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UA student's restaurant turns up the heat

(08/13/11 3:42am)

Although hot pot is a popular concept in China, there were no hot pot restaurants in Tucson until this summer. When Li Pei, a 22-year-old finance junior, came to the UA as an international exchange student in 2008, he said he was disappointed by the limited menus of local Chinese food restaurants. "I wondered, ‘Why can't we have a hot pot restaurant here?'" Pei said.

Campus Rec to provide how-to cooking classes

(08/13/11 9:24am)

Students and the public at large can expect more from the Student Recreation Center's Instructional Kitchen this semester, officials say. Oh, you didn't know the Rec Center had a kitchen? Well the kitchen's ready after a round of cooking classes last semester, with plenty of fresh ideas and food, said Mary O'Mahoney, assistant director for sport clubs and aquatics at the Student Recreation Center. The kitchen will host eight classes this semester, which students and the public can register for online.

What (not) to wear the first week

(08/22/11 5:39pm)

The first week of classes is your opportunity to make an important first impression. You are not going to meet people if you are the girl in the back of class who looks like she had a rough night, rolled out of bed and came to class only to fall asleep mid-lecture. People are attracted to confidence, which stems from feeling good about yourself. When dressed to impress, you are more likely to make the lasting impression you hoped for. Here are some tips for choosing your first week attire:

On with the show

(08/24/11 12:04am)

The UA’s School of Music offers hundreds of concerts and recitals among its array of showings this year. Changes in administration at the school have changed the school from the top down. This includes Rex A. Woods as the new director, Bruce Chamberlain as assistant director for student services, Edward Reid as assistant director for advancement and development, and John Brobeck, director of graduate studies. With dozens of events on the calendar this semester, the Daily Wildcat pulled three for the fall to showcase what the school has to offer from now to winter break.

Dinner & drink

(08/24/11 12:06am)

*The food:* “Chicken and waffles?” I hear you ask. “Chicken and WAFFLES?!” At May’s Counter on Speedway Boulevard, you run into this immensely pleasing and blood-clotting combination of deep-fried chicken and waffles hot off the griddle, put together on the same plate under a deeply satisfying smothering of hot sauce, butter and maple syrup.

UA’s Sonora Review releases 60th issue, hosts release reading

(08/24/11 12:07am)

Sonora Review will release its 60th issue on Thursday — and welcome its arrival with a night of literary celebration and live reading. The Review is the graduate student literary journal at the UA and remains one of only a few graduate student-run literary journals in which the students retain full editorial authority.

More Pottermore, please

(08/24/11 12:09am)

Less than a month before “Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2” opened, the author of the series, J.K. Rowling, uploaded one of the most cryptic YouTube videos I’d ever seen. Thanks to it, though, Potter fans were riled up. No one knew what this “Pottermore” she spoke of was — probably something to do with more Potter — but everyone wanted to find out.

Let’s go local: Campus lacks food diversity

(08/26/11 12:03am)

Mexican, Chinese, Italian, French. If you’re making this list, you’re either in a Geography 101 course, you’re plotting a round-the-world vacation or you’re trying to think of different types of “ethnic” food we have here on campus. Not the largest list, is it? While the masses don’t seem to be starving, the fact remains that the pickings out there are still pretty slim.