artsandamp;life

Liaw captures Pac-10 Golfer of the Month

Arizona junior golfer Henry Liaw was named the Pacific 10 Conference Golfer of the Month for the season's combined months of January and February. Liaw boasts an individual title at the Ping Arizona Intercollegiate and had a tie for 18th place at the John Burns Intercollegiate. Read more

Stop hiding behind the 1st Amendment

On our campus, the First Amendment is being used as a shield to propagate sexual harassment. As it stands now, not only can you view porn in the library, but the library will support you. It even declares its support on its Web site, saying, ""It is neither illegal nor against library rules for customers to view pornography ... on the web. Read more

Students learn trade of crime scene investigators

A handful of UA students used screens, sifters and other forensic tools to uncover evidence from a mock crime scene for an anthropology class yesterday. The 16 students in Introduction to Forensic Anthropology who participated in the event were required to behave as if they were professional forensic anthropologists at a real crime scene. Read more

Pac-10 may get 4 NCAA tournament bids

The Pacific 10 Tournament will include all 10 teams for the first time since its reincarnation in 2002. Arizona head coach Lute Olson said Pac-10 coaches voted unanimously to have all 10 teams play. Starting tonight in the Staples Center in Los Angeles, the No. Read more

Tennis gets Pac-10 break

After two consecutive weeks of competing against Pacific 10 Conference teams, the No. 30 Arizona women's tennis team gets a break from conference play when the Wildcats host No. 63 Pennsylvania this afternoon at 2 at the Robson Tennis Center. ""We have less days to recuperate and recover, but we are ready to go,"" said freshman captain Danielle Steinberg. Read more

Datebook

Workshop. The College of Medicine will host an applicant workshop for students interested in applying to medical school. 4 p.m. Manuel T. Pacheco Integrated Learning Center, Room 130 Summer Registration Begins. Summer session registration begins via WebReg, including Web-delivered classes Lecture. Read more

Quick Hits

Regents could extend Olson contract through 2011 The Arizona Board of Regents will vote tomorrow on a two-year extension for Arizona men's basketball head coach Lute Olson, according to the regents' agenda. Olson's current contract, through which he makes up to $1. Read more

Mailbag

Campus reverends support LGBT rights With due respect to our UA campus colleagues in the Christian faith, especially our friends at the St. Thomas More Catholic Newman Center at the University of Arizona, we offer an alternative view to the one expressed in Friday's ""Campus clergy support stance on gay marriage. Read more

"Spring break safety: Health, safety experts offer tips for break"

With Spring Break just around the corner, UA health officials want students to remember the magic word: ""moderation."" Following basic safety rules can prevent fun in the sun from turning into a tropical nightmare, the officials said. Travel immunizations No matter where students are traveling, there might be an immunization they should get, said Immunization and Travel Clinic Nurse Judy Stivers. Read more

Columnist showdown

Should the state fund bilingual or ESL programs for Spanish speakers in primary and secondary public schools? Mike Morefield: Absolutely. ESL programs are necessary to help our already weak public school system. The students in ESL programs are trying hard just to get to the level of their fellow classmates, because they are usually far behind because of their language obstacle. Read more

Students pig out without pork

Hundreds of students and faculty were treated to a free lunch on the UA Mall yesterday at the third-annual ""Meat Out"" hosted by Students for the Ethical Treatment of Animals. Four tables piled high with meatballs, turkey sandwiches, chili, burritos, chicken nuggets and riblet sandwiches fed more than 200 people between noon and 1 p. Read more

NBA Recaps

Dallas 93, Portland 87 DALLAS - Jason Terry hit several key baskets late in the fourth quarter and Jerry Stackhouse made a 3-pointer with 41 seconds left, giving the Dallas Mavericks the surge they needed to beat the Portland Trail Blazers 93-87 last night. Read more