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NEWS
Crowd gets CatFest fever

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Security tames crowd for rushing stage, fan eats Twinkie from drummer's rear

Concert-goers rushed the stage and one crowd member ate a Twinkie that was sticking out from between a band member's buttocks cheeks at Friday night's CatFest, which packed Centennial Hall with 2,456 people who came out to see Goldfinger, Authority Zero and Eleventh Hour. [Read article]

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ResLife retires dorm recycling
Fiesta Bowl crowns UA junior its queen
UA readies $1M for grad student tuition waivers
Genomics consortium plans to exclude public from meetings
On the Spot: Nathan Swango
National College News
Doctors blame drinking

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FEATURES
The Ultimate Experience

photo Five-year-old comedy group The Charles Darwin Experience improves with time

Say something funny. Right now. This second. Not too easy, is it?

For the members of The Charles Darwin Experience, an all-student improvisational group that's performed on campus... [Read article]

Two can play improv games

Learn to snort milk out of your nose when Comedy Corner ¸ UA's, and possibly the nation's, longest-running campus comedy group ¸ returns to performing at noon this fall. [Read article]

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SPORTS
Passing game keys blowout win

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Johnson throws for 381 yards, defense shuts down NAU in 37-3 season-opening victory

Northern Arizona University came into Tucson looking to make a big point, but ¸ unfortunately for them ¸ only scored three.

The Lumberjacks managed only three points Saturday night and could not stop Wildcat senior quarterback Jason Johnson, who had 318 yards passing by halftime, in a 37-3 loss in front of 48,446 people in Arizona Stadium. [Read article]

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Sacked by tragedy: Siofele honors lost brother
Upset loss to Louisville drops Wildcats five spots in rankings
UA opens season with 2 shutout wins
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