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Internet access still under fire for UA students
[news] Although an Arizona state legislative bill placing limitations on state employees' Internet access was defeated yesterday, a similar bill aimed at restricting university students' World Wide Web use is still alive. University of Arizona students could still be prohibited from having free reign on university computers, pending the vote on House bill 2024, which is still in the Government Reform and Rules committees.

Shadowing a House
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It's a compliment to guard Arizona State's Eddie House, but Gilbert Arenas, the University of Arizona's freshman guard, isn't so sure he's ready. House, a senior guard, is averaging 28.3 points in Pacific 10 Conference games, and has scored over 40 points three times this year. In a double-overtime win over California on Jan. 8, House blew up for 61.

Hey! Preachers! Leave those kids alone!
[news] It's official. We are all going to hell. Or at least you would think that from the way people react to our campus. We have Ms. McGrath on our backs about internet porn and pre-marital sex, and that tiny, feisty lady on the Mall telling us to lower the hemlines on our skirts or we will be gnashing our teeth in the company of Lucifer. So why all these worries about our morality and salvation? My guess is that these people simply do not know what actually goes on in college and are wasting their great moral energy on ending world hunger.

Drunk Rock
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Initially created as a tribute band for the late Sublime singer Brad Nowell, the Long Beach Dub All-stars are known for their partying as much as for their laid back, hip-hop and reggae-induced punk rock sound. With their first full-length album, Right Back, the band continues the same style that helped direct an intense spotlight to the Southern California music scene. "I'm really stoked," said lead guitarist and vocalist Ras-1, who declined to give his real name, about Right Back. "We're giving something back to the streets where we're from."

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"Lately we stopped getting all screwed up before the show, so the kids can have a good time. Afterwards we'll go out for a drink...maybe smoke a little herb ¸ I guess I can't do that in Arizona though, huh?"

-Ras-1 of the Long Beach Dub Allstars on the bandÔs touring lifestyle.

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