Ever wanted to meet the big guy whose office SAS invading for 10 days? Well tomorrow UA President Peter Likins will be holding a campus town hall meeting with a chance for students to voice their concerns and demand answers. The 2-hour forum, which starts at 11:30 a.m., will be held in the Kiva Auditorium of the Education Building. If you've got some questions, call the president's office at 621- 5511. And you if you can't make it to this meeting, don't fret. There will be another one on Oct. 3.
Show your school spirit by rooting for the Wildcats tomorrow as they face off against Ohio State University. The party starts a little early this weekend with tailgating on the Mall today. The festivities start at 4 p.m. Give Danielle DeVern a call at 621-8400 for more details.
You may not want to swat at that mosquito biting you. It may be your relative. At least according to the movie "Angels and Insects." This film, which is playing tonight in the Modern Languages Auditorium, places its characters in 19th century England. Only they slide up and down the scale of being, sometimes descending to the realm of insects, sometimes ascending to the ethereal region of the angels. The flick starts at 7:30 p.m., and you can drop Charles Scruggs a line at 621-3527 for more info.
Watching students practice sword-fighting is no longer limited to catching a glimpse as you pass through the fine arts complex. A full-fledged demonstration will be held on the Mall today, with a fighting arena, drums, dancing and combative arts. The event begins at 9 this morning and lasts until 3 p.m. Call Curt Booth at 621-2434 if you have any questions.
We all know the Arizona Cancer Center does great things, but what exactly do they do? Well, now you can find out. The 8th Annual Research Forum starts at 11 a.m. and you can swing by to see what current research projects are on the agenda and learn how to develop new collaborations between UA faculty members. The fair will be held in the Kiewit Auditorium of the Arizona Cancer Center. Contact Pam Knepper at 626-2276 for all the details.
Concerned about the homeless? Well show it. David Snow, sociology department head, will be discussing "A Triangulated Study of Homeless Collective Action Across American Cities: Overview of Procedures and Findings." The lecture starts at noon in Room 415 of the Social Sciences Building. Call Gisela Aaron at 621-3531 for more information.
Learn how to create a healthy working environment, free of sexual harassment. The Equal Opportunity-Affirmative Action Office is sponsoring a series of programs on how to maintain a stress-free, non-threatening workplace, and how to identify inappropriate behavior, as well as reporting options and strategies to handle harassment. The workshop starts at 9:30 a.m. in Room 207 of the University Services Building.