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    President, provost to speak to students, faculty

    President Peter Likins and Provost George Davis will speak at a UA Campus Town Hall today.

    Students, faculty and others in the UA community will get a chance to speak personally with the two administrators.

    The event will begin at noon in the Student Union Memorial Center Gallagher Theater.

    Blood Drive at Kappa Sigma

    The Kappa Sigma fraternity will host a blood drive administered by the American Red Cross on Monday.

    Anyone interested can donate blood at the fraternity house, 1423 E. First St., from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.

    Philanthropy Chair Joel Valzano said the chapter is excited to help the Red Cross alleviate the shortage of blood for those in need.

    Oscar Party to have free food, prizes Sunday night

    Students wanting to watch the Academy Awards Sunday night can go to a free event at Cellar.

    The Oscar Party will start at 5:30 p.m. in Cellar in the SUMC.

    There will be free food and prizes for the best-dressed and the winner of Oscar predictions.

    For more information, contact Allen Menasco,

    Council accepting graduate, professional student candidates for March elections

    The Graduate and Professional Student Council is accepting applications for council representatives.

    UA graduate and professional students may run for president, vice president, at-large representative and constituency/college representative.

    The deadline to submit candidacy materials to be president or vice president is today. Materials for the other positions must be turned in by March 10.

    GPSC elections will be March 27-31.

    For descriptions of all the positions and candidacy requirements, visit the elections section of the GPCS Web site,

    Questions can be directed to Amanda Brobbel,

    Asian-American leadership conference to be on campus this weekend

    The Asian-American Student Coalition is hosting its third annual Leadership Conference for Asian Pacific-Americans tomorrow and Sunday.

    The two-day event will allow participants to engage in dialogue with UA faculty, community professionals and fellow students.

    The theme of the conference is “”Revolution: Experience. Innovate. Alter.””

    The conference is free but the Saturday dinner costs $15 for students who sign up before and $20 day starting tomorrow. The event will be in the Aerospace and Mechanical Engineering building, Room 202.

    To register, e-mail, call 991-1429 or visit

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