Date Book

Campus Events

  • Brown bag. The Mexican American Studies Brown Bag Lecture presents Geraldo Lujan Cadava, who will present “”The Cultures of Shopping and Tourism between Tucson and Sonora, 1970-1980.”” Noon. CǸsar E. Chávez building, Room 200
  • Physiology seminar. The Special Physiology Seminar presents J. Mark Cline, who will dicuss “”Hormones, Diet and Cancer Risk: Studies of the Breast and Endometrium in Primates.”” 4 p.m. Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 8403
  • Diversity Initiatives committee meetings. Diversity Initiatives is committed to fighting racism, bias and bigotry and promoting awareness, understanding and acceptance of diversity through its various subcommittees. 5 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, Picacho Room
  • Handmade crafts. Sponsored by Students in Free Enterprise. Beadwork, ceramics, handmade clothing and woodwork will be for sale. 10 a.m. UA Mall
  • Spaghetti dinner tickets. The Society for Professional Journalists will be selling tickets for a Saturday spaghetti dinner to benefit Zambian orphans whose parents died of AIDS. 10:30 a.m. UA Mall
  • Entertainment

    • Free screening. “”Tucson Remembers: The War Years,”” a KUAT TV production, will be shown for the first time on the big screen for free. The documentary offers personal and poignant stories of Tucson men and women who served during World War II. 1 p.m. SUMC, Gallagher Theater
  • Free screening. Come check out “”This is Spinal Tap”” for free. Spinal Tap, the world’s loudest band, is chronicled by hack documentarian Marti DeBergi on what proves to be a fateful tour. Midnight. SUMC, Gallagher Theater
  • Poker tournament. Bring your poker face and $5 and try your hand at the poker tournament. 6 p.m. SUMC, Games Room