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August 31, 2005

Student senators will give you a lift

ASUA to survey golf cart riders

Students tired of walking to class in the blazing heat can hitch a free ride today with the start of the program "Roll With a Senator."

Associated Students of the University of Arizona senators will be driving students to class starting today in a golf cart from noon to 2 p.m. every Wednesday of the semester, said Sen. Patrick Cook.

Students who participate will be encouraged to take a survey to give input on ASUA, but the survey is completely optional, Cook said. [Read article]

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2005 Arizona Cross Country Season Preview: Front of the pack


How can a team build on a season capped by having its star runner become the conference athlete of the year?

Have it done again - or for Mohamed Trafeh, claim your teammate's title as your own.

The Arizona men's cross country team returns top-flight talent in the sophomore Trafeh, who was named Pacific 10 Conference male Newcomer of the Year and the reigning Pac-10 male cross country Athlete of the Year in junior Robert Cheseret.

"(Having Cheseret) really helps out a lot," said head coach James Li. "I think he's starting to really assume (the leadership) role right now." [Read article]

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Seating: UA's most popular commodity

This should sound familiar. Students sitting on the floor or in the aisles in a class they need to graduate, 34 chairs squeezed into a room that the fire code says can only fit 25 people, other students pleading with professors to sign a drop/add form so they can get into a class that they actually care about.

In every department from optical sciences to political science, students understand that there never seem to be enough seats to go around, and if they can get into the classes they need they'll be one of a lucky few crammed into a classroom never designed to hold that many people. [Read article]

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Latest Issue: August 25, 2005


It's coming to a theater near you

"The Aristocrats" is probably the most star-studded film in Hollywood history. But surprisingly, what's drawing critics and audiences alike to this homemade film is its reputation for being one of those indescribable films that you have to see for yourself to understand.

This may be because it is a film of another color, one that doesn't quite fall into any category of cinema. It centers around one joke, the oldest and coincidentally the dirtiest joke in history, told and performed by some of the best-known comedians in the world. [Read article]

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