The Arizona Board of Regents yesterday approved project initiations for two campus construction projects.
University of Arizona officials will now begin planning for the $4.74 million expansion of Park Student Union and the $9 million expansion of the Ina E. Gittings dance facility.
A trip to New York City is on the line tonight as Arizona hosts New Mexico State in the second round of the Preseason National Invitation Tournament.
Tip-off is at 9:30 at McKale Center, with the winner spending the Thanksgiving holiday in the Big Apple for the Preseason NIT final four.
The two former Border Conference teams have a storied history, dating back to the 1916-17 season.
When Pima County Superior Court Judge Stephen Villarreal released his ruling this week, he did nothing but restate what was clear from the outset - UA President Peter Likins should not have fired Alzheimer's researcher Marguerite Kay in the first place.
Kay, a former UA microbiology and immunology professor, was dismissed in 1998 in response to a Committee on Academic Freedom and Tenure's finding that she falsified research on Alzheimer's disease.
In this week before the official start of the Christmas season - and the start of the Christmas blockbusters - there remains a small window of opportunity to see some of the less popular movies from the summer that may have been missed but were worth a look. For example, at the GKC cinemas 4690 N. Oracle Road, "Inspector Gadget" and "The Thomas Crown Affair" still play nightly.
"Every piece of wood in that pile is unstable and every piece of wood that moves affects other pieces of lumber."
-Bart Humphreys of the College Station Fire Department. A mountain of logs built for the annual Texas A&M bonfire toppled on students who were constructing the pyramid, leaving nine dead.
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