Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 2, 2005

Arts & Entertainment

  • Exhibit - "Zang Tumb Tumb II." An installation by Alastair Noble. 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Joseph Gross Gallery

  • Public ArtBuzz series - Doug Smith. Music in the Museum, Smith on tenor and marimba. 12:30 p.m. - 1 p.m. UA Museum of Art

  • Stage - "Brighton Beach Memoirs," by Neil Simon. A funny and nostalgic coming-of-age comedy that leaves us filled with laughter and vivid images of a time when the struggles of a boy, a family and a nation were as big as its dreams. $26 general admission, $19 students. 7:30 p.m. Laboratory Theatre


  • "The Autonomic Physiology of Terror Management: Investigating the effects of Self-Esteem on Vagal Tone," by Andy Martens. 10:30 a.m. Psychology building, Room 317A

  • "Respiratory and Laryngeal Function During Spontaneous Speaking in Teachers with Voice Disorders," by Soren Y. Lowell. 1 p.m. Speech and Hearing Sciences building, Room 229

  • "Novel Pixel-Level and Subpixel-Level Registration Algorithms for Multi-Modal Imagery Data," by Mohamed Ibrahim A. Elbakary. 1:30 p.m. Electrical and Computer Engineering building, Room 512