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Wednesday, November 3, 2004


AZ Supreme Court to hear arguments on UA campus

The Arizona Supreme Court will hear arguments at the UA tomorrow on Tucson billboards owned by Clear Channel Communications.

The annual visit is part of the Court's continuing outreach efforts to bring its courtroom activities to local communities and citizens across the state.

Tom Augerton, a public information officer for the Arizona Supreme Court, said the Court's visit to the UA's law school is an annual fall tradition. Augerton said he thought the tradition was more than 10 years old. [Read article]

· Students create new way to advertise
· Election Smackdown offers politics, comedy
· Students gather at election night parties
· Fast facts

Issue of the Week: Possible write-in candidates photo

The elections are over. We've cast our ballots but, for the most part, the choice of president was extremely limited in scope. Bush or Kerry was the question yesterday, but here we think that there could have been a multitude of other possible and worthy candidates. So, the question for this week is who would we pick if we could write-in anybody for president?

Pick the better Bush: Will Ferrell

Strategery.

Ever since the fateful "debate" between "Bush" and "Gore" on Saturday Night Live just prior to the 2000 election, one fact became plainly evident: Bush isn't even the best at being Bush. [Read article]

· Procrastination: friend or foe?
· Mailbag

Men's Hoops: New shot, more confidence

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Cats' chance at No. 1 rides on sophomore point guard Shakur

Mustafa Shakur is used to lofty expectations.

He came to the UA last season as arguably the nation's premier freshman point guard, and didn't disappoint, scoring nearly 10 points per game to go with almost four assists.

So when the UA coaching staff handpicked the Philadelphia product to be the Wildcats' undisputed floor leader this season, how did he respond?

By trying to make his game even better, naturally. [Read article]

· Women's Hoops: UA routs Play Mode by 26 in exhibition
· Knauer's Korner: One year all it takes for hoops, football
· Athletes Of The Week: No generation gap for Meehan, Irwin
· Soccer's Smith named Pac-10 Player of Week

Latest Issue: October 28, 2004


 

In the time it takes to cook a decent Hot Pocket, you can be scared out of your wits.

The Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF) is presenting "The Three Minute Thriller Filmmaking Contest" this Halloween. Each filmmaker has three minutes to fill the screen with blood, guts and gore. Whoever makes the scariest (and most creative) movie in the three minutes allotted, wins.  [ Read article]

Tucson and Campus Calendar
Halloween
Get Romantics on Congress
Students fear clowns, goatsuckers
Sleepytime Gorilla wakes up Tucson
Film
Gellar doesn't ruin frightening 'Grudge'
You too will love the 'Huckabees'
Scottsdale is full of yuppies - and a film festival
Music
Rilo Kiley worth the wait
The Futureheads show promise
Food
The art of drinking coffee
 

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