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Tuesday April 24, 2001

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By Mindy Jones

Don't forget to lather on that suntan lotion before hitting the Recreation Center pool or the grassy knoll outside your dorm. Has your fair skin already been affected by the sun and you want to help others realize the importance of skin protection? The University of Arizona Skin Cancer Protection Center is looking for healthy men and women to participate in a study testing a new treatment for sun damaged skin. For more information on the study or specific eligibility requirements, call 321-7745.

Grab a blanket and enjoy a picnic lunch on the UA Mall today between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. The University Activities Board will provide the music in its end-of-the-year Eat to the Beat concert on the Mall stage. For information on specific performers or to get involved in Groovin' on the Grass, call Diane at 626-2630.

The days are getting longer and denim shorts are getting shorter, isn't it time you discussed what is on everybody's minds? The Oasis Center is sponsoring a Clothesline project on the UA Mall today between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. This event is part of an ongoing series promoting Sexual Awareness Month. For more information or to get involved with the project, call Jackie at 624-6204.

The time has come for teachers to announce the format of your final class exam. Whether you are given a take-home exam or an in-class essay, preparation is the key to a passing grade. The Graduate Writing Workshop is sponsoring "Tackling the Final" today at 4 p.m. in Modern Languages building, Room 310. For more information on this weekly Tuesday series, call Donna Rabuck at 621-5849.

Before you're inundated with final exams and summer plans, take a moment out of your day to enjoy nature at the Flandrau Science Center. April is Meteorite month, and the center has created a variety of Flandrau Rocks exhibits to celebrate. Theme-related presentations are offered on a daily basis, and interactive displays are available for students and community members. For more information on the center's regular business hours and showtimes, call 621-STAR through April 30.

Are you looking for a little mental stimulation? If you would rather sit and discuss the practical applications of what you are learning in that difficult math class, check out today's Program in Applied Mathematics in the Math building, Room 402. The program begins at 12:30 p.m., and seating is limited. For more information on the discussion topic, call Linda Silverman at 621-2016.