The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 30, 1992, Image 4

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We invite you to join 80 Senior Former Students as they return to campus this summer for a week of classes and campus life STUDENT HOST Applications For AGGIEHOSTEL 92 are now available in the FIELD OFFICE of the Association of Former Students DEADLINE APRIL 3th JUNE 21 - 27, 1992 V y Going Once, Going Twice...SOLD! «T THE LOST 8 FOUND AUCTION Sponsored By MSC HOSPITALITY Wednesday, April l...U:30-2:30 MSC Flagroom VALUABLE NOLAN RYAN Seventh No-Hitter Print ^PERSONALLY AUTOGRAPHED* As well as much more... Including Baseball cards and other Sports Memorbilia! Donated by the Nolan Ryan Historical Foundation f DEPRESSION STUDY 1 Are you currently taking medication to treat your depression? VIP Research is recruiting individuals who are taking a specific anti depressant to participate in a research study of an investigational anti depressant medication. Participants who qualify and enroll into the study will be paid a monetary incentive. CALL VOLUNTEERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, INC.® ^ 776-1417 t GENERALIZED ANXIETY DISORDER STUDY A Individuals are being recruited for a research study on Generalized Anxiety Disorder. If you experience anxiety or would like to find out more about this study, call ViP Research. $200.00 will be paid to qualified volunteers who enroll and complete this study. CALL VOLUNTEERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, INC.® 776-1417 rr ULCERATIVE COLITIS VIP Research is seeking individuals with ulcerative colitis. If you’ve been diagnosed with ulcerative colitis and you're 12 years of age or older, you may qualify for a five month study of a currently available medication. $200.00 will be paid to those who complete this study. CALL VOLUNTEERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, INC.® ^ 776-1417 ACNE STUDY VIP Research is seeking individuals, 12 years and older, with mild-to-moderate acne for a 12-week research study of an anti-acne medication. $100.00 will be paid to those who complete this study. CALL VOLUNTEERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, INC.® 776-1417 GENITAL HERPES INFECTION Individuals with genital herpes infection are being recruited for a research study of an investigational antiviral medication. If you would like to find out more about this study, call VIP Research. A monetary incentive will be paid to qualified volunteers who enroll and complete this study. CALL VOLUNTEERS IN PHARMACEUTICAL RESEARCH, INC.® 776-1417 J/ Page 4 The Battalion Monday, March 30,ISi; What’s Up MONDAY STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS FUNDING WORKSHOP: A funding workshop for representatives of eligible student organizations will be held from noon to 1 p.m. in the Governance Room in the Student Services Building. Call 845-1133 for more information. CAREER CENTER: “Job Search Seminar;" one-hour seminar offers strategies on preparing for a job search and techniques for conducting it. 7 p.m. in 410 Rudder. STUDENT GOVERNMENT: Presidential/ Yell Leader Forum. 6:30 p.m. in the MSC Flagroom. CELEBRATE DIVERSITY WEEK ‘92: “It’s a Different World: Responding to Campus Racism” — session features clip from “A Different World” sitcom on racial unrest on the fictitious Hillman campus. Discussion on clip and on how to take a proactive approach to racism on the A&M campus will follow. 7 p.m. to 8:15 p.m. in 292 MSC. Call Felicia at 845-1133 for more information. ALPHA KAPPA ALPHA: Black Business Forum and hair show — discussion on issues concerning black businesses, highlighting entrepreneurs in B/CS. 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. in 301 Rudder. NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF BLACK ACCOUNTANTS: Special mini-series presentation will be given by Tony Ross, managing partner of World Excellence Ltd. in Houston. Business attire. 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. in 230 MSC. Call Michelle at 847-1853 for more information. TAMU CANCER SOCIETY: General meeting, guest speaker, 1992-93 officer elections. 5:45 p.m. to 6:45 p.m. in 507AB Rudder. Call Laura at 847-2141 for more information. COLLEGE REPUBLICANS: Speaker is Congressman Jack Fields. All are welcome! 8:30 p.m. in 308 Rudder. Call Brandi at 693- 5362 for more information. FIRST ANNUAL AGGIE CULTURAL EXTRAVAGANZA: Tickets are on sale for the Extravaganza — event is on April 2. Extravaganza will feature African-American, Asian-American, Hispanic and Native American dance, music and drama. Cultural prizes will be given away. 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the MSC Foyer. Call 845-4551 for more information. OUTDOOR RECREATION CLUB: General meeting. T-shirts are here and they're dirt cheap! Come one, come all — it should be fun! 8:30 p.m. in 504 Rudder. Call Lee at 696-6890 for more information. RPTS PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEE: Career Fair is upon us. We need everyone’s help — stop by Extension Office on 2nd floor any time this week. NATIONAL ORGANIZATION OF WOMEN: Take Back the Night — a march and rally protesting violence and crime against women and children. 