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Wednesday, April 28, 2004
War may seem ╬old,' but troops still fighting, soldier says

photo Army Spc. Laura Zdunowski volunteered to go to Iraq last fall because she was in love.

"I got word about the Army taking volunteers to go to Iraq," Zdunowski, said. "I thought, ╬I might see my husband. I might die.'"

While she hoped to see her husband, already stationed in Iraq, she never expected the big spiders, 130-degree days and flirty married soldiers. Above all, she couldn't have known she would end up sitting in Saddam Hussein's conference chair in his Baghdad palace at a weapon of mass destruction briefing. [Read article]

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Web site identifies UA's sex offenders
Student competes in online contest to interview 2 presidential candidates
ASUA hopes new marketing director positions end apathy
UA gets $360K for HIV/AIDS program
Dorm holds memorial for killed RA today
Students dine out to help victims of sexual assaults
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Athlete of the Week: Laxcats always have Paris
Cats host Sun Devils in rare midweek matchup
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Club Sports Notes: Splashcats open competition at nationals today

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If any instrument has been maligned within Western music, it is the steel pan. Most American music fans are introduced to the instrument via the laid-back sounds of Jimmy Buffet. That's usually where the relationship stops. But the UA Steel Band is trying to take the pans out of "Margaritaville" and back into the concert hall where they belong. [Read article]


There are several conspiracies about who runs Hollywood. Some people think it's the liberals. Others think it's the conservative right wing. I have come to the conclusion Hollywood is run by neither. That kid in your high school who collected comic books runs it. [Read article]


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Comedy troupes gather at UA for 12th annual comedy festival

Comedians like Jon Stewart and Jay Leno aren't the only ones who poke fun at George W. Bush.

Since "Dubya" has been one of the most topical individuals in American comedy for the past 3 1/2 years, he will also be the target of several improv and sketch comedy troupes at the UA this weekend. [Read article]


Staying on Top: When sex gets scary

I've decided to abstain from low carbs. The craze itself troubles me, and today I ripped open a bag of low-carb Doritos and nasty nacho soy "chips" dissolved on my tongue. Bleah. I'm sticking to caramel macchiatos and Pop-Tarts. It'll be nice to have something to abstain from. [Read article]


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