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Wednesday, October 27, 2005

Student found dead in union


19-year-old man falls from upper level; no signs of foul play found

A student's body was found in the basement of the Student Union Memorial Center yesterday morning.

A UA employee discovered the body of Gregory Thomas Bauer near Cellar in Wilbur's Underground around 6 a.m.

Police arrived shortly after, and the student was pronounced dead at the scene by the Tucson Fire Department, said Sgt. Eugene Mejia, University of Arizona Police Department spokesman. [Read article]

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· Telescope's eye catches first look at close galaxy
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2005 swim and dive preview: Seniors rising to challenge


Record setters, veterans expecting 'best year yet'

After third-place finishes in the NCAA Championships in March, the Arizona swimming and diving teams are looking to their seniors to make up what little ground remains in the national rankings.

"Everyone is really excited to start racing," said senior Marshi Smith. "This is going to be our best year yet."

Arizona swimming head coach Frank Busch returns a variety of talented veterans whose performances should steer the teams' courses this season. [Read article]

· Volleyball hopes for McKale advantage
· Young Cats administer defense
· Gaub's gospel: Where have you gone, Tedy Bruschi?
· On the air

Wake up, meek! Your inheritance has finally come in!


"Blessed are the meek: for they shall inherit the earth." - Matthew 5:5

Out of all the verses in the Bible, this is one of the most quoted. Its original meaning was, roughly, that those who struggle in life are truly fortunate because they will eventually become more virtuous through their toil.

But, unfortunately, the Bible doesn't go into what is supposed to happen after this occurs.

And therein lies one of the most annoying aspects of modern American culture: Nowadays, everyone wants to be a victim and struggling, in and of itself, has somehow become a virtue. [Read article]

· Editorial: Won't you be my neighbor?
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Latest Issue: October 27, 2005


Artists are continually breaking the barriers between two-dimensional and three-dimensional art. Back in the day, artists only created pieces that could be classified as either a painting or a sculpture, but these days contemporary artists are constantly finding new ways to combine them, using various materials in innovative ways. Newer forms of art have emerged, like installations, which transform an entire space or room and can be experienced instead of just seen by the viewer. [Read article]
Tucson and campus calendar
Scatter shot
Bluegrass comes to Tucson
You always remember your first time: But there are times I don't remember
Classical guitar all the rage at UA
UA alumna combines art, writing
Halloween: Because not being you is a good thing
What to watch for Halloween
True life better than the movie
Motion City Soundtrack keeps busy
The Detroit Cobras light our fire

Latest Issue: October 25, 2005



Are you scared yet?

That time of year is approaching once again. The days are no longer endless, and tank tops are being replaced with long sleeves. But along with chilly nights comes one juicy holiday.

Ghosts and goblins are not just a thing of our childhood. In fact, Halloween seems to get better as we reach our adolescence. We are no longer restricted to a two-hour window of trick-or-treating and parents forcing us to bed with the ultimate sugar high. Now, Halloween is yet another reason to party. [Read article]


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