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Tuesday, November 29, 2005

President visits Davis-Monthan AFB


Determined few turn out to protest Bush

While hundreds gathered at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base yesterday for President Bush's Tucson appearance, a dedicated group of more than 50 opponents of the administration showed up outside the event for a small protest.

Protesters gathered about 2 p.m. yesterday, 40 minutes before Bush was scheduled to speak. They assembled at the corner of East Golf Links Road and South Swan Road, outside the base's Swan Road entrance, to protest Bush's Tucson visit to talk about issues related to illegal immigration. [Read article]

· Bush outlines guest worker program
· Scholar plans to research, teach
· Art prof visits Middle East
· National trends could affect president's pay
· Quick Hits
· Fast Facts

Filling the void: Cats' center by committee


Frontcourt fivesome fills in for drafted Frye with quantity, quality

For an outsider, the task of picking the most difficult member of the Arizona men's basketball team's frontcourt to guard is not an easy one.

"I think (redshirt freshman forward) Mohamed (Tangara) is kind of like this wild man who just goes after every ball, flailing his arms around," said senior forward Isaiah Fox. "It's tough to play against him because he's so physical." [Read article]

· Saying goodbye: Seniors walking away from firm foundation
· From the booth: It's 20-12 in my book
· On the air
· Pastner's notebook: Of walk-ons and weeks off
· Thomas nabs co-freshman of year award
· Seniors Glass, Abernathy garner All-Pac-10 honors

Enlist today in the war on AIDS


Forty million people around the world are infected with HIV/AIDS. By December, 3 million will die and another 5 million will transmit the disease.

In a world full of mind-boggling technology, vast amounts of education and countries overflowing with medical and monetary resources, how does such a preventable yet ravishing disease consume the lives of that many individuals?

Here, we can fight on behalf of our fellow citizens stricken with HIV/AIDS. [Read article]

· Quit shopping at Wal-Mart
· Editorial: ASUA, GPSC squabbling misguided

Latest Issue: November 17, 2005


It seems like the perfect vehicle for a romantic farce starring Jack Black, Kirstie Alley or some other overweight comedic actor. Here's the premise: An aging, portly man down on his luck and desperate for some green, tries his hand at the gigolo business.

Scouting out his prospective clients, being the ever-astute statistician, he tries to improve his chances of scoring a meal ticket by not just sending out one letter of seduction but two, both to women who reside in the same town. He also uses the same letter verbatim, recycling the same sweet nothings but being careful enough to switch names when appropriate. [Read article]

Tucson and campus calendar
Scatter shot 
'Howl' for the Shout Out Louds
'Turtles' stands up as good B-movie
'Derailed' runs on well worn tracks
Going solo not best route
Catch the Slowburn at Emergenza
Culture Jamming brought to campus
Green Day doesn't disappoint with new DVD
Black Heart Procession vamp into town
Deerhoof defies description, set to rock Tucson
Madonna Straddles the Dance Floor A Lot

Latest Issue: November 29, 2005



Venerable Stones play to sold out crowd in Glendale

Rolling Stones fans young and old flocked to the Glendale Arena Sunday night to catch a glimpse of the venerable rock 'n' roll band as they made a stop in the Phoenix area on their A Bigger Bang World Tour.

The concert was to promote the band's newest album, A Bigger Bang, and Glendale was the 40th stop on the tour, which started earlier this year in New York City. The band has crisscrossed the country, stopping in cities like Portland, Ore., Los Angeles, San Francisco and Boston. Even Duke University was a stop on the tour. [Read article]


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