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Feeling nostalgic about leaving college? Wanting to go back and take that underwater basket-weaving class or African dance colloquium? It might seem scary heading out into the wild blue yonder, but from one graduating senior to another, here are a couple of reasons why a victory lap might not be necessary after all:
Katy Perry is 27, has blue hair (or is it pink now?) — which looks surprisingly good on her — and for some reason will have a 3D biopic to sum up what’s she’s told media outlets was the most “intense year” of her life.
Katniss Everdeen is braver than most people her age or mine. In a dystopian setting, she bucks societial norms to take her place in a Gladiator-esque battle to the death — “The Hunger Games.”
When Kansas City cable networks started carrying MTV in August of 1981, playing videos like (not surprisingly) The Buggles’ “Video Killed the Radio Star,” people thought it would be a miracle if it caught on.
Overpriced goods, especially at Red Velvet Cupcakery
Hey soon-to-be grads. If your family is coming down to see you this weekend, do them a solid: don't take them to Chipotle or O'Hungry's for lunch. Give them a real Tucson dining experience. Here's a list of local eateries, drinkeries and general hang-out-eries where you can feed the ‘rents some genuine Tucson flavor.
Dear Beastie Boys,
‘Out of My Mind (live)'
""I have had an HIV scare before, and it was one of the most horrifying weeks of my life.""
‘You're The Best Around'
For those of you who forgot to book your flight or just can't afford to hit up Cancún, mix and match from WildLife's spring break survival guide:
The Arizona Board of Regents would cease to exist under a new bill up for debate in the Arizona Legislature.
The following are some of the biggest headliners of the 2009-10 academic year featured in the Arizona Daily Wildcat. They are presented in no particular order.
On Thursday, the Wildcat published an article titled ""UA swimmers accused of Red Bull theft,"" written by news reporter Jazmine Woodberry. The story surmises that members past and present of the UA's men's swimming team participated in stealing $288 worth of Red Bull cans from an off-campus bar two weeks ago.