Arizona Daily Wildcat Online
useful links
  UA home page
  Student Link


High: 85°
Low: 55°


|  Opinions  |  Sports  |  Go Wild  |  Live Culture  |  Police Beat  |  Datebook

Comics  |  Crossword  |  Special Sections  |  Photo Spreads  |  Classifieds

The Wildcat

Letter to the Editor
Wildcat Staff
Job Openings
Advertising Info
Student Media
Arizona Student Media Info
Student TV
Student Radio
The Desert Yearbook
Daily Wildcat Staff Alumni

Thursday, November 3, 2005

Protest calls for Bush to resign


Students, Tucsonans march downtown

Students were urged to drop their pens and ditch their plans yesterday afternoon to march in protest of the Bush administration and the war in Iraq.

About 60 students and Tucsonans gathered on the Alumni Plaza and marched to South Church Avenue and West Congress Street in protest against the Bush regime.

Protesters said they were upset about several of Bush’s actions including those relating to Iraq, women’s rights, the Patriot Act and the relief response to Hurricane Katrina. [Read article]

· UA seeks long-term fiscal security
· Sociology professor given $1 million for church study
· Pharmacists on campus fill Plan B prescriptions
· Campus briefs
· Job far from completed, Likins says
· Quick Hits
· Fast Facts

RED-BLUE GAME: New season, new skills


Cats hope practice pays off as position battles abound

After slightly more than two weeks of practices, the No. 9 Arizona men’s basketball team is set to unveil its fast breaks, its pressure defense and a few entries to the highlight reel in the Pepsi Red-Blue Game tonight at 7 in McKale Center.

For many of the players, it’s about time.

“We’re ready to get some games going. We’ve had too much practice, six days a week,” said junior center Kirk Walters. “We’re all prepared, and we’re ready to get the season going.” [Read article]

· Football Q&A: Spencer Larsen
· Commentary: Will mob rule rise again?
· On the air
· SoCal in their hearts
· Women’s golf takes fourth in Las Vegas
· Dave’s diary: Team brings ‘A’ game in practices as season nears
· RED-blue game analysis: Matchups to watch

Pharmacists don’t have right to deny


To steal a phrase from President Kennedy, Tucsonans sought redress in the streets last week after a pharmacist refused to fill a rape victim’s prescription for emergency contraception because of moral objections.

Picket signs were unfurled in front of the Fry’s pharmacy where the woman was turned away, and one demonstrator was quoted in this newspaper as saying that the victim “was not only raped sexually, but raped by a pharmacist’s religious convictions.” [Read article]

· (Wo)Men in black
· Alltel tells a lot
· Editorial: Give UA its money back
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: November 3, 2005


An ailing king. An irresponsible and callous young heir. Threats of rebellion and treacherous competitors plying for a throne that has already been usurped. This is the world of “Henry IV Parts I & II,” one of Shakespeare’s historical plays. It is in this setting that Shakespeare recreates the atmosphere of England struggling to assert itself after the murder of the innocent Richard II by Henry IV. Civil war looms from all sides and Henry, despite poor health, attempts to hold together his country and prepare his seemingly unreliable son Hal to take over in his stead. [Read article]
· Tucson and campus calendar  
· Scatter shot
· ‘The Weather Man’ is a shit storm
· ‘Good Night’ captures old fear
· Subplots abound in homage to Forster novel
· 50 Cent set to ‘Massacre’ theaters Friday
· You always remember your first time: Turning a new leaf
· UA group to jazz up Crowder Hall
· Professor taking ethnomusicology to Mexico
· American Analog Set say farewell for now
· Adult. invite ‘Trouble’
· The Clientele bring plush, London-pop to town
· Boondocks

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]


Wildcat Daily Digest
Get the headlines in your inbox
Housing Guide
Restaurant and Bar Guide
UA TV - Channel 3

5 pm
UATV: Daily Dose

6 pm
UATV: Wildcast

6:30 pm

7 pm
I Heart Huckabees

9:30 pm
Miracle on 34th Street

11:30 pm
The Notebook

Show Schedule

Interview Archives

Desert Yearbook

Webmaster -
© Copyright 2005 - The Arizona Daily Wildcat - Arizona Student Media