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Thursday October 26, 2000

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Former Chris City residents file claim against state

Health problems due to poor maintenance, residents' attorney says

Two former residents of the Christopher City Apartments have filed a claim against the state of Arizona for $2.5 million citing inadequate up-keep of the complex by the University of Arizona for the medical problem of the residents and their children.

"The UA said they weren't going to pour money in a bad facility, and I think they lived up to that," said Bill Downey, the attorney representing the residents.

Christine Livingston and Charlotte Carr have filed the claim against the state and intend to file a lawsuit in November, Downey said.

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Graduate and family housing facilities to be built

UA is relying on recommendations of a team of students and faculty for first time

Two new family and graduate housing facilities are in the beginning stages of being built by the UA in hopes of completion by summer 2002.

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Wildcats without Saragosa and Clark tonight against Stanford

When the season began, the Arizona volleyball team hadn't beaten Stanford since 1993.

Not anymore.

Things seem to have changed for the Wildcats when they beat Stanford at home earlier in the season.

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Park Student Union finally accommodating to students' lives

Park Student Union is better servicing UA students by staying open later on the weekdays, until 11pm. Finally, Park decided to change the long-standing 8pm closing time. The later time was intended for students to study and provide food for students later in the evening. [Read More]

Popular rhythmic performance opens tomorrow at UA Centennial

Sticks and stones will break your bones, but STOMP can use them freely - to make music, that is.

The hit percussive performance STOMP comes to UA's Centennial Hall tomorrow for the second year. The touring company's claim to fame is its use of unconventional instruments - such as broomsticks, plungers, water pipes, trash cans and trash can lids - to create rhythm and movement on stage.

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Today in history: Thursday October 26, 2000

In 1825, the Erie Canal officially opens, providing overland water transportation between the East Coast and the Great Lakes region.

In 1881, a vacant lot near the O.K. Corral in Tombstone is the scene of the most notorious gunfight in the history of the American West.




Former Chris City residents file claim against state

Graduate and family housing facilities to be built

Senate supports Fall Ball veto

UA considering options for United Way contributions

UA fans approach basketball season without organized transportation

New Internet routers to ensure no future failures

Some student basketball tickets remain


Arizona volleyball team tries for season sweep

Carfora to come off suspension tomorrow

Fresno State Invitational marks reunion

Soccer seeks first-ever win against ASU

Trouble Bruin' for Wildcats?

Palmer, Kelly finding stroke despite 0-4 record

Basketball team off to a strong start


Park Student Union finally accommodating to students' lives

Seven easy ways to fix the system


STOMPing into Tucson

'Blair Witch' sequel casts no spell