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Monday, March 29, 2004
'Zoo' pass not valid at USA Softball game vs. UA

Exhibition game not included in students' Zona Zoo season

Angry students waited anxiously outside Hillenbrand Stadium Friday afternoon hoping to score tickets after discovering that their Zona Zoo passes would not be honored at the UA vs. Team USA softball game.

The game was labeled an "exhibition game" and did not qualify as a regular season game, one that is usually free for Zona Zoo members. A sign taped up near the stadium entrance read "Zona Zoo and Wildcard Sports Passes Not Accepted." [Read article]

Lion hunt relocates telescopes to Mall
Wildcat Powwow draws 1,000
Campus Health surveys frats on binge drinking
Teaching language through theater
Senators approve ASUA position changes
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Softball: Cats no match for USA, take pair from Rebels
Swim and dive takes 4th place at NCAAs
Softball: Fans loyal to current, former Wildcats
Baseball: Cats take 2 of 3 from Cougars
Track qualifies 17 for NCAA regional meet
Five Cats in top 15 after 1st round of men's golf NIT
Men's Tennis: No. 24 UA makes short work of ASU

A Gadfly in training: What would Joan Rivers do?
The Raucous Caucus: Show UA the money!
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While we all know and love NASA for its spaceships and satellites and stuff, the organization has rarely been portrayed as a boon to the arts. But when it approached Kronos Quartet founder David Harrington about a collaboration, the violinist kept his ears open. [Read article]

The words "Carnatic music" don't usually conjure up images of Indian guitar virtuoso Prasanna and legendary drummer for multi-platinum rock band Journey, Steve Smith, jamming together on the same stage. [Read article]

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First rule of flight club: Eat breakfast

I've always thought of myself as a pretty good flier. In general, I don't get airsick, don't bother the stewardesses too much and try to keep my baby from disturbing the other passengers.

Of course that's on your average Boeing 747. Flying in a two-seater Cessna 150, I'm a shaking, sweaty mess. Maybe it's because there's nobody to serve me Cokes.

At approximately 3 a.m. yesterday, I remembered I was supposed to meet UA's Flight Club at 9 that same morning. I quickly downed the rest of my beer and stumbled home for a short, anxiety-ridden nap. By the time I actually made it to campus to meet the club, I was late. [Read article]

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