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    • Grad fest. Attention December graduates! This is your first chance to pick up your cap and gown. You can also get your picture taken in the graduation regalia, select your announcements, purchase a diploma frame and order your official school ring. 9 p.m. to 5 p.m. Student Union Memorial Center, UofA Bookstore
  • Speaker series. The SBS/SAC Brown Bag Speaker Series presents Nancy Rogers, who will present “”UA Life and Work Connections: What is available Through our Worksite Wellness Program and How to Make Healthy Choices Through the Holiday Season.”” Noon. SUMC, Copper Room
  • Lecture. The Program in Applied Mathematics Analysis and its Applications Seminar present Ibrahim Fatkullin, who will present “”Large Drift Asymptotics for Stochastically Perturbed Gradient Flows.”” 12:30 p.m. Math building, Room 402
  • Writing workshop. The Upper Division Writing Workshop presents Joseph Stefani of the Writing Skills Improvement Program, who will discuss the “”Use and Abuse of Passive Voice.”” 4 p.m. Modern Languages building, Room 413
  • Film. The Africana Studies Film Series Fall 2006 presents “”I Am a Promise – The Children of Stanton Elementary School.”” Documentarians Alan and Susan Raymond spent one year at Stanton Elementary School in urban Philadelphia documenting poverty and children’s lost dreams, and the transformation of the school when Principal Deanna Burney took it under her wing. A discussion moderated by Africana studies faculty member Johnny Bowens will follow. 5 p.m. César E. Chávez building, Room 400
  • Lecture. “”Global Climate Change: What’s Ahead”” Part of a series of seven lectures presented by the College of Science discussing how climate interacts with our biosphere, hydrosphere and atmosphere and offering ways to mitigate global climate changes through technology and policy. Presented by Jonathan Overpeck, director of the Institute for the Study of Planet Earth and a professor of geosciences. Free. 7 p.m. Centennial Hall
  • Entertainment

  • “”In the Groove”” and “”Dance Dance Revolution.”” Finally, a video game tournament that won’t give you carpal tunnel, but will give you a chance to show off your sweet dance moves. Open to dancers of all levels. 7 p.m. $2. SUMC, Games Room
  • Poker. Get your game face on. Play mixed poker games, but remember not to give mixed signals. 6 p.m. $3. SUMC, Games Room
  • Tunnel of Oppression. An emotionally charged multimedia experience that challenges your ideas and perceptions of issues dealing with oppression. Are you ready? Call 621-5779 for more information. Free. 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Kaibab-Huachuca Residence Hall
  • Trivia Tuesdays. Play trivia games while you hang out at the Park Student Union. Free. All day. PSU Dining Room
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