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When I was in junior high, the ever-hilarious ""that's what she said"" joke was nonexistent.
Summer is near, and so is the end of romantic comedy season. Now that Americans have horror flicks and real comedies to look forward to, they can forget about the series of cliché romantic comedies that plague theaters in January, February and March.
Ever wanted to major in male studies?
The Associated Students of the University of Arizona will meet tonight to review the Appropriations Board Consent Agenda, approve the 2010-11 election results and hear a request from Arizona Public Interest Research Groups (PIRG).""It should be a pretty big meeting,"" said ASUA Executive Vice President Emily Fritze.ASUA officials will read over the consent agenda, which allocated $3,254.46 of the requested $13,101.31 club funding.
Students, faculty and community members came together Tuesday to celebrate the seventh annual UA Innovation Day.
A classmate told lesbian Constance McMillen that she ruined her senior year.
Mayor Bob Walkup proclaimed March 14 ""Sons of Tucson Day"" at Wednesday's free screening of two episodes of ""Sons of Tucson,"" a new Fox sitcom from executive producer Justin Berfield, who starred in and produced ""Malcolm in the Middle.""
""Everyone has a story"" is a weekly segment in the Arizona Daily Wildcat that aims to tell the story of an interesting person on the UA campus. This week, the Daily Wildcat interviewed Mark Finelli, a 9/11 survivor, Iraq war veteran and Eller graduate student.
March 4 was a chaotic, disruptive day for several college campuses across the country. The UA seemed to have missed the memo, and good riddance to that.
The UA is proposing a $500 annual fee for honors students, said Patricia MacCorquodale, dean of the Honors College.
Twelve UA students participated in a free cereal-eating contest Sunday at the Cereal Boxx.
Ten staffers and one student joined Provost Meredith Hay Thursday for a 20-minute, on-campus walk in support of physical activity and Walk Across Arizona.
There is another reason to appreciate naps, thanks to Rebecca Gomez, Richard Bootzin and Lynn Nadel of the UA psychology department.
University of California, San Diego, may be a prestigious institution, but recent on-campus events have tainted the world-renowned university's image.
""Everyone has a story"" is a weekly segment in the Arizona Daily Wildcat that aims to tell the story of an interesting person on the UA campus. This week, we've interviewed Jude Fernando, a mechanical engineering senior with Sri Lankan roots.
More than 100 former Peace Corps volunteers will talk with students about the program and the countries in which they served the at the UA Peace Corps fair on Tuesday.
SeaWorld whale trainer Dawn Brancheau cared for whales like family.
The Arizona Daily Wildcat's new weekly segment ""Everyone has a story"" aims to tell the story of an interesting person on the UA campus. This week, we've interviewed UA professor and associate astronomer Thomas Fleming who teaches the Astronomy 203 and Natural Sciences 102, The Physical Universe, courses.
""We may be at that toilet bowl retching because we went to a party, but we will make it because we know tomorrow will again be morning in America,"" Glenn Beck said at last week's Conservative Political Action Conference, which I was lucky enough to attend among 10,000 others. Imagine sitting through Beck's speech, which was pregnant with alcohol and sickness references, through head-pounding dehydration as a result of sitting in reserved seats for several hours without drinking any water, and you'd be me.