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McCain visiting UA on eve of primary

As the race for the Republican nomination quickens its pace, John McCain returns to Arizona to speak and meet with students at the UA tonight. McCain's rally is scheduled to begin at 9 p.m. at Bear Down Gymnasium. Both Michigan and Arizona hold Republican primaries tomorrow. The Arizona senator chose to speak at the University of Arizona as one of his last bits of campaigning before the primary. "Part of his campaign is to bring young people back into the process," said Doug Cole, McCain 2000 spokesman. "That's why he's spent an awful lot of time on college campuses."    [More]
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U. Wisc. sit-in crashed; 48 students arrested
[news] About 50 demonstrators participating in a sit-in at the University of Wisconsin-Madison were arrested at 4 a.m. yesterday when university, city and county police stormed the building in full riot gear. The UW sit-in was protesting the university's membership in the Fair Labor Association According to UW police, 54 demonstrators were arrested, while students counted 48 arrestees.    [More]

No Woods, no problem
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The last time the fourth-ranked Arizona Wildcats played with only six scholarship players, the LSU Tigers handed UA an 86-60 loss, the worst since head coach Lute Olson started roaming the sidelines in Tucson. The Wildcats (23-4 overall, 12-1 in Pac-10) were once again forced to play with only six scholarship players on Saturday afternoon, as junior center Loren Woods sat out with back spasms.    [More]

A plan that fails on its merits
[news] Florida Governor Jeb Bush is helping his state take giant steps backward in the movement toward diversity. The brother of Republican presidential candidate George W. Bush recently proposed a plan that ends all considerations of gender and race in state university admissions and replace it with a "merit-based" system that admits all students graduating in the top 20 percent of their high school classes.    [More]

UA student's photos explore the night's dance subcultures
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Aaron Abbott's nighttime photographs of ravers and performance artists capture intimate scenes that compare and contrast ideas of passion and pain. The exhibition at 840 Gallery, 840 S. Sixth Ave., features two narrative series: "Nocturnal" and "Dancing with Light." "Nocturnal" explores the teenage rave scene using a primarily documentary approach.    [More]

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