Do you dream of climbing the Eiffel Tower in France or picking up an authentic kimono at the local Japanese market? If you are ready to venture beyond country lines, stop by the UA Mall today between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m. to pick up information on studying abroad. Pamphlets and applications will be available for students interested in student travel or studying and volunteering abroad. For more information regarding the world beyond East Speedway Boulevard, please call the Study Abroad Office at 621-9403.
Strap your hand down to the table, clench your teeth and remember you are saving lives at the same time. Whatever your method for enduring the pain, your donation at today's Little/Bluebird Blood Drive will go to those accident victims and patients in need of the "juice of life." Campus Health Services asks that you stop by the drive, located near the UA Mall in the cactus garden area, between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. to schedule a donation. For more information on how you can help your community, please call Kelly Moyer at 917-2830.
History may repeat itself, but in today's Africana Studies lecture, Colette Sims will discuss "Black Genius: Shaking Off the Dead Hands of History." This lecture is part of the Black History Month series and will begin at noon in the Martin Luther King Jr. building, room 209. Light refreshments will be served after the discussion. For more information on future events sponsored by the Africana Studies department, please call 621-5665.
With spring break approaching, your undergraduate college career may be coming to a close. If walking in May has gotten you worried about your post-graduate educational opportunities, check out today's Graduate School Demystified workshop at noon. The lecture will take place in Social Sciences, room 222 and representatives will address questions pertaining to eligibility, preparation, application and financial aid for potential graduate students. For more information regarding furthering your education, please call the graduate college at 621-3471.
Magazine covers and MTV shows have been under fire lately for their representation of the ideal human form. While some may say the portrayals are inaccurate, others go as far as to blame these sources for eating disorders in the United States. In honor of Eating Disorders Awareness Week, Campus Health Services is providing information on the causes, effects and treatment options for a variety of different disorders. Brochures can be picked up on the UA Mall today between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. or throughout the week at Campus Health. For more information, please call Gale Begeman or Campus Health Services at 621-4550.