An Arizona lawmaker yesterday accused the three state universities of endorsing immoral behavior by having co-ed residence halls.
"I cannot understand why a public university would want to have a co-ed dormitory - it's just beyond me," Rep. Jean McGrath, R-Glendale, told the regents yesterday during their first meeting of the academic year.
two years ago, the Arizona football team came off a disastrous loss at home to Washington and limped into Washington State. The Wildcats went up early but too many injuries eventually killed their chances and Arizona fell to the Cougars in overtime 35-34.
University of Arizona Spring Fling directors have a lot on their plates this year.
Not only do they have to organize the largest student-run carnival in the U.S., but both UA renovations and economic hardships have created additional problems for the coordinators.
Their main setback - UA Mall construction is forcing the annual event to relocate off campus and could hinder Spring Fling's success.
Lawrence Kasdan must have had a lot of brussels sprouts and broccoli as a child. Mom and Dad definitely instilled the value of a wholesome meal into their young son - as well as the best methods to use in shoving unwanted material down a susceptible throat. Because some 40 odd years later, he took them and created "Mumford," an exercise in the art of forcing information on an audience.
"I will veto this bill because it is wrong for Medicare, wrong for Social Security, wrong for education and wrong for the economy."
-President Bill Clinton, in a White House Rose Garden address. Clinton vetoed a for $792 billion tax cut yesterday.
Would you like to see some online photos of the first phase of Student Union construction?