If you are a graduate student who has been feeling overloaded with school work and office hours, slip off your shoes and celebrate your success at today's Graduates Only BBQ from 4 to 7 p.m. The event is sponsored by the Graduate and Professional Student Council and will include dinner and dancing on the Mall. Take a breather from your hectic schedule and come down to meet other UA GTAs looking to have a good time. For more information, call Phil at 628-7493.
The sky is blue, and a rivalry is brewing in the air. Bring your lucky glove to tonight's Arizona softball game against Arizona State at 7. In honor of the fierce competition, free "Duel in the Desert" T-shirts will be handed out to the first 1000 fans. Tickets for the game at Hillenbrand Memorial Stadium are $3-$4 and can be purchased through the McKale ticket office at 621-2287.
While Tucson wonders if the true summer season will ever hit, the audience at tonight's International Arts Society Film Festival series will contemplate an "Early Summer." The two-hour Japanese film stars a young woman who is torn between making others happy and marrying the man of her dreams. The film screening begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Modern Languages auditorium. For more information on this film, call Charles Scruggs at 621-3527.
Grab your dancing shoes and dip your partner into a seat at tomorrow night's UApresents: Dance Series - Paul Taylor Dance Company debut at Centennial Hall. The award-winning dance company, led by experienced solo artist Paul Taylor, will guide the audience through a collage of dance techniques and choreographed music. Tickets for the 8 p.m. show are available for $30-$42 and can be purchased at the Centennial Hall box office, or by phone at 621-3341.
Need a few volunteer hours for your club or greek organization? Do you simply like helping the community with other students just like you? Register this weekend for the 14th Annual All-Campus Philanthropy Day and give yourself a little pat on the back. Spaces are limited and registration must be completed online at email@example.com.
Sunday is Tax Day and Uncle Sam wants you. If you haven't completed your tax forms, check out local libraries and post offices for current state and federal tax forms. Mailboxes will be open until midnight on Sunday to take your last minute calculations. For questions concerning how much money you need to give or take from the Internal Revenue Service, log on to http://www.irs.gov.