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    Campus Events

    • SCA meeting. We get medieval in these modern times. Do you like history? Do you think the world would be better off if you were king or queen? So do we. This week, featuring the music of the Whiskey Bards! 6 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, Mesquite Room
  • Workshop. Learn how to dress to impress an interviewer. Designed for women. No sign-up required. 11:30 a.m. SUMC, Room 411
  • Paul Baltes memorial heart health lecture. Dr. Gordon Ewy will present “”Know Your Risks: Preventing Heart Attacks and Stroke.”” 3 p.m. SUMC, Gallagher Theater
  • Film. The Africana Studies Fall 2006 Film Series presents “”Sweet Sweetback’s Baadasssss Song,”” a powerful and inflammatory attack on white America. A discussion following the film will be moderated by John Grant. 5 p.m. CǸsar E. Chávez building, Room 400
  • College of Law general information session. Hosted by the James E. Rogers College of Law.
  • Prospective law students are invited to learn about the college, application process and financial aid. 4 p.m. College of Law building, Room 106

  • Leadership workshop. Come get organized. The Center for Student Involvement and Leadership Fall 2006 Workshop Series presents “”FISH: An Organizational Philosophy.”” Free 5 p.m. SUMC, Sabino Room
  • Writing workshop. Joseph Stefani will discuss “”The Basics of MLA and APA Styles.”” 4 p.m. Modern Languages building, Room 413
  • Entomology seminar. Guy Poppy will speak on “”Risk Assessment of GM Crops – A Scientific and PR Challenge.”” 4 p.m. Forbes building, Room 412
  • Book release party. Come join Charles Tatum, the dean of the College of Humanities, at a book release party for his latest work, “”Chicano and Chicana Literature: Otra voz del pueblo.”” 4 p.m. SUMC, UofA Bookstore
  • Maize lecture.The Archaeological Institute of America presents Michael Blake, who will present “”The Archaeology of Maize: Ancient America’s Most Important Crop.”” 5 p.m. Steward Observatory, Room N210
  • Public forum. “”I Witness Middle East: Israel, Lebanon and Palestine”” is a public forum that will address civilian casualties in the latest Middle East conflicts. Three student volunteers will present their experiences in Israel, Palestine and Lebanon. 5 p.m. BioSciences East building, Room 100
  • Lecture. The College of Science presents Malcolm Hughes, who will present “”Global Climate Change: The Evidence.”” 7 p.m. Centennial Hall
  • Entertainment

  • Trivia Tuesdays. Play trivia games all day for free. Park Student Union, Dining Room
  • Video game tournaments. Show off your dance moves by playing “”In the Groove”” and “”Dance Dance Revolution.”” 7 p.m. $2. SUMC, Games Room
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