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September 8, 2005

100 parking spots still available


There are more than 1,000 students on the Zone 1 waiting list this year, but there are also 100 permits still available for a different parking lot, officials said.

Patrick Kass, director of Parking and Transportation Services, said to ease parking problems, about 1,070 Zone 1 parking spaces south of Sixth Street were removed this semester and turned into a new parking zone.

But some Zone 1 students are still parking in the old spaces and wasting time circling full lots, Kass said. [Read article]

· Zona Zoo policies revamped
· Delta Chi seeks UA recognition
· Text prices aid student programs
· Campus Briefs
· Fast Facts

Fast first impression


Speedster Thomas makes mark on receiving corps

Arizona football head coach Mike Stoops might have a good reason for closing the Wildcats' daily practices from now on.

Stoops could have a secret weapon in freshman receiver Mike Thomas, and if opponents want to get a head start on containing the DeSoto, Texas, native, the practice field would be the place to start.

"He plays exactly how he practices - full speed," said Arizona wide receivers coach Charlie Williams. "He's very confident in what he does. He listens. He learns. He works to get better every day." [Read article]

· The Rover: Hey football fans, Cats need you in the stadium
· Soccer eyes road victory against struggling Princeton
· Cats head into match undefeated

Mosquitoes eating you up? Eradicate 'em!


I hate mosquitoes.

I never see them coming until after they've lunched on my plasma, and then afterward I get unsightly red welts to deal with for the next week or so that, by their very existence, compel me to scratch them in the most socially inappropriate of situations.

Even worse, mosquitoes are huge carriers of diseases such as the dreaded West Nile virus, not to mention the perennially threatening malaria, the scarily named dengue fever and many more. [Read article]

· Can I get an 'amen'?
· Writing in the margins: Misperceptions plague Muslim students
· Editorial: Shine, heat aren't off Stoops yet
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: September 8, 2005


"Breakin'" is the title of the laughable '80s film about the burgeoning dance craze known as break dancing. (Its ever so sweet tagline: "For the break of your life! Push it to pop it! Rock it to lock it! Break it to make it!") " [Read article]
· Tucson and campus calendar
· Austin's Deathray Davies work harder than you do
· Local treasure Luca wins again
· 'Witness' glimpse into personal life of Chávez
· 'Gardener' Oscar-worthy flick
· Scatter Shot
· 'Transport' out of the theater
· Larry David is out of control
· New Jersey Beatles-inspired rock
· Some glimpses of talent in Kola Koca Death Squad
· Don't feed the mountain lions.

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