So you like to wear nice clothes, but do you really know how to dress for success? Do you know what affect your clothes have on others' perceptions of you? Well find out. This week's Leadership Workshop focuses on how to dress to get what you want. "Dress for Success: How Dress Affects What People Perceive About You" can teach you why your old ragged jeans are not appropriate attire for an interview, even if you're just applying at McDonalds. This six-part workshop series starts at 3 p.m. in the Tucson Room of the Student Union. Call Matt Helm at 626-4905 to sign up for the workshop.
Afraid of dying? Maybe you wouldn't be if you knew a little more about it. And you can find out more with this evening's lecture on "Issues of Death and Dying." Larry Lincoln, a Tucson physician, will focus on the mysteries surrounding death and explore the unknown. This six-part series continues throughout the semester. Tonight's speech starts at 6 p.m. in the College of Medicine, Lecture Hall 2117. The lectures cost $50 for all six. To sign up, call 626-7301.
So you think you're picky? Would if nothing could satisfy you? Seems pretty extreme, but it does happen to some people, and if you're one of them, you won't want to miss out on Patti Harada's presentation tonight on "When Nothing Makes You Happy." Harada, a medical research technician, will delve into the obstacles that prevent us from being happy and how to eliminate those roadblocks. The lecture starts at 7 p.m. at the University Medical Center. The lecture costs $10, so call 886-6046 to reserve your spot.
It's almost Halloween, and what better way to celebrate than to explore the eerie, vanished ghost towns of our own dear state. "Sasco: Outpost of an Empire," presented by historian Eric Berg, will examine the social, political and economic implications, as well as the origin, development and decline, of Arizona's extinct communities. Sasco, one of the most easily accessible and frequently visited ghost towns, has an interesting history that many do not know. Find out the town's secrets at tonight's 7 p.m. lecture in the Arizona Historical Society main museum. Call 628-5774 for more information.
Looking for a break after a long couple of weeks of mid-terms. Why not catch a flick? "Funny Face," starring Fred Astaire and Audrey Hepburn, portrays the story of a fashion photographer who transforms a girl into a chic Paris model. Of course there's a romantic twist to it, the two fall in love. But don't worry, we're not ruining the story for you. Their tale of love is wrought with twists and turns, as they all are. The screening starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Center for Creative Photography.