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Wednesday September 10, 2003
SafeRide strives for better image

photo Car drivers hoping to improve free service

During his SafeRide shift two nights ago, Joshua Wright went out of his way to be courteous to every customer, apologizing profusely for late pickups.

Wright's behavior is part of the driving service's new professional approach.

As SafeRide's new director, Wright has made changes to the driving service in order to increase the program's professionalism.

"I know the service is free and student-run, but it is also a real business and customers should be treated as if they were paying," Wright, a psychology and religious studies senior, said. [Read article]

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KAMP Student Radio takes UA students 'underground' with alternative, off-beat sounds

They work on the outskirts of campus, trying to entertain students. But many on campus don't even know who they are. [Read article]


Check out KAMP's website and listen today: www.kamp.arizona.edu

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