Thursday October 18, 2001
What does family mean to you? Learn about the values and morals of indigenous people through today's Arizona State Museum lecture series at the Center for English as a Second Language. Members of the Navajo and Kiwa/Tohono O'odham nation will explain "Dialogues on Culture and Community," at 7:30 p.m. in the main lecture hall. For more information on other museum lectures, call 621-4403.
Blah, blah, blah. Is communication deteriorating between you and the world? Get more out of meetings, study sessions and roommate discussions with today's Center for Student Involvement and Leadership workshop, "Effective Communication." Today's 5 p.m. lecture will address failure points in communication and tips for improving public speaking and argumentation. For more information on this Park Student Union lecture, call Matt Helm at 626-4905.
The ancient thump of Japanese drummers will pound deep into your soul at tonight's UApresents evening of culture and music, "Yamato The Wadaiko Drummers of Japan." The show begins at 7:30 p.m. and features a spiritual performance for all ages. Tickets for the Centennial Hall presentation range from $26 to $38. To purchase tickets or reserve seats, call the Centennial Hall box office at 621-3341.
Looking to add a little intellect to an otherwise ordinary Thursday on campus? Check out one of the many lectures offered today in a variety of subjects and interests. Are you a people person? Learn about the "The Gift of Semiramis" at today's anthropology lecture at 4 p.m. in the Emil W. Haury building, Room 215. Would you rather pursue a career in writing, but you're not sure where to start? Get information on a textbook writing career at today's fiction writing lecture in Life Sciences, Room 240. For more information on either of these lectures, contact the department sponsoring the event.
Don't plan on hitting the sheets too early tonight! Throw on a hoodie and sneak down to the Park Student Union for tonight's midnight presentation of "The Shining." Watch as Stephen King captivates his audience with loud sounds, grotesque themes and eerie plotlines. Free popcorn will be served to keep your mind off what may be lurking under your chair. For more information on this free movie night, call Diana Ziegler at 621-0768.