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Thursday, December 1, 2005

Dancing for a cause: Frat may have violated greek rules with serenade

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Greek board questions event's taste

The Kappa Alpha Order fraternity raised money for the Muscular Dystrophy Association last night, but the members may be facing punishment because they didn't comply with the Greek Life Philanthropy Advisory Board guidelines, an official said.

The fraternity sponsored a serenading contest to raise money for its national philanthropy, but violated two stipulations of the advisory board by advertising the event to only pledge classes and by failing to prescreen the sororities' performances, said Erin Cohen, president of Panhellenic Council. [Read article]

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Freshmen growing up quickly

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Njonkou, O'Neal likely out for rest of fall semester

Because the Arizona women's basketball team plans on playing a fast-paced style this season that features constant full-court pressure, its bench should play an important role in keeping the starters fresh and wearing out the opposition.

That burden will rest largely on the four members of the team's freshman class, all of whom will play important supporting roles for Arizona, said Wildcats head coach Joan Bonvicini. [Read article]

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Gay PDA at the UA OK?

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Public displays of affection. These high-profile embraces are a daily occurrence on campus, whether it's a perky couple smooching on the UA Mall, two hormonal students taking a "study break" in their cars or simply a homeless guy's solo antics in the library.

But what about gay PDA? This is about as rare a sight on campus as President Peter Likins lowering tuition.

An instructor for one of my courses claimed that this lack of intra-gender canoodling is because of society's entrenched homophobia. Even in the modern "Queer Eye" era, he imagined, two men wouldn't be able to walk around campus holding each others' hands without catching some kind of flak. [Read article]

· This one's for the kids
· Editorial: Let process take the reins
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: December 1, 2005

 

Ari Lerner, Anthony Fama and Matt Dhyr are starting a revolution. A revolution of funny, in the form of improvisational street comedy with their group, The Street-Prov Theatre Collective.

Monday evening I find myself in a not-too-well-lit alleyway south of campus. It's freezing (by Tucson standards). All 57 degrees out here are inducing bone-rattling vibrations. [Read article]

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Learning the language of wine
Baumbach brings it all back home
Save your 'Rent' money for another movie
Theron has chance to 'Flux' muscles
Scatter Shots
Diverse dance show fun for everyone
Production unfolds life of legend Hank Williams
'Collisions' is inventive, at least when you can hear it
Ehrenreich tries on a white-collar in 'Bait and Switch'
Steve Carell chooses stapler as weapon of choice
 

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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