Thursday September 6, 2001
Count the change in your bottom drawer, because tonight's UA women's volleyball game is a lot of bang for your buck. Students and local fans are invited to cheer on the Cats as they face Utah in the McKale Memorial Center. The game begins at 7 p.m., and tickets can be purchased through the McKale ticket office at 621-2287.
Are you currently involved with an on-campus social or philanthropic group looking for funding that doesn't include you standing out in the sun selling lemonade? Learn how to apply for campus grants and sneak a spot under the privileged groups who are allocated money to operate at tonight's "Fall Student Organization Recognition Assembly." Information about the 5:30 p.m. meeting can be picked up in Social Sciences, Room 100 immediately preceding the first speaker. For more information, call Jennifer or Kari at 621-8046.
Are you new to the UA campus? Whether you are a transfer student or an incoming freshman, today's MASA's annual kickoff event and barbecue is for you. Representatives from MERITS, MSLC and SEP will be on hand to answer any questions you may have about the new world you live in. Learn about the resources that are available to you on the UA Mall while snagging a bite of a free dinner at 5 p.m. For more information, call John McNeill at 621-7997.
Planning on staying up late tonight but trying to avoid the usual bar scene? How about a midnight showing of the twisted film, "Pulp Fiction" in the Park Student Union Turquoise Room? Although tickets for the movie are $1 each, free food and drinks will be available for those scary Travolta moments. For more information, call Diana Ziegler at 621-0768.
Put your career in overdrive by attending today's Career Week Kick Off in the lower level lobby of Old Main. Career Services will offer information on resume tips, how to network with employers and how to develop and use your "one-minute commercial." Walk in for some free advice and free pizza and drinks between noon and 2 p.m. For more information, call Susan Miller at 621-1408.
Learn how to turn your body and soul into a toned, confident machine as Campus Recreation introduces a variety of sports to students on the UA Mall. Get information on yoga, self-defense and dance classes offered at the Recreation Center. If you can't make it to the Mall between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. or 5 p.m. and 7 p.m., contact Martin Tuck at 621-8718 for more information.