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Arizona Daily Wildcat,
February 3, 2000
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Groovin' on the Grass will present Schewchuk, a local band on the UA Mall from 12-1. Make sure to stop by and show them your support. For more information, contact William Guth at 621-1111.

The Graduate Student Reading Series will showcase Kate Bertine, author of "The Trailer," Chris White, author of "The White Rose," and Madeline Kiser, author of "Rummaging at the Junk Fair" tonight from 8-9. The readings will take place at the Aerospace and Engineering building, Auditorium 202.

Dr. Larry Murdock of Purdue University will present "Cowpea Bruchid Management in Sub-Saharan Africa: An Insect Physiologist's Entomological Adventure" today from 4-5:30. This lecture is hosted by Patrick Moran and will take place in the Marley building Room 230. Rose Kilby can answer any questions at 621-7165.

Sprucing up your r­sum­ can be a hard task, but there is help. A R­sum­ Writing Workshop will take place today from 9-10 in the Memorial Student Union Room 256. For more information, contact Career Services at 621-4224.

Need help finding a job? There will be Job Search Strategies Workshop today at the Memorial Student Union Room 256 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Career Services can answer any questions at 621-4224.

Kamran Talattof will present "Poetics of Modernity: Self-Portrayal in Early Twentieth Century Persian Poetry" today from 3-4:30. This Near Eastern Studies and Middle Eastern Studies lecture will take place in the Franklin building Room 204. For more information, contact Near Eastern Studies at 621-8013 or Prof. Karimi at 621-5399.

The German Film Series will present "Lea," a film in German with English subtitles tonight at 7:30. This mysterious and tragic film will take place in the Modern Languages building auditorium. Contact Rafaela Farney at 621-7385 for more information.

David Boxley, Miechael Kabotie, and Mark Bahti will present "Innovation and Tradition: Native Artists' Views of Culture" tonight at 7:30. This lecture will look at how a native artist who is connected to his or her culture balance the demand of that culture. This lecture series is in partnership with American Indian Studies and Bahti Indian Arts and will take place in CESL Room 102. For more information, contact Suzanne Fish at 626-8290.

"House on Haunted Hill" will play again tonight at 7 and 9, so make sure to go and see it. The film will take place in Social Sciences Room 100. Kate Vesely can answer any questions at 621-0768.

Dr. Don Garnett will present "The Pesky Recombination Line Abundance Problem in Planetary Nebulae" today at 4 at the Steward Observatory Room N210. Refreshments will also be served in Room 204 at 3:30. Contact Pat Breyfogle at 318-8115 for more information.

--Compiled by Niusha Faghih

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