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Friday, November 12, 2004


Mike Bibby's UA jersey retired

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There may have been a basketball game last night at McKale Center, but for the first time in a long while, the UA men's basketball team was not the main event.

Mike Bibby, who spent two seasons at the UA and led the Wildcats to the national championship in 1997, was in attendance to have his No. 10 jersey retired, joining former UA greats Steve Kerr and Sean Elliott as the only Wildcats to earn such an honor.

"Winner," "team player" and "all-around good guy" were just some of the terms thrown around by Arizona players, coaches and UA administrators about Bibby last night. [Read article]

· Res. Life leaders converge on campus
· Engineering groups join forces for fair
· Club aims to increase UA organ donation
· RTIP prepares students for jobs in racing industry
· Former UA spokeswoman cycles for 'Power Over Parkinson's'
· Fast facts

Video games the answer to society's happiness photo

It's almost the end of the semester and many male students are turning to video games, instead of the Internet, to relieve some much built-up stress. Although video games are as much open to girls as they are to guys, the realm of fantasy has been chiefly a man's domain. Madden 2005, Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas and Shrek 2 are only a few video games that men have been drooling over for the past months; now there is Halo 2. Halo 2 was released Tuesday, and a line of more than 50 people braved the frigid midnight winds of Tucson to wait outside of Replay Entertainment in the Student Union Memorial Center. [Read article]

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UA Soccer opens NCAA play today

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Tobias named Pac-10 coach of year on eve of NCAA tournament opener

Head soccer coach Dan Tobias said this week that he and his players wanted to establish a winning tradition at the UA.

Tobias managed to keep the Wildcats' winning ways of 2004 right on course yesterday, without even taking the field.

The Pacific 10 Conference announced Tobias, who took the Wildcats from near the bottom of the pack to the Pac-10 penthouse in just two seasons, as the conference's Coach of the Year award yesterday. [Read article]

· UA women's hoops opens season at home tonight
· Hoops: Cats scratch past Sonoma at home
· Volleyball swept by top-ranked Huskies
· Icecats hit road for 1st time
· Cross country heads to Fresno for NCAA West Region Championships
· Football: Cats take aim at top-dog USC
· Football: Trojans not a one-dimensional power

Latest Issue: November 10, 2004


 

Emily Dickinson wrote, "Water, is taught by thirst." In the desert, everyone can relate to those words.

To memorialize those who've lost their lives while crossing the U.S.-Mexico border, members of a Poetry Center class have created an installation that fuses poetry, art and spirituality.

"SpeakWater: Regando La Frontera" is the first installation from a class or workshop to be displayed at the Poetry Center, said Gail Browne, director of the Poetry Center.  [ Read article]

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