In an improbable fashion, the Arizona Wildcats pulled off the biggest comeback in program history on Saturday against California. Read More
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On Sept. 2, we ran a column titled “Only responsibility can stop rape” by Rob Monteleone along with another column titled “Perpetrators are the only thing that can prevent rape” by Elizabeth Hannah. These columns were packaged together in our ...
There has been a great deal written about whether or not college athletes ought to be paid for playing for the colleges and universities.
Last week, state representative Steve Montenegro (R-Litchfield Park) proposed a plan that would require every high school student in Arizona to pass a 100-question civics test before graduation. The test would be the same test one must pass in order to become a U.S. citizen.
This past week, Mother Jones ran an article titled “Almost All the Books People Say Influenced Them Were Written for Children.” It analyzed 130,000 responses to the recent viral Facebook status that asks people to list the 10 books that have impacted them the most in some way. The top three books were the “Harry Potter” series, “To Kill a Mockingbird” and “The Lord of the Rings” trilogy. Other popular books included “The Hunger Games” and “The Catcher in the Rye.”
In other words, the books that most of us read in middle school.
Last school year, Gallagher Theatre made $11,254.66 in profit while showing movies for free. It brought in $39,010 in revenue.