Arizona Daily Wildcat
Thursday, December 1, 2005
Congressman to address Iraq War in discussion
Rep. Raśl M. Grijalva, D-Ariz., plans to speak about the war in Iraq in a discussion titled "The Iraq War: Reality Not Politics" tonight at 6 in the Social Sciences building, Room 100.
The discussion is being hosted by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences with the help of the political science, history and Middle Eastern studies departments.
Territorial Cup game to be re-shown twice
Fox Sports Net Arizona is planning to show two replays of Friday's Territorial Cup rivalry game between the Arizona football team and Arizona State University this week, said Brett Hansen, the channel's director of communications and marketing, in an e-mail.
FSN Arizona will show the first replay today at noon and the second Saturday at 6:30 p.m.
The Wildcats fell to the Sun Devils 23-20 in Tempe, failing to retain possession of the Territorial Cup after defeating ASU in Tucson last season.
- Tom Knauer
Book sale raises $500
Phi Alpha Theta, a history honorary with about 30 members, raised about $500 homecoming weekend by selling books donated by the history faculty.
The money is being used to help defray the cost of sending four members to a history conference in Philadelphia in early January.
Final entomology seminar today
The final entomology seminar of the semester will take place at 4 p.m. today and will be presented by two UA graduate students.
Shannon Heuberger, an entomology graduate student, plans to present "Contamination of refuges by gene flow from BT cotton: implications for pink bollworm resistance," and Emilie Snell-Rood, a graduate student in ecology and evolutionary, plans to present "Costs of Behavioral Plasticity in Host Use in a butterfly, Pieris rapae."
The discussion will take place in the Marley building, Room 230.
Talk focuses on transition into adulthood
The SALT Center speaker series plans to host a discussion today, "Transition to Adulthood," for students who want to talk about life skills, academics and work skills. Presenter Kathleen Nadeau will begin the talk at 6 p.m. in the James E. Rogers College of Law, Room 146.