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Wednesday, April 20, 2005

Drag show entertains at La Paz

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'Female Illusionists' wow UA students

Diva La Paz once again entertained UA students last night, by showcasing various female illusionist acts, including dance and lip-synching performances.

Diva, which was organized by El Mundo Diversity Initiatives in conjunction with the La Paz Staff and Hall Council, is a special event aimed at raising awareness about homosexual and gender issues.

The event was hosted by Ajia Simone, whose real name is Jerrold Whitfield, and concluded with a question and answer session with the performers. [Read article]

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No. 6 baseball thumps Lobos

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The high-octane Arizona offense smacked the ball around the park in yesterday's 14-3 win at New Mexico.

The No. 6 Wildcats (27-11, 10-2 Pacific 10 Conference) hit 14 extra-base hits, including six home runs from five different players, to blow out the Lobos (19-19) at Isotopes Park.

Arizona also hit seven doubles and a triple for a total of 18 hits on the way to scoring in seven of nine frames.

The Wildcats have now beaten New Mexico in 23 consecutive games, dating back to Jan. 31, 1997. [Read article]

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First reactions to a new pope
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Yesterday, the smoke ran white from the Sistine Chapel, the bells rang and a new pope, the former Josef Ratzinger and now Benedict XVI, was elected. As a cardinal, Ratzinger was known to be doctrinally orthodox. He seems generally intolerant of abortion, homosexuality, ordination of women and acceptance of other religions. We should have been hoping for something more.

If Ratzinger were a comic book character, he'd be The Enforcer - snow-white unitard, burgundy cape, a blazing golden "E" on his chest and special powers of fire and brimstone. [Read article]

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Latest Issue: April 14, 2005


 

Berlin. Venice. Cannes. Tucson. Film Festivals are not just for ritzy European cities anymore. And for the 14th year, Arizonans - Tucsonans in particular - are proving that with the Arizona International Film Festival.

The AIFF is a 10-day long celebration of local and independent film, and it starts tonight. It is a great event for Tucson because it showcases national and international talent. But it is especially exciting because it exposes talent that has come out of the UA. [Read article]

Tucson and Campus Calendar
Poetry
Sophokles and Hendrix: together at last
Slamming words into action at Poetry Crawl
Theatre
'Cannibal! The Musical' comes to stage
Music
Rx Bandits make first trip to Congress
CD Reviews: Hot Hot Heat, The Bravery, The Kaiser Chiefs, Will Smith
Film
'Fever Pitch' falls a bit outside the park
Food
Chopped good, but pricey
Literature
Learn all about presidents' murders in 'Assassination Vacation'
Art
Dancers, jugglers, poets highlight multicultural show
Calexico join Muniz
 
Latest Issue: April 12, 2005

 

Andrea Hashim dreamed of becoming Miss America since she was a little girl, and she has just taken one step closer to making that dream a reality.

Twenty-two-year-old Hashim, a first-year dance graduate student, beat out nine competitors to be crowned Miss Tucson Valley April 2 and is gearing up for the Miss Arizona pageant in June. Miss Arizona goes on to compete for Miss America in Atlantic City. [Read article]

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