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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
April 27, 2000
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Sponsored by the UA Center for Middle Eastern Studies, The Iranian Film Festival will start today and end on April 30. The films will be shown at the Screening Room in downtown Tucson (111 E. Congress St.). Show times will be announced and you can find out what they are by calling 621-8079. Anne Bennett can answer any questions about the movies at 621-8079.

Presented by the art department of the College of Fine Arts, a Rotunda Gallery Exhibition entitled, "Multiplicities" will take place starting today and lasting until Oct. 10 at the Memorial Student Union, Rotunda Gallery from 8 a.m.-10 p.m. For more information on this exhibition, call 621-6142.

Resume critiques continue today at Old Main, Lower Level, from 1-5 p.m. Career Services can answer any questions at 621-4224.

A Tree-Ring Talk entitled, "Drought History from Wetland Baldcypress in the Southern USA and Mexico" will be presented today from 2-3 p.m. at the Physics and Atmospheric Sciences building, Room 220. Jackie Mather can answer any questions at 621-1608.

An Optical Sciences Center Colloquium entitled, "Optical metrology in the data storage industry." will take place today at 3:45 p.m. at the Optical Sciences Center, Meinel building, Room 410. Pre-colloquium refreshments will be served in the lobby at 3:30. Contact Cindy Gardner at 621-3035 for more information on this lecture.

"It's gut-check time! Identification of key predators of Silverleaff Whitefly, using a gut content immunoassay," an Entomology Seminar, will take place today at 4 p.m. at the Marley building, Room 230. Rose Kilby can answer any questions at 621-7165.

"Being John Malkovich" will continue to show tonight at 7 and 9:05 at the Social Sciences building, Room 100. Kate Vesely can answer any questions at 621-0768.

Gita Bodner, a candidate in ecology and evolutionary biology at the UA will show slides of spiders and tell stories about their lives tonight at 7:30 in a Spider Watching Lecture. This lecture will take place at the Water Resources Research Center. For more information, call 792-9591.

In appreciation of Math Awareness Week, a public lecture entitled, "Knots in Theory and in Reality: A Window into Mathematical Research" will take place today from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Mathematics building, Room 501. Chris Mikel can answer any questions at 621-2056.

A Molecular and Cellular Biology Seminar entitled, "Centrosomes: A Tale of Three Tubulins" will take place at 4 p.m. today at Biological Sciences West, Room 237. Ted Weinert can answer any questions at 621-8511.

A UA dance concert will be presented tonight at 8 at Ina Gittings, Gittings Dance Theater. The "Spring Collection" includes some of the best work from the most recent creations of the UA dance faculty and students. The price for the concert is $9 for the general public, and $7 for students and seniors. Contact the Fine Arts Box Office at 621-1162 for more information.

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