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Friday, November 5, 2004

Internet2 allows academics to surf safer, faster Web


The Internet of the future has already found a home at the UA.

Internet2 Day, held yesterday in the North Ballroom of the Student Union Memorial Center, aimed to educate UA faculty, staff and students about the many uses for Internet2, which expand beyond the technology field.

Internet2, which was founded by the UA and other universities, operates on a high-speed Abilene network, enabling users to accomplish memory-consuming tasks, such as sending research projects, engaging in video conferences, accessing large databases and promoting telemedicine. [Read article]

· Shower intruder turns self in
· Students pack law school to hear cases
· Group aims to inform voters after elections
· Tomorrow marks 51st band day
· 'Paradise' can be found at reading
· Volunteers lend Tucson a helping hand
· Fast facts

Highland Market a savior for students photo

Hungry students everywhere, it is time for you to rejoice. The new Highland Market is now open, and it's ready to please that special spot in your stomach. The market is an amalgamation of coffee shop, deli and convenience store; students could not possibly ask for anything more. Watch out U-Mart, the new Highland Market is breathing down your aging neck.

Although at first it might seem that the Highland Market is just another key venture for the UA to gouge students out of their precious cash, in reality it isn't. The Highland Market was created by the university to provide a candy land of great deals, convenience and just plain-out awesomeness for its students. [Read article]

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Soccer shoots for first Pac-10 title


Sweep in Oregon gives UA Pac-10 title

The No. 10 UA soccer team looks to clinch their first Pacific 10 Conference title this weekend against the Oregon schools to close out the regular season.

"I'm anxious. I'm excited. I can't wait until we go to Oregon; I think we're going to play really well," UA senior forward Kamaya Damwijk said this week.

The Wildcats (14-4-0 overall, 5-2-0 Pac-10) face Oregon State (8-9-1, 2-4-1) today at noon PST. The Beavers came away with a tie and a loss last weekend at California and Stanford, respectively. [Read article]

· Hoops hits hardwood for first exhibition
· Volleyball shoots down Ducks at home, 3-0
· Icecats welcome Weber State to TCC
· Cats try to bust out of cellar
· Opponent Analysis: Hapless Huskies try to settle storm clouds
· Commentary: History says Cats, Huskies will battle it out

Latest Issue: November 4, 2004


Carousels remind most of us of childhood days at the carnival and fighting with siblings over who got to ride which animal. However, Rodgers and Hammerstein's "Carousel," - which will be put on by the Arizona Repertory Theatre - does not follow traditional musical styles when it touches on much deeper and realistic issues.

"It's a dark story. The lead character is a wife-beater. It's about where relationships can go and how people can redeem themselves," said director and theatre arts professor Harold Dixon.  [ Read article]

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