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Wednesday, June 15, 2005

Reclaimed water Keeps keeps


Watering lawn with recycled water saves UA; makes lawn vibrant for summer

Over the course of three years, facilities management and a UA Mall panel committee have come up with ways to water the Mall lawn during the hot summer months while ensuring proper conservation of water through the best possible means.

Using the correct water and deciding when to irrigate the lawns is a task that can help save the UA time, money and wasted energy it need not expend if those in charge at the UA's facilities management assume correct and precautious measures. [Read article]

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Hoops star Simon heads 2005 UA hall of fame class


Most famous for leading the UA men's basketball team to its only National Championship in 1997, and subsequently dubbed a "Cool Cat" on the cover of Sports Illustrated, former Wildcat All-American Miles Simon heads a list of eight entries into the 2005 class of the UA Sports Hall of Fame.

Simon, who spent the better part of the past seven years playing pro basketball in the United States and overseas before ending his career last year due to injury, was slated to receive his degree from the UA this summer. The 1997 Final Four Most Outstanding Player came back to the UA in Spring 2004 to rehab after a knee injury, helping the Wildcats prepare for games during the season. [Read article]

· Lopez reaffirms commitment to UA baseball

European stereotypes of Armericans only skin deep


Last week I visited Germany for the first time. I was taking a tour with my fellow students from Copenhagen, Denmark, where we have been studying for the past three weeks. I arrived in the northern German city of Lubeck on a Friday night, and went in to the city to explore and have some drinks. As we walked from the youth hostel where our group was staying towards the city center, young Germans who were hanging out in the streets stared at us like we had the word "American" tattooed on our foreheads. It was as if we were taking the walk of shame. I felt like I was bearing the responsibility of my entire society on my shoulders. Just because I looked like an American, I felt forced to represent all that Germans dislike about American culture and politics. [Read article]

· Unraveling the mystery of financial aid
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Sahuarita, Arizona is more than just a little desert town with a hard-to-pronounce name. It is also the home of the nation's only publicly accessible Cold War-era Titan II Missile. And because nothing says "vacation destination" like an atomic warhead, missile site 571-7 has been marketing itself to tourists as the Titan Missile Museum since it opened its doors to the public in 1986. Today, as the advertisements claim, I'm going to "feel the chill of the Cold War" for myself. [Read article]

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Is Michael Jackson guilty?
No, and there is nothing wrong with sleeping with kids.
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I can't believe answers one and two are on this poll!
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