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Monday, March 8, 2004
ASUA presidential candidates face off in Court over election violations

photo Over the weekend, Alistair Chapman nearly lost his position as next year's student body president.

But a technicality might have saved him.

Josh Shapiro, Chapman's opponent in the March elections, filed 16 elections code violations against Chapman this weekend. Chapman filed two against Shapiro.

Had Chapman been found guilty of four of the violations, he would have been disqualified from the presidency.

But 14 of the 16 charges against Chapman were dismissed because Shapiro failed to provide specific details of the violations. After finding out the charges against him were dropped, Chapman dropped the two claims against Shapiro. [Read article]

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Men's Hoops: Cats stick fork in Devils
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Guyette seals series win for Cats at home
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Gymcats fall again, despite high marks
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You may not know Paul Michael Glaser and David Soul, but you probably know Ben Stiller and Owen Wilson.

While it's true both duos have played disco-era undercover detectives Dave Starsky and Ken Hutchinson, only one pair was lucky enough to enlighten the Wildcat's readership about the new movie, "Starsky & Hutch." [Read article]


Rapper/actor Snoop Dogg needs no introduction at any university community in the Western world. [Read article]


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The homeless community's presence in Tucson can startle students the first time they roll into town.

At any given time of day, members of the homeless community may be asking random passers-by for change, picking cans out of the trash or just hanging out.

Yet, despite the ubiquity of the homeless in the areas immediately surrounding campus especially Fourth Avenue their presence on campus is a rarity. When the occasional transients do drop by, they are instantly noticeable. especially in the Main Library. [Read article]


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