6 p.m. at Sul Ross. Music by Dream Horse. Call Trudy at 696-0190 for more information. DEPARTMENT OF RECREATIONAL: SPORTS: Entries will be opening for swim meet, golf singles, archery doubles, pickleball doubles, putt putt golf doubles, fun run and race walk. 8 a.m. in 159 Read. Call 845- 7826 for more information. TAI CHI SOCIETY: Offers ongoing practice and instruction in Tai Chi Chuan, an ancient Chinese exercise that promotes relaxation, flexibility and balance. All experience levels are invited to participate in the twice weekly meetings. Join us beneath the trees at the south end of the Bell Tower on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. Call Charles at 846-4036 for more information. PI SIGMA ALPHA: Guest lecture with Dr. Hill on what to do with a political science degree . 7 p.m. in 019 Bolton. Call Kevin at 823-4076 for more information. THE TOUCHSTONE: FREE PROGRESSIVE /LEFT JOURNAL: General meeting, everyone welcome. We will discuss April issue distribution, location of newsboxes and begin planning the May issue. 7 p.m. at Spanky’s. Call Shawn at 846-5545 for more information. FREE INCOME TAX ASSISTANCE: Free help on your income tax return provided by members of Beta Alpha Psi. Sessions held every Monday and Wednesday until April 15th from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. in 141 MSC. ALPHA CHI OMEGA: Annual 4-man Golf Tournament. Register at MSC, Blocker and the A-Chi-O house until April 5th. Call 696- 5516 for more information. MUSLIM STUDENT ASSOCIAITON (MSA): Friday Prayer. 12:50 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. in 601 Rudder. Tarawih prayer. 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. at the Mosque. Call Widodo at 846- 6693 for more information. DEPARTMENT OF STUDENT ACTIVITIES: 1992-93 Budget Request Forms for eligible recognized student organizations are available until March 31 in the MSC Student Finance Center (217 MSC) and the Department of Student Activities (Suite 163 Student Services Building). Call 845-1133 for more information. OFFICE OF PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL: Reminder to all Pre Med/Pre Dent students applying in Fall 1993. Files for recommendation to schools must be completed by April 10. Call now for details to find out how to complete your file. Available in 203 Academic. Call Agnita Moore at 847-8938 for more information. CLASS OF 1992: Senior Weekend tickets are on sale until Friday, April 10 at Rudder Box Office. Class gift voting in Kleberg, MSC and the Library until April 2. Call 845-1515 for more information. S.T.E.P. O.N.E.: Applications now available and due April 13. Pick up an application at the Department of Multicultural Services Office. Call Verlon Johnson at 696-9243 for more information. TAMU HISTORY CLUB: A discussion led by Dr. Dunning concerning Soviet disunion. 7 p.m. in 507AB Rudder. Call David Wilson at 822-9504 for more information. TUESDAY TAMU ZOOLOGICAL SOCIETY: Guesl speaker Dr. James Dixon speakingon “Amazon Ecology." 7 p.m. in 229 MSC. Cal Patrick at 847-2022 or Caryl at 268-1162f# more information. APO: Special Olympics orientation meeting, volunteers please attend. 7 p.m. at fid Rudder. Call Karen for more information. S.T.E.P. O.N.E.: Applications now available and due April 13. Pick up an application all the Department of Multicultural Services! Office. Call Verlon Johnson at 696-9243 ta more information. PHYSICAL THERAPY CLUB: Guesl speaker, Karen Baudas to speak on Pediatrics. 7 p.m. in 164 Read. Call David at 693-3421 or Nic at 693-8596 for more information. CLASS OF 1992: Class gift voting until April 2 at Kleberg, MSC, Library. Senior Weekend t-shirt sales on the 1st floor of the MSC. MSC VISUAL ARTS COMMITTEE: Free drawing lessions with supplies provided and two instructors. Previous attendance not required. This week focuses on drawing people. 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. in 501 Rudder. Call Erik at 846-3624 for more information. CAREER CENTER: “Compensation and Salary Negotiation Seminar” — will provide you with information to aid in your decision making about job offers. 12:45 p.m. in 410 Rudder. “Introduction to New Career Resources Library.” Learn about job seardi and career planning resources housed within the Career Center/Career Library. Call 845- 5139 to reserve a seat. 7 p.m. in 410 Rudder STUDENT Y: General meeting — il interested in being an officer, you should attend. 7 p.m. in 502 Rudder. Call Christie at 847-4057 for more information. CELEBRATE DIVERSITY WEEK ‘92: Flag Room Cultural Performances featuring R. E.S.P.E.C.T., a skit addressing cultural awareness through R.E.S.P.E.C.T. (MSC Hospitality) and Native American dance and song (Native American Student Group) Noon to 1 p.m. in the MSC Flag Room. Call} 845-4551 for more information. “Beyond: Awareness: Exploring Within-Groupf Differences.” The “Beyond Awareness' Players will present a series of confrontation role plays involving “target groups” based upon actual campus conflicts. Discussior will follow the program. 6:30 p.m. to8'pm 292 MSC. Call 845-4768 for re- information. Origami: The Art of Cr«( Paper Folding. Dr. James Yao will presetA hands-on demonstration of the oriental ailil\ Origami. 12:30 p.m. to 1p.m. in 292 MSC. Call 845-4551 for more information. S. C.A.R.: General meeting — reservation trip, Cockburn visit, etc. 8:30 p.m. in the MSC. Call Syed for more information. AMNESTY INTERNATIONAL/MEDICINE TRIBE: General meeting. 5:30 p.m. behind Sul Ross or in Academic Building. For Amnesty call Kaade, For Medicine Tribe call Irwin for more information. See More What’s Up/ Page 10 There are hundreds of questions on the GMAT, GRE and LSAT. 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