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Wednesday, March 9, 2005

CEO fashion show held to support tsunami efforts

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Last night the Eller Pre-Professional Student Association held a "CEO fashion show" to teach students how to dress properly for the workplace, featuring clothes from Macy's.

The show, which was created in part by business management sophomore Jenny Huynh, said the money raised from the $1 admission fee will be donated to victims of the tsunami in Southeast Asia.

Huynh said that she came up with the idea to benefit not only tsunami victims, but to entertain the community as well. [Read article]

· Retail building named after alum
· Q & A: Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano
· Professor confronts Arizona's past - and her own
· Sexual abuse and suicide:a real connection
· Commentary: Turning a real-life horror story into a better life
· Fast facts

Men's Hoops: Arizona rises again in rankings

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Another crazy weekend in college basketball saw six teams in the top 10 falter, leaving room for the Arizona men's basketball team (25-4, 15-3 Pacific 10 Conference) to sneak back into the top 10, currently situated at No. 8 in both the AP poll and the ESPN/USA Today Coaches Poll.

The Wildcats were ranked No. 11 last week after a loss to Washington behind the Huskies, but an unexpected loss to Stanford by those Huskies sent them reeling back to No. 14. [Read article]

· NCAA bid up for grabs at Pac-10 tourney
· Men's Hoops: Five things Cats must do to reach Final Four
· Swim 'warrior' leads way
· Men's Tennis: Wildcats roar louder than Tigers
· Wildcats fired up to face Sun Devils
· Athlete Of The Week: Jerz vaulting towards national championship

Prom at 25: I'm outta here
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Someone escaped from Tucson City Court last week. The prisoner managed to run down the hall and out the front door in handcuffs, all the while stripping out of his orange inmateís jumpsuit.

I hope Iím never in court wearing handcuffs. But when Iím an attorney, I will understand perfectly wanting to escape the courtroom.

Right now, law school admission and rejection letters are coming back to applicants here at the UA and across the country. I cannot imagine a bigger gap between where you start out as a prospective law student and where you end up three years later. [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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