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    Graduation information. May 2006 graduates: Pick up your cap and gown, order announcements, class ring, diploma covers/frames and alumni merchandise. There will be prize drawings, special package pricing and photographs. 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, UofA Bookstores

    Eating disorder lecture. An upbeat event with information for people who feel they or their loved ones might have an issue with food addiction, including anorexia, bulimia and just plain overeating. There will be people in recovery, information tables from various public and private groups who deal with eating issues, a body image artwork display, an original live skit and live music. 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. UA Mall, Main Stage

    Suicide prevention event. The National Alliance for the Mentally Ill at the University of Arizona will be hosting a Suicide Prevention and Awareness Day. Stories will appear on luminarias at the candlelight vigil to be held the same day at 7 p.m. at the UA Main Stage. The vigil will allow people to honor those whose lives have been lost to suicide. Candles can be bought during the day event for a donation of $1, and luminarias can be purchased for a $2 donation. At the vigil there will be a speaker and a moment of silence. 11 a.m. UA Mall

    Nutrition lecture. Bring your lunch and join us for an informative and practical discussion on high blood pressure and nutrition. Nancy Rogers, a registered dietitian and coordinator of the Worksite Wellness Program, UA Life and Work Connections, will be the guest speaker. Noon. Student Union Memorial Center, Tubac Room

    Writing workshop. Joe Stefani of the Writing Skills Improvement Program will discuss Overcoming Common Grammatical Problems. 4 p.m. Psychology building, Room 205

    ENTERTAINMENT

    Family fun day. As part of graduate and professional student appreciation week, the University Activities Board has teamed up with the Graduate and Professional Student Council and Commuter Student Affairs to bring a fabulous, family-friendly storytelling troupe to campus. 4 p.m. James E. Rogers Stage, between the Student Union Memorial Center and Second Street Parking Garage

    Film. Phi Alpha Theta, the history honor society, will show “”Walmart: The High Cost of Low Price.”” Introduced by Karen Anderson, History Department Chair. 6 p.m. Cesar E. Chǭvez building, Room 111

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