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Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Bernsen accused of sexual misdeeds

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Reports say president harassed two officials

Student Government President Cade Bernsen has continuously sexually harassed two female officials within ASUA during the past eight months, creating an unsafe working environment for both women, according to complaints filed with the Dean of Students Office recently.

The complaints state that Bernsen made repeated unwelcome sexual comments such as "nice rack" and inappropriately touched the women while in the office of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, a violation of the UA Student Code of Conduct and the university's sexual harassment policy. [Read article]

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Walk-on just one of the guys early in season

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In this edition of Dave's Diary, David Bagga, a freshman walk-on this season with the Arizona men's basketball team, talks about his first career points, the team's trip to Hawaii and planning homework around a road trip.

On his 3-pointer in Sunday's game against Virginia, his first career points in an Arizona uniform:

It felt great, there's really no way to describe it. I kind of came off a pick, and the guy didn't really guard me. The coaches have been telling me "If you're open, shoot it," so I shot it and I thought it might have a chance to go in, and it did. [Read article]

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A citizen's foreign policy

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When asked about national identity in a foreign country, "I'm Canadian" has become an oft-repeated response among many a jaded American traveler and disaffected college student.

Maybe by using the phrase, we as travelers use it to escape awkward buying situations (e.g. to avoid buying cheap junk because Canadians don't have money - ha-ha!). Or maybe by repeating the phrase, we simply expound the virtues of our northern neighbor.

However, this phrase is more indicative of a growing dissatisfaction with our own country, and it is increasingly more telling of how we perceive ourselves in the world (one of shame). [Read article]

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Latest Issue: November 17, 2005

 

It seems like the perfect vehicle for a romantic farce starring Jack Black, Kirstie Alley or some other overweight comedic actor. Here's the premise: An aging, portly man down on his luck and desperate for some green, tries his hand at the gigolo business.

Scouting out his prospective clients, being the ever-astute statistician, he tries to improve his chances of scoring a meal ticket by not just sending out one letter of seduction but two, both to women who reside in the same town. He also uses the same letter verbatim, recycling the same sweet nothings but being careful enough to switch names when appropriate. [Read article]

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'Howl' for the Shout Out Louds
'Turtles' stands up as good B-movie
'Derailed' runs on well worn tracks
Going solo not best route
Catch the Slowburn at Emergenza
Culture Jamming brought to campus
Green Day doesn't disappoint with new DVD
Black Heart Procession vamp into town
Deerhoof defies description, set to rock Tucson
Madonna Straddles the Dance Floor A Lot
 

Latest Issue: November 29, 2005

 

 

Venerable Stones play to sold out crowd in Glendale

Rolling Stones fans young and old flocked to the Glendale Arena Sunday night to catch a glimpse of the venerable rock 'n' roll band as they made a stop in the Phoenix area on their A Bigger Bang World Tour.

The concert was to promote the band's newest album, A Bigger Bang, and Glendale was the 40th stop on the tour, which started earlier this year in New York City. The band has crisscrossed the country, stopping in cities like Portland, Ore., Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston. Even Duke University was a stop on the tour. [Read article]

 

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