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Students breaking language barriers BY HANNAH PLOTKIN The Daily Wildcat

With a population that represents nearly 140 countries, teachers and students at the UA have to find effective ways to communicate across language barriers. For the past year and a half, Marlena Goodsitt has been an adjunct lecturer in the Intensive English Program at the Center for English as a Second Language. Students in IEP practice subjects in English like oral communication, writing, grammar and reading. Goodsitt said IEP is required of most international students who do not receive the minimum required score on the Test of English as a Foreign Language. Goodsitt said she enjoys working with students at CESL. “They’re very motivated,” she said. “I’ve had some of the best teaching experiences there.”

Davi Fortes, an international student from Angola, will be a human resources freshman in the fall of 2014. He is currently enrolled in the IEP at CESL on scholarship and meets with his IEP class five mornings a week. Fortes said he does not yet feel entirely ready to start next semester, as he still occasionally experiences issues communicating with his teachers. This problem exists not only for students from countries where English is not the primary language spoken, but also for English-speaking students with TAs from those countries. Samuel Luk teaches a lab for Physics 141 and has been working as a TA at the UA for a year and a half. He earned degrees in philosophy and physics from the University of Hong Kong and is currently earning a Ph.D. in physics. Luk said he likes teaching, and has three-anda-half years of experience, but he still occasionally

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PROFESSOR MARLENA GOODSITT gives her class a writing assignment at the Center for English as a Second Language building on Monday. Goodsitt is a lecturer in ESL writing for foreign students.

encounters minor language barriers. “Because English is my second language, sometimes students do not understand me,” Luk said.

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One of two candidates vying for the position of UAPD chief presented at a town meeting at the UA on Monday. The meeting was held in the Student Union Memorial Center and included a presentation and Q&A with candidate Cmdr. Gregg Jacquin of the Chandler Police Department. A meeting for the second candidate, University of Arizona Police Department Cmdr. Brian Seastone, will be held on Wednesday. “I did grow up in Tucson,” Jacquin said. “I certainly understand how important UA is to Tucson and the greater community and to the state of Arizona.” Jacquin said he attended high school at Tucson High Magnet School and undergraduate school at the UA. After working a variety of both public service and municipal jobs, Jacquin said that he has done everything. “I think I bring a breadth of experience to the university environment,” Jacquin said. Jacquin began working at the Chandler Police Department in 1995, and said that working there was the best thing he’s ever done. It’s ideal for him to work in a place that he cares about, he added. “Very rarely do you get the opportunity to cultivate your career in a place you grew up, in a place you love, in a place you participated in,” Jacquin said. Jacquin cited some general

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policies he would implement if elected chief, but said that the basis of his platform is assessment and community development. “This department is only as relevant as you allow it to be,” Jacquin said. “There is no constituency on this campus that is more or less important.” Jacquin touched on several issues he sees as important on the UA campus. He said he would ideally like to perform daily threat assessments to

protect students and school assets. These assessments would be based in interdepartmental communication and assessments of unconventional threats, like cyber crimes. “We need to leverage technology in this environment,” Jacquin said. As for the controversial legislation that would allow guns on campus if passed, Jacquin does not approve. He said that in an active-shooter situation, armed

citizens create chaos for the first responding police officers. “I’m just not sure it leads to a safer environment for us,” Jacquin said. Jacquin said that no one is ever certain what the biggest threat will be, but that he has an obligation to anticipate what those threats might be on a situational basis. “I have a fundamental obligation to keep the guests, the people who live on this campus

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CAMPUS HEALTH will host the Sexual Health Resource Fair on the UA Mall. The event offers different resources to answer students’ questions related to sexuality as well as giving away condoms and other goodies.

reached out to Campus Health, staff there welcomed the idea of Condom Olympics and suggested his students host it during the fair. The olympics will take place right next to the resource fair and include athletic events such as a condom-wrapped egg toss. Students can also see and make condom art and join a condom

scavenger hunt on the Mall. Anyone can join any of the olympic events, and there will be mini prizes for competition winners, Simmons added. Simmons said he hopes the olympics will break down some of the stigma students might still feel when using, buying or getting free condoms.

