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August 22, 2005

Sexual assault probe closed

Lack of evidence cited in case where 2 student athletes were questioned

Authorities closed an investigation involving a UA student who said she was sexually assaulted at a campus fraternity house last spring, according to a police report released Thursday.

The student alleged in April she was sexually assaulted in a community shower at a party at the Sigma Pi fraternity house, 1525 E. Drachman St., but decided June 15 she no longer wanted to press charges, reports stated. [Read article]

· Financial aid sends out $45M in funds
· Students wait-listed as housing shortage returns
· Jason Mraz, Rufio set to perform on campus
· Mock party raid displays police response to underage drinking
· Domino's out, Papa John's in as official UA pizza place
· Recruitment for campus sororities ends Tuesday
· Regents get answers about Phoenix med school plan
· Conduct violations can be filed on Web
· UA technology on board orbiter bound for Mars
· Abor Briefs
· Regent Palacios tabbed as new ABOR President

Quarterbacks in charge


QB Kovalcheck leads offense on two TD drives

The Arizona football team closed its fall camp Saturday night, putting a heavy emphasis on the passing game in a 75-play intra-squad scrimmage.

The Wildcats started the game with 11 passes in the first 13 plays and got good production out of the three quarterbacks - junior Adam Austin, redshirt sophomore Richard Kovalcheck and freshman Willie Tuitama -expected to line up under center this season. [Read article]

· Questioning the old guard
· Hoops heat up during summer workouts
· Appreciation Day a morale boost for UA fans, players
· Calif. star commits to Cats
· Soccer beats NAU in exhibition game

Editor's Note: Campus coverage our top priority

Welcome to your best source of campus news, sports and entertainment.

That's right, I said "best."

Across the University of Arizona, there are experts in the humanities, sciences, business and law. Our campus athletic teams regularly rise to the top on the soccer field, baseball and softball diamonds and, of course, the hardwood.

Here at the Wildcat, we're experts in providing to you all the relevant and fun information you need to know every day. That's our game, and we excel at it. [Read article]

· Guest commentary: Sex without consent is a crime
· Columnist bios
· Fastfacts

Latest Issue: August 8, 2005


When people say a film is independent, this is not always indicative of a particular style or genre, but merely a limited budget and release. But in the case of "Me and You and Everyone We Know," there is no other real way to describe it. It is a quintessential independent film, and it is unlike any other.

The story for "Me and You and Everyone We Know" is original and offbeat and does not follow the conventional rules of screenwriting that most writers follow. Writer/ director Miranda July stars as Christine Jesperson, a starving artist who drives old people around to earn a living. She is struggling both artistically and romantically and is desperately trying to save her own life. [Read article]

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