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Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, September 22, 2005
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Katrina benefit luncheon

"The Cats for Katrina Relief" luncheon and raffle will be held today at noon in the Grand Ballroom of the Student Union Memorial Center. Tickets can be purchased at the door for $10, and raffle tickets are also available for $5. All proceeds will be donated to the Tucson-based World Care Organization.

Teach for America alumni recruits top UA seniors

Teach for America representatives are coming to the UA today to recruit qualified seniors to apply for their program to eliminate the achievement gap that exists between children growing up in low-income areas and those growing up in higher-income areas. The information session is free and open to all college students. The session begins at 5 p.m. in the Tucson Room of the Student Union Memorial Center.

New RHA president takes throne tonight

Sam Brace, a journalism junior, will be elected president of the Residence Hall Association tonight at the general body meeting where he will run for the position unopposed.

Brace filled in as the interim president after Daila Temple resigned from the position over the summer.

The RHA president is responsible for supervising the organization and making sure goals are met, Brace said.

"I feel I have strong vision of what our residents need," Brace said. "And I'm willing to do whatever it takes to help develop a strong foundation for other RHA executive boards to build off of in the future."

Radiation compliance urged

Campus researchers are advised to obey radiation safety issues or face stiff penalties, officials said.

A document outlining radiation safety concerns was sent out this week to departments and researchers that deal with radioactive material, stating there will be a civil penalty charged to anyone involved in radiation violations, said Dan Silvain, associate director of the Radiation Control Office.



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