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Thursday November 30, 2000

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Have nothing to do on your lunch hour? Bird of Passage - a Groovin on the Grass performance - plays at noon on the UA Mall. Stephanie Albright can answer any questions you may have about the performance at 621-1111.

"Rethinking Sensitivity Analysis," a Systems and Industrial Engineering Seminar is from 2-3 p.m. today at Engineering, room 301. This presentation will examine the conceptual basis of sensitivity analysis. Contact Helen Don at 621-6551 for more information.

The UAB Arts Committee presents Shakespeare's, "Taming of the Shrew," tonight from 7-9:30 in the Memorial Student Union Cellar. This show is student directed, produced, and acted so make sure to come out and support the cast and directors. For more information, call Susu Gray at 621-0768.

A German film with English subtitles, "Jew Boy Levi," will show tonight at 7:30 at Modern Languages, Auditorium. This is a film about a cattle dealer visiting a village to do business, when he realizes that times have changed and a familiar world has become hostile. Barbara Kosta can answer any questions at 621-7389.

"The Anthropology of Islam: Misunderstandings of the Past, Perils of the Future," a presentation for the Eighth Annual Sabbagh Lecture will take place tonight at 7. This lecture is at Berger Auditorium, McClelland Hall. Admission is free and Pat Clarke can answer any questions at 626-3454.

Donald Kuspit, one of America's most distinguished art critics. and professor of art history and philosophy will lecture on the "trauma and mourning" in Rudolf Baranik's paintings on exhibit at the Museum of Art. This lecture is from 7:30-9 p.m. at the Architecture Auditorium. Contact Alisa Shorr at 621-7567 for more information.

"Sons of Orpheus," the male choir of Tucson will present a concert tonight at 7 at Berger Performing Arts Center, 1200 W. Speedway. The choir explores a broad range of classical and popular choral literature for men's voices from all periods, styles and languages and this will be their third annual holiday concert to benefit Community Food Bank, Inc. For information call 621-1649.

Four-time award-winning musical, "Ragtime" will continue tonight at 7:30 at Centennial Hall. This Broadway series is about a tale of three American families whose lives intertwine at turn of the 20th century, an era when everything was new and anything was possible. Contact the Centennial Hall Box Office at 621-3341 for ticket prices and more information.

Compiled by Niusha Faghih