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Tuesday, April 13, 2004
Union businesses losing money


Union budget off by $3 million; jobs, hours cut

A year ago, student union administrators threw a weeklong celebration in honor of the grand opening of the Student Union Memorial Center.

The student union's tagline, "The biggest student union in the nation without a hotel attached," touted the grandeur of the recently completed $60 million renovation and expansion enterprise.

According to a newsletter for student union employees, student union administrators entered this fiscal year, which began July 2003, "with excitement and expectations that we were entering the best fiscal year in student union history." [Read article]

Student's full-time job cut by union
Admins worried by class lock outs
New Mt. Graham mirror will help UA look deep into space
Student produces new dating show
Groups to form human Israeli flag on UA Mall
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Evil corporations, young lovers, pay toilets ... only in Urinetown

Almost anything can be turned into a hit musical. Any cartoon ("The Lion King"), any novel ("Oliver!") or any historical moment ("Miss Saigon") can make it on Broadway given the right director, music and cast. "Urinetown: The Musical," though, is probably the first musical about a bodily fluid to grace Broadway. [Read article]

If you like techno, house music, hip-hop or even a little oldies, you can enjoy the music of DJs Jon Matkin and Carlos Roldan.

Matkin and Roldan are both 30-year-old Pima Community College students who spin to their own beat every Tuesday night at Sharks, 256 E. Congress St. [Read article]

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Two students use their Īballs of steel,' bare all on campus in the activity they say requires talent and fearlessness

When some people walk across campus at the UA, they feel like something is missing. There's a huge student union, a decent basketball team, lots of red brick and a fair amount of attractive coeds. But what the university lacks is naked men running around the campus. Well, there are two guys on campus trying to fix all that.

For the purposes of this article, the men in question prefer to conceal their real names. They will be referred to by their self-administered code names: "Redman" and "Man in Black." It will all make sense soon.

Redman and Man in Black are both psychology majors and have been habitual streakers since their high school days. They started off small by running down the street naked at night, but raised the stakes when they streaked through a high school soccer game, on multiple occasions. [Read article]

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