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September 7, 2005

TCC awaits Katrina's victims


Cots, donations and volunteers at the Tucson Convention Center are awaiting the arrival of hundreds of displaced citizens from Hurricane Katrina, officials said.

Hurricane victims were expected to show up at the Tucson Convention Center yesterday, but the arrival has been delayed yet another day, said Sgt. Mark Robinson, public information officer of the Tucson Police Department.

Officials and volunteers do not know where the people will be coming from, only that they were affected by the hurricane, Robinson said. [Read article]

· UA undeterred by rising gas costs
· Beware of fake charities
· Study: College coursework easier for women
· Stress spurs health problems, depression in college students
· Professor Profile: Art, pop culture merging under new curator
· Possible egg switch could raise costs
· Online system will help identify struggling students early in term
· Fast Facts

Sophomores lead soccer revival


For years, the Arizona women's soccer team was a laughingstock, consistently languishing near the bottom of the Pacific 10 Conference standings.

That was until head coach Dan Tobias reloaded his defense with the recruiting class of 2004.

With sophomore goalie McCall Smith and second-year defenders Claire Bodiya and Kaity Heath playing nearly every minute last season, the Wildcats broke a slew of school records.

Arizona also tied for the school's first conference championship and nearly doubled the team's season-high win total with a 15-win campaign. [Read article]

· NAU can't be overlooked
· From the Booth: For J-Mac, choice was math or dad
· From CDO to UA: Volleyball taps local talent pipeline
· Volleyball notes
· Pastner's Notebook: Shakur, Rodgers impress in workouts

KAMP's future: Podcasting


Rooting for KAMP Student Radio is a lot like rooting for the Arizona Cardinals. Everyone in town wants them to succeed. How cool would it be to have a good football team or widely distributed student radio? But sometimes it just seems like the obstacles are too great.

KAMP's main challenge has always been that it doesn't have the funds for a strong FM antenna. Instead they have a weak AM one, 1520 AM, that only works around the university. But alas, even that has issues. Several of the taller buildings on campus actually block the signal, so it's not widely available. [Read article]

· Minutemen show stamina in the media
· Letter from Siberia: Without words
· 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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