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Monday, November 7, 2005

Bears downed: UA routs UCLA 52-14


Zona Zoo goes wild, storms field in upset

Arizona Stadium was the site of the largest 2005 Homecoming week celebration for faithful Wildcat football fans.

With two minutes remaining in Saturday night’s football game and Arizona leading No. 14 UCLA 52-14, hundreds of UA students hopped the barricades and joined the team on the sidelines to revel in the upset win.

“This is one of the best fan games ever,” said senior defensive end Copeland Bryan. “It was great to hear them calling out ‘five seconds, four seconds’ when the clock was running down. They just really got into the game and helped us out.” [Read article]

· Crews mop up after Homecoming
· Groups march to honor lives lost crossing Mexico border
· Quick Hits
· Fire guts shed on University
· Fiesta Bowl queen represents UA
· Frat honors famous alum
· Senate may decide on new major
· Fast Facts

Home sweet Homecoming


Cats’ ground game tramples Bruins

Senior running back Mike Bell’s flip into the end zone in the third quarter Saturday at Arizona Stadium seemed to epitomize the struggle the Arizona football team had finally overcome: With a defender between the Wildcats and their goal, they finally got over the hump.

Bell rushed for 153 yards on 16 carries, including the touchdown, and fellow senior Gilbert Harris had a career-high 113 yards and a score, as Arizona rolled to a 52-14 upset of No. 14 UCLA in front of 55,775 fans. [Read article]

· Analysis: Wildcats demonstrate domination
· ‘Amazing’ defense stifles UCLA
· Top Cats
· Volleyball sweeps ASU again
· Game-winning shots haunt soccer in L.A.
· Women’s hoops rolls in exhibition opener
· Icecats fire away in St. Louis romps
· Senior backfield leads running renaissance

Moscow's confederate flag


Vladimir Lenin’s corpse has occupied a space at the foot the Kremlin wall for 80 years now. The time to bury him has not yet come.

After his death on Jan. 21, 1924, Lenin remained a visible presence within the Soviet Union. Not because of his communist ideology. Not because of his “workers unite” spirit. Not because of the timelessness (or lack thereof) of his theories. But thanks to his body being put on display in Moscow’s Red Square.

Within six days of his death, Lenin’s successor, Josef Stalin, had Lenin’s body embalmed and a tomb built. At 4 p.m. on Jan. 27, 1924, Lenin’s mummified corpse was “laid to rest” in the then-newly constructed dais. He remains there today. [Read article]

· 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]


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