Tap into your inner child. Toys "R" Us will be on the Mall with every college kid's dream toys, from a climbing wall to Sony Playstations. This Southwest Retail Center-sponsored event allows you to play that coveted role from the movie Big that Tom Hanks was so lucky to garner. Activities will be set up in the Mall from 8 a.m. for the early birds to 5 p.m. Call 621-1715 if you've got some questions.
Having trouble reading your professors handwriting on the chalkboard? Maybe it's not due to lack of penmanship as you had previously thought. You can find out today if you visit the Eye Specialists of Arizona who will conduct visual screenings at the Life and Work Connections Building at 1533 E. Helen St. Professionals will screen for visual acuity, glaucoma and cornea defects. Call Alice Rowan at 621-2493 to schedule your appointment today.
Confused by the teachings of Plato, Nietzsche and Kant? Find out how these theoretical concepts translate into everyday decisions and how those decisions affect yourself and others. "Everyday Ethics," a Human Resources department presentation, will teach you how to play by the rules of ethics and how to use ethical teachings as a basis for decision-making. The program starts at 8:30 this morning in Room 216 of the University Services Building. Call 621-7701 to reserve your spot in the workshop.
Looking for some soothing guitar chords to help you relax and pass the time? The Master's Recital may be just the ticket for you. Randall Avers will perform at Holsclaw Recital Hall in the fine arts complex at 7 p.m. Call MusiCall at 621-2998 to purchase tickets.
So you're the type who always takes things with a grain of salt. Why not apply that notion to today's Hispanic Film Festival? Chicano/Hispano Student Affairs will sponsor an all-day movie event sure to give you insight into Hispanic life. At 9 a.m. "Chulas Fronteras" will play in the Adalberto Resource Guerrero center in the Economics Building, followed by 'El Norte Norte" at noon. The afternoon ticket includes "Salt on Earth" at 5 p.m., with Raquel Goldsmith, a Mexican American studies adjunct professor, presenting a discussion of the film prior to its screening. Goldsmith's speech starts at 4 p.m. Call 621-5627 for more information.
show your concern for the status of women here at the UA. The Association of Women Faculty are holding a panel discussion on the role women play at the university and what strategies would boost success, satisfaction and survival. "Everything You Always Wanted to Ask, But Were Afraid to Know" starts at 4 this afternoon and runs until around 6 p.m. The forum will be held in Room 146 of the James E. Rogers law building. Call Linda Brigham at 626-8307 if you'd like more information about the day's events.