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September 1, 2005

Coronado keeps rep as 'party dorm'

School has started and already the citations are flying, at least in Coronado Residence Hall.

Since students moved into the dorms, Coronado has had more alcohol- and drug-related arrests than any other on-campus residence.

Students and officials speculate the hall's large size and party reputation are the reasons behind the violations.

Between Aug. 17 and Sunday police responded to 13 drug- and alcohol-related incidents in the dorms, according to University of Arizona Police Department reports. [Read article]

· Students hear local activists on border policy
· ASUA Brief
· ASUA budgets $85,000 to club funding
· New program targets alumni connections
· Fast Facts
· Campus Dectective

photo Senior kicks it up a notch

Forward pulling double duty in team's successes

It seems that senior midfielder Mallory Miller suffers from split personalities.

Or maybe, she thrives because of them.

Maybe that is why her teammates on the Arizona women's soccer team fumble around while trying to find the right words to describe her.

"She's one of a kind," said fellow senior Nikki David, laughing in between sentences at the very mention of Miller's name. "That's the best way I can say it. She's completely different from any person I've ever known." [Read article]

· McClellan declared ineligible
· Cats unveil new uniforms tomorrow
· Baseball Notes: Lopez reloads after 7 players head to pros

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· Know your foes
· First 5 games will make or break Wildcat season
· Commentary: UA and Pac-10 go bowling for postseason berth

Books still worthy of time


As a girl, I grew up longing for the adventurous spirit of Harriet and the posh lives of the Wakefield twins. Unfortunately, these idols existed purely in fiction, slipped between the covers of "Harriet the Spy" and "Sweet Valley High."

The power of books seems immeasurable to some; others find them boring and acrimonious. Years of assigned readings have caused some students to turn their noses at pleasure reading. Yet, college life serves as the opportune time for some to embrace the pages they once rebuked or for others to reclaim the passion of their youth. [Read article]

· A lesson in knee-jerk politics
· Students can help solve disparity
· Editorial: Untapped resource on the horizon
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: September 1, 2005


As a rule of thumb, when government officials get involved with nightclubs it's usually for all the wrong reasons. This was not the case when progressive Gov. Janet Napolitano and Mayor Bob Walkup set their sights, in a good way, on Club Congress, 311 E. Congress St., for its upcoming 20th anniversary. The two politicians have both deemed the entire Labor Day weekend - throughout the Grand Canyon State - "Club Congress Weekend." [Read article]

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Ladies take stage for lesbian shorts
You Always Remember Your First Time
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Holopaw fights the good fight

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