"Kaleidoscope Events Celebrate Asian Culture Through November." November 13, 1996.


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"Kaleidoscope Events Celebrate Asian Culture Through November." November 13, 1996.
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Asian Kaleidoscope Month articles and advertisements in the Florida Alligator
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14,ALLIGATOR,WEDNESDAY,NovEMBER13,1996Gator-FSUStudentTicketsOnSaleNov.26ToSeasonTicketHoldersStudentsinterestedinattendingtheor and be free ofoutGators' Nov. 30 footballgameagainst thestandmgu.mverslty fees. Students.must..hh present their Gator Icardsat thewmdowFlorida Stale Semmoles m Talla assee avehhdI ktw'll. 26w enpure asmg, anony one .. ce, one day!obur-:Nov. be soldperperson.Ifstudentswish to sit at BenHIll Gnffm Stadium. together at the game, they must wait in line Tickets willbesold the before together. l;hanksgiving at the Student Ticket Office, Tickets will be$25,andpayment may be Gate13ofthe stadium. Gates open at3:30made with cash. check, Visa, MasterCard, p.m. for students to wait in the stands, and American ExpressorDiscover Card. Guest sales will begin once everyone is in the slatickets will not be sold, and lostorstolen dium. Outsidecampingis prohibited. tickets cannot be replaced. Eligiblestudentsmust be current footFor more information, contact the Uniball season ticket holders registered for nine versity Athletic Association at 3754683. DON'TLOOK DOWN Patrick Kelly (left)andBobbyJohnsonplace protective coveringsovertheopeningstotheCentury Tower belfry. KellyandJohnsonareemployeesofContemporaryCoatings, Inc.whichisworkingonthepressurecleaning and sealingofthetower."Theplasticovertheopeningwillpreventthebells fromgettingwetandpossibly rusting.." Kelly said. (UFfIFASphotobyThomasWright)studentgroupfrom Management, EnvironmentandResources with Gender Empha sis (MERGE), noon,1151McCarty Hall, guests encouraged to bring lunch. (CON TACT:846-5707)STAR SEARCH'96,aneveningof gazing with slides,computersand tele scopes, for ages 5andup,6:30p.m. to 9:30 p.m., Classroom at the Florida MuseumofNaturalHistory,movingtoAstronomyTeachingObservatorylater in program,opentothe public. (CONTACT392-1721)REFORMED UNIVERSlTY FELLOW SHIP, meeting 7:30p.m.,284Reitz Union, open tothepublic. (CONTACT: 377-0(09) HUNGER AND HOMELESSNESS FO RUM, with agronomy Professor Ken Buhr, 8 p.m.,282Reitz Union, sponsored by Sigma Phi Alpha, free, donationofcanned food items encouraged. (CONTACT: 338-3646) JAZZ BAND CONCERT, 8 p.m., Uni versity Auditorium, sponsored by the de partmentofmusic,opentothepublic. (CONTACT392'{)223) SATURDAY Nov.16YARD SALE, with proceeds going to charity, 8 a.m. to noon, 1317 N.W. Fourth St., sponsored by UF's Rotaract service club. (CONTACT, 379)SUNDAY-Nov.17URANIUMDAUGHTERSAUTOGRAPH SESSION, withUFEnglish pro fessor Debora Greger, 1:30 p.m. to 3 p.m. al Goerings Book Center,1310W.University Ave, celebrating Greger'snewbookofpo etry. (CONTACT:372-3975)TUESDAY Nov.19ECOLOGICALSUSTAINABILlTY:THEWORLD REVOLUTION OF OUR TIMES, zoology lecture with Gary Meffe, Savannah River Ecologylab,3:30p.m.,211Bartram Hall, sponsored by thedepartmentofzoology,opento the public. (CONTACT:392-1107)GUEST RECITAL, featuring percussion ist Ney Rosauro, free and open to the public,8 p.m.,120Music Building (CONTACT: 392'{)224) TODAY Nov.13THE ROLEOFCLIMATECHANGEINTHECOLLAPSE OF CLASSIC MAYA CIVILIZATION, SigmaXiLuncheonLeeture, with geology associate Professor DavidA.Hodell,11 :45 a.m., 400 Reitz Union, open to the public. (CONTACT:392-1958)PUNK MONK FATHER THEODORE,twotalks toUFreligion classes:11:45a.m. in Room TURLOll,and 1:55 p.m. in Room