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Friday, Mar. 8, 2002   |   |   Online since 1994  
The Arizona Daily Wildcat is on spring break until March 18, 2002.

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Spring Break Updates:

Game recap: How 'Sweet' it is [3.16.02]

NCAA Tournament: Boys to men [3.16.02]

NCAA Tournament: Tigers first to taste Sweet 16 [3.16.02]

Game recap: Gardner comes through, again [3.14.02]

Game recap: Cats survive first round nail biter against Santa Barbara [3.14.02]

NCAA Tournament: Ohio State takes care of business [3.14.02]

NCAA Tournament: Hurricanes no match for Tigers' Rush [3.14.02]

NCAA Tournament: Wyoming hogties Dickau, Zags [3.14.02]

PAC-10 Tournament: Commentary: Tournament proves its worth [3.10.02]

PAC-10 Tournament: Commentary: Best and worst of the Tournament [3.10.02]

PAC-10 Tournament: Second half surge earns 'Cats tourney title [3.9.02]

PAC-10 Tournament: Cats continue mastery of Cal [3.8.02]

PAC-10 Tournament: Commentary: Wildcats give Olson rare gift [3.8.02]

Hartz, Reece take election

Mansell tops Zipp in administrative vice president race

Senators Doug Hartz and Jennifer Reece were announced last night as the winners of the student government's two top jobs for next year. [Read article]

Wildcat juniors step up, lead UA to 17-point win

Walton and Gardner combine for 47 as Wildcats roll

LOS ANGELES - Arizona had not lost on a neutral court this season coming into the Pac-10 Tournament. [Read article]

Hartz, Reece take election
Rec center fee passes, needs regents' approval
General election voter turnout lower than expected
University endowment expected to pay out less this year

Rec center fee passes, needs regents' approval

Students approved an optional $3 activity fee for the Student Recreation Center by approximately a 2-1 margin in the ASUA general election.

The $3 fee - which was passed by an 1,894 to 922 margin - must now be approved by the Arizona Board of Regents. [Read article]

Commentary: ASU's lack of intensity makes for boring game

You might not believe it, but last night's UA-ASU game was one of the most boring sporting events I have ever witnessed.

The game was played with a total lack of emotion, which is surprising. C'mon, not only were the Devils playing for their only shot at the Big Dance, but this is supposed to be a rivalry. But the hatred never materialized, and neither did the excitement.

Actually, it's not really the players' fault. I've been loathe to write about the officiating this year, because it's too easy. But last night's game was a perfect example of how bad refs have been in the Pac-10.

On one inbounds play in the second half, there were three consecutive off-the-ball calls, two of them before the ball was even put into play. Luke Walton said it perfectly after the game: "When there's that many fouls, it's hard to build up emotion." [Read article]


Letters to the Editor

People must have better behavior across the border

Three years ago, I took a Japanese friend to visit some acquaintances in Mexico. As we crossed the border into Sonoita, my friend covered her face with her hand, in shame. What did she see? [Read article]

Gallery explores the roots of family

One almost expects a large bird to swoop down into the larger-than-life nest of tree roots and human hair that is located in the center of GOCAIA gallery.

The nest's formation has much in common with the gathering technique that birds and other creatures employ to create their nests. [Read article]


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