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Arizona Daily Wildcat,
February 15, 2000
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Is your squeaking chain driving you crazy? Have you nearly lost you life due to anemic braking power? Well the UA Cycling Club is offering a rare chance to get your bicycle tuned or repaired free of charge because it's Free Bicycle Repair Day. This event will take place on the UA Mall from 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Brent Skeen can answer any questions at 670-9747.

Tohono Chul Park will present "Wildlife Tours" every Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 10 a.m. through April 28. This rare glimpse at multiple wildlife gardens will enable you to identify the various types of wildflowers that grow in the Tucson area. For more information on this event, contact April Bourie at 742-6455.

Need help finding a job? A Job Strategies Workshop will take place at the Memorial Student Union Room 256 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Contact Career Services at 621-4224 for more information.

In need of interviewing tips? An Interviewing Skills Workshop will take place at the Memorial Student Union, Room 256 from 1-2 p.m. Career Services can answer any questions at 621-4224.

The School of Music and Dance will hold a Doctoral Qualifying Recital with Charles Miles on the clarinet. This even will take place at the Fine Arts Complex's Crowder Hall tonight at 7:30. For more information on this event, contact MusiCall at 621-2998.

The public is invited to attend a Southern Arizona Hiking Club Monthly Educational Meeting tonight at 7:45 in Biological Sciences West, Room 301. This meeting will feature author Betty Leavengood who will speak on her findings and photos dealing with "Grand Canyon Women, 1894-1999." A question and answer session for new members will start at 7 in the same room. Call James Klein for more information at 795-9484.

Campus Crusade will sponsor Gospel Music on the UA Mall today from 12-1 p.m. This event consists of amplified music for one hour. Contact Rebekah Winchester for more information about this event at a pager number of 930-0730.

Duane Nykamp, Courant Institute, New York University will present "A Population Density Approach that Facilitates Large-Scale Modeling of Neural Networks" today at 12:30 p.m. This presentation is part of the Program in Applied Mathematics PDE Seminar and will take place in the Mathematics building, Room 402. For more information on this seminar, contact Linda Silverman at 621-2016.

A Biomathematics Seminar on "Background on Structured Population Models in a Stochastic Environment," by Brian McGill and Jeff Edmunds will take place today from 3:34-5:30 p.m. at the Economics Building, Room 200A. Contact Linda Silverman at 621-2016 for more information.

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