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Holy rollers: Old Main rocks stump students

In front of Old Main sit two granite boulders. With each over six feet tall, they're tough to overlook. After all, an enormous boulder with a spray-painted grid on it that's peppered with deeply drilled holes is hard to ignore. Read more

Genographic project traces human history

While reporting on The Genographic Project at the UA's Arizona Research Laboratories, Daily Wildcat reporter Carly Kennedy was given the opportunity to have her own family history traced through genome sequencing. Read more

Gov. set for regent selection

Three finalists for the UA student regent selection process will have their applications and résumés sent to Gov. Jan Brewer sometime this week for further review. Read more

Police brutality mars UC protests

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. Read more

Daily Wildcat managing editor cited

The managing editor of the Arizona Daily Wildcat Shain Bergan, 21, was cited for disorderly conduct on Saturday morning after police said he forcibly took a sign from another ESPN ""College GameDay"" spectator and tried to run away with it. Read more