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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
September 28, 1999

Finalize those plans for after graduation. Career Week 1999 is going on today through Thursday in the Memorial Student Union's Arizona and Senior Ballrooms. This is a great opportunity for undergraduates to discuss future internship and employment opportunity with hundreds of companies. Seniors can get the ball rolling and prepare for life after college. Starting at 9 a.m. and lasting until 3 p.m. each day, the program is open to everyone. Make sure to bring your rsums, and dress for success. Susan Miller at 621-1408 is available to answer your questions.

Your financial aid is coming perilously close to being cut. With a vote on chopping a good portion out of federal financial aid coming up in Congress sometime next month, ASUA is holding a call in seminar today on the UA Mall. Representatives from ASUA will be present all afternoon, with a full listing of congressmen so you can call and voice your opinion about cutting financial aid. Anyone using a mobile phone will receive free eegees. Drop by and voice your opinion to your congressman, and let them know how you feel about your financial aid. If you can't catch them today, swing by tomorrow, up through Thursday, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Get to see movies before the general public does. Tonight at Social Sciences 100, check out "Three Kings" starring George Clooney, Mark Wahlberg and Ice Cube for free. "Three Kings" doesn't actually premiere for a week, so this is a quick chance to scope out this movie before you have to pay a fortune next week to see it. Clooney, Wahlberg, and Cube are on a military mission in the Middle East when they decide to steal a cache of gold from Iraqis. The movie starts tonight at 8 p.m., but you better get there early because the only way you can pick up tickets is to get them at the door. Give Kate Vesely a call at 621-0768 if you have any questions.

Wonder how all of these events at the UA are put together? Most of the large events and happenings at the UA are the direct cause of the University Activities Board, and now you can be a part of it. The UAB is holding their second general meeting of the semester. Take part in planning activities such as family weekend, Eat to the Beat and other campus-wide goings on. The meeting tonight is an hour and a half, and begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Cellar of the UA Memorial Student Union. Free food is available to attendees, so swing by or call Carri Derose at 621-0763.


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