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Monday, November 1, 2004

Wildcat sculpture dedicated to UA president, wife


Moments before fireworks electrified the sky above the UA Mall Friday night, the Alumni Association dedicated the new wildcat sculpture on campus to UA President Peter Likins and his wife Pat during the Alumni Plaza dedication ceremony.

Philip "Flip" May, president of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona in 1979-1980 and chair of the Alumni Association in 1999-2000, said Likins was chosen because he embraced the Alumni Plaza from the beginning and has contributed years of tireless work to the university. [Read article]

· Professors violate politics policy
· Bush wins - according to mask sales
· ASUA early voting site draws thousands
· Faculty Senate to hear budget resolution
· Fast facts

Filling the post-election void photo

The day has finally come! Finally, after months and months of continuous campaigning and asinine news speculation, Election Day is finally upon us. And thank God it's finally here!

Honestly, I'm not sure how much longer any of us could last in this cultural landscape. Today, even the most fervent of political junkies among us (myself included) have grown incredibly weary of the nonstop spin, slogans and cult-like chants of "flip-flop." We're willing to see this thing through to the bitter end, but at some point we all need to get back to the rest of our lives. [Read article]

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Basketball: Frye, freshmen shine in scrimmage


Senior Frye leads all scorers with 37 points in Red-Blue game

The future looked bright Sunday afternoon in McKale Center as the Arizona men's basketball team battled one of the toughest teams they will face all year: themselves.

New faces as well as old showed off their improved skills in front of a modest crowd of 7,221 in the team's annual Pepsi Red-Blue game.

The Wildcats' first game-style action of the season featured Channing Frye, who poured in a team-high 37 points, hitting 13 of 18 shots from the floor while using an array of jumpers, dunks and put-backs in the process. To complement Frye, freshman guard Jesus Verdejo scored 27 points and the Puerto Rico native lacked any pre-game jitters some might have expected from the UA's incoming crop of freshmen. [Read article]

· Football falters at home, falls to Beavers
· Soccer back atop Pac-10 after sweep
· Volleyball sweeps UCLA after falling to USC
· Hockey: Meehan's four goals helps lift Icecats to first win of season
· Cross Country takes 6th at Pac-10s
· Wildcat men's, women's swim, dive teams breeze past Wisconsin in lone home fall meet
· Tennis slowed in singles play

Latest Issue: October 28, 2004


In the time it takes to cook a decent Hot Pocket, you can be scared out of your wits.

The Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF) is presenting "The Three Minute Thriller Filmmaking Contest" this Halloween. Each filmmaker has three minutes to fill the screen with blood, guts and gore. Whoever makes the scariest (and most creative) movie in the three minutes allotted, wins.  [ Read article]

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Rilo Kiley worth the wait
The Futureheads show promise
The art of drinking coffee

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