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Blood drive dusts ASU, falls far short of goal

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The UA beat ASU in the annual blood drive face-off once again, but still collected only half of the 1,500-pint goal, which may have been due to midterms and few opportunities to donate near the end of the drive. [Read article]

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Town hall discussion remembers victims
Residence halls show no tolerance for drugs
Workers differ on whether ╬new image' will sell books
On the Spot
Campus Briefs
U-WIRE: Pieces of fallen Ole Miss goalpost to be auctioned

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Wildcats bit by the injury bug

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In the UA basketball team's first scrimmage since being named the No. 1 team in the nation, it lost two of its top players to injuries.

However, neither senior forward Luke Walton nor sophomore shooting guard Salim Stoudamire is expected to miss much time. [Read article]

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Game Notes
Glass sparks comeback win
Soccer seniors end careers with upset
Icecats split home set against Weber State and Utah State
Weekend Recap

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Vote for you, UA, Arizona tomorrow
Calling all Libertarians: We need your help
Napolitano best leader for Arizona
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October 31, 2002
· Oh, Rocky!
· Tequiza and accents: Meet the Zsa Zsas
· Weekend Revue
· ╬Souls' parade down Tucson streets
· Beyond the realm of expectance
· Forget slasher flicks, give me gore!
· Serial: It's not just for breakfast
· Cinema Showdown: Horror movie fest
· Urban legends: Are they truth or fiction?
More Stories...


October 29, 2002
· Portrait of success

October 24, 2002
· Family Weekend Features

October 22, 2002
· Zine and Heard


· Salmon looks to free market for answers [10.31.02]
· Canidate Endorsement: District 7 needs Hieb in Congress [10.31.02]
· Practical vision guides ╬no nonsense' Napolitano [10.30.02]
· Meet the Candidates: U.S. House of Representatives District 7 [10.30.02]
· Canidate Endorsement: Downing, Poelstra best for House [10.30.02]
· Mahoney advocates ╬change' in Arizona [10.29.02]
· Meet the Candidates: District 28 State Representatives [10.29.02]
· Giffords best candidate for state senate [10.29.02]
· Meet the Candidates [10.28.02]
· Canidate Endorsement: Horne best choice for ╬Excellence' [10.28.02]
· Candidates surprised to have vote [10.23.02]
· Prop. seeks to legalize medical pot [10.22.02]
· Salmon: Put money back in education [10.21.02]
· Napolitano proposes cures for ╬brain drain' [10.18.02]
· Gov. hopefuls favor letting colleges invest [10.11.02]


· Aerosmith
· Tucson Tailgaters
· Campus Escape
· Football SlideShow: UA vs. Wisconsin
· Football SlideShow: UA vs. NAU
· New kids on the block

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Loving that autumn air
SAUL LOEB/Arizona Daily Wildcat
Jeremy Wesanen, a 2002 UA graduate, throws a Frisbee to his friends on the lawn in front of the Arizona State Museum yesterday afternoon. Wesanen said he was taking advantage of the cool fall weather and overcast skies as an opportunity to get outside and enjoy the UA Mall as temperatures warmed up to a comfortably mild 76 degrees.
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