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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
September 29, 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 should last 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, from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m.

Want to congratulate the UA Football on their amazing victory last week? Don't miss your chance to eat lunch with UA head coach Dick Tomey today in the McKale Center's Room 329. Held weekly, this lunch is designed for students to sit down and talk with one of the Pacific 10 and college football's premiere coaches. Beginning at noon, students are expected to bring their own lunch, and their football mind. Everyone is welcome. Call the UA Football office at 621-4917 if you have any questions.

Are you still one of the many undecided majors at the UA, or are thinking of making a switch? Well, come out to Bear Down gym to the Meet Your Major Fair. Everyone is invited to come and meet and greet with representatives from all colleges who can provide you with information about what you need to do to switch majors. Taking place from 10 a.m. and lasting until 2 p.m., individuals with questions can call Nancy Frazier at 621-3646.

Want to have a sit-down breakfast with one of your professors and find out exactly what they are all about? Here is your chance, because the Office of Student Programs is offering an invitation breakfast on Oct. 6 for students to invite the professor of their choice and have a meal with them. Meal times are at 7:30 a.m. and 8:30 a.m., and the deadline for signing up is today. Call the Office of Student Programs at 621-7597 or stop by their office in the Memorial Student Union today. The meal is informal and completely complimentary, so make sure to act soon, because spots fill up quickly.


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