Thursday November 15, 2001
Get down and dirty with your bad self today between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. on the UA Mall in honor of "America Recycles Day." Activities include "Ready, Set, Sort," an exercise in sorting recyclables, and constructing a candy landfill with the same components of the smelly one. So bring out your friends, make your own paper and celebrate trash for free. For more information on these "Get to Know your Trash" events, call Alana Lee Levine at 621-1264.
Share your feelings on rape and sexual assault at today's informal gathering in Old Main, Room 222. Representatives from OASIS Center, Wingspan, SACASA and a feminist activist group called the CR Collective will facilitate this 1 p.m. discussion in celebration of "The Week Formerly Known as Feminist Invasion." For more information on other "Feminist Invasion" week activities, call Matt Sanders at 626-2051.
Help us help you. If you are looking for a career in the education field, gather your resources for career opportunities at tonight's education forum at 6 p.m. Pick out information from a variety of available sources and a panel of education professionals in the Education building lobby. For more information on career planning and internships, call the Career Services department at 621-4224.
Tickle your senses at tonight's tantalizing reproduction of Mozart's "The Magic Flute" at 7:30. The UA School of Music and Dance presents this 1791 opera featuring the UA Opera Theater and the UA Orchestra. Tickets for the Crowder Hall performance, in the Fine Arts Center, range from $8 to $12 for general seating. For more information on this fairy tale performance, call the Fine Arts box office at 621-1162.
What side of the scale have your deeds landed you on? Evaluate your hopes and dreams at tonight's UA Theatre Arts presentation of "Giants Have Us in Their Books" at 7:30. This whirlwind production incorporates vivid Holocaust images and vibrant Persian Gulf War themes. Free tickets for the Studio 116 performance, in the new Drama building, can only be picked up at the Fine Arts box office. For more information on this "giant" opportunity, call the Fine Arts box office at 621-1162.