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Wednesday, April 7, 2004
Students feel effects of drunken driving ¸ but without the booze

photo There wasn't a beer can in sight last night when more than 350 UA students gathered at Sky View Apartments to learn about the consequences of drinking and driving.

Root beer, not Keystone Light, was the only beverage served from a keg at the third annual Sky View Happy Hour, an event aimed at educating students about the dangers of driving under the influence.

Mark Loewenthal, the resident assistant in charge of the event, said it was an opportunity for students to witness the risks of drinking and driving. [Read article]

Fee vote's legitimacy called into question
Professor leaves UA to fight bioterrorism
Last call bill goes to governor
Flier incorrectly claims fee would fund Greek Week
PTS provides open forum on parking for students
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If you know Australia's The Vines, it is probably because of the ubiquitous 2002 hit single "Get Free," which roared everywhere from "Charlie's Angels" trailers to MTV award ceremonies.

What you may not know is that the Arizona-bound band almost imploded around the end of that year, resulting in fisticuffs during a live show in Boston between singer/guitarist Craig Nicholls and bassist Patrick Matthews. [Read article]

Nearly 30 years after becoming the founding director of the Center for Creative Photography at the UA, Harold Jones - a man with an 11-page resumÄ and unforgettable eyebrows - is the curator of an exhibition about his own life. [Read article]

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Student designer uses humor to create unique style '

While most college students constantly have the F-word running through their minds, studio art senior Sarah Collins has an unhealthy obsession with many F-words. Her favorites are "fashion," "fancy," "fun" and "fresh." [Read article]

╬Lost in La Mancha' salvages disaster

Long before reality TV cashed in on our desire to see the pain of others, there was the documentary. Reality shows do it the easy way... [Read article]

Staying on Top: Let's get it on(line)

I love sex. But I'm not a ho. I'm also not a tease. I'd say after a few bouts with the long-distance relationship, the drunken hook up, a tad of cheating and a couple instances of hard-core love, I'm your average Wildcat. [Read article]

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