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Condom competition coming to fair Students may be greeted by a 6-foot-tall condom on their way to class Wednesday. Campus Health Service is hosting its annual Sexual Health Resource Fair, where students can learn about sexual health resources on campus and in the community. Students can also take a photo with Mr. Condom, a 6-foot-tall condom that will be handing out condoms on the UA Mall during the fair. William Simmons, an associate professor who teaches sexual health and AIDS in the department of gender and women’s studies, had his students plan the Condom Olympics this year as a new addition to Sex Talk Week. Simmons said he doesn’t like exams or term papers for his students and always tries to find an action learning assignment. This is the first year he is teaching the sex health class, so when he

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UAPD CHIEF CANDIDATE Gregg Jacquin gives a presentation on his law enforcement qualifications during a town hall meeting at the Student Union Memorial Center on Monday. Jacquin has served with the Chandler Police Department since 1995.

“Hopefully this will get students comfortable knowing what condoms are,” Simmons said, “and if they ever need them that they won’t be prevented by stigma or awkwardness.” The fair, which has been hosted by Campus Health for more than 25 years, will offer students interactive booths where they can play games and talk to more than a dozen different community resource groups about pregnancy prevention, STD testing, sexual assault, healthy relationships and birth control. Nurse practitioners will be at the fair to answer students’ questions about sexual health, Hamilton said. “The overall goal is to get people talking about sex and making healthy choices if they choose to be sexually active,” said Lee Ann Hamilton, assistant director of Health Promotion and Preventive Services at Campus Health. “It’s really to get people aware of the resources both on

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Where is your favorite place to travel? Probably to Asia. I am going there for the second time this summer. What do you do when you are there? I just sightsee in Vietnam. My dad is interested in the region, so I go up there with him a lot. What is your best memory of traveling there? There is a place called Ha Long Bay, it is a bay area with giant rock mountains throughout. It is the most beautiful place I have ever seen. Would you ever move there? Probably not under the current conditions of the country. Maybe someday. What would you like to see in the next On the Spot? What’s your favorite hobby that not many people would know about? GRACE PIERSON/THE DAILY WILDCAT

DIANA STOVERN (left) and Suzy Stillman (right), both atmospheric science graduate students, study at The Scented Leaf on University Boulevard. They said their favorite drink to get is the yerba mate mixed with herbal tea.

HOROSCOPES Today’s Birthday (02/11/14). Focus on optimal health and work this year for extraordinary results. You’re learning tricks for powerful performance (especially through August). Include practices for physical, mental and spiritual growth. A spring cleaning at home makes space for a new stage in romance and partnership (solar eclipse, 6/10). Spend time with young people for inspiration, fun and play. Grow your love. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Today is a 9 — Quiet productivity gets more accomplished than meetings. Focus on health and service. Take care of yourself and others. Rest, and remind others to do the same. Avoid big expense or hassle. Postpone appointments if you need. Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is a 7 — Plan some social fun. Direct your actions logically. Turn down public for private today. Try not to provoke jealousy. Controversy could arise. Ignore someone who says it can’t be done. Pay attention to intuition. Admit impracticalities. Aries (March 21-April 19) — Today is a 6 — Prepare for all the contingencies you can imagine, and don’t make promises you can’t keep. Spend time on organization and planning before taking action. Another illusion bites the dust. Abundance is available again. Exceed expectations.

Gemini (May 21-June 20) — Today is a 9 — Love grows, even if it’s not quite as expected. You’ve got the upper hand. Don’t talk about it. Avoid an argument with the one who signs your paychecks. Be respectful. Find a sweetheart deal.

Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is a 7 — Unexpected circumstances could interfere with the plans. Keep the faith. Don’t forget to do an important job at work. Learn as you teach. Schedule a family discussion for later. Small steps forward add up.

Cancer (June 21-July 22) — Today is a 9 — Take care if you must travel now. Abundance is available. Don’t rush blindly forward, though. Meditation delivers keen personal insight. Expand it by sharing it. Heed advice from a female. Go down a new road.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is an 8 — A lucky break opens a new door. Study the options. Don’t take anything for granted. Use what you have. You’re especially charming now. Exploration through travel or the eyes of another inspires you. Sort through your stuff.

Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is a 6 — Gamble another day. Focus on the jobs you love and delegate others. More complications could arise, with unstable conditions. Keep to the plan, despite temporary confusion. Cautiously advance while reviewing options. Reassure someone who feels abandoned.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Today is a 7 — Clear up confusion before proceeding. Doublecheck financial documents and paperwork. Listen to all the considerations, regarding upcoming expenses. Budget to make it work. Remain firm but not rigid. Talk to your family before signing.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is a 7 — Chaos and misunderstandings could slow the action. It’s a good time to relax and recharge. Keep it frugal. Negotiate your way out of a corner. You can succeed. Offer advice only if asked. Get insight from a dream.

Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Today is a 7 — It’s getting easier to advance, although communications could slow or get twisted. Don’t tell everything. Offer extra service. Good work leads to more assignments. Help a goofy friend stay calm. Allow yourself a little treat.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Today is an 8 — Conditions seem shaky. Encourage compromise on the team. Don’t gossip about your job. Check the regulations. Work out the budget with a partner. You don’t need whistles and bells. Integrate your insights. Present a balanced report.

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Lingerie line is anti-Photoshop American Eagle Outfitters’ sister store takes a stand against digital editing of models, promotes natural beauty, self-confidence

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“Get Real. Think Real. No Supermodels. No Retouching. The real you is sexy,” reads Aerie’s motto for its newest collection, which features untouched pictures of models of all sizes appearing confident and proud of who they are. This inspiring campaign attempts to show that no one is perfect, but we should instead learn to embrace our flaws. Aerie’s message is projected loud and clear: you are stunning inside and out, so pass it on and live it up. Models with thigh gaps, exposed ribs and sunken cheeks are made to look beautiful in fashion magazines, but to achieve these impeccable looks, which

winkling eyes, porcelain skin and pouty pink lips grace the glossy covers of magazines everywhere. These picture-perfect models are ingrained into our minds. But even women who get paid to be beautiful aren’t perfect. These cover girls are critiqued and edited until the photoshopped pictures are flawless and sometimes unrecognizable. You can read Pinterest quotes about being comfortable in This inspiring campaign attempts to your own skin show women that no one is perfect, as much as you want, but the but we should instead learn to idea of being embrace our flaws. perfect is forever in the back of your mind. American Eagle’s sister store for lingerie, appear effortless, countless hours Aerie, chose to defy the odds of work are needed. with its spring 2014 campaign for What we tend to forget is “aerie real.”

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the amount of airbrushing and tweaking that produces these images. According to a global study on women’s relationship with beauty conducted by Dove, only 4 percent of women consider themselves beautiful. Statistics also show that 72 percent of girls ages 10 to 17 felt “tremendous” pressure to be beautiful. The same study found that only 11 percent of girls feel comfortable describing themselves as beautiful. Similar to Aerie, he

Young the Giant to perform at The Rialto

Dove Movement for Self-Esteem is dedicated to revisiting societies idea of beauty. As much as you might want to look like an underwear model with a perfectly toned body, that isn’t real life. If you learn to love your go-to T-shirt and hair piled on top of your head, you’ll be happier for it. This lingerie company is trying to prove that being natural is beautiful and having flaws is human, so let’s hope the trend catches on.

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Enough worrying about the weird way your hair flips, or thinking that losing an extra pound will solve all your problems. Sitting at the computer stressing and wishing to look perfect isn’t going to make your life better. Campaigns like these from Aerie and Dove can offer a boost of confidence.

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Who. What. Wear. Melanie Grant retailing and consumer sciences junior Describe to me what you are wearing today: I’m wearing a black lacy, flowy dress and a maroon scarf because it’s chilly out today, my favorite black jacket and Steve Madden brown boots. Describe what your personal style is: I think it changes day-to-day. Sometimes it depends on my mood for the day. Like today it’s a little more edgy. What’s your favorite item in your closet right now? I have this green maxi dress that I wear literally once a week. I can dress it up or dress it down. … It’s a great piece, great color and perfect for any season. So now that the weather is warming up, what items are you looking forward to most? I love how neon colors are coming back for the spring, just really bright and fun colors. I’m really excited to start wearing shorts and tank tops and all the bright colors. What’s one style you are going to miss most about the winter season? I love wearing boots … except now it’s okay to wear shorts and boots together, so maybe I’ll continue to wear my boots more often come spring.

