Thursday September 13, 2001
Join your fellow students and give back to your country while partying like only college students know how. Sponsored by the Hillel Foundation and the Greek Jewish Council, "One Night Stand" promises to be an evening of music, lights and fun. Tonight's university-wide party at Gotham, 4385 W. Ina Rd, combines radio station raffles, California DJ XTC and great drink specials with a portion of the proceeds going to a relief fund to help the nation recover from Tuesday's attacks. Doors open at 10 p.m and cover ranges from $5 to $8, with donation tables at the door. For more information, call the Hillel Foundation at 624-6561.
Looking to get some of your late evening endeavors published but not sure where to start? Get some advice from veteran fiction writers Denise Chávez and Loida Maritza Pérez at today's Poetry Center Informal Colloquium. Beginning at 11 a.m. the UA College of Humanities, the English department and the Poetry Center will begin their presentation of modern artistic works. The session will be held in the Modern Languages auditorium. For more information, call Frances Shoberg at 626-3765.
Get a handle of who should be getting the inside scoop on your private school records at today's Legal Issues Brown Bag Speaker series. At noon, Steve Adamczyk will give students a refresher course on what parts of their financial and academic history is open to the public. If more information meet in Steward Observatory, Room N305 or call Marsha Dixon at 621-3175.
You have got a handle on the readings and are pretty good at taking notes, but now the time has come to put your answers down on paper for the first exam. If you are like most freshmen, you could use a little help from the University Learning Center in devising productive study strategies in order to ace your first tests. Today's Making the Grade for Freshman session will focus specifically on the issue of test taking strategies and preparation. The session begins at 2 p.m. in the Bear Down Gym and lasts about an hour. For information, call Stacey Hartman at 621-4548.
The wind ensemble and wind symphony concert that was originally scheduled for this evening has been canceled. Due to the tragic event that occurred on Tuesday around the nation, the 7:30 p.m. concert will be rescheduled for an unannounced date. For more information on other cancelled events within the College of Fine Arts, contact MusiCall at 621-2998.