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Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, October 20, 2005
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  • Twenty-first Annual Law Fair. Attendees will have the opportunity to talk with more than 100 law school admission representatives in person. 11 a.m. Student Union Memorial Center, Grand Ballroom

  • An Evening with Kip and Pedro from "Napoleon Dynamite." There will be a Napoleon Dynamite look-alike contest. $10 students, $12 general at the Centennial Hall box office. 7 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, South Ballroom

    Seminars

  • Workshop - "Ace the Interview." How to present yourself in the best way possible to a potential employer. 1 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, Career Services, Suite 411

  • "Design of the Blended-Wing-Body Subsonic Transport," by Bob Liebeck, Boeing Phantom Works. 4 p.m. Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, Room S212

  • "Cookin' It Up in the Sukkah." Learn how to make delicious Israeli food like a master, and come hungry! 6 p.m. UA Hillel center, 1245 E. Second St.

    Arts & Entertainment

  • ArtBuzz - "Judy Pfaff at Tandem Press." Pfaff, who received the incomparably prestigious MacArthur Fellowship in 2004, is a pre-eminent artist whose practice has made an indelible mark on the contemporary visual arts scene. 2 p.m. UA Museum of Art

  • Live Music - Slow Signal Fade. 5 p.m. Park Student Union Outdoor Stage

  • "Bed Rest Series." A reception for new photography by Shannon Smith. 6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m. Lionel Rombach Gallery. College of Fine Arts

  • UA Wind Ensemble - Honors Composer Alfred Reed. A tribute to Reed, the prolific wind band composer who passed away Sept. 17, features two of Reed's classic works for winds, "Russian Christmas Music" and "In Memoriam." Written in 1944, "Russian Christmas Music" is one of his earliest works for wind ensemble and uses traditional Russian Christmas tunes and Eastern Orthodox liturgical music as its basis. Free. 7:30 p.m. Crowder Hall, Music building


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