Three UA students arrested at Maloney's Friday
Tucson police officers have targeted bars frequented by UA students during an increased number of checks for fake IDs during the past few weeks.
Three University of Arizona students were arrested at Maloney's, 213 N. Fourth Ave., during one raid Friday night in which officers entered the bar and began asking for identification of anyone who looked "underage," said Sgt. Marco Borboa, Tucson Police Department public information officer.
Two of the students that were arrested were females who had used another person's ID to get into the bar. The other, a male student, had a counterfeit ID.
There are normally between two and five officers conducting a bar check, Borboa said, and there has been an increase in such checks because TPD has hired enough officers to adequately crack down on the use of fake IDs.
Freshmen throw paint on
Annual whitewashing brings paint fights, chaos
White paint flew through the air and buckets tumbled down the hill this weekend as UA freshmen painted the "A" on "A" Mountain white - no change from it's previous color.
Defensive battle ends in Arizona's favor
Wildcat defense delivers in 17-3 victory against San Diego
In what would prove to be a defensive battle, the Arizona football team pulled out a 17-3 victory against non-conference opponent San Diego State (0-3 overall) Saturday night.
Hit or miss, Fall Ball well planned by ASUA
Transitioning from high school to college can be a serious challenge to many college students. Both the emotional and academic strain found at institutions of higher education are unexpected - if not loathed - by most who enjoyed the cake walk through their respective public high schools.
Fun with weapons
Society for Creative Anachronism draws student attention
A new look or style will generally gather little attention on the UA Mall, but a man dressed in medieval garb, cracking two whips next to belly dancers tends to draw a crowd.
Quotable: Monday September 18, 2000
"The cops have declared war against everyone."
Mark, Dirtbag's Manager
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