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Friday September 12, 2003

Campus remembers 9/11

photo Members of the campus community gathered on the UA Mall yesterday morning to honor the memories of those who lost their lives on Sept. 11, 2001, with a moment of silence.

At 9:11 a.m. a single chime of the U.S.S. Arizona memorial bell signaled the beginning of one minute of silence. [Read article]

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Video Feature
Yesterday ASUA President J.P. Benedict, UA President Peter Likins, Tucson Mayor Bob Walkup and College Republican President Pete Seat addressed a gathering on the mall to remember the events of September 11, 2001.
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Since Aug. 3, a unique and timely exhibit dealing with the conflicting subjects of love and terror has resided at the UA Museum of Art. [Read article]

Exhibit looks back on professor's work
Cramming thirty years of your life into a gallery exhibition seems masochistic. [Read article]

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Psychology senior loves helping kids, Dave Matthews and working hard as a Yavapai-Apache ambassador [Read article]

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Every centimeter counts when students' pants hang dangerously low. Belts can do the trick, though, to ensure no slipping and sliding which could result in an accidental peep show between or even during class. [Read article]

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