activism today from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. in Earth Day 2000. Activities will take place on the UA Mall. Contact Alana Levine or Tina Howell at 621-1264 for more information.

StamosCon 2000, a comedy show will take place tonight at 8 at the Theatre building, Room 266. Several independent comics will perform alternative comedy performances. Come for an evening of songs, donuts, weirdness and much more.

Resume Critiques are still taking place at Old Main, Lower Level today from 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Career Services can answer any questions at 621-4224.

"Renormalization Groups and Central Limit Theorems in Percolation," a Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium will take place today at 4 p.m. at the Mathematics building, Room 501. Contact Linda Silverman at 621-2016 for more information.

A Brown Bag Lecture Series entitled, "Advancing Structural Explanations of Environmental Degradation" today from 12-1:15 p.m. at the Social Sciences building, Room 400. Sherry Enderle can answer any questions at 621-3492.

A lecture by Maria Guadalupe Rodrigues entitled, "Indigenous Peoples' Rights in Democratic Brazil" will take place today at 3 p.m. in the Modern Languages building, Room 310. This event is part of Brazil Week. Maria Lemon can answer any questions at 626-7242.

Sponsored by the Park Student Center, a Volleyball Tournament will be held today from 5-7 p.m. at the Park Student Center, Volleyball Court. Water and oranges will be provided for players and KAMP radio may DJ. Jason Wang can answer any questions at 626-5608.

Tonight is the last night that "The Hurricane" will show at the Social Sciences building, Room 100 at 7 and 9:35. Contact Kate Vesely at 621-0768 for more information on this movie.

Part of the International Arts Society Film Series, "Central Station," a Brazilian movie will show tonight at 7:30 at the Modern Languages building, Auditorium. This film is about a road movie dealing with a relationship between a young boy whose mother has been killed and a retired schoolteacher eking out an existence by writing letters for illiterate passerbys at a railroad station. Charles Scruggs can answer any questions at 621-3527.

The classical Broadway musical, "Show Boat" will show at Centennial Hall tonight at 8. Tickets range in price from $28-$40. Call the Centennial Hall Box Office at 621-3341 for more information.

Tonight is Wildcat Baseball College Night. UA will play against Washington State at 7 at Sancet Field. Pre-game pizza for UA students will be distributed between 5:30-7 and there will be free admission to the game with a valid UA ID. Call McKale Ticket Office at 621-2287 for more information.

Compiled by Niusha Faghih

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