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Friday, January 28, 2005

ASUA resolution pushes McKale student section


In an effort to boost school spirit, ASUA passed a resolution last week to support reinstating a student section in McKale Center for men's basketball games.

At men's basketball games, students often cluster in small sections, but the majority of students are still spread out from one another, said Amber Harryman, spirit director for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona.

Instead of being on both sides of the court, ASUA wants to have one central student section, similar to that of football games, to encourage school spirit, said Harryman, a classics junior. [Read article]

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Cats in command: UA atop Pac-10 race


Stoudamire breaks 20 again to spark comeback

The Arizona men's basketball team did more than just avenge three losses to Washington from a season ago.

Last night, the Wildcats gained full possession of first place in the Pacific 10 Conference with their 91-82 win in McKale Center.

The final margin of nine points was the largest lead the No. 11 Wildcats (17-3 overall, 7-1 Pacific-10) had in the game.

After trailing most of the first half, Arizona and Washington battled back and forth in the second frame before UA senior center Channing Frye tied the game at 73 with a pair of free throws and quickly followed with a jumper to give the Wildcats the lead for good with 5:52 remaining. [Read article]

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An exercise in exercise

College students are rarely afforded a better opportunity to look ridiculous than when they are all simultaneously attempting to impress and attract one another in a small, enclosed space. Parties would be an excellent example, but the frequent presence of alcohol usually renders us neither impressive nor attractive.

On the other hand, the Student Recreation Center, seemingly one of the few places on campus where drinking is not fervently encouraged, provides the perfect venue to observe college at its silliest. It has all of the prerequisites: loud, jarring music, plenty of mirrors and an abundance of revealing sports bras that do much to suggest a different kind of “sport” altogether (common sense would dictate that flirtation is a pastime best enjoyed when you look and smell good, but simple logic is apparently a luxury to be dispensed with at the Rec Center). [Read article]

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Latest Issue: January 27, 2005


Before newspapers had photographs, they had illustrations. And before John Wayne ever captured the southwest on the silver screen, Maynard Dixon did with his drawings and paintings.

Dixon, whose career spanned from 1897 to 1942, is still being honored in not one, but two exhibits at the University of Arizona Museum of Art. [Read article]

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Liveculture (Latest Issue: January 25, 2005)
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