Tuesday September 11, 2001
Having trouble balancing college courses with social commitments and dorm life? The University Learning Center brings the issue of "Time Management" to the table at today's "Making the Grade" presentation at 2 p.m. Speakers will address students in the Bear Down Gym regarding daily, weekly and monthly time management strategies for freshmen. Interested students should bring daytimers, class schedules and other time-relevant materials with them. For more information, contact Stacey Hartman at 621-4548.
Are you looking to meet a great group of people who share the same interest in volunteering and community service as you do? Alpha Phi Omega, UA's coed service fraternity, is looking for new members to join its team of philanthropists. Members will enjoy serving the community through local organizations like the Casa Maria Soup Kitchen and the Ronald McDonald House, as well as party with other "brothers and sisters" at barbecues and campouts. Today's informational meeting will be at 6:00 p.m. in Harvill, Room 103. For more information on how to serve your community, contact Jennifer R. Eberle at firstname.lastname@example.org.
If early morning chirpers and messy Arizona pigeons have tainted your view of wildlife flyers, attend today's Tucson Audubon Society Program on "Birds of Bosque del Apache." Bob Wenrick, local naturalist and nature photographer, explores bird life through black-and-white and color photos taken at a nearby National Wildlife Refuge. The two-hour session begins at 7 p.m. in the University Medical Center
DuVal auditorium. For more information on the discussion, call Donna Jester at 622-5622.
Whether you are looking for extra credit for your UA astronomy class, or simply love hearing about the world beyond, check out tonight's Steward Observatory public evening lecture, "Event Horizon at the Center of our Galaxy." This free lecture is part of a semester-long series that focuses on exploring space, planets and even other life forms. Tonight's installment begins at 7:30 in the Steward Observatory lecture hall. For more information on this out-of-this-world event, call Thomas A. Fleming at 621-5049.
Settle in for an interactive evening of music and art as the UA Faculty Artist series presents Charles Roe and Rex Woods in a variety of moving programs tonight at Crowder Hall. The musical duo brings classics "Vier Lieder," "Sechs Monologe Aus Jedermann (von Hofmannsthal)," "Histoires Naturelles (Renard)" and "Songs and Proverbs of William Blake" to life with baritone and pianist perfection. Tickets for the 7:30 p.m. performance can be purchased through the Fine Arts box office at 621-1162.