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Friday, February 4, 2005

ASUA expects spirited campaign

Originally expecting a large turnout for student government applications, student leaders are still hopeful for an intense campaign despite the disappointment of receiving less than half of the response they intended.

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona election commission received 33 applications for all four elected positions, a little more than half of the applications that were picked up.

"I followed up with each person who picked up an application to see if I could help them with anything and answer any questions" said Adam Falck, ASUA election commissioner. "Only about half of them came through." [Read article]

· New club proposes solar cellson campus
· Students advocate for Black History Month
· Agriculture gets a deal from a deere friend
· Chlamydia widespread, easily overlooked
· UMC fitness seminars emphasize healthy lifestyle changes
· Likins, students request reinstatement of support
· Word Up
· Fast facts

Cats back in business in McKale

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Arizona bullies Cal for early 28-7 lead, takes back home court in win

Arizona men's basketball head coach Lute Olson had the scores from the 1987-88 squad posted in the players' lockers before they came in to dress for last night's game against California.

He said he wanted them to understand what home court advantage in McKale Center was all about - the 1987-88 team's margin of victory at home was 23.5 points, and the games were usually over within the first 10 minutes of play. [Read article]

· ANALYSIS: Cats jump on top early don't let Bears off mat
· Sloppy Cats fall to Stanford on road
· Wildcats seeks new start in Pepsi Classic
· Cats open season at home against familiar foe
· Women's, men's tennis teams look to sweep home meets
· Icecats take upset-win momentum into Tempe
· Track and field brings momentum to Flagstaff
· Gymcats seek high scores against Cal in Berkeley

Fallacies from the religious right
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Peter is an imposing figure. On this sunny Arizona afternoon, his sleeves are rolled up and small streams of sweat disappear behind his mirrored sunglasses. Gesticulating with one hand and clutching a Bible in the other, he speaks in insistent tones, the coiled muscles in his jaw clenching and relaxing with the cadence of his speech. Even in the heat, Peter doesn't pause for water (Peter isn't his real name, which he declined to give).

"This university is spreading lies!" he exclaims from Alumni Plaza, snatching up a copy of the Wildcat and pointing to the offending article a feature on students and pornography. He pauses for a beat, sensing students' indifference, before switching rhetorical gears. [Read article]

· Commentary: Kidz Korner is great, but parents deserve more
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: January 27, 2005


 

Before newspapers had photographs, they had illustrations. And before John Wayne ever captured the southwest on the silver screen, Maynard Dixon did with his drawings and paintings.

Dixon, whose career spanned from 1897 to 1942, is still being honored in not one, but two exhibits at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. [Read article]

Tucson and Campus Calendar
Film
'Bright Leaves' director blows into Loft
Tara Reid goes it 'Alone'
'Assassination' is devastating
A forgotten story is finally remembered
Music
Bright Eyes
Funk wizard Ozlo celebrates debut CD
Food
Chicken Kitchen delivers
Liveculture (Latest Issue: February 1, 2005)
All in the hips
Commentary: Belly dancers and strippers no one and the same
 

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