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Thursday, November 4, 2004
photo Man enters showers in Apache

A man entered an occupied community shower room in Apache-Santa Cruz Residence Hall, 1420 E. Fifth St., and approached a showering student at 10:10 p.m. Sunday, according to a press release issued by the University of Arizona Police Department.

The man walked through an unlocked door into the bathroom and confronted a female student who was showering, according to the release.

The man stared at the student and then entered an adjoining stall. [Read article]

Campus crimes may be linked

Following reports of recent burglaries and a sexual assault in the neighborhood north of campus, police are urging students to take extra precautions to keep themselves safe.

A female UA student called police to report she was raped early Sunday morning in the front yard of her house at North Mountain Avenue and East Mabel Street.

Prior to the rape, Nikki Ellerman, Kristina Kronenberg and Maggie Ryan, close friends of the victim, experienced an intrusion in their home north of campus Oct. 27. [Read article]

photo Protest erupts downtown over U.S. election

Five people were arrested yesterday, including a UA student, during a post-election protest, in which people marched from De Anza Park, North Speedway Boulevard and North Stone Avenue, to the Federal Building, 300 W. Congress St.

Organized by the Tucson Chapter of the Nation Lawyers Guild, Refuse and Resist, Food Not Bombs and Dry River Collective, the march called for action to protect peace, freedom and security in America. [Read article]

photo Young voter turnout low for national election

Although the national voter turnout in Tuesday's presidential election was the highest it has been since 1968, the heavily courted 18- to 24-year-old demographic remained virtually the same, despite the push to get them to the polls.

According to The Associated Press, an estimated 9 percent of voters fell within the 18 to 24 range, while the 18 to 29 age bracket accounted for 17 percent of overall voters, figures that parallel the 2000 election. [Read article]

UA aims to educate students during Web security week

With national changes in business and technology, the UA is aiming to become a leading institute in information technology through education and awareness of rising issues such as Internet security and outsourcing jobs.

The UA is hosting three information technology events this week to raise information technology awareness: the week-long Department of Management Information Systems 30th Anniversary Conference, Internet2 Day today and Security Awareness Day tomorrow. [Read article]

Students learn about Jewish mysticism

Madonna does it. Britney does it. Ashton does it.

Kabbalah, a study of Jewish mysticism, is attracting these celebrities and many other Hollywood types in search of fulfillment through a "spiritual high," according to, a Web site dedicated to answering questions about the practice.

Students can get a better understanding of what Kabbalah is really all about tonight at the Hillel Foundation at 7. [Read article]

photo Fast facts

Things you always never wanted to know

  • Every ton of paper that is recycled saves 17 trees.

  • The United States has nearly 275 billion tons of recoverable coal. That's more than 250 years of supply at today's usage rates.

  • In 2003, 15 lungs were donated from living donors. There were also three kidneys donated from living donors last year.

  • At Denny's Beer Barrel Pub in Clearfield, Pa., a 6-pound "Ye Olde 96er" (named for the 96 ounces of beef) burger is offered that also contains two whole tomatoes, a half-head of lettuce, 12 slices of American cheese, a cup of peppers, two whole onions, six dill spears skewered on an enormous toothpick and a proportional amount of mayonnaise, ketchup and mustard. The 96er costs $23.95. [Read article]

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