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Sunday, November 6, 2005
Cats maul Bruins on Homecoming

As the clock ticked down to triple zeros Saturday, and the Arizona football had sealed a 52-17 upset over No. 7 UCLA, fans at Arizona Stadium stormed the grass and celebrated with the players, then carred senior running back Mike Bell off the field.

 "Our fans have stayed positive through it all," Stoops said. "It was nice to win on Homecoming and do that for the fans."

Bell ran for 154 yards, and backfield mate Gilbert Harris added 112 more, as the Wildcats rolled over the Bruins. [Read article]

Homecoming upset a celebration for players, fans

For the Wildcat football faithful, Arizona Stadium was the site of the biggest of all of the 2005 Homecoming week celebrations. With two minutes remaining last night and Arizona leading No. 7 UCLA 52-14, hundreds of Arizona students swarmed onto the sidelines to revel in the upset win.

And as freshman quarterback Willie Tuitama knelt to run off the final seconds, the red mob charged onto the field.

"We took (the stadium) over, and now we're taking over the whole town," said fan Kelly Peters, 24. "The Wildcats are hot like wasabi." [Read article]


Friday, November 4, 2005

2 suspected of KUAT theft

Search warrant nets 42-inch plasma TV, 2 laptops, stereo equipment

Two 20-year-olds were arrested Wednesday after police found thousands of dollars in stolen equipment at their home, some of which is believed to be UA property, police said.

Daniel Warner Wade and James Michael Miller were charged with theft by control of stolen property and possession of marijuana for transportation or sale, said Sgt. Eugene Mejia, University of Arizona Police Department spokesman. [Read article]

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· University tackles party problems
· Quick Hits
· Campus briefs
· Controversial screenwriters talk to media students today
· Fast Facts
· It's music to Wildcat alumni's ears
· Restrictions could hurt fun, students say
· Homecoming weekend calendar of events

BEAR DOWN BLITZ: Fiesty Cats battle unbeaten Bruins


Unbeaten Bruins haven't lost to Arizona since 20xx

The Arizona football team comes into tomorrow's Homecoming game against UCLA in somewhat unfamiliar territory.

It has nothing to do with the Bruins' No. 7 national ranking - the Wildcats have already played four Top-25 teams this season.

It has more to do with the win Arizona is coming off.

For just the second time this season and the sixth in head coach Mike Stoops' tenure, the Wildcats (2-6, 1-4 Pacific 10 Conference) enter a game after winning the previous week, as they did Saturday at Oregon State. [Read article]

· Red-Blue Game wrapup: Upperclassmen triumph by 20
· Volleyball seeks to keep heat on Devils
· Soccer's title hopes rest on SoCal sweep
· Women's hoops to battle D-II power Pomona in exhibition
· Alumni staff picks
· Red-Blue game analysis: McClellan draws strength from late father after injury
· 2005 Arizona Hall of Fame: UA HoF to induct 12
· Icecats head to St. Louis
· Opponent Analysis: Coach, offense ignite rapid Bruin turnaround
· Bear Down Blitz: Freshman turning heads

Iraq's export: terrorists


The Iraq war has raised questions about war atrocities, the Geneva Convention and urban warfare. It has brought into question the ability and training of our soldiers and their ability to fight isolated insurgents in urban environments, which many say is the new battlefield. No longer will lumbering tanks lined in rows face off against their Soviet counterparts.

These are all issues that have been brought to the front of the news, brought to the people who can solve problems. But there is one issue that has been pushed aside: Iraq has become a training ground for terrorists to hone their skills. The main exports of Iraq will not be oil; it will be trained terrorists. [Read article]

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· Pass/Fail: See if these ideas make the grade
· 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]
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· 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]


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