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Friday, October 15, 2004

McCain, Starky to debate at Gallagher

Senate contenders square off on student issues today

Students will have the chance to engage in national politics at a town hall debate on campus today.

Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) and Stuart Starky, his opponent in the upcoming election for U.S. Senate, will square off today to conquer issues that effect college students.

The debate will be in Gallagher Theater at 4 p.m and will have a town hall format similar to the presidential debate in St. Louis last week. [Read article]

· Dean: Big turnout key for Kerry
· First grocery store opens on campus
· Students could have hard time finding flu shots
· Holy month of Ramadan begins today; Islamic Center hosts services
· 'Oasis' offers self-defense classes for UA women
· Word Up
· Fast facts

Voting should be based on more than politics

As the presidential election nears, the majority of people already know who they are going to vote for, while a small mass of undecided voters are still trying to decide whether they should breathe in or breathe out first. Analyzing each candidate's stance on political issues is somewhat important, but not as important as examining the non-political issues.

Before choosing a final candidate for the office of president of the United States, everyone should first consider: "Which presidential candidate would make for a funnier impersonation on 'Saturday Night Live?'" [Read article]

· Voting should be based on more than politics
· Mailbag

Football: Cats still itching for first Pac-10 win

Senior center Fraser leads UA against Ducks

Perhaps the only encouragement for the Arizona football team last weekend in its 37-17 loss to UCLA came from the combined efforts of running backs Mike Bell, Gilbert Harris and Chris Henry. The trio rushed for 258 yards and were the only reasons why the Wildcats matched the Bruins on the scoreboard in the second half.

This, after a career performance from Bruins quarterback Drew Olson (17-25, 235 yards, 4 touchdowns), amid nine first-half penalties and a 20-point halftime deficit for the Wildcats. [Read article]

· Football: Cats still itching for first Pac-10 win
· Opponent Analysis: Oregon offense looking for hey-'Day' vs. UA
· Staff Picks: This weekend in college football
· Basketball: Wildcats to retire Bibby's jersey
· Volleyball at home for set with WSU, No. 1 UW
· Pair of Bay Area battles on tap for No. 24 soccer
· Softball set for annual fall exhibition tourney
· Midnight Madness: One on one with "Dream Job's" Zach Selwyn
· Cross country heads to Indiana for pre-NCAAs
· Wild West Water Show hits Hillenbrand Aquatic Center tomorrow

Latest Issue: October 14, 2004


More than 100 years before Oscar Wilde's "The Importance of Being Earnest," Richard Brinsley Sheridan set a precedent for witty plays about mistaken identities, meddling in idealized love and competing for amorous attentions.

"The Rivals," first produced in 1775 and considered one of the great English comedies of manners, will vie for your affection this month in the UA's Laboratory Theatre.  [ Read article]

· Tucson and Campus Calendar
· 'South Park' creator combines action, puppets
· 'Lights' dives into HS football
· 'Taxi' an instant American classic
· Club Crawl invades downtown
· Fiery Furnace to scorch Club Congress
· CD Reviews: R.E.M., Marilyn Manson, The Delgados
· Rating the singles
· Ingram Hill get plushy in Tucson
· Tucson palm trees and a Carbon Leaf
· Hi-Tea at the Poetry Center

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