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Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, October 2, 2003

Going on around Campus

  • National Farm Animal Day is today. Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals will hold a tabling activity on the UA Mall to raise awareness of the plight of farm animals and educate the public about vegan lifestyles. The event lasts from 9 a.m. ÷ 3 p.m.

  • The University Activities Board presents "Groovin' on the Grass" today on the UA Mall stage. A live band will perform from Noon ÷ 1 p.m. Call 621-5779 for details.

  • Learn about intensive summer study-abroad programs in Arabic, Hebrew, Persian or Turkish at a panel discussion and information session today. Presented by the UA Study Abroad Office and the Center for Middle Eastern Studies, the discussion will feature insights from past students as well as information on the programs. The session will be held in the Franklin building, Room 202, at noon. Call 621-5470 for details.

  • Need help or advice on finding a job, writing a resumŽ or interviewing? Drop by Career Services today from 1:30 ÷ 2:30 p.m. for a job-searching workshop. Career Services is located in the Student Union Memorial Center, Suite 411. Call 621-2588 for more information.

  • Learn about some little beetles that are causing some big problems. The entomology seminar today features Dr. John Boyers of Western Cotton Research Laboratory, lecturing on the "Chemical Ecology of Bark Beetles" at 4 p.m. in the Marley building, Room 230. More information is available at 621-1152.

  • The Center for Creative Photography will show a taped slide show and lecture of Edward Weston today at 5:30 p.m. Keith McElroy, UA art professor, will also be there to discuss Weston. Call 621-7968 for details.

  • Jazz guitarist Joe Beck and jazz flutist Ari Ryerson will perform a mix of jazz, bossa nova and original compositions tonight at 7. Catch the performance at Holsclaw Recital Hall, in the Music building. General admission is $10, UA employee and senior citizen tickets are $8, and student tickets are $4. Find out more details at 621-1162.

  • "Just so · And Other Stories From Around the World" is a collection of Kipling and Kipling-esque tales to inspire responsibility and imagination. Presented by the UA Education Theatre Company, the production begins its month-long run at Marroney Theatre at 7:30 tonight. Tickets are $3.50; call 621-1162 for information.

  • The UA Horticultural club will be selling houseplants, cacti and succulents on tomorrow from 11 a.m. ÷ 1 p.m. Pick up a little greenery for yourself or for a friend at reasonable prices while you support a student club. The sale will be under the shade tree west of the Nugent building. Call 621-6282 for details.

  • Visit the UofA Bookstore tomorrow for "Fine Arts Friday." Chunyuan Di will play the Chinese hammer dulcimer and Chun Chen-cheng will accompany on he Chinese bamboo flute. The performance will begin at noon at the bookstore. Call 621-8475 for additional information.

  • "Community-based Restoration in Transboundary Watersheds: Colorado and Santa Cruz Rivers" is the topic of a brown bag talk tomorrow. The lecture will be given by Joaquin Murrieta and Francisco Zamora of the Sonoran Institute. It begins at 2 p.m. in the Douglass building, Room 102. Call 626-7234 for details.

  • Tomorrow's free foreign film is "Trouble in Paradise." The comedy revolves around a pair of jewel thieves who fall in love while playing a con game, and the subsequent mayhem involving a love triangle with an intended victim. Catch the film at the Modern Languages auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Call the International Arts Society at 621-3527 for more information.

  • The Akram Khan dance company will perform "Kaash," a meditation to the Hindu god Shiva, at Centennial Hall on Saturday. The show starts at 8 p.m. and tickets range from $12 to $30. Call the box office at 621-3341.

  • Jim Click's Run & Roll, an 8 km run/walk and wheelchair race, will be held on the UA Mall on Sunday, beginning at 7:30 a.m. In addition to a new course, a $5,000 purse and $100 age-division prizes, there will be a 3 km fun run/walk for kids, adults and lazy students. Registration is necessary, and the race benefits the Disability Resource Centers Adaptive Athletics. To register or get additional information, call 626-4636.

    Going on in Film

    Gallagher Theater showtimes

    Located in Student Union Memorial Center. Admission is $3. Call 626-0370 for details.

    "The Way Home" (Foreign Film Thursday): Tonight, 9:30

    "Star Trek Nemesis": Tonight at midnight; tomorrow at 4 p.m. and 7 p.m.

    "Phone Booth": Tomorrow and Saturday at 9:30 p.m.

    "Charlie's Angels Full Throttle": Tuesday and Wednesday, 7 p.m.

    "Harold and Maude": Tuesday and Wednesday, 9:30 p.m.

    Going on around Town

  • Many Mouths One Stomach will hold a Benefit Bash for the All Souls' Procession tomorrow. The party lasts from 9 p.m. ÷ 1 a.m. at Nimbus Brewery, 3850 E. 44th St. See exotic peep shows by Flam Chen, listen to local bands, enjoy a brew, and watch a show by Tucson Puppet Works. Admission is $5 and restricted to 21+ only. Free shuttle bus service is offered; call 770-1533 for details.

  • The Avicultural Society of Tucson will hold its semi-annual Exotic Bird Expo on Sunday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The show will feature many exotic birds of all sizes for sale and viewing, as well as cages, food and supplies. Admission is $5, with discounts for teens and seniors, and proceeds benefit several bird-related institutions around Tucson. The show will be at the Rodeway Inn Event Center, at East Grant Road and I-10, off exit 256. For more information on the show, call 790-7587.

    Going on in Music

  • James McMurtry and Greyhound Soul will play Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St., tomorrow at 9 p.m. Tickets are $7. Call 622-8848 for details.

  • Get your hands and knees ready because Saturday is Fall Club Crawl! The festivities begin at 8 p.m. all down North Fourth Avenue and downtown, and feature more than 100 bands at more than a dozen venues. Wristbands can be procured at Zia Record Exchange; they cost $7 if purchased early and $10 if purchased the day of the show. If you plan to be crawling by the end of the night, remember to designate a driver.

  • Holly Golightly, KO & the Knockouts, and the Okmoniks will play at Solar Culture, 31 E. Toole Ave., Saturday at 9 p.m. Tickets for this all-ages show are $8. Call 884-0874 for more information.

  • Beulah and John Vanderslice will perform at Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St., on Sunday at 9 p.m. Tickets are $7. Call 622-8848 for more information.

  • The Oranges Band and Bombs for the Bored roll into Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St., on Tuesday at 9 p.m. Tickets are $5. Call 622-8848 for details.

  • Alasdair Roberts and Scout Niblett, each from a different part of the British Isles, will play at Solar Culture, 31 E. Toole Ave., on Tuesday at 9 p.m. Call 884-0874 to learn more.

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