Alcohol poisoning leads to Res-Life email accusations
An alcohol poisoning incident last month prompted a UA Residence Life official to allege in an e-mail message that members of ousted fraternity Zeta Beta Tau may have drugged a female student. But ZBT members said the female student, who lives in Coronado Residence Hall, did not drink or ingest drugs at the Sept. 12 fraternity gathering. And UA Dean of Students Melissa Vito said there was no evidence to support the accusations aired in the e-mail.

Wild play earns Wildcats another win
SEATTLE - It took an acrobatic flip into the endzone by sophomore quarterback Ortege Jenkins for the Arizona Wildcats to exorcise the demons of the Washington Huskies Saturday night at Husky Stadium. In a game where the No. 10 Wildcats (5-0 overall, 2-0 Pacific 10 Conference) were without senior All-American cornerback Chris McAlister due to an NCAA rules violation and senior wide receiver Jeremy McDaniel, who suffered a groin pull in the third quarter, the Wildcats did manage to survive in the end for a thrilling 31-28 victory.

Too much PC, not enough bluntness
In my never-ending quest to bring you, the reading public, the latest information on life-relevant events, defined as anything I can squeeze an 800 word article out of, I bring you Part One of what is to be a continuous exploration of Idiots In Power. So let's begin. Ahem! Kill all the blind people.

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