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Friday, October 28, 2005

Shouting Loud: Protesters decry pill refusal to rape victim


Pharmacist's decision sparks demonstration

UA students protested outside a grocery store yesterday speaking out against pharmacists who denied a 20-year-old rape victim from getting her prescription for emergency contraception filled.

Students and other members of the community displayed posters and signs to passing vehicles at the demonstration, held at Fry's Food and Drug Store, 3920 E. Grant Road, where the woman was denied her prescription. [Read article]

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Beaver blitz may await Tuitama


Freshman quarterback to start tomorrow against Oregon State

With 8:14 left in the first quarter of the Arizona football team's 28-21 loss to Oregon on Saturday, freshman quarterback Willie Tuitama entered the game and sparked not only the crowd but also the Wildcats.

Tuitama brought Arizona back from a 21-0 deficit to tie the game at 21 and finished the night 18-of-34 for 182 yards, two scores and an interception.

The performance earned Tuitama the start tomorrow at 1 p.m. against Oregon State (4-3, 2-2 Pacific 10 Conference) at Reser Stadium. [Read article]

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· Bear Down Blitz: WR Hass brings big stats in matchup with Cats 'D'
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Red and blue is the new black and white


For generations, lines have been drawn, segregating people from each other on grounds of color and gender. The "separate but equal" fight against black people in the first half of the 20th century is a perfect example of segregation based on a simple fact: black or white.

The black community has persevered and is now generally afforded the same luxuries as any other American community. Gender wars have also raged on for more than a century in the U.S., and women have fought an uphill battle to receive the rights given to them as citizens. [Read article]

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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]
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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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