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Tuesday, March 23, 2004
Tenants move into Marshall building

photo From the vast bird's eye view of campus to bigger and cleaner offices, the Louise F. Marshall building provides a new home to many excited UA departments.

Students and faculty who moved into the new Marshall building, located on the corner of North Park Avenue and East North Campus Drive, are more than happy with their new home.

The unification of the various departments is a big plus in the new building, said Craig Caldwell, department head for media arts. [Read article]

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When an artistic entity brings an experience some dignity, something beautiful happens.

It affirms what society has attempted to degrade. It normalizes an experience that is stigmatized. Alvin Ailey does that for the black experience, and he's valued for that reason. [Read article]


Metallica made a stop in Tucson last week for the first time in more than a decade. Anyone who knows rock 'n' roll knows Metallica. And anyone who knows Metallica, or worships guitar players in general, knows lead guitarist Kirk Hammett. [Read article]


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Mexico's beach spots popular with students

Tequila, tacos, dancing and more tequila.

Welcome to the UA's Mexico spring break 2004. [Read article]


Students lend a helping hand over the break

Some students opt to volunteer their spring break time to help out less fortunante

"Making the world a better place" wasn't on most college students' spring break to-do lists. [Read article]


Improv comedy has been much maligned of late. There's something about jokey, cute, "totally wacky" actors playing short, occasionally obnoxious games that gets under a person's skin. But the sort of improv popularized by the show "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" is just one aspect of what is regarded in some circles as a sort of idiosyncratic art. [Read article]


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