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September 6, 2005

UA takes refugee students

Students displaced by the devastation of Hurricane Katrina are seeking the opportunity to continue their education at the UA.

Administrators are working with displaced students to enroll them in classes two weeks after the start of the semester and find them housing, a process President Peter Likins said will not be easy.

"It will take an enormous effort to ease this transition," Likins said. "This has been a traumatic experience for everyone." [Read article]

· Students work to raise disaster relief funds
· Quick Hits
· Bid night nets at least 20 drinking citations
· 800 Katrina victims to stay in TCC
· Students, families feel Katrina's wrath
· Road trip takes students to Utah
· Names and Faces
· Fast facts

Notes: Team hopes not to be own worst enemy again in home opener

On the heels of a "frustrating" 27-24 season-opening loss at Utah on Friday, the Arizona football team turns its attention to Saturday's home opener against NAU.

Arizona head coach Mike Stoops said in his press conference yesterday that the Wildcats (0-1) must cut down on self-imposed mistakes, a key factor in the Utah game.

"What was frustrating about the turnovers, (is) they're not forced turnovers," Stoops said. "It wasn't like someone hit our quarterback." [Read article]

· Commentary: Too early to quit on 2005 UA football
· Weekend sports recap
· Inside the ua athletes: Baseball players shoot the breeze
· Baseball notes: New-look Sancet on display
· Top Cats

Point/Counterpoint: Rehnquist's legacy


Rehnquist: Consistent decision-making?

With the recent passing of Chief Justice William Rehnquist, scholars will debate his impact on American law and attempt to portend the future of American jurisprudence.

But while conservatives will laud his deference toward state government and the Supreme Court's shift away from judicial activism, his tenure has been characterized with inconsistent decision-making in the realm of state's rights and federal responsibility. [Read article]

· Tucson: A potential tourist stop for sexual predators?
· Editorial: UApresents should focus on the black
· 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]
Tucson and campus calendar
Scatter shot
'Aristocrats' offensive fun
Tucson music scene can be seen this weekend
Ladies take stage for lesbian shorts
You Always Remember Your First Time
Nonfiction reveals interior of The Trump's jet, celebrity quirks
Holopaw fights the good fight

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