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Wednesday December 6, 2000

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A booth for "Men Against Violence," is on the UA Mall today from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. They will be there to promote peace so make sure to stop by and talk to them. For more information, call 626-2051.

Studying for finals and need a quick snack to eat before going to your next class? Alternative breaks is selling baked goods on the UA Mall from 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Stop by and pick up a yummy treat. Call Amy at 695-3126 for more information.

Sponsored by UAB Activities Board, a band will play on the UA Mall today from 12-1 p.m. for Groovin on the Grass. Free pizza will also be served so don't just walk by. Stephanie Albright will be able to answer any questions at 621-1111.

Jill Grassman professional counselor & biofeedback therapist will discuss "Healthy Living &b Healthy Pleasures" today from 2-3:30 p.m. at the Economics Building, room 211. Call Sofia Ramos at 621-5627 for more information.

A poetry center reading is tonight at 8 at the Modern Languages, auditorium. These graduate readings have been an opportunity for the university's creative writing program to show off its talents. Come and support the readers by listening to their poems. Contact Frances Shoberg at 321-7760 for more information.

A Wind Symphony, Wind Ensemble Orchestra Concert, by the School of Music and Dance is tonight at 7:30 at Centennial Hall. Call MusiCall for ticket prices and more information at 621-2998.

Come support the UA Women's Basketball team tonight at 7 when they take on UNLV. Admission is free for UA Faculty and students. There will also be free water bottles for the first 100 fans. Doors of the McKale Memorial Center will open at 5:30 p.m. The McKale Ticket Office can answer any questions.

"Unsaturated soil water flow around obstacles of various shapes," a Hydrology and Water Resources Seminar is today at 4 p.m. at Harshbarger, room 206. This lecture will entail a discussion of results using finite element numerical solutions to more realistic soil water flow models and to other shapes. Refreshments will also be served. Mary Nett can answer any questions at 621-5082.

Compiled by Niusha Faghih



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