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Wednesday, April 21, 2004
Study: UA men cheat more in class

photo Male students at the UA cheat more than twice as often as female students, according to statistics compiled by the Dean of Students Office.

Of the more than 300 cases involving academic dishonesty at the UA, nearly 70 percent involved males and 30 percent involved females.

UA officials said they aren't sure why men cheat more often than women.

"I can't say whether male students are cheating more than female students," said Alexis Hernandez, associate dean of students. "These numbers showing that males are more likely to cheat have been fairly consistent over the years and in the same ballpark as they are now." [Read article]

Nader to speak on campus today
Students protest animal testing at UMC labs
Club aims to build a biodorm at UA
Earth Day invades UA
UA alum and astronaut back on campus after 6 months in space
UA comedy troupes say rift nothing but hot air
On the spot
Lowe named National Player of Week
Versatility key to success
Women's golf jumps to 3rd at Pac-10s
Running the road less traveled
Club Sports Notes: Women's water polo edged for regional title; nationals up next

The Raucous Caucus: Minors not allowed without proper supervision
A wider lens: A barrier for Mideast peace
Guest Commentary: U.S. must learn to forgive, but not forget, Haiti
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Not as foreign as the Cannes, not as full of snow-jacketed Hollywood starlets as the Sundance, the Arizona International Film Festival still brings the best and the latest in independent filmmaking to Tucson. [Read article]

This year's spring Club Crawl might feel cozy, with zero bars on North Fourth Avenue participating in the event, leaving East Congress Street to handle all the rocking itself.

"Basically, the (Fourth Avenue) bars backed out," said Jeb Schoonover, event coordinator and Rialto Theatre owner. [Read article]

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ĪRed Ant House' author to speak at UA tonight

It's not easy for most writers to get their work printed in magazines like McSweeney's and The New Yorker. Ann Cummins, a writer and professor, grew up Irish Catholic on a Navajo reservation, a child of working-class parents. It's in sharp contrast to the decidedly more suburban, bourgeois upbringing of most writers who publish in those institutions of modern short fiction. Tonight, she'll read some of her work tonight as part of the UA Visiting Prose Writers Series. [Read article]

Staying on Top: The exes aren't evil

It's not you, it's ... no wait. It is you.

Breakups are great. The tears. The anger. And the misery of realizing you're a complete loser. [Read article]

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