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Monday, March 7, 2005

Groups, officials endorse candidates

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Both ASUA presidential candidates received endorsements from former candidates and campus organizations, in hopes to help spread the word and swing the election toward their candidate of choice.

All three Associated Students of the University of Arizona presidential candidates who did not advance to the general elections decided to endorse Cade Bernsen. Bernsen also received an endorsement from Sigma Alpha Epsilon and from Phi Alpha Delta, a pre-law fraternity. [Read article]

· Winter wonderland offers students break from heat
· Some still upset over Moore visit
· RIAA prosecutes UA student
· UA mock trial team hopes to win in national competition
· Tucson kids go camping at Camp Wildcat with UA students
· Hubble's demise a loss to UA research
· On the spot! It's back and better than ever!
· Fast facts

Men's Hoops: By the skin of their teeth

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PAC-10 CHAMPIONS UA 70, ASU 68

Olson passes Wooden on savior Salim's shot

Salim Stoudamire's game-winning shot over ASU on Saturday with six-tenths of a second remaining accomplished three goals for the No. 11 Arizona men's basketball team.

It won the game over their in-state rival, clinched the Pacific 10 Conference title outright and gave head coach Lute Olson conference win No. 305, passing former UCLA head coach John Wooden to make him the winningest coach in the conference's history. [Read article]

· Men's Hoops Analysis: Scoring spurts spur Wildcats to huge win
· Women's Hoops: Cats bounced by USC, fail to secure NCAA tourney bid
· Rain delays, errors mark No. 1 softball's weekend sweep
· Baseball: No. 2 Longhorns scratch out pair of wins against Wildcats
· Tennis teams struggle with weather in weekend matches
· Lightning shortens track meet
· Gymcats best Buckeyes in Ohio
· Men's swim takes fourth place at Pac-10 Championships
· Club Sports

GPSC: Who's in? Who's out? Who cares?
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I have always conceived of student governments as kind of like the air inside of an oxygen chamber - pretty important to those who are within but not of much value to those who are not.

The College of Medicine's recent decision to withdraw from the Graduate and Professional Student Council and further integrate with the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, however, has sparked renewed debate about the purpose, performance and function of student governments. That decision has also forced this columnist to reexamine his own views on student government when trying to determine whether the law school should follow suit by joining the medical school in its withdrawal from the GPSC. [Read article]

· Mailbag

Latest Issue: March 3, 2005


 

When Saul Williams puts beats to his poetry, the man becomes more than just an emcee or a modern troubadour.

He becomes what we all fantasize being: a rock star.

Having released his self-titled album in September, Williams returns to Tucson next Wednesday to give us all a taste of his latest poetic musings when he performs at City Limits.

Most reputably known as one of the most talented spoken word poets the world has ever seen, Williams is an actor, a rapper, a singer and a preacher. And he's actually good at them all, but doesn't take kindly to his music being categorized. [Read article]

Tucson and Campus Calendar
Campus
Tomlin brings her act to Hillel
Brothers put the 'Grimm' in tales
Film
Curses! Scott Baio is back!
Music
Symphony highlights Ives' career
Organ Festival honors slain prof
The Robot Ate Me speaks volumes
CD Reviews: A Static Lullaby, Tori Amos, The Robot Ate Me
Literature
Book Review: Mediocre 'Rigby' disappoints
 
Latest Issue: February 22, 2005

Hookah offers safe and relaxing alternatives

College students are always looking for the newest, hippest and easiest trends to keep their bored little minds occupied. While smoking weed will always be fashionable, it's illegal too. As an alternative, locals, young and old, are getting together to smoke the legal way, with the help of the hookah.

The pastime has become even more popular in Tucson since Roger Smiley and his wife Sarah opened Smiley's Ultimate Hookah Lounge and Coffee last year. [Read article]

 

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