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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
November 4, 1999
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Want to learn more about your rights? Students for Reproductive Rights and Planned Parenthood and Citizen Ruth are presenting a comedic independent film about reproductive liberties. The film starts at 7:30 p.m. and is preempted by Planned Parenthood's Lisa Wise giving a 10-minute presentation on Roe vs. Wade and its impact on Generation X. The entire presentation should last around 1 hour and 45 minutes, so make sure to swing by Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering, room 212. AME is located at the northeast corner of North Mountain Avenue and East Speedway Boulevard. If you have questions or comments, call Rebecca Sablo at 695-0983.

Does traveling alone at night make you think twice? Here is your chance to learn all you can about defending yourself against attackers at the Women's Self Defense Classes. This is the first part of the process, designed to help improve you confidence and help teach you defense basics. The class starts at 7 p.m. and should last two hours in Maricopa Residence Hall, which is located on East North Campus Drive just east of North Park Avenue. All are invited to attend the seminars and learn basic self defense lessons.

It's Thursday, and you know what that means. It's time for everyone to learn a little in the field of astronomy. One of the many colloquiums offered by the Steward Observatory, today's class is titled "Precision Cosmology with CMB Experiments and Large Redshift Surveys." Not sure how that affects you? Well, show up to Steward Observatory's room N210 at 4 p.m., and Dr. Daniel Eisenstein will give you the gist of what they're talking about. Showing up at 3:30 p.m. in room 204 gets you refreshments, so being early is a benefit here. If you are still confused, call Pat Breyfogle at 318-8115.

The Anthropology department and the Arizona State Museum are collaborating on a new lecture series designed to help you learn more about the history of our culture. This series will continue until December, although it kicks off today with "Stepping Out in the Seventh Century A.D.: Sandals, Dress, and Adornment of the Basketmaker Culture of Northeastern Arizona." Kelly Hayes-Gilpin, an assistant professor of anthropology at Northern Arizona University, covers all about the peoples that resided in the area of northern Arizona in the 1620s. The presentation is expected to last 2 1/2 hours, and it begins at 7:30 p.m. in Center for English as a Second Language in Room 103. Suzy Fish at 626-8290 can provide any answers you need about the lecture series.

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