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Young The Giant, an indie-rock band, will be performing at the Rialto Theatre tonight. Thought he show is sold out, the band’s newest album, Mind Over Matter, is out on iTunes.

of Young the Giant’s famous stage presence and the The Daily Wildcat Rialto’s atmosphere promises to be an audience favorite. It’s no wonder Young the The Rialto continues its Giant has a sold-out show at tradition of entertainment the Rialto Theatre tonight. as it welcomes Young the The musicians reflect rock Giant to its 94-year-old and indie music through their stage. The theater, which hipster-meets-rock star style. opened in 1920, is one of Tonight is the Southern the most historic buildings California-based band’s in Tucson. According to second show at the Rialto. rialtotheatre.com, “providing Young the Giant is well entertainment for the known for its quality live common man has been the shows. The band has already ethos of the Rialto since its sold out many of its shows construction.” The Rialto on the current has previously tour, and is headlined The musicians reflect rock and indie closing the tour groups such music through their hipster meets at the Firefly as Vampire Music Festival W e e k e n d , rock star style. in Dover, Del. The Black This will not Keys, Avenged be Young Sevenfold, The Giant’s first time at most aggressive song on the Modest Mouse, Snoop Dogg, a music festival, as it has album.” Mind Over Matter is Bon Iver, Sufjan Stevens, previously performed at similar to Young the Giant’s Pentatonix, Ed Sheeran renowned festivals such as earlier work, but it spends and Steve Vai. The standing Bonnaroo, Austin City Limits more time highlighting the arena on the bottom floor of and Lollapalooza, where driving guitars — both rhythm the theater is a space where it received outstanding and lead. music lovers have gathered responses from audiences. The lyrics in Mind Over over many decades. Band members Sameer Matter are magnetic. Gadhia Young the Giant is sure to Gadhia (vocals), Jacob told Rolling Stone that the leave a lasting effect on the Tilley (guitar), Eric Cannata band took inspiration mainly Rialto and Tucson. (guitar), Payam Doostzadeh from Radiohead and D’Angelo (bass) and Francois Comtois during the production of this (drums) released their debut album. The band highlights album in 2010 titled Young both Radiohead’s seriousness — Follow the Giant. Young the Giant and D’Angelo’s experience. Christianna Silva propelled itself into the Tonight, the combination @DailyWildcat BY Christianna Silva

world of rock ‘n’ roll with this album, its accompanying single “My Body” and its most well-known song, “Cough Syrup,” which peaked at No. 2 in alternative. In January, it released its most recent album, Mind Over Matter, with the Grammynominated producer of Paramore, Beck, Nine Inch Nails and M83, Justin MeldalJohnsen. This album features the lead single “It’s About Time,” which, according to Comtois, is “certainly the

Who is your style icon? My mom! She is a flight attendant so she goes to Europe all the time, so her style is a lot more fashion-forward than most but still really trendy and classy.

Dario Foroutan communications junior Who is your style icon? Throughout my life it’s been my grandpa. … Whenever he presents himself, he very much wants it to be a part of his personality. Tell me what you’re wearing today: I’m wearing a pair of Perry Ellis lowrider dress shoes, Levi’s khaki pants and a Nautica button up. What is your favorite article of clothing in your closet right now? A white polo. … I like to keep my clothing very simple. How often do you wear it? I try not to break it out too often … but probably once a week. What article of clothing are you looking forward to with the warm weather quickly approaching? Tanks. I love a good tank and I try to wear them now, but the mornings are way too cold. What article of clothing are you going to miss the most as the cold weather season disappears? I love boots. Back home, I have Timberland boots, I have three or four pairs. I like to pair the boots up with some khakis or a pair of jeans and a cardigan. What’s one style for guys to look out for this spring? Boots, even in the springtime. Other than that, I would have to say that short-sleeved button ups with a collar are becoming huge too. — compiled by Rosie de Queljoe

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Flushing gendered restrooms BY shelby thomas The Daily Wildcat

