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Tuesday, October 26, 2004

UA cleared of blame in garage assault

A Pima County judge yesterday ended a trial involving a political science senior who was sexually assaulted on campus, ruling in favor of the Arizona Board of Regents days before the jury was expected to issue a verdict.

The student filed a lawsuit against the board earlier this month, alleging the UA wasn't taking necessary precautions to protect her from being sexually assaulted by a man during the daytime in the Park Avenue Garage in 2002.

In April 2002, the student was pushed into her car while she was getting out of it to go to the library. After a man tried to assault her, he ran off. The incident was the sixth sexual assault to happen on campus in a week. [Read article]

· UA early polling site busy on day 1
· Error causes grad assistants grief
· CAPS helps UA students cope with depression
· Republicans show 'FahrenHype' for balance
· Eller's Entrepreunership Program ranked in top 10
· Students point, click to find cheap stuff at eBay
· Fast facts

Poor use of religion at protest photo

By now, everyone knows that Ann Coulter was nearly pied during her speech at Centennial Hall last Thursday.

Even my grandmother from Florida e-mailed me asking about all the juicy details.

However, outside Centennial, a less publicized protest occurred which included the Coalition of Arizonans to Abolish the Death Penalty and UA Law College's chapter of the American Lawyer's Guild.

And while the actions of "Al Pieda" might have involved the gross misuse of custard pies, the protestors outside blatantly misrepresented several religious beliefs on their signs. [Read article]

· Poor use of religion at protest
· Editorial: Election guide - statewide propositions
· Mailbag

Icecats flattened in opener

Sun Devils swarm TCC for dominant 8-1 victory

Arizona State spoiled the Arizona Icecats' 26th season opener last night at the Tucson Convention Center in an 8-1 rout.

The Sun Devils jumped on top of the Icecats early when freshman forward Joe Ahern scored on an assist from defenseman Tony Bonacorso less than a minute into the game.

"They scored in the first minute, and that's never good," Icecat head coach Leo Golembiewski said.

ASU stayed on the offensive early, controlling the puck the game's first three minutes. [Read article]

· Icecats flattened in opener
· UA Football Roundup
· Knauer's Korner: Motivation the key to success of great teams

Latest Issue: October 21, 2004


Jimmy Eat World exploded onto the national music scene when "The Middle" hit "TRL" in 2001 and stayed in rotation on VH1 for a couple more years. Since then, life hasn't been quite the same for guitarist Tom Linton.

Their increased popularity has taken them all over the world and to star-studded events. At the MTV Video Music Awards, Linton even got to meet one of his idols.  [ Read article]

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Explosion blows up with 'Lights'
Featured Review: Elliot Smith
CD Reviews: Jimmy Eat World, Har Mar Superstar
The Court and Spark serenades Tucson
Robbers ready to steal the show
Johnson makes 'Hairspray' sing
Cartoonist talks about the merger of politics, humor
Faculty display and auction art
Historic Navajo weaving in modern context
Cheba Hut helps with munchies

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