DSP open house

The Department for Student Programs is holding an open house today in the Student Union to encourage students to get involved with different campus groups and organizations.

³The goal is to outreach the students and give them the opportunity to do something else besides school,² said Tanya Hladky, administrative assistant for student programs.

Hladky added that the programs offered are formated to be ³co-curricular² and to provide a ³home away from home² experience.

The open house will feature representatives from Greek Life, Family Weekend, KAMP Radio ‹ the UA¹s student station ‹ and Pacesetters, a leadership group.

Free food will be provided and there will be music on the Mall courtesy of KAMP. A raffle will also be held for prizes such as T-shirts and compact discs.

The open house will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Student Union rooms 101 and 353, and at KAMP Radio, room 6A.

Spring Fling directors sought for 1996

Associated Students of the University of Arizona is currently accepting applications for the Spring Fling 1996 Marketing and Communications Director positions.

Spring Fling is the largest student-run carnival in the United States, and is in its 22 year of providing carnival rides and entertainment to the entire Tucson community. Applications are available in ASUA, above the bookstore, or call 621-5610 for more details.

AZ museum director, curator elected to separate associations

Associate Director Hartman H. Lomawaima of the Arizona State Museum has been elected to a four-year term with the National Council of the American Association for State and Local History. The association serves historical societies, musuems, historic sites, parks, libraries, archives, historic preservation organizations, schools, colleges and other educational institutions. It also provides individuals with information and training through publications, annual meeting, seminars, workshops, the development of professional standards and identifies and analyzes issues critical to the field.

Paul R. Fish, curator of archaeology at the Arizona State Museum, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the American Anthropological Association for a two-year term beginning November 1995.

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