UA parking complaints
The University of Arizona Police Department has had an increased number of complaints about people double parking in various areas on campus.
It is illegal for people to stop or park along East Fourth Street in front of the Gould-Simpson Building and in front the Education Building on East Second Street, UAPD spokesman Sgt. Brian Seastone said.
He recommended people park in one of the nearby lots to prevent being ticketed.
For the first time, UA students are organizing a basketball league for fifth- through eighth-graders. The league will include up to 200 children on 24 teams.
Associated Students Undergraduate Senator Gahl Leddel is organizing the league. He said students are needed to serve as coaches and referees. A treasurer and fund-raising director for the league are also needed.
"I'm looking for people who are hard workers, and they don't all need to know a lot about basketball," Leddel said.
Interested students can contact him in the Associated Students offices located above the main bookstore.
The African American Student Affairs Black Women's Task Force will present "Caribbean Festival," the annual Labor Day celebration dance tonight.
Admission is $12. For information, contact Leondria Bryant, 721-2753.
A candlelight vigil at Himmel Park Amphitheater to commemorate the first anniversary of the cessation of armed hostilities in northern Ireland is planned for tonight.
The vigil will be held at the park from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Participants are encouraged to bring their own candles.
For more information, contact Mike Haggerty at 791-9102 or John Murphy at 884-7877.
Art Faculty Exhibition
The UA Museum of Art will feature the work of Barbara Penn in the 1995 Art Faculty Exhibition.
The exhibition will begin Sunday and runs through Oct. 1. Admission is free.
The museum will present a discussion by Penn about her work on Sept. 13 at 12:15 p.m., and on Sept. 20 at the same time, there will be a discussion about the exhibition in general.
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