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Tuesday, May 3, 2005

Officials hand over reins in ASUA inauguration

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Elected officials of ASUA passed down keepsakes, advice and the reins of their positions noon yesterday at the official ASUA inauguration on the UA Mall.

Associated Students of the University of Arizona President Cade Bernsen, Executive Vice President Erin Hertzog, Administrative Vice President Cassiopeia Sonn and 10 elected ASUA senators were sworn in for the 2005-2006 school year.

During his inauguration speech, Bernsen, a political science senior, said even though he came to the UA from the University of Texas just a year ago, he would give a voice to UA students passionately and with determination. [Read article]

· Club aims to heighten African awarenesson campus
· Students make stories come alive
· Emergency blue light usage not known
· C3 Center boosts campus efficiency
· Students help soldiers fight heat
· Code of Academic Integrity amended
· 'Unforgotten' war on Mall today
· Turning tragedy into triumph
· On the spot!
· Fast facts

Softball's Schultz suspended indefinitely

Junior second baseman Shelley Schultz has been suspended indefinitely from the No. 2 Arizona softball team after being charged last month with abandoning her two dogs in her former home, coaches said yesterday.

Schultz did not join the Wildcats on their road trip to Oregon last weekend, and her status for the rest of the season is unclear, said Arizona softball assistant coach Larry Ray.

"As of right now, the official statement from the athletic department is that she is suspended until further notice," Ray said of Schultz. [Read article]

· Softball: Candrea named USOC's top coach
· Baseball Notes: High Octane offense returns to form
· Men's Hoops: Recruits come to Arizona from far and wide

Hats off to UA supporters
photo A man dressed in a powder-blue shirt and jeans squints briefly as he leans over a boy's head, studying his hair for symmetry. The boy sits in a well-worn brown leather barber's chair, fresh clippings of hair slide down a smooth cloth resembling a large plastic cape encircling his small shoulders.

The steady buzz from the electric clippers in the barber's hand hangs in the air, mixing with the chatter of several customers bickering excitedly about the future of Lute Olson's Wildcats. [Read article]

· Mailbag

Latest Issue: April 28, 2005


 

'American Dad' joins forces with 'Family Guy'

Before you go to bed tonight, pat yourself on the back for being a college student. Seth MacFarlane, creator and vocal star of "Family Guy" is in your debt ever since Fox resurrected the show this season.

"To me, the biggest audiences are colleges," MacFarlane said. "As far as the show being brought back, it was the adult 18-to-34 audience that did it and that's really the audience that we write for." [Read article]

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Art
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Film
Ass-kicking 'Kung Fu Hustle' a treat
Kidman kills 'Interpreter's' chances
So much for the afterglow
Music
The Sights are set on rock success
CD Reviews: American Hi-Fi, The High Speed Scene
Literature
Black's act nearly as funny in print
 
Latest Issue: April 26, 2005

 

Exploring the female orgasm: coming to the point

Her body curls and clenches with tingles of pleasure, a feeling some UA women have yet to understand or experience.

Regardless, if a woman is exploring with the different types of orgasms, masturbating, or learning how to get off without faking it, experts agree being comfortable is essential for achieving an orgasm.

Though some women may feel like a victim of orgasmic dysfunction, or the inability to climax during sex, experts said this diagnosis is rare for young women. Instead of needing medical treatment, college-aged women can usually find orgasmic relief from different methods of arousal and self-discovery. [Read article]

Commentary: Men and the orgasmic lie
 

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