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Did you forget to brew your signature cup of coffee today? Was Starbucks filled with people when you stopped in to salvage your morning? Beat the crowds and satisfy your caffeine craving with coffee and doughnuts on the mall. Commuter Student Affairs will be on the UA mall today offering cups of joe and munchies to early morning risers. These little incentives to make it to class on time will be available from 9:30 to 11:15 a.m. If you have any questions regarding the brew or want to know if you can score extra points by taking a cup to your trig teacher, contact Mayte Perel at 621-5853.

Are you having trouble negotiating peace with your roommate? Want to take lessons from a professional whose focus is a little more global? Try visiting the annual J. Byron McCormick Lecture taking place at 4 p.m. in the James E. Rogers College of Law, Room 146. Former United States Senator and traveling lecturer, George Mitchell, will be speaking about "Peace in Northern Ireland" and how the multiple political parties fit into the picture. If you have any further questions about the lecture, please contact Donna Ream at 626-2400.

Is your morning jog becoming boring and monotonous? Would you like to spice up those daily workouts with a little scenery from around Tucson? Check out this month's Southern Arizona Hiking club educational meeting and experience a taste of the South. Today, in Biological Sciences West room 301, Marti Murphy will be presenting his slides from Kartchner Caverns at 7:45 p.m. Prospective members of the UA Hiking Club should arrive early for a question and answer period about future hiking opportunities. For further questions, please contact James Klein at 795-9484.

Are you looking for an alternative to dinner and a movie for you and your significant other? Does your idea of having fun include running around New York half-naked? If you answered "yes" to any of these ridiculous questions, then the UApresents showing of "Rent" may be just the thing for you. Opening tonight at 7:30 under the bright lights of Centennial Hall, "Rent" brings fun and fantasy to the stage. Ticket prices start at $16 and can be bought at the door. For reservations and seat locations, please call the Centennial Hall box office at 621-3341.



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