Pack up those sweaters, put on your shades and hit the pavement in search of the perfect summer job. Today and tomorrow, UA representatives will be in the Memorial Student Union Senior Ballroom, ready to answer questions about "Campus Employment." Information on convenient campus jobs for both the summer and upcoming fall semesters will be available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. If you have specific questions about the UA Campus Employment Fair, please call Kendal Washington White at 621-5696.
Slap on a rubber glove and help out the hungry in one fast sweep of a knife. The UA Hillel Foundation is having a "PB and Jam" session on the Mall today from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students are invited to come out and make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for needy Tucson families. This event is in honor of Hunger Week and only takes a moment of your time. So lick your lips and call Hillel at 624-6561 for more information.
The country to which you owe citizenship plays an important role in your identity whether you are in the United States or abroad. At today's 3 p.m. Center for Middle Easter Studies lecture, the idea of "States and Their Expatriates: Rethinking Citizenship and Migration in the Middle East/North Africa Region" will be brought to the table. Visiting lecturers will discuss in detail the concept of African origin in the Franklin Building, Room 202H. For more information, please call Anne Bennett at 621-8079.
Grab your basketball gear and get ready to support your Arizona Wildcats as they leave for the Final Four Championships. Today at Sancet Field, the players will spend 45 minutes with their fans before taking a charter flight to Minneapolis, Minn., to rock Michigan State. The Athletic department has requested that fans do not go to the airport to send off their boys, but rather take advantage of this opportunity at 11 a.m. For more information, please call Phoebe Chalk at 621-2331.
The Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee puts all stereotypes behind bars at today's open panel discussion on "Identity and Sexuality." As part of a student panel series, this discussion will include questions on personal conflicts, situations and concerns. The panel will take place in the Martin Luther King Jr. building, Room 209, and students are requested to arrive promptly at 5 p.m. For more information or to get involved, please call African American Student Affairs at 621-3419.
Personal responsibility plays a key role in today's German Film Series screening of "All-Around Reduced Personality." This wry comedy about a single mother chronicles the life of a photo journalist in a war torn country. The movie, filmed in German and accompanied by English subtitles, will screen tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Modern Languages auditorium. For more information, please call Barbara Kosta at 621-7389.