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Monday, March 1, 2004
Aerial robotics team takes off

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Despite the chilly weather early Saturday morning, the UA Aerial Robotics Club was out in the desert flying its small-scale airplanes.

Club members were testing groundbreaking research, trying to construct planes that will fly not with direction from onboard pilots, but with the help of computers, cameras and global positioning system technology.

The Tucson International Modelplex Park Association, east of the Tucson Mountains, is the hangout for the club that met to demonstrate its latest innovation: a 2-ounce Styrofoam glider that can be launched from a 4-foot-long plane in midair and land on a specific target. [Read article]

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No. 25 ASU no match for women's tennis
Track teams impress at Seattle meet
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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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UA coeds believe in singing, not stripping, to express themseves

Move over Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera; there are talented female artists who don't believe in stripping down to the bare minimum just so they can sing.

Justine Cabulong, a media arts freshman, and Christine Moussa, an undeclared sophomore, are two girls who sing and play guitar, but say they would never use their bodies to sell their music.

"I think an important part of being a female artist is not to depend on the characteristics that you have that males don't. Like being sexy," Cabulong said. [Read article]


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