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By Niusha Faghih
Arizona Daily Wildcat,
January 12, 2000
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Need an interesting movie to take your mind off your busy first day back at school? The UAB Gallagher Film Series is presenting "Tarzan" tonight at 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. in Social Sciences, Room 100. The price for the movie is $2.50 and runs 89 minutes. Make sure to arrive early to assure good seats. For more information call 621-0768.

The Mall Enhancement Project is preparing for another change on the UA campus. The intersection of North Cherry Avenue at the UA Mall will be closed starting today, and the construction will end sometime in the fall of 2001. SunTran busses will still be providing transportation on the Mall by turning around at the bus loop which is located in front of Space Sciences/Optical Sciences areas. Bicyclists should also note this change because there will be a detour to either Fourth Street or First Street. For more information, contact Melissa Dryden at 621-9251.

The Lionel Rombach Gallery, located on the southeast corner of North Park Avenue and East Speedway Boulevard, is presenting "Pushing the Envelope: National Student Printmakers Portfolio." The exhibit starts today and will be at the gallery until Feb. 3 so you will have plenty of time to check out this collection that is part of the National Student Printmakers Exchange Portfolio. This exhibit documents the art of communication through the look of stamp and postcards as being not only ornamental, but also functional. The Rombach Gallery's hours are Monday-Friday 10 a.m.-5 p.m. and on Sunday from 12-4 p.m. Interested individuals should contact Julie Sasse at 621-4215.

Not busy this morning? There will be a Pharmacology and Toxicology Student Seminar in the Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 8403 at 11 a.m. W. Daniel Stamer is presenting this seminar called "Myocilin: A Molecular Handle on Glaucoma." Anyone with further questions should contact Jane Ageton at 626-3610.

The Joseph Gross Gallery in the Art Department is presenting "Waking in the Dark" by Phoenix artist Mayme Kratz. The poetic sculptures and wall constructions will be on exhibit starting today until Feb. 20. The gallery's hours are Monday-Friday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. These works of art are unique in that they may contain seed pods, insect wings, cactus rots and decayed birds among other things. For more information you can call 626-4215.

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