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NEWS
Vacant pads still have Union seeking tenants

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Union still negotiating with bank, hair salons to rent empty spaces

New retail tenants for the recently vacated Union Bank and Fantastic Sams locations in the Student Union Memorial Center could be coming soon despite a previous warnings that a bank trying to start up in the union at this point in the academic year could be dead in the water. [Read article]

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Grads can retake courses to bump up their GPAs
Professor reveals secret to improving relationships
Student senate OKs more freshman colloquia classes
On the Spot

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SPORTS
Badger poses biggest running threat yet

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The good news for Arizona fans is Wisconsin running back Anthony Davis had a bad outing Saturday against Northern Illinois.

Running for only 49 yards on 14 carries against Northern Illinois, the sophomore had arguably the least-impressive performance of his career, and it almost cost the Badgers the game. [Read article]

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Beer, brats and the band
Volleyball Notes
Soccer sponsors Youth Saturday
Icecats start quest Oct. 25
Wildcat Staff Picks

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OPINIONS
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Private money most effective way to protect UA's budget
Time to let Democrats take the wheel
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Features and Past Articles
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· From Tucson!
· ĪGreetings from Tucson'
· Rock Opera "Twitch" ·
· Standing on the Ledge
· Three stars for ĪFour Feathers'
· Interpol comes in style
· Arts Calendar
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September 17, 2002
· It's a Chopper, Baby
· Tucson in transit

September 10, 2002
· Remembering ĪThe Guys'
· Going Goebel: UA alumnus plays gameshow geek

September 3, 2002
· The Ultimate Experience
· Two can play improv games

August 27, 2002
· Create Your Space
· New smaller appliances mean dorms won't stop your cooking


· Campus grieved behind closed doors
· Remember: A tribute to the UA alumni lost on Sept. 11
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Fear pushed some away, most came back
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Wall of Expression will be resurrected


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Polls open today, few students care [9.10.02]
·Field for governor narrows after tomorrow's primary [9.9.02]
·Meet the Candidates [9.9.02]
· Meet the Candidates [9.6.02]
· Candidates outline goals [9.5.02]
· Meet the Candidates [9.5.02]
· Meet the Candidates [9.4.02]


· Football SlideShow: UA vs. NAU
· New kids on the block

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DEREKH FROUDE
Arizona Daily Wildcat

Rhawnie Pino, known as "Elena De Luna" to the Society for Creative Anachronisms, dances yesterday on the UA Mall. The UA branch of the SCA talked to students on the Mall yesterday afternoon about medieval practices in fighting, dress and behavior. The branch offers a variety of activities that include lessons in fighting, belly dancing, tailoring and even medieval behavior.

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