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Tuesday, February 24, 2004
Rainfall floods UA; drainage a concern

photo Less than a half-inch of rain fell yesterday, but it was enough to create mini rivers and lakes on campus, annoying students with wet feet and soaked pants.

"Look at my pants; drainage isn't working," said Erika Trigoso, a geography graduate student who was riding her bike around campus yesterday.

Grant McCormick, a campus planner who has been working on storm water drainage projects for the past 10 years, said two immediate projects addressing the problem are in the works. [Read article]

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Candidates debate vision for ASUA
300 fewer international students attending UA as U.S. restricts visas
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Greek Life surveys students on hazing
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Women's golf slump continues

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It ain't over till the fat lady sings. But for most UA students, "it," the experience of opera, has yet to begin.

However, "La Canterina" or "The Budding Soprano," a short comedic opera by Joseph Haydn, offers a perfect introduction to the world of opera. [Read article]


When I was handed an ad from the Tucson Weekly as a suggestion for the "What Not to Do in Tucson" column, I thought it was a setup. [Read article]


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UA equestrian team provides participants with life experience

Equestrian? No, it's not an operation on a pregnant woman. Nor is it that club drug. Although the UA equestrian team may argue that the horse-showing sport gives off that same euphoric feeling. [Read article]


Producing music for the Good, the Bad and the Bored
Former punk rocker and philosophy graduate student Marcus Arvan's double CD Pop Goes the Rock Star, which he single-handedly recorded using his home computer, is a perfect example of how individuality is expressed through music more today than ever before. [Read article]

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