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ASUA supports content of sex workshop

Educational event was meant to make students feel comfortable about discussing sex

Members of Associated Students and the Women's Resource Center are standing behind the graphic content of last Thursday's sex workshop.

The workshop was funded through the WRC's budget, which receives its funding from Associated Students at the beginning of each academic year.

"I personally have trust in our directors, they are experts in their fields," ASUA Sen. Matt Bailey said "If they have taken the time to put such programs together, we should support them."

ASUA approved the contract for the Merryl Sloane, a sex educator, to speak.

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Native American Cultural Celebration Week kicks off

Performances out on UA Mall commemorate diversity

The Native American Cultural Celebration Week officially began yesterday on the UA Mall with Apache crown dancers, frybread and faculty speeches.

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TLess was more for Jenkins in win

UA QB threw just 12 times in Wildcat win

In an age where quarterbacks are judged by how many passes they complete, UA senior Ortege Jenkins might not be considered one of the nation's elite players.

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Being aware of awareness weeks

Historically- and socially-underrepresented groups are out in the spotlight this week at the UA, as activities in observation of Native American Recognition Week, Coming Out Week, and the federally-sponsored "Campus Week of Dialogue" on race relations occur simultaneously.

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Genie comes out of her bottle in Phoenix

Christina Aguilera rocks America West Arena with

On a night defined by crisp choreography, bare midriffs and the deafening screams of young girls, pop singer Christina Aguilera put on a show Sunday night that proved why she is one of the most popular acts in the entertainment industry.

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Quotable: Tuesday October 10, 2000

"He should have asked for a ceasing of stones, not fire."

Nabil Shaath, a Palestinian negotiator, on Palestinian and Israeli leaders asking for a "cease-fire" when most Palestinians were throwing stones, not shooting guns.

Today in history: Tuesday October 10, 2000

In 1845, the United States Naval Academy opens in Annapolis, Md., with 50 midshipmen students and seven professors.

In 1913, an American-built waterway across the Isthmus of Panama, connecting the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, is completed with the explosion of the Gamboa Dike.

In 1959, the beginning of the first global airline service is announced by Pan American World Airways.




ASUA supports content of sex workshop

Native American Cultural Celebration Week kicks off

Diversity included in Intentional Learning Center programs

UA teaching program to fill local shortage

Students applying for aid can get several types

Fall makes its presence known in Tucson


Less was more for Jenkins in win

UA continues to climb rankings

Wildcats drop 2 in Oregon

UA tennis fails to reach finals

Another impressive weekend for cross country teams

Pastner breaks down the UA starting 5

Jolivette named Pac-10 Defensive Player of the Week

Livengood against proposed Pac-10 tournament

How to welcome the family


Being aware of awareness weeks

Screwing the people: network news and the presidential election in America


Genie comes out of her bottle in Phoenix

The love doctor is in - class

Paul Simon - You're The One

Warning - Green Day