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Thursday, September 23, 2004
Governor: Get out and vote
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Napolitano tells students they can 'make a difference' in November

In a half-empty Gallagher Theatre, Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano spent half an hour last night answering questions from students and discussing the importance of student voting.

Napolitano was invited to the UA by the Associated Students of the University of Arizona. A featured guest in ASUA's civic engagement initiative, Napolitano was asked to discuss diversity and voting issues as part of the UAdiscusses Diversity event. [Read article]

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Volleyball's Fresh Faces
Volleyball: Cumpston, Glass back in time for Pac-10 play
Soccer takes 6-1 record to Utah for pair
Men's basketball nabs top-notch recruit for '05
Women's golf falls back in pack at 'Fall Preview'

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A college student's reasons to vote
Guest commentary: UA needs to switch to Fair Trade coffee
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Paint By Number

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During spring break some months ago, artist Austin Given got a big idea, picked up a brush and began putting paint to canvas. As his work progressed, the physiology senior decided to take a semester hiatus in order to put together his own art exhibit.

This weekend, the culmination of Given's efforts will be realized at 7 Black Cats, 260 E. Congress St., with a multi-medium artistic expression which will include a DJ, an art showing and band performances.

The name for the show, "Paint by Number Exhibition," was derived in part because of the way Given went about constructing his work. Given, who started painting in high school, began by taking pictures with a digital camera. He then projected photographs onto a canvas.  [Read article]

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