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Arizona Daily Wildcat,
January 26, 2000
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The UA Flying Club will be holding their first meeting of the semester tonight at 8 in CBS, Room 216. They will be electing a new president and discussing this semester's flights. All pilots and aviation enthusiasts are welcome to attend.

Do you want to improve your public speaking, communication and leadership skills? Toastmaster's International will be holding a lecture today from 5-6 p.m. in Harvill, Room 105. For more information on this meeting, you can call Hiroshi at 882-4347.

There will be an Anthropology Lecture Series with Paul Minnis of Oklahoma presenting "Casa Grande for the Farsighted: A Regional Lens for a Clearer View." This lecture will take place today at 4 p.m. in the Anthropology building, Room 216. Charles Bollong can answer any questions on the series at 621-2585.

Are you a superstar? The UA Gallagher Films Series will be showing the movie "Superstar" starting today and lasting until Friday. The showings are 7 and 9 p.m. in the Social Sciences building, Room 100. The movie will last 83 minutes and admission is $2.50, but make sure to get there early to get a seat. Kate Vesely can answer any of your questions at 621-0768.

Margaret Kidwell, a regents professor from the ecology and evolutionary biology department will be presenting "The Relevance of Evolutionary Biology to Science and Society in the 21st Century" today at 12:15 p.m. The lecture will take place at the Center for Creative Photography. For more information, call Sue Robison at 621-4700.

Got enough milk? There will be a lecture by co-investigator Dr. Michael Maricic describing the Women's Health Calcium Study and the goals of the study. The lecture will take place at the Arizona Health Sciences Center in the DuVal Auditorium today from 1-3 p.m. Susanne Olkkola can answer any of your questions at 321-7440.

Hillel will be on the UA Mall today to answer any questions and passing out information on Jewish Awareness Month (JAM). The fun starts at 11 a.m. and will last until 1 p.m. For more information, contact Bethany at 624-6561.

Are you in need of a relaxing activity? The Poetry Center will be presenting Leslie Marmon Silko and Daryl Begay tonight at 8. Silko is the author of acclaimed novels "Gardens in the Dunes," "Ceremony," "and "Almanac of the Dead." She has received the Pushcart Prize, a MacArthur Foundation Grant and the Lila Wallace-Reader's Digest Foundation Writer's Fellowship. The reading will take place at the Modern Languages Auditorium. For more information, you can contact the Poetry Center at 321-7760.

-Compiled by Niusha Faghih

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