Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, September 29, 2005
Homecoming nominations deadline tomorrow
Homecoming nominations for king and queen are being accepted until noon tomorrow. Those interested can print out a nominations form at www.uagrad.org/Homecoming along with a $25 check addressed to the Mortar Board National Senior Honorary. In addition to the form and fee, candidates must also be able to attend Homecoming activities that are listed on the Web site.
Senate approves four new ASUA justices
The student government senate unanimously approved four new ASUA Supreme Court justices for the school year. Three seats on the Supreme Court became vacant last spring because of term limits. A fourth seat opened up over the summer because of a resignation.
The role of the Supreme Court is to preside over matters concerning clubs, election disputes and ASUA affairs. All justices must be law students, according to the Associated Students of the University of Arizona Web site.
Award-winning Sarajevo documentary tonight
Bill Carter, a photographer, journalist and filmmaker, will present his award-winning documentary "Miss Sarajevo" tonight about a surreal and startling portrait of the capital city of Bosnia during the height of the city's siege. He will also discuss his book "Fools Rush In." The film screening starts at 5:30 p.m. in the Center of Creative Photography Auditorium.
Phone books can be recycled
Building custodians have hung up "Recycle Your Phone Books Here" signs in centralized locations where students, faculty and staff can recycle phone books.
If you do not see signs in your building or if you need phone books removed from an area, please call Recycling and Waste Management at 621-1264 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org..
Phone book recycling includes yellow pages, white pages, UA directories and any other phone book.