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ASUA officers inaugurated

Ben Graff has been president of his class every year since 8th grade and yesterday he fulfilled his dream of becoming student body president of the University of Arizona. Graff was inaugurated yesterday afternoon on the UA Mall along with the other Associated Student new vice presidents and senators in front of parents, students and university administers. Ben's mother, Sandra Graff, and 15-year-old sister Emily, were among the 50 people watching the ceremony. Sandra Graff said she helped Ben write his 8th grade presidential speech and said he has always wanted to be student body president at a university level.    [More]
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Friends, colleagues remember UA doctoral student
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UA friends and family will remember Ray Klimmek's ever-present smile in a memorial service Friday for the UA geological engineering doctoral student who died Saturday after a sky diving accident in Marana. Karl Glass, associate professor in the mining and geological engineering department, said Klimmek was researching lahars, which is the study of debris flow after a volcanic eruption.    [More]

Head of the class
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At a university with so many teams and individuals achieving success at the national level, Jenna Daniels, Ryk Neethling and Frank Busch are at the top of their class. Last week, the three were voted by Arizona Daily Wildcat's readers and the sports desk staff as the women's athlete, men's athlete, and coach of the year. For Daniels and Neethling, the two have a lot more in common than just being senior athletes.    [More]

Beer tax not answer to STD prevention
[news] Manipulation is a delicate tool and - when used properly - a fine art. But when stretched beyond natural limitations, it can run to two extremes: heartache or senselessness. Many people walk the senseless path with language, distorting it to yield more self-serving results. Researchers also throw together information in a manner that infers relation where there is none. Such is often the case with poll results and the verbiage used to describe tests and studies.    [More]

UA clarinetist to perform in Rome
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After playing the clarinet for more than a decade, a UA student's years of studying will bring her to Italy for a month-long tour with the Rome Festival Orchestra and Opera. "I've always wanted to do music," said Nol Robblee, a clarinetist at the University of Arizona. "It's been something inside of me." The 20-year-old music sophomore was chosen at a competitive national audition to perform at the festival this summer.    [More]

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"Not even Dante could have described the hell he (Elian) has been through. I wonder what the U.S. government would have done if a similar situation had been created with a barely 6-year-old American child kidnapped in Cuba and subjected to the appalling treatment the child has received in that country."

-Fidel Castro commenting on Elain Gonzalez during the Cuba May Day Parade that he marched for Elian.

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