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Delta Delta Delta celebrates life, mourns death of sister

The women of Delta Delta Delta would like to thank the university community for their overwhelming support in our time of need. A week ago, we lost one of our sisters whose contributions were not just to our sorority, but also to the University of Arizona as a whole. Marissa Eileen Kinney was a fun-loving, gifted and spirited young woman whose love for life touched everyone around her. She will be deeply missed by her sisters. The death of Marissa will be felt not only by our chapter, but also by the athletic department and UA. [Read article]

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UA united in spirit without championship

Some say the madness shows up just in time for March. In Tucson, though, it spans over six months.

Even in the wake of a gut-wrenching defeat, like that which the Arizona men's basketball team suffered Saturday at the hands of Kansas, it is refreshing to see a common bond among such a large contingent of the UA community.

This season, like so many others, kicked off in late October with the students' scramble to purchase tickets to see the nation's premier college program. Despite the riot-esque behavior of some fans who were waiting in line, the fact that so many care so much about a "simple game" shows how lucky UA students and the Tucson community actually are. [Read article]

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photo Support, dissent and assembly necessary

It wasn't a large protest, not even by Albuquerque standards by any estimate, fewer than 600 demonstrators were in attendance. And while some tempers in the impromptu crowd ran high the United States had just launched its attack on Iraq it is unlikely that many of those present expected that the March 20th gathering outside the University of New Mexico bookstore would end in violence.

But as the crowd attempted to march toward downtown Albuquerque, they were met by more than a hundred heavily armed police officers. When the marchers refused orders to leave the streets, the police responded by firing tear gas and pepper balls, then wading into the scattering protesters with batons at the ready. [Read article]

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