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In June, Amanda Pfeifer was waking up for class in the African desert with an elephant above her tent for an alarm clock. Katie Angus was waking up to a view of the Eiffel Tower and grabbing a chocolate crossiant on her way to class. Both were part of UA study abroad programs.
Apparently it's an all-wine dietA 24-year-old woman was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol on July 21 at 1:45 a.m.
Be aware. If you're walking around campus, know where the sidewalks, crosswalks and bike lanes are — and the difference between them. Avoid crossing the Mall between classes if you can. If you can't, the south side of the Mall is for bikes and the north side is for pedestrians. Stick to your side to avoid getting sideswiped by a bike or pissing off all pedestrians. No matter what your mode of transportation, go through your route to classes before class starts. Know where you can walk without crossing too many roads or bike paths. After you have figured out the way to your buildings, be sure to go to the door of your classroom. Some buildings, like Harvill, have the even and odd numbers divided by wings of the building.
Top 10 reasons it's better to be a Wildcat than a Sun Devil. It's like proving 1 + 1 = 2. It's just known. It can be proven (I've seen the proof in geometry). But why explain something that everyone knows? I'll do my best.
Editor's note: Michelle Monroe is a former Daily Wildcat news editor and journalism junior, writing about her experience studying abroad in France.
David Talenfeld, Graduate and Professional Student Council president, resigned tonight at its weekly meeting.
The Student Recreation Center's expansion is open to the public — again.
The Student Recreation Center's expansion was closed on Sunday due to flooding.
The College of Humanities is hosting a public forum to discuss offensive language and taboo subjects today at the Poetry Center.
The Southwest Institute for Research on Women at the UA is forming three pilot programs to help adolescents in need in southern Arizona — iTeam, Recover2gether and Step Forward.
Interested in politics? African-American Politics is the class for you.
Protests and police brutality occurred across several campuses after the University of California Board of Regents increased student fees 32 percent for all students last Thursday.
The UA will be represented at Campus MovieFest 2009 with a film titled ""Scene 5.""
New York Times economic columnist Joe Nocera spoke at the James E. Rogers College of Law on Monday afternoon about three lessons that can be learned from the recent financial crisis.
Wildcats will be on the prowl during the ninth annual CATwalk tomorrow.
If you know a mother, have a mother or are a mother this class is for you.
Around $2,750 was allocated to different organizations at ASUA's unconventional senate meeting on Tuesday.
SpaceVision 2009, the largest fully student-run space conference in the nation, will take place at the UA, Nov. 12-15.
The UA ranked 70 out of 141 schools surveyed in Trojan Brand Condoms' Sexual Health Report Card.