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Arizona Daily Wildcat,
February 2, 2000
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Need something to do during your lunch hour? Rising Star and Eat to the Beat will be presenting Tommy Checker today from 12-1 in the Memorial Student Union Cellar. William Guth can answer any questions at 621-1111.

The UA Flying Club will be meeting tonight at 8 to discuss aviation ground school to help students take their first steps towards a private pilots license. They will also be talking about plans for this semesters flights. Meet at CBS Room 216 to share your ideas.

Middle Eastern Studies is presenting "Al-Waqidi, Apologetics and the Orientalists: Controversies over the Reliability of Sources" today at 12 p.m. Charles Adams, a retired professor of Comparative Religion and founding member of M.E.S.A. will host this talk at the Franklin Building Room 204. For more information, contact Middle Eastern Studies at 621-5450.

"House on the Haunted Hill" will play at Social Sciences Room 100 tonight at 7 and 9. This film is part of the UAB Gallagher Film Series so make sure to go and check it out. Kate Vesely can answer any questions at 621-0768.

Dr. Kendra Gaines of the Writing Skills Improvement program will present "Understanding Rhetorical Strategies" today at 5 p.m. This lecture will take place in Modern Languages Room 410. Contact Donna Rabuck at 621-5849 for more information.

"Innovative Industry Partnerships to Recruit Students into Engineering" will be presented by Ray Umashankar, the Director of Multicultural Engineering Program and the College of Engineering and Mines today from 12:15-12:40. This presentation will take place at the Center for Creative Photography Auditorium and Sue Robison can answer any questions at 621-4700.

Have any questions or concerns aimed at ASUA? They will have representatives on the UA Mall today from 12-2 handing out information about ASUA and questioning students about their concerns. Contact Sarah Becker at 621-6747 for more information.

The second session of A Millennium Forum Series presented by the Committee of Eleven of the General Faculty on Issues Facing the University in the 21st Century and moderated by Lawrence Aleamoni, Professor and Head of the Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation and Psychology will present "A Faculty-Centered Research University?" This forum will take place from 2:30-4:30 at the College of Law Room 146. Kathy Fitzgerald can answer can questions at 621-1342.

Compiled by Niusha Faghih

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