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Friday November 17, 2000

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The Craft Fair will continue today on the UA Mall. Come and do some early Christmas shopping or even treat yourself or a friend to a gift. The fair runs from 9:30 a.m.-3 p.m. and will feature local vendors selling their crafts. Contact Susie Gray at 621-0768 for more information.

Sponsored by the Brazil Study Group, a capoeira presentation will take place today from 12-1 p.m. on the UA Mall. Capoeira is a dance/fight demonstration and is very interesting to watch. For more information, contact Ana at 751-1224.

"And This Before Leaving," a tapestry of memories told in a poetic weaving of language and movement will take place tonight at 7:30. Admission tickets, which are free, must be obtained in person at the UA Fine Arts Box Office located in the lobby of the Marroney Theatre or at the door. The play will take place at the Fine Arts Complex, Directing Studio, 116. The Fine Arts Box Office can answer any questions at 621-1162.

Performances of "Hamlet," will start on Nov. 19 and continue throughout the week at 7:30 p.m. at the Planetarium. Tickets are $4 for general admission and are available in the Flandrau Science Center and Planetarium. Call 621-4515 for more information.

A Physiology Seminar Series, "Two-Photon Fluorescent Labels with Enhanced Sensitivity for Biological Imaging," will take place today from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Make sure to arrive early for refreshments at 10:50. The lecture will be at the Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 5403. Erik Henriksen can answer any questions at 621-4104.

Dan Shapiro will sign and discuss his book "Mom's Marijuana" at the UofA Bookstore today from 12-1 p.m. Shapiro, an assistant professor of medicine at the UA Health Sciences Center, recounts his struggle with and triumph over cancer in his 20s. Contact Octa Leigh at 621-8855 for more information on this discussion and book signing.

A Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium, "Overturning and Mixing in the Oceanic Thermocline Forced by Wave-Wave Interactions," will take place today at 12:30 p.m. at the Mathematics building, Room 402. Linda Silverman can answer any questions at 621-2016.

A Comparative Cultural and Literary Studies Colloquium Series, "Ethical Imperialism and Health Development in the Dominican Republic: Helping Ideologies and Recalcitrant Savages," will take place today from 3:30-4:45 p.m. at the Harvill building, Room 332B. For more information, contact Adele Barker at 621-3608.

"The Salton Sea Dilemma: Big Lake, Big Problems, Big Money," a Geography Colloquium, will take place today from 3:30-4:30 p.m. at the Harvill building, Room 404. Call John Kupfer at 621-1887 for more information.