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Wednesday, January 26, 2005

Fired mover reports theft, drugs on campus

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Police are investigating accusations of theft and illegal drug use occurring at the UA after a former employee of a moving company contracted with the university made complaints in early January.

Mark Wardlow, former driver and loader of Interspace Moving and Storage, contracted with Facilities Management, filed a police report Jan. 11 citing incidences of theft and drug use that occurred on campus while he worked there.

Occurrences of drug use and theft by Interspace employees were as "common as breathing," Wardlow said. [Read article]

· New Eller dean to take over in July
· Dorm vacancies don't necessarily allow for students to switch halls
· Cases of HPV on the rise again
· Prescription still required for 'Plan B' contraceptive
· Fast facts

Women's tennis goes global

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Athletes come from all over the globe, spend hours on the practice court in preparation for competition and learn from their fellow players who all bring something else to the cultural mix.

While this sounds like a night in Olympic Village, it also describes the Arizona women's tennis team, which features eight players all born in different countries.

Led by seniors Dianne Hollands of New Zealand, Maja Mlakar of Slovenia and the lone American-born player, Kelly Perry, the squad has been transformed into its own international community thanks to the recruiting efforts of fourth-year coach Vicky Maes, herself a former Wildcat recruited from Belgium. [Read article]

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· Women's hoops tries to avenge loss to ASU
· Athlete Of The Week: Women's swim team welcomes 'fresh' face

Men deserve place in Women's Plaza
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Youth. Maturity. Reflection. The Women's Studies department is sponsoring a memorial plaza that celebrates those three stages of a woman's life. On track to be completed this spring, the Women's Plaza of Honor "will be a warm, inviting and meditative gathering place" located between Centennial Hall and the Arizona State Museum South.

As the name suggests, the purpose of the Women's Plaza is to celebrate the lives and contributions of women to the state of Arizona. Donors can dedicate a brick, tile, tree, park bench or fountain to honor a woman of their choice. [Read article]

· Guest Commentary: UA fans should take example from other schools, get creative
· 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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