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Tuesday, November 8, 2005

Feminists advocate self-love


Vibrators, lubricant help women get comfortable with their bodies

Members of the UA Network of Feminist Student Activists raffled off vibrators and gave out personal lubricant in the name of women's safety yesterday.

In celebration of "Love Your Body Day," feminist members had a booth on the UA Mall and sold raffle tickets for two "high-end" vibrators donated to the event by Fascinations, a local adult novelty shop.

The student feminists told passers-by that the $2 raffle tickets were a good deal for a chance to win one of two vibrators valued at either $70 or $140. [Read article]

· ASA backs lower text prices
· Hookup hotspot: UA ranked No. 6 in national poll
· Senate strong despite absence of 2 senators
· Africana studies major added to curriculum
· Campus Briefs: Murder rate consistent on campus
· Quick Hits
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Crowning a champion


Induction honors 1997 Final Four star Simon

It would be hard to find any player who has meant as much as to the Arizona basketball program as Miles Simon, and for his achievements and accomplishments, the 1997 Final Four Most Outstanding Player was inducted into the University of Arizona Sports Hall of Fame on Friday.

As he stood on the field at halftime of Arizona's Homecoming football game against UCLA the next night, Simon's name was called along with the names of seven other athletes and the 1997 women's swimming 200-yard freestyle relay team. [Read article]

· Football Notes: Cats control trenches in battle against Bruins
· Soccer wins return trip to tourney
· On the air
· Golf's Denton driven by attitude
· From the booth: Bruin beatdown wasn't an upset - just ask the Cats

Dunbar, Ronstadt bring new ideas


City Council members Kathleen Dunbar and Fred Ronstadt have offered fresh perspectives to Tucson.

Together they have voted to make Tucson a better place to live by hiring more firefighters and police officers and improving our roads. Thanks to their work, Tucson is well on its way to finally meeting the national average of 2.4 police officers per 100,000 residents.

They have voted to encourage the use of solar energy by giving limited fee waivers to homeowners or homebuilders who install solar arrays on their homes. [Read article]

· Finding privacy in the digital age
· Editorial: Get well, student senators
· 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: November 8, 2005



Tucsonans celebrate life, honor dead during annual All Souls Procession

Thousands of revelers filled the streets of downtown Tucson on Sunday to celebrate the 16th annual All Souls Procession.

The procession is a nonmotorized parade featuring more than 1,000 dancers, drummers, floats and fire dancers who marched downtown from the corner of East University Boulevard and North Fourth Avenue. [Read article]


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