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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
November 26, 1999
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Think Tuesday night is a quiet night to show your school sprit? Well, here is your chance to quench that thirst for school spirit with UA volleyball. They continue to roll on as they take on the BYU Cougars tonight at 7. Expect some passionate play as the Wildcats attempt to spike the Cougars at McKale. Doors open around 6 p.m., and if you are thinking of going, you can pick up your tickets at the McKale ticket office, which is open until 6 p.m. each weekday. Tickets will run students nothing as long as they are in possession of a CatCard. General admission tickets will run everyone else $5. Calling the McKale ticket office will also score tickets, and you don't even have to leave the comforts of your own home.

Help the children of the UA community, and contribute to Camp Wildcat Week, which just so happens to kick off this week on the UA Mall. "What is Camp Wildcat?" you ask. It is an organization dedicated to finding activities for the underprivileged youth of the Tucson community. Run completely by students, Camp Wildcat takes children out to places like Mount Lemmon and other areas they would otherwise be unable to go. There will be activities all week on the UA Mall, so swing by and check out what Camp Wildcat is doing. You can call Christina Seely at 299-1377 if you have any extra questions about Camp Wildcat activities.

Getting a job is really easy. Now that we have your attention, take part in the Resum­ Writing Workshop that can make looking for a job easier. So brush off the dust from your resum­ and references, and prepare to make yourself a more inviting employee this afternoon at 1 in the Education building, room 316. The workshop should last around 60 minutes. This is a weekly workshop run by the Career Services Center designed to help UA students get that important job after graduation. If you have any questions about your career, call Career Services at 621-4224.

Ever entertained the thought of attending law school after college? The UA College of Law Admissions is hosting an open house for anyone and everyone that has an interest in applying to the UA College of Law. The open house will kick off at 5:30 p.m. and should last 2 hours. Stop by the College of Law lobby, which is where your questions will be answered. If you prefer a phone conversation, Kay Clark at 621-9949 can answer those questions.

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