Interested in going to law school, but don't know where to start looking? Come to the Law Fair today from 10 a.m. till 2 p.m. Representatives from more than 90 schools will be on hand to answer questions and help you with the application process. The fair will be held in Bear Down Gym. Verlaine Walker can help you out with any questions if you give her a call at 621-3336.
Just when you thought all the Y2K hype was over, the department of sociology has to hold a Brown Bag Lunch Series focusing on "Subculture Responses to Y2K." Don't worry, you won't be bombarded with warnings about computers crashing and the world coming to an end. Andrea Hoplight Tapia will discuss how the new year has affected various societies. The speech starts at noon so pick up some lunch on your way to Room 400 of the Social Sciences Building. Call Gisela Aaron at 621-3531 for more information.
Turning 60 seems so old, doesn't it? Well, Harold Jones can shed some light on that. His exhibit, "Seeing Sixty," celebrates a birthday with a closing reception at the Joseph Gross Gallery. Don't miss out on your last chance to grab a peek of this showing. The festivities start at 5 today and run for about two hours. Call the gallery at 626-4215 with any inquiries.
Questions: what do you get when you cross Macbeth with a Kung-fu movie? Answer: "Throne of Blood." This Japanese film directed by Akira Kurosawa transplants the story of Macbeth to medieval Japan, with Macbeth playing a samurai. The screening will be held in the Modern Languages Auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Charles Scruggs can give you the low down if you call him at 621-3527.
Nothing to do tonight? You could always show some school spirit by going to the UA Symphony Orchestra concert tonight. The performance starts at 7:30 in Crowder Hall, located in the fine arts complex. To reserve your tickets, call 621-2998. Tickets prices range between $4 and $8.
Anyone interested in the gay rights movement won't want to miss out on this afternoon's question and answer forum. Urvashi Vaid, a long-time leader of the gay and lesbian rights movement, will be speaking in the Tucson Room of the Memorial Student Union at 3.
Thinking about studying in Germany? You should probably stop by the Berlin 2000 program today. Students who have studied in Germany will enlighten audience members on their experiences abroad. The discussion starts at noon on the Mall. And when you finish up there, head on over to the Center for Creative Photography Auditorium for a panel discussion on the "Issues of Social Integration in United Germany." Professors from across the country will converge here at the UA for this discussion, so you won't want to miss out. The panel discussion starts at 1:30 this afternoon. Call Thomas Kovach at 621-7385 for all the details.