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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
November 15, 1999
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Time to do your part to save the planet, as today is America Recycles Day. UA Residence Life Recycling is here to celebrate America Recycles Day by providing activities designed to get you excited about recycling. All day today, beginning at 9:30, there will be games, give-aways and all sorts of information on the UA Mall. Learn how to take those empty cans from last weekend's party and turn that into a way to help save our natural resources. The activities should last until 2:30 p.m. Stop by the Mall some time today to find out more information, or you can call Erica Hansen at 626-7064.

Need ideas for what to do after you graduate? Teach for America, Americorps and Peacecorps are on campus tonight in an effort to give you some options after your graduation. Take advantage of a job that allows you to truly help people. They are meeting in Social Sciences room 206 from 6-7:30 p.m. Representatives from all three groups will be here, trying to get you a job. Americorps is an opportunity similar to the Civilian Conservation Corps of post-WWII where you work to help improve the natural environment. The Peacecorps offers a program where you work abroad with developing nations. Teach for America takes graduates and places them in under-resourced areas of the U.S. as teachers to help the underprivileged. Show up if you have any inkling of doing this in the future, because you never know -ุone of these programs could lead to the time of your life.

A festival on the French language is taking place all this week in honor of National Francophone Week. National Francophone Week is held to celebrate the French language and its influence on the modern world. Tonight's activity is "La vie est belle," a French movie being shown at 7:30 in the Education building's Kiva Auditorium. Those with questions about the film or National Francophone Week can call Lisa Jurkowitz at 621-7349.

Afraid you don't know your teachers well enough. That is why colloquiums were created, so you can learn and discuss with the individuals in charge of educating you. The UA Women's Studies department is holding a colloquium today from noon-2 on "Colored Ambiguities: Reflections on Latina Consciousness." The lecture is taking place in the Memorial Student Union's Tucson room, which is on the second floor next to McDonalds. More Women's Studies info can be obtained by calling the department at 621-7338.

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