TUR1105,partofDiscover Eastern Orth() dox Week, opentothe public. (CONTACT:335-5942)MOLECULAR PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OFCHRONICHUMANWOUNDS, Inter disciplinary Reproductive Biology Group, with Gregory Schultz,departmentofobstetrics and gynecology, 4 p.m.,M304Health Science Center, opento the public. (CON TACT 392-9566)MISTAKEN IDENTITIES: AN INTER ACTIVE GENEALOGY,withChristineTamblyn, assistant professor at UniversityofCalifornia-Irvine, known for interactive CD-ROMs detailing female role models,7:30p.m.,HamMuseumofArt'sChandlerAu ditorium, free. (CONTACT:392-9826)DEVELOPMENT OF WEALTH ANDHIERARCHYINPRECOLUMBIANPANAMA, anthropology slide leclure, with assistantanthropologyProfessor Lynette Norr, 8 p.m.,201Fine ArtsC,sponsored by'heGainesville chapterofthe Archaeologi cal InstituteofAmerica and the Florida MuseumofNatural History,opento the public. (CONTACT:392-1721)THURSDAY-Nov.14HORRIDEXCHANGEOFEQUIVA LENCE, a presentation by Jochen Horish, professorofmodern German literature at the University of Mannheim, Germany, 4 p.m., 233 Dauer Hall, sponsored by the departmentofGermanicandSlaviclanguages. open to the public. (CONTACT:392 2101)GENDERANDCONSERVATION IN LATIN AMERICA: A ComparativeStudyin Progress, with Marianne Schmink and aCAMPUSNov. 13 Nov. 19AspiringInternsLearnThe "How-To's" AtInfoFairTodaySummerinternship hopefuls can indulge in their wildest wishes for work duringNig/rtof aTlloll5ll1liilllten/ships. today from 4 p.m.106p.m. at the University Auditorium. The program, featuring former intern ship students, is sponsored by the Career ResourceCenler and open to the public. For more information,visitlheCRC on the first floorofthe Reitz Union. ..... ForUniversity News&Information UPDATE -:PLORYbA n'KaleidoscopeEventsCelebrateAsianCultureThroughNovemberUFstudents of Asian descent invite the issues on campus and throughout the worl.d,UFcommunity to join in the celebration of6p.m.,282Reitz Union, open to the public. their cultural heritage in November through (CONTACT:332-2849) a month of activities called Asian Kaleid()-Thursday,Nov..14:At Face Value, scope. video pre.sentation byUF Asian Kaleidoscopeisan Asian history fessor Jamce Tana.ka that exammesthe and heritage month designed to all.ow theand of people university community to exploreASIanand As.,an grour:" p.m. m 347 AsianAmericanculturesofthepast, present ReItz Umon. (CONTACT..846 and future. The Asian Student Union orgaMonday, Nov.18:ASIan nnes a month of entertaining programs, Film Festival, speakers andotheractivities designed to Hong Kong action films, educatepeople about AsiansandAsiandramasand comedies,20showsIllghtly Americans. through Nov.25,in Reitz Union For more information, pickupa brochure rium. Call for specific showtimesandpnces. of events at Reitz Union326,orcontact the (CONTACT:392-1655) .Asian Student Union at 392-1665,Ext.326Wednesday,Nov.20:ComedIanAlor e-mail slandupActivities that are part of Asian Kaleido-comIC,at the Orange and Brew, 8 p.m. (CONscope include: TACT:392-1665) For more events, see next weeks CamlIlty Roundtable.opendiscussion between pusEvents. Asianstudentsand faculty members aboutGroupHoldsLawSchoolFinancingWorkshopNov.19To help future lawyerspayfor theireducation, the OfficeofHealth and Legal Professional Advising issponsoring aLlwS:hool Financial Aid workshop on Tues day. Trish Varnes, theUFCollege of Law s financial aid coordinator, will offer tips on how to secure,lid. Students are encouraged to bring their specific questions. The workshop is from 4:05 p.m.to 4:55 p.m. in200Academic Advising Center. Studentsmustpre-register in Room100ofthe AACduringnormal business hours. For more infornlation,call392-1521.DIGEST