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Friday, October 29, 2004

Election politics lead to tension, crime on campus

From protesters at the Michael Moore speech to pie throwers at the Ann Coulter speech, students say the election is causing political tensions between students and dividing the campus.

On Oct. 20, a student's window with a Kerry/Edwards poster in it was damaged at Sky View Apartments, 1050 E. Eighth St.

Silke Anderson, political science freshman, said she and her roommate were sleeping when they heard a loud crash at the window around 5:30 a.m. [Read article]

· Alumni plaza: Plaza to be dedicated tonight
· 'Band kid' celebrates 11 years with marching band
· Popular courses fill in minutes
· Watts out of hospital
· Golden twirler to be honored at homecoming
· Student Showcase highlights UA's scholarly research
· Student tries to increase fan involvement
· Greek-or-Treat dampened by rain
· Rock the Vote brings bands, speakers to Himmel Park
· First in college, student aims to make family proud
· Student-run group puts community service first
· Fast facts
· Homecoming Calendar

Halloween a time for fun and death photo

Each year on Oct. 31, everyone across this land of hot dogs and freedom fries takes time out of their busy schedule to celebrate Juliette Gordon Lowe's birthday. That's right, she's the woman who started the awesome Girl Scouts of America organization. It also just so happens that Halloween falls on the exact same date, which people love to celebrate too.

Halloween has been a time-honored tradition by kids, teens, and adults of all ages. The candy, costumes, and parties bring more fun than a barrel of monkeys with Pop Rocks and Pepsi. [Read article]

· Guest commentary - Greek mythology: dispelling myths about fraternities, sororities
· View Points
· Mailbag

UA up for homecoming repeat


Cats still looking for season's 2nd win

If the UA football team hopes to end its six-game losing streak tomorrow against Oregon State, a little homecoming déjà vu may be all the Wildcats need.

Entering the 2003 homecoming game last November at Arizona Stadium, the Wildcats were just 1-8, riding an eight-game losing streak against Washington.

After 222 rushing yards and three touchdowns from then-sophomore running back Mike Bell, the Wildcats had their second win of the season, a 27-22 victory over the visiting Huskies. [Read article]

· Opponent Analysis: Anderson rewrites Beavers' record books
· Commentary: Pac-10 ball as good as good as any
· Homecoming staff picks
· Men's hoops Red-Blue tilt Sunday at 2
· Women's hoops impressive in annual Red-Blue scrimmage
· UA soccer seniors set for final '04 homestand
· Homecoming Spotlight - From pool to green: NBC Sports' Dan Hicks
· Volleyball: Cats head west to face UCLA, USC
· Swim, dive hit pool for lone Fall home meet
· Icecats still seeking first victory
· Men's tennis sends trio to Crimson Tide Fall title meet in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

Latest Issue: October 21, 2004


Jimmy Eat World exploded onto the national music scene when "The Middle" hit "TRL" in 2001 and stayed in rotation on VH1 for a couple more years. Since then, life hasn't been quite the same for guitarist Tom Linton.

Their increased popularity has taken them all over the world and to star-studded events. At the MTV Video Music Awards, Linton even got to meet one of his idols.  [ Read article]

· Tucson and Campus Calendar
· 'America' strings together few laughs
· Big stains in 'Bush's Brain'
· Vanderslice covers Vanderslice at Plush
· Explosion blows up with 'Lights'
· Featured Review: Elliot Smith
· CD Reviews: Jimmy Eat World, Har Mar Superstar
· The Court and Spark serenades Tucson
· Robbers ready to steal the show
· Johnson makes 'Hairspray' sing
· Cartoonist talks about the merger of politics, humor
· Faculty display and auction art
· Historic Navajo weaving in modern context
· Cheba Hut helps with munchies

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