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Wednesday June 12, 2002   |   wildcat.arizona.edu   |   Online since 1994  
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Construction nears completion on the Student Union Memorial Center, pictured in this view looking east from the porch of Old Main.

Designing a scheme
for the future

Tree-lined grass walkways, flowing underpasses and overpasses and shaded courtyards have always been trademarks of university campuses.

The UA, nestled in the Sonoran desert, has never been known for these amenities.

As the university grew outside the confines of the Old Main driveway during the middle of the 20th century, the outskirts of campus started to look sparse, something UA officials now hope to change.

Fifteen years from now, if all goes as planned, the UA‚s aesthetic plan for the future will be in full swing, and that plan will capitalize on the traditional images of university life.

Overall, this Comprehensive Campus Plan, drawn together by UA planners and an independent architectural firm, is an outline of where future buildings and complexes should be placed and will set out to utilize remaining open space. [Read article]

NEWS
Designing a scheme for the future
Campus Updates
UA North campus to open later than planned
Summer school enrollment up 8 percent this session

Campus Updates

UA student awarded Fulbright scholarship

Lori Strazdas, a UA masters of public health student, was awarded a Fulbright scholarship.

The scholarship will allow Strazdas to live in Kaunas, the second largest city in Lithuania, for about one year and study stomach cancer. [Read article]

Finally: Olson elected to Hall of Fame

The third time was the charm for Lute Olson last Wednesday, who, along with six other candidates, was elected into the Naismith Memorial Hall of Fame during a luncheon in Los Angeles.

Olson was selected from a group of 24 finalists, the largest field in history. [Read article]

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őDivine Secrets‚ reviewer may have attention deficit disorder

Was Mark Bentacourt even aware in his June 5 critique of „The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood,š that the movie was based on two best-selling novels? [Read article]

Back to the future: Retro music you can dance to

Hipster show-going elitist: Your days are numbered. No longer will fellow audience members admire your ability to curb your admiration for the band. No longer can you stand front-and-center before a group, arms folded, with a look of disenchantment that says, „This band is just OK, I guess.š [Read article]

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