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Monday, January 24, 2005

Bank robbery locks down Babcock

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Police check hall after failed attempt at Wells Fargo Bank

A bank robbery forced Babcock Inn Residence Hall residents to go into lockdown Saturday afternoon after a man threatened to bomb the bank and was suspected to possibly be hiding somewhere in the residence hall.

A man entered Wells Fargo Bank, 1701 E. Speedway Blvd., at about 1 p.m. and attempted to rob the bank with a note demanding money but was unsuccessful, a media release from the Tucson Police Department stated. [Read article]

· Former UA student unfit to stand trial
· Student-regent to be confirmed after wait
· Marathoner looks to UA students for assistance
· ASUA to help club bring Fair Trade coffee to UA
· Fast facts

Wildcats pass road test in sweep of Oregon, OSU

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As good as the No. 13 Arizona basketball team has been in McKale Center this season, consistency on the road has been tough to accomplish.

The Wildcats hope that issue was addressed over the weekend with the road trip to the state of Oregon. The Wildcats escaped with two Pacific 10 Conference road victories for the first time since the 2002-2003 season, a year in which Arizona did not lose a single Pac-10 road game and finished first in the conference. [Read article]

· Women's Hoops: Cats spread wealth against OSU
· Icecats swept at home by Sooners
· Gymcats upset No. 7 Sun Devils at home
· Track and field qualifies 29 for MPSF Championships
· Women split with Bay Area schools, men swept by Cal, Stanford at home

Misconceptions reward terrorism
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More than three years after the tragic events of Sept.11, 2001, it seems that most Americans still do not understand the nature of the war on terror or the character of the enemy we face. In the last few months, I have witnessed two events that have each illustrated a set of misunderstandings that are so pervasive that many in America have overlooked the consequences of their misconceptions. But the stakes are too high and this war is too real and too serious. It is time we start thinking seriously about the costs of our views. [Read article]

· Editorial: Class registration needs an overhaul
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: January 20, 2005


 

We at the arts desk receive a lot of mail. Most of it consists of brochures for the Chef Tony Knife set (one of the butcher knives can chop a tennis shoe in half!) or irate letters from Wildcat readers addressed to the "farts desk" informing us we should be stabbed in the face for picking on "You Got Served."

Recently, however, we've been delighted to receive a string of letters from Wildcat readers who all seem to have the same question on their minds: What's the arts desk secret for staying in shape? Read article]

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