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By Joshua McClain
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
November 29, 1999
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Tom Ervin, a professor in the School of Music, is ready to play a little trombone for you at Crowder Hall tonight at 7:30. Tickets for this event run at $6-10 for some evening entertainment. Part of the faculty artist series presented by the School of Music, tickets can be had by showing up early at the door to assure yourself a prime spot.

Finals are looming - does that thought bother you? In order to make your finals week a success, you need to have thought-out strategies. The Writing Skills Improvement program is here to make sure your finals week is nothing but a success. They hold workshops on various things, but today's workshop "Final Exam Strategies: Preparing for the Final Exam," is designed to make you a prepared student and ready to ace your class tests. The program starts at 5 p.m. in Modern Languages, room 310. Given by Kendra Gaines, this should be a workshop on everyone's agenda. Give Donna Rabuck a call at 621-5849 if you have any more questions.

Mademoiselle, the magazine sensation, is here all day today as part of their country tour. Starting bright and early at 7:30 a.m., they will have tents filled with ideas on how to build your resume, how to get jobs and ideas on how to become independent after graduation. Mademoiselle will also have a women's health care tent. The entire event is being brought to you on behalf of the University Activities Board. The organization will be here until 10 p.m., so find some time in your busy day to see what is going on around the UA Mall today. Those with questions can call Jace Eckenrod at 621-0760.

There is still tickets available for tomorrow's presentation of Riverdance. Yes, the Irish dancing sensation is here and you can see it for $40. Pick up your tickets to this mobile party at the Centennial Hall box office or call them at 621-3341. See Michael Gallagher and company dance it up tomorrow at Centennial Hall.

Want to reduce the amount that you smoke? So does the Arizona Program for Nicotine and Tobacco Research, who is conducting a medical research study to help find treatment to reduce smoking. Volunteers who are willing to take part will be asked to visit the center, located at 1145 N. Campbell Ave., at least 10 times, and must be available for 15 months. You will be asked to use an inhaler for up to one year. A physical examination will be provided as well as reimbursement for travel expenses. Those interested should call 886-4964 or e-mail the center at clinic@u.arizona.edu.

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