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Monday March 19, 2001

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Did spring break seem to fly by before you even had time to press the snooze

button? If you find that you are having trouble tracking your time, check

out today's 11 a.m. Learning Strategies Workshop lecture, "Time Management." To get the most out of this free informational discussion in the Bear Down Gym, instructors suggest bringing a class schedule, calendar and appointment books. For more information, please call Karen Gutierrez at 621-4548.

Natural scenery and culturally rich monuments surround the UA, awaiting

discovery and appreciation. Today's 11 a.m. American Indian Studies program lecture will center around discovering resources valuable for maintaining and enriching Arizona's history. Alyce Sadongei, the associate curator for Native American relations, will lead a discussion on funding available for libraries and museums in the four quarters area in Harvill 415. For more information, please contact Claudia Nelson at 626-9181.

Are you a Wildcat fanatic? Do you sometimes draw stares for your uncontrollable Wildcat fever? Well, fear not. Applications for Arizona Allegiance, the official UA spirit club, can now be picked up at the front desk of ASUA. The applications are due by 5 p.m. on March. 28.

Have long nights on the beach and no homework left you looking into the

sky for some evening entertainment? If you believe that there is more out

there than meets the eye, grab a seat for tonight's Steward Observatory

Public Evening Series lecture, "Millimeter and Submillimeter Astronomy with the ALMA." The lecture will begin at 7:30 p.m. in Steward Observatory N210, and a question and answer period will take place at its conclusion. The

telescope will also be available for public viewing at no cost. For more

information, please call Thomas Fleming at 621-5049.

Put the pedal to the metal and race on over to the Student Union, Room 256

for "Too Many Gas Pedals: The Darwinian Explosion of Smart Interfaces."

The lecture will explore the impact of modern technology on arts, politics,

culture and society. This discussion is sponsored by the Provost's Office

and will begin promptly at 3:30 p.m. For more information, please call Sharon

Farmer at 626-7418.

Although the CDs in your stereo may have changed over the years, one name

has stayed synonymous with classical notes - Johann Sebastian Bach. In celebration of his birthday 316 years ago, members of the voice and instrumental faculty are holding a musical recital in the Music building's Holsclaw Recital Hall. The show will begin at 7:30 p.m., and tickets can be purchased through MusiCall at 621-2998.

School is back in session, and the Writing Skills Improvement Program is

waiting to refresh your memory on basic concepts your teacher will use this

semester. Today's 5 p.m. lecture will focus on "Reviewing Approaches to

the Text-in-Context Essay." This discussion is the eighth of the free series

and will be held in Modern Languages, Room 413. For more information, please call Donna Rabuck at 621-5849.