Packed dorms lead UA to area apts.
UA Residence Life officials are considering purchasing a campus-area apartment complex to house an overflow of students applying to live in the dorms next semester. Casa Feliz apartments, 1201 E. Drachman St., could be sold to the University of Arizona for $5.1 million pending Arizona Board of Regents approval on Thursday. "We can see that, once again, demand for housing on campus will be very high," said James Van Arsdel, Residence Life director. "They (the owners) heard that we were tight on space, and they came to us. We're one community and people talk with each other."

Rocky road ahead for softball team
All eight of the Pacific 10 Conference softball teams were ranked in the top 13 nationally in the coaches poll last week, and this weekend the three teams leading the polls go head-to-head in doubleheaders as the No. 2 Wildcats travel to No. 1 UCLA tomorrow and No. 4 Washington Sunday.

Editorial: Course content warnings make a mockery of education
Warning: This course contains content someone deemed objectionable, or may deem so. This is justification enough for one of the most ludicrous proposals yet in this season of ludicrous proposals: a warning label on courses judged potentially offensive. The ridiculousness started when a parent back in Phoenix wrote to the Arizona Republic against a course her child opted for and complained to her legislator.

Did you partake in the eating of the snow in Tucson yesterday?

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Today: Mostly sunny and windy. Highs in the middle 60s. South wind to 10 mph in the morning, becoming west and increasing 15 to 25 mph with occasional gusts to 30 mph, producing areas of blowing dust. Tonight, mostly clear with diminishing wind. Cooler, with lows in the middle to upper 30s.

"I used to think the brain was the most fascinating part of the body Then I realized what was telling me that."
Steven Wright

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