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Regular updates of the Arizona Daily Wildcat have ended for the spring semester. The spring commencement issue will be available in print and online on Wednesday, May 11.

Wednesday, May 4, 2005

Ding dong: UA achievers recognized by bell ringing


Though the U.S.S. Arizona Bell in the Student Union Memorial Center is usually rung on one occasion each month, it was rung once more yesterday in recognition of 14 outstanding achievers at the UA.

Dave Parker, a member of the Student Union Advisory Council, and Provost George Davis presented certificates to the nine present honorees in the Ventana Room in the student union yesterday at 1 p.m.

Parker said the intent of the award is to honor the work done by students and faculty, which brings recognition to themselves and the university. [Read article]

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Wildcat consistency will be tested by UCLA


If there was one word mentioned by players and coaches on the No. 2 Arizona softball team, it's consistency.

Mostly, the word is thrown around because consistency has been hard to come by for the Wildcats in Pacific 10 Conference play, especially offensively. Their spotty hitting has hurt them in some close conference games, where they have an 8-6 record.

"One day we walk out and get the hits we need, and the next day we don't," said head coach Mike Candrea. "When you are hitting well, the ball looks big and slow, but when you have hitting troubles, it looks like an aspirin." [Read article]

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Nuclear (non) proliferation


There are more than 180 nations that signed on to the Global Nuclear Non-Proliferation treaty, and only nine of them are nuclear weapons states (India, Pakistan and Israel are nuclear states that aren't signed on to the treaty). The treaty demands that the non-nuclear countries not acquire any weapons, on the condition that weapon holding countries like the United States begin programs of disarmament. Every five years, the member countries meet at the United Nations to review the progress of the treaty. This year, it seems that things are going in the wrong direction. [Read article]

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Latest Issue: May 4, 2005


Media arts seniors show capstone works

If you thought enduring your Uncle Edwin's home movies was a pain in the ass, imagine what his student films must have looked like.

Luckily, several media arts seniors who've spent the past four years discovering what it takes to make a decent film will be showcasing their labors of love next week at The Loft.

"Take 5: A Night of Five Student Short Films" kicks off on Friday, May 13, but don't expect to see any horror films in the lineup. Following are some of the films that will be shown. [Read article]

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Juniors 'Dream in Widescreen'
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Senior crafts trash into art
'Guide' remains loyal to book's spirit
Chris Rock goes 'Long' with Sandler
Har Mar drops it like it's hot
Creature Feature premieres pre-hardcore sound
Ben Lee is awake and dreaming
Weezer returns to form
Eels depress wonderfully
'Sorrows' finds beauty in tragedy
Latest Issue: April 26, 2005


Exploring the female orgasm: coming to the point

Her body curls and clenches with tingles of pleasure, a feeling some UA women have yet to understand or experience.

Regardless, if a woman is exploring with the different types of orgasms, masturbating, or learning how to get off without faking it, experts agree being comfortable is essential for achieving an orgasm.

Though some women may feel like a victim of orgasmic dysfunction, or the inability to climax during sex, experts said this diagnosis is rare for young women. Instead of needing medical treatment, college-aged women can usually find orgasmic relief from different methods of arousal and self-discovery. [Read article]

Commentary: Men and the orgasmic lie

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