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    Eat lunch with African American Affairs faculty

    Join Patti Ota, the African American Student Affairs’ faculty fellow and the vice president for enrollment management, in a meet and greet luncheon today.

    The meeting is free and will be in the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Student Center, Room 209 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    The Faculty Fellows Program “”was created to connect students with faculty outside the classroom, providing discussion and interaction that lead to greater student success in the transition from high school to the university, more effective decision making on critical issues, an ever-deepening love of learning and a smoother path to graduation,”” according to the Dean of Students Office Web site.

    Club collects signatures for message to U.S. Senate

    The UA chapter of Amnesty International will be on the UA Mall from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. today to collect signatures in support of women’s rights as part of the National Week of Student Action.

    The club will be collecting signatures to show student support for the United Nations’ Treaty for the Rights of Women, which the United States has yet to sign. Students can also sign form letters stressing the importance of the treaty and have their pictures taken holding signs showing their support for it.

    All photos, letters and signatures collected will be sent to Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl.

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