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Wednesday April 11, 2001

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The time has come once again to lend a helping hand to those in need. Take a deep breath, bite your lower lip and pick a color to bandage the wound when it is all over at today's Red Cross blood drive on the UA Mall. Representatives from Campus Health Services and the Bluebird Bloodmobile service will be on hand to answer any last-minute donor questions between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. No appointment is necessary, and walk-ins are welcome. For more information, call Kelly Moyer at 917-2830.

You don't have to turn over that moldy rock or carefully roll over the thorny cactus in your backyard to find the hidden treasures of Tucson. If you are looking for a little adventure, or simply something unique to give you something to brag about to your East Coast friends, check out today's Things to Do in Tucson Fair on the UA Mall. Sponsored by the University Activities Board Education by Example committee, students will be able to peruse the fair aisles and take brochures on area attractions between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. For more information, call Heather at 621-0764.

No need to hide under your covers, these masks weren't created to scare you but simply in appreciation of the arts. Today's presentation, "Palm Frond Masks and Creative African Art Forms" is sponsored by the Africana Studies Department and features Tucson artist Morris Doty. The skilled wood carver and mask maker will have his creations on display in the Memorial Student Union Tucson room at noon, and light refreshments will be served. For more information, call 621-5665.

The situation in the Middle East is changing by the second. Avoid being caught behind the times and attend today's noon forum on "Up to the Minute Information: The Crisis in the Middle East" in the Memorial Student Union Senior Ballroom. A panel of academic professors from the UA Near Eastern Studies department, the Center for Middle Eastern Studies and the Judaic Studies department will lead the discussion and invite questions and audience participation. For more information, please call the Hillel Foundation at 624-6561.

Did your research paper sound better in your head than on the paper that just came out of your printer? If you are having trouble formulating your thoughts into cohesive arguments, stop by Modern Languages Room 204 today for the Weekly Writing Workshop at 5 p.m.. Today's free lecture will focus on "Overcoming Grammatical Errors and Awkward Writing." For more information, please call Donna Rabuck at 621-5849.

-Compiled by Mindy Jones