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if you do nothing else, go vote for the UT Tartan. They're all horrible, so go with the least horrible...est.

UT Libraries will be involved in the Tennessee Library Association
annual conference March 17-19 at the Knoxville Convention Center. A
highlight is the public lecture by children's book illustrator and
watercolorist E. B. Lewis at 7 p.m. TONIGHT, March 17, at McClung Museum,
sponsored by the UT Center for Children's and Young Adult Literature. For
conference info go to
AND for Lewis info go to

Opportunities in Public Service: Government Internship Fair, 10 a.m.-2
p.m. Thursday, March 18, University Center Ballroom. Representatives from
the United Nations, Department of State, FBI, Peace Corps, Department of
Defense, the Library of Congress and many other agencies will be on hand.
Sponsored by UT's Baker Center, the UT Office of Federal Relations, and UT
Career Services.

Deadline is TODAY, March 17, to vote for the Tennessee Volunteer
Tartan. The winning tartan will be unveiled on April 17 at European
Splendor, the spring fundraising gala of the Department of Consumer
Services Management. To vote, go to AND for details on the gala go to

Distorted Thinking: Common Pitfalls in Thoughts and Logic, a lecture by
Dr. William Nugent, UT professor of social work, noon-12:50 p.m. TODAY,
March 17, in the Sequoyah Room of the Veterinary Teaching Hospital on the
ag campus. Sponsored by Veterinary Social Work Services.

Jack Gilbert will read his poetry at 7 p.m. TODAY, March 17, in Hodges
Library Auditorium. Gilbert is a visiting professor in the Department of
English spring semester. His poems have appeared in The American Poetry
Review, Poetry, Ironwood, Kenyon Review, and New Yorker. For more info call

Jazz at Lincoln Center's Afro-Latin Jazz Orchestra with Arturo
O'Farrill, music director, 8 p.m. TODAY, March 17, in Alumni Memorial
Auditorium. Sponsored by the Cultural Attractions Committee. Call the UT
Central Ticket Office at 974- 3381 for ticket availability.

I doubt I'll be able to get to the Jack Gilbert reading tonight, but I'd love to. If anyone goes, let me know how it is. I've heard some rumors that his special topics seminar this semester has been less than expected.
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