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August 30, 2005

Religious groups funded by ASUA


ASUA gave out more than $2,000 to the Priority College Ministry last week, saying although they cannot support an actual religious organization, they support religious events on campus as long as there is a substantial amount of student interest.

Erin Hertzog, Arizona Students of the University of Arizona executive vice president, said ASUA's aim is to help support student interest on campus, and they want to financially support events rather than the clubs or organizations themselves. [Read article]

· Board will set criteria for Likins' successor
· GPSC wants in on pres. search
· Lab: Water runs dry across Ariz.
· Committee helps deal with complaints, disputes
· Latin American Studies names new director
· Fast Facts

Race for Heisman starts early


Freshman wins trip to New York in EA video game tourney

Get those thumbs ready - it's football season.

Video game giant Electronic Arts Sports visited the UA Mall yesterday afternoon, touting a series of Xbox booths and showcasing the Heisman Trophy as part of the EA Sports NCAA Football Challenge 2005.

While the Wildcats' football season doesn't begin until Friday, 121 UA students showed up to test their skills in the new game NCAA Football 2006 and compete for a trip to New York City and a chance to win $10,000. [Read article]

· Solid gold at Pac-10 Media Day
· 2005 Arizona Football: Veterans hope to bolster Wildcat special teams
· Football Notes: Stoops preaches red-zone efficiency against Utah
· Volleyball Notes: No harm, no foul: Rubio happy with team's health

Seeing mom more than going home for one student


They say that you don't miss something until it's gone, and for thousands of new UA students, that something is parents.

Maybe it's the inevitability of having to learn to cook and do laundry. Maybe it's the realization that you have to pay for everything. Or for students from north Scottsdale, it may be that their dorm room is about the size of the closet in their parents' house.

Indeed, college is usually the time where parents go from enemy to best friend. But for one UA student, it was the time he first became acquainted. [Read article]

· 'Morning-after' pill approval still coitus interruptus
· Editorial: Students lacking on presidential search group

Latest Issue: August 25, 2005


It's coming to a theater near you

"The Aristocrats" is probably the most star-studded film in Hollywood history. But surprisingly, what's drawing critics and audiences alike to this homemade film is its reputation for being one of those indescribable films that you have to see for yourself to understand.

This may be because it is a film of another color, one that doesn't quite fall into any category of cinema. It centers around one joke, the oldest and coincidentally the dirtiest joke in history, told and performed by some of the best-known comedians in the world. [Read article]

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