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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
October 27, 1999
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Got a question, or two or three? Want answers about the football team? Meet with our head football coach, Dick Tomey, today in the McKale Memorial Center, room 329. Talk about the team or just college football in general, and make sure to bring your own lunch while you chat and eat with the UA authority on college football. The luncheon begins at noon, and should last around one hour. Call the football office at 621-4917 if you have any questions about lunch with the coach.

Think you see ghosts where others do not? "Sixth Sense" is here to sympathize, with its showing tonight at 7 and 9 p.m. Bruce Willis brings his dramatic talents to the UA tonight with two showings. This is all part of the University Activities Board's Gallagher film series, which will live on, despite the destruction of the original Gallagher Theater this week. The movie is showing in Social Sciences room 100 and tickets are the standard price at $2.50 for students with a CatCard. Show up early because seats fill fast. If you need more information about this showing, or future showings at Social Sciences, call Kate Vesely at 621-0768.

Jane Korn, a professor from the UA James E. Rogers College of Law, is ready to probe your mind with her lecture this evening, "What do Witches, Drug Addicts, Cancer Survivors and You Have in Common?" The lecture, which begins at 12:15 p.m., should last around 35 minutes. Show up to the Center for Creative Photography, located directly north of Harvill. Korn's lecture is one of the many speeches in the Building Academic Community series, which has bi-weekly guest lectures. If you still have questions to be answered, call Sue Robinson at 621-4700.

Students Against Sweatshops are presenting a series on the global economy titled "Global Business and Ethics," by Martin Taylor. Taylor intends to lecture on the status of the globalization of the economy and the ethics of operating in that environment. The presentation kicks off at 7 p.m. and everyone is invited to attend and take part in the discussion. The fun this week is in Room 222 of the Social Sciences building. Students Against Sweatshops hosts weekly presentations that take place around campus each Wednesday. You can give Avery Kolers a call at 628-7805 if you want more information on SAS.

Want to find out exactly how Tucson was involved in the Wild, Wild West? The Arizona Historical Society wants to show you about the mayhem and chaos of life on the Arizona frontier in "Outlaws, Bandits, and Murderers: Violence in the Arizona Territory." The presenter is Virginia Culin Roberts, who will bring to the attendees the life and times of the crazies that pioneered the Tucson of yesteryear. The show should last two hours, and begins at 7 p.m. It takes place at the Arizona Historical Society, which is on 949 E. Second St. If you need more info on the show, the number is 628-5774.

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