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UA graduate student faces sexual misconduct charges
[news] A former UA graduate teaching assistant was charged Wednesday with four counts of criminal sexual conduct with two minors while he taught at a Minnesota high school, according to a state of Minnesota complaint and summons. Eric Howard Holtan, 28, of the 300 block of North Bedford Drive, was investigated by the Duluth Police Department after the two girls told police they had sexual relations with Holtan between 40 and 70 times at various places, including his office at Duluth East High School.

UA beats California All-Stars
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Despite news received earlier in the day that a key player would be leaving the team, Arizona was able to keep its focus and win its final exhibition game yesterday at McKale Center. The Wildcats were able to do something Utah, New Mexico and Arizona State could not do: defeat the California All-Stars 86-83, but the win came at a price as sophomore guard Ruben Douglas announced that he is transferring at the end of the semester.

Editorial: Bookstore bails out band, Athletic department
[news] Oversized, stained uniforms are still a problem for the UA's marching band, the Pride of Arizona. And the UA Athletic department, the organization that ought to help them earn their new uniforms, has done nothing to assist them. One football game remains this season, and the UA marching band is only one step closer to having its new uniforms. Thanks to the U of A Bookstore, clothing companies may donate $1 per item sold to help the Pride of Arizona buy its much-needed uniforms.

UA's 'The Crucible' fails to parallel Miller's production
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When Arthur Miller wrote "The Crucible," he saw the same unjustified mob mentality displayed during the McCarthy era. Here, perceived enemies were eliminated by exploiting the fear of Communism in America under the pretense of patriotism. The play had an undeniable relevance to the politics of the day. Now, audiences look at this play with an objective distance, like a historical work. It lacks a clear-cut parallel to current events.

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"We all gained a lot of experience from the previous quake, and now we‚re using it."

-Nasuh Mahruki, head of Turkey‚s most prominent search and rescue team. Turkey was struck with a second major earthquake in the last three months when one hit Friday. At least 374 people have been killed and more than 3,000 are injured.

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