UA bookstore plans to cut Pocket Money
Pocket Money, a CatCard payment system, will be rejected next semester at the UA Associated Students Bookstore because it is a "pain to deal with," a university official said yesterday. Frank Farias, the store's director, said the campus bookseller will soon stop accepting Pocket Money to purchase books and other merchandise.

Transfers should be key to Icecats' season
When the Arizona Icecats skate back into action Oct. 9-10 against Minot State at the Tucson Convention Center, the majority of the players on the team will be freshmen or transfers. "I am pretty pleased with our recruits and we feel we have a lot of depth," Icecats head coach Leo Golembiewski said.

Crap, it must be lunch time
What are your plans for lunch today? Oh, the struggle we must endure each and every day deciding what incredible tastes we might entice ourselves with at the UA. This afternoon, 35,000 students and faculty will have to either make the trek off campus or decide to make do with what is available, while seconds are impatiently ticking toward the next class. What kind of options do we have?

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