Date Book

Campus Events

  • Seminar. The Immunobiology Department Seminar Series presents Karen Taraszka Hastings, who will talk on “”MHC Class II-Restricted Antigen Processing and Immune Recognition of Melanoma.”” 11 a.m. Arizona Health Sciences Center, Room 8403
  • Interview preparation workshop. Land that job once you learn what to expect and how to prepare for the job interview. No sign-up required. 1 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, Room 411
  • Math colloquium. The Program in Applied Mathematics Colloquium presents Roxana Smarandache, who will present “”Algebraic analysis of the performance of low-density parity-check convolutional codes.”” 4 p.m. Math building, Room 501
  • Lecture. Architect Teddy Cruz will give a lecture as part of the College of Architecture and Landscape Architecture Lecture Series. 4:30 p.m. Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, Room S202
  • PAWS for Wildcat Traditions. Promoting Academics, Wellness and Success is a week of free events designed to invigorate the student body. Today’s PAWS for Wildcat Traditions events schedule can be found at 9 a.m. UA Mall
  • Farmers Market. Sponsored by Campus Health Service, the Farmers Market will provide fresh vegetables, fruits, cheeses, meats, teas and honey along with other products. Come check out the educational tables, cooking demonstrations and cultural entertainment on the Main Stage. 9 a.m. UA Mall
  • Entertainment

    • Movie. “”The Devil Wears Prada”” is now showing. A young woman comes to New York and scores a job as the assistant to one of the city’s biggest magazine editors, Miranda Priestly. 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. $3. SUMC, Gallagher Theater
  • “”Halo”” tournament. Think you got game? Test your “”Halo”” skills by entering the “”Halo”” tournament. 6 p.m. $3. SUMC, Games Room
  • Concert. Free and open to the public, the University of Arizona Philharmonic Orchestra concert will feature works from Beethoven, Dvorak and Strauss. Comprised of music majors and minors, as well as students and members of the UA community, the philharmonic is led by graduate student conductors. 7:30 p.m. Music building, Crowder Hall
  • Comedy Corner. Live improv every Friday – for free! Come check out the nation’s oldest college sketch comedy troupe. Noon. SUMC, Wilbur’s Underground, Cellar
  • Live music. Eat your lunch while you enjoy free live music. Noon. Park Student Union, dining room