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September 14, 2005

Student asks for assault arrests

A UA student beaten up at a party last month said he is unhappy and confused as to why police have failed to arrest anyone despite his pleas to press charges against one of his assailants.

Jeff Van Horn, a psychology sophomore, said he was jumped by a group of eight to 10 men early Aug. 28 at the Stone Avenue Standard apartment complex, 1136 N. Stone Ave.

Van Horn said he sustained injuries from the attack and sought out immediate treatment at University Medical Center. [Read article]

· Katrina evacuees cause concern
· Plaza dedicated to UA benefactor
· Poetry center welcomes exiled poet
· Campus Briefs: ASA begins lower book price campaign
· An insider's view of law and the courts
· Quick Hits
· Names and Faces: Movers and shakers on campus
· Fast Facts

Glass set to end career with a bang


Kim Glass strided over to the edge of the court, jumped aboard a skateboard and proceeded to ride across the McKale Center floor, listening to the screams of teammates observing their leader's season possibly flashing before their very eyes.

As the 6-foot-3 senior with a sore shoulder landed safely on the ground a few feet later, she walked off the court with a confidence befitting a player who has done everything for the No. 20 Arizona women's volleyball team over the past four years but set up the nets. [Read article]

· Pastner's Notebook: Walters, Radenovic filling void left by Frye
· Soccer Notes: David earns Pac-10 player of the week
· Football Notes: Motorin' Krogstad steps in for injured teammates
· Candrea, Lowe mourn loss of Olympic softball

Point/counterpoint: Politicizing Hurricane Katrina


A federal failure

Mike Morefield

The United States has suffered the greatest natural disaster in its history, and the federal government failed the one group of people they have been instituted to protect by the social contract - Americans. After watching people clinging to their roofs for days and sitting in a conference center without being delivered water, "give me your poor, your tired, your hungry" just doesn't ring as true. [Read article]

· The economics of border security
· Mall rants: Where you can shout about anything and everything
· 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.

Latest Issue: September 13, 2005


The sun rose above the Rincon Mountains Sunday morning as the members of the Arizona Wildcat Off-Road club revved up for their annual trek to Chivo Falls.

The 60 club members and guests piled into 24 four-wheel-drive vehicles, ranging from stock pick-up trucks to jeeps.

These trucks are a source of passion for the men and women who make up the core of the group. Their vehicles all began as stock without modifications, but enthusiasts soon begin adding adjustments. [Read article]


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