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'Smashing' science

A crowd of about 50 packed into the Cushing Street Bar & Restaurant Tuesday to participate in the latest Science Café, a series comprised of monthly talks sponsored by the Flandrau Science Center. Read more

Rec seeks ASUA's support for fee

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona will hear an informational presentation regarding the fee increase at the Student Recreation Center tonight according to Emily Fritze, executive vice president for ASUA. Read more

ASUA announces 2010-11 candidates

Candidates for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona executive board announced their intentions to run for ASUA's thriteen available seats on Monday. The executive vice presidential and presidential candidate spots remain unopposed, and none of the senators are running for reelection for senate seats. Read more

Public debates guns on campus

Last week's contentious resolution to oppose teachers carrying guns on campus has not ruffled as many feathers this week. Several students and faculty do not plan on attending tonight's public forum on the issue. Read more

Proposed fee could help UA sports

Arizona's universities could upgrade their football stadiums and other athletic facilities using money from new local businesses, under a proposal moving through the State Legislature. The legislation is aimed mainly at Arizona State University's Sun Devil Stadium, but the proposal could also raise cash for sports buildings at the UA and Northern Arizona University.  Read more

Think Tank aids academics

Freshmen on academic probation can find help by taking advantage of a series of workshops being offered by the Think Tank from Feb. 15 through March 8. Read more