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Tuesday October 14, 2003
Protest erupts over Mt. Graham

photo 2 arrests made at Mall demonstration of telescope proposal

Police were called to a protest in front of the UA Administration building yesterday, leading to the arrest of a UA law student and a Tucson environmentalist.

UAPD was called after Daniel Patterson, an ecologist with the Center for Biological Diversity, was accused of assaulting another protester, said UAPD spokesman Sgt. Eugene Mejia said.

UA students and community members were protesting the building of telescopes on Mount Graham, in Safford. [Read article]

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Out from under the bright lights of New York City, Wu-Tang Clan's Chef Raekwon and Definitive Jux's C-Rayz Walz are set to rock Club Congress next Wednesday. [Read article]

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Junior training technician helps heal UA athletes

For as long as she can remember, Lacee Diamond has been a Wildcat sports fan.

But four years ago, when she was at a dinner put on by the San Francisco area alumni association, the BayCats, she got an opportunity to get closer to the athletes than most fans ever get. [Read article]


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