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Thursday, February 26, 2004
Students protest PC disposal

photo Students decked out in Hazmat suits on the Mall yesterday had a mission: to show their peers that computers could kill.

The students, who wore the Hazmat suits to protect themselves from "toxic computer parts" on a nearby table, were members of the Arizona Student Recycling Association, and the suits were used to attraction attention to the national Computer TakeBack Campaign.

Rob Wild, president of ASRA and a physics senior, said many students aren't aware of how toxic discarded computers are to the environment. [Read article]

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With the Oscars only three days away, the relatively unknown Brazilian director who made "City of God," Fernando Meirelles, has no Versace-like designer to sponsor him.

Meirelles admits he is unprepared thus far. [Read article]


My parents were coming into town to visit me and I proposed that we go to the Bunny Ranch - the all-nude, 18-and-over strip club on Speedway and Alvernon. I asked a little sheepishly and I never thought she would go for it, but my mother was totally down. [Read article]


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You know that nightmare where you go to school without pants on and nobody thinks it's weird? [Read article]


Under Covers: Sex, by the numbers

When someone you're interested in dating asks for your number, what do you say? If the query comes after class, in a bar or at a party, it's the easiest and most flattering of questions to answer. [Read article]


John Mayer, Maroon 5 make Tucson girls giddy

It's difficult to reconcile the John Mayer you read about in interviews with the John Mayer you actually hear in his music. On paper, he's sharply intelligent and self-deprecating, not afraid to flaunt his musical knowledge and ability. [Read article]


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