Spring semester 2001 is coming to a close, but before you register for summer school, you should get through finals. Today's Writing about Literature Workshop addresses this stressful subject at 5 p.m. in Modern Languages Room 413. Instructors will teach effective exam preparation techniques to score you that grade you have been hoping for all semester. For more information, call Donna Rabuck at 621-5849.
If recent police reports in the Wildcat have got you wondering whether your work or home environment is really safe, the UA Police Department is here to answer your questions. The department offers a variety of safety and security seminars, self-defense classes and guided tours of the police station to prepare you in the event that you cross paths with danger. For information on personal safety, how to report a crime or learning how to be aware of suspicious activity, call the UAPD Field Support division at 621-4219.
Have you been so busy with school you can't remember the last time you sat down and enjoyed yourself? If you need a little break from the busy life of a college student, check out the Arizona International Film Festival all this week. Screenings will take place on the UA campus as well as various venues around Tucson. Tickets to selected movies can purchased, or weeklong passes can be obtained through the Web site at http://www.azfilmfest.com. For further information, call Nina Welch at 628-1737.
Don't pack up your bags and head back home before stopping in to the Old Main resource center for some last minute tips. A peer career ambassador can help you with planning your class schedule today between 8:30 a.m. and noon. If you just need someone to talk to about where your life is headed, run up the stairs for a little walk-in counseling with a professional counselor between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. For more information, call UA Career Services at 621-4224.
If you are tired of looking at your own family album and are ready to mix up the nostalgia a bit, check out the Lori Novak exhibit at the UA Center for Creative Photography. "Collected Visions" contains dozens of images of Novak's family as well as artistic representations of history, water and nature. The exhibit is available for viewing throughout the week during normal gallery hours. A multimedia installation has been added which allows visitors to view Novak's Web site and a musical video. For more information, call the Center for Creative Photography at 621-7968.