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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
April 28, 2000
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A Physiology Seminar Series entitled, "Alterations in the Cytoarchitecture of Endothelial Cells of the Blood Brain Barrier After Hypoxic Stress" will take place today from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. at the Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 5403. Contact Ron Lynch, Ph.D. at 626-2472 for more information.

A Tree-Ring Talk, "A Revisionist History of Ancient Forests" will be held today from 12-1 p.m. at the Environment and Natural Resource building, Room 253. Jackie Mather can answer any questions about this lecture at 621-1608.

"Sub-aperture analysis in synthetic aperture radar," an Optical Sciences Center Special Colloquium, will take place today at 2 p.m. at the Optical Sciences Center, Meinel building, Room 408. Contact Cindy Gardner at 621-3035 for further information.

A Biomedical Engineering Seminar Series entitled, "Laser-guided Direct Writing of Living Cells " will be held today at the Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 5403. Call Mark Riley can answer any questions at 626-4707.

Sponsored by Park Student Center, a volleyball tournament will be held today from 5-7 p.m. at the Park Student Union, Volleyball Court. KAMP radio may also DJ. Contact Jason Wang at 626-5608 for more information.

Tonight is your last chance to see "Being John Malkovich" at the Social Sciences building, Room 100. The show times for the movie are at 7 and 9:05 p.m. Kate Vesely can answer any questions at 621-0768.

The International Arts Society Film Series will present "Run Lola Run" tonight at 7:30 at the Modern Languages building, Auditorium. This movie follows a heroine as she attempts to save her boyfriend from an untimely death by replacing the bag of mob money he has lost. Contact Charles Scruggs at 621-3527 for more information.

The International Dark-Sky Association is proud to host "Earth at Night" tonight from 7:30-8:30 at Steward Observatory, Room N210. The lecture is about nighttime satellite photographs of the Earth and how they reveal the activities of humankind to a remarkable degree. For further information, call 293-3198.

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.

The College of Humanities and Africana Studies Internship-Mentorship Program presents Vision Warrior, a performance piece by Scot Robinson tonight at 7:30 at the Harvill building, Room 150. Vision Warrior is a powerful and dramatic lecture-presentation that strikes at the heart of substance abuse. For more information contact Dr. Kendahl Radcliffe at 621-9436.

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