The UA Flandrau Science Center's days are now numbered with yesterday's approval of Proposition 400, which allows the city to move forward with the Rio Nuevo Project - including a more ambitious Tucson science center.
Prop. 400 gives Tucson the ability to retain half of the city's future sales tax - roughly $60 million - in order to fund the project. This allows the extensive downtown renovation to carry on without raising or creating any new taxes.
The 1999-2000 UA men's basketball team has been labeled as an inside-oriented team, one that differed from Wildcat teams in the past.
Strong as they might have been down low, the team showed something during last night's Pepsi Red-Blue Game at McKale Center that is very familiar to Arizona fans - up-tempo basketball.
The embattled Brooklyn Museum of Art finally got a break Monday. New York Mayor Rudolph Giuliani's half-baked plan to usurp a portion of the museum's annual $7.2 million in funds was struck down by a federal court judge, who said Giuliani violated the First Amendment.
After every right-wing advocate and religious zealot in the New York area and beyond denounced the museum, Giuliani decided to take action by spearheading a campaign to level it.
With voices like the members of the a capella group Rockapella, who needs musical instruments? The group's name comes from the unique type of music they perform, a vocal composition without instrumental accompaniment.
As a part of Alpha Chi Omega's Celebration Series, Rockapella brings their music to the University of Arizona campus in a free concert tonight. The UA is just another in a long list of Rockapella's previous national performances including Madison Square Garden and Radio City Music Hall.
"Oh yeah. I learned: one, nothing is for free; two, you canāt trust women."
-ASU tailback J.R. Redmond, when asked if he had learned anything about his recent suspension by the NCAA.
He was suspended for receiving improper benefits from a woman he married three months ago and is now divorcing.
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