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arly last month, the University of Houston-Downtown unanimously voted to make several bathrooms on campus genderneutral, making it the first college in Texas to do so, according to the Houston Press. These public restrooms can be used by anyone, regardless of their gender identity or expression. Following the example of Ohio State University, which is incorporating gender-neutral bathrooms on campus, New Mexico State University is encouraging that such facilities be placed in all new and renovated buildings. Arizona State University and the University of ColoradoBoulder have also included genderneutral bathrooms on their campuses. The UA is at the forefront of this progressive movement with a number of gender-neutral bathrooms already on campus, and further progress seems to be right around the corner. The Associated Students of the University of Arizona is currently considering an initiative to make the locations of these gender-neutral bathrooms better-known by marking them more clearly. I was very surprised to find that gender-neutral bathrooms exist on campus, and I doubt many others are aware of them. Through this initiative, the UA has the opportunity to further promote a welcoming environment for all students. Signs around campus would increase awareness about genderneutral restrooms so that campus community members know all of their options. As a result, any stress or anxiety associated with finding a comfortable environment would dissolve. People whose gender identity matches the sex they were considered at birth may take for granted the commonplace action of using a public restroom. However, transgender students do not always have this luxury, and many experience severe stress, anxiety and sometimes even harassment in a bathroom setting. If an individual does not fit into the socially constructed idea of a “man” or “woman,” they can be met with hostility because others are ignorant. The numbers reflecting transgender violence in our society are startlingly high and reflect a very real and significant issue. Basic Rights Oregon reported that of the 6,000 people who participated in the 2011 National Transgender Discrimination Survey, over 50 percent “reported experiencing harassment in public accommodations” — defined as locations such as bathrooms, hotels and restaurants — while “10 percent reported being physically attacked.” The pain and fear that results from this unfortunate yet very real risk has the potential to derail academics and could negatively affect one’s emotional, physical and academic state. Imagine waking up knowing that, without a doubt, where you relieve yourself will be a source of stress. No one should have to experience this fear or discomfort, especially not on a campus that upholds a “policy of nondiscrimination on the basis of gender identity,” according to the UA’s Statement on Restroom Access. Remmy Ruiz, a psychology sophomore who identifies as transgender, addressed the worries and potential risks that transgender students face when gender-neutral bathrooms are not an option. “Transgender females to males look very masculine on the outside. Someone is going to pepper spray the hell out of me one day and it doesn’t matter what biological gender I am, what I identify as is who I really am,” he said. “For that reason, I am putting myself in an at the very least awkward and at the very most dangerous situation.” Last year, the UA announced its plans to introduce a transgender studies minor in the fall of 2014, according to the College Fix. While our institution clearly values a rich and diverse education for all students, I hope to see this same commitment made to the goal of establishing a system of facilities that are inclusive and easily accessible for all students, faculty, staff and visitors.

— Shelby Thomas is a sophomore studying family studies and human development and Spanish. Follow her @shelbyalayne

From Allen to Gibson: Separating artists’ actions from their works BY BRITTANY RUDOLPH The Daily Wildcat

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ast semester, a discussion in my Shakespeare class took an unexpected turn. We left the world of 16th century England and veered into present-day Hollywood. As the professor recommended film renditions of “Hamlet,” he mentioned the excellent job Mel Gibson does in the title role. From the back of the room, maybe jokingly, perhaps seriously, one of my classmates piped up: “He’s also really good at being a racist!” A few people giggled, but professor Frederick Kiefer grew somber in the way that only literary scholars can. “We all know what happened in Malibu,” he said, referencing Gibson’s arrest for drunk driving and his subsequent racist rant in 2006. “However,” he continued, “what you need to understand is that horrible people can make great art.” The harsh reality is that this is true — vile, disgusting individuals can create wonderful things. How do we reconcile ourselves to the fact that terrible human beings can create art that improves the world, while they harm it as people? Should we even try to accept the contrast between the beauty of a person’s art and the profound ugliness of their soul? It’s imperative that we carefully consider who we give our money to in an age when art and entertainment are not

only pastimes but valuable money-making different than they appear. When we listen to “Imagine,” we want industries. to be inspired by John Lennon — not This decision is especially pertinent in plagued by thoughts of him as a bad light of Woody Allen’s recent situation. father. As we laugh along to reruns of “The He’s been nominated for an Academy Cosby Show,” ignoring the recent sexual Award for Best Original Screenplay for assault allegations surrounding Bill Cosby “Blue Jasmine,” but there’s a very dark is simply easier. tone to the golden glow. But in order to promote a better world, According to former partner Mia Farrow and other family members, Allen molested we ultimately need to sacrifice some of our indulgent fantasies. We need to his then-7-year-old daughter, Dylan, in stop equating accomplished people only 1993. Allen recently received a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Golden Globes, with their art, and start thinking about their other actions as well. Being able to sparking the accusations of child abuse write a beautiful movie or once again. sing a lovely song is not The appalling synonymous with having allegations may or may We need to good character. Great art not be true, but Allen is stop equating does not mean pure heart. not the first man with an accomplished We shouldn’t just cast off impressive résumé to be people only any artist or performer with haunted by rumors of a with their art. a questionable past, but we seedy personal life. Like need to think deeply about Mel Gibson, it is entirely who we support with our possible that Allen is a attention and money. There reprehensible person are plenty of people, like coincidentally capable of Angelina Jolie, who manage to both do producing Oscar-worthy films. good for the world and the entertainment The contrast between the creation and industry. We should remember to support the creator’s character may be shocking, the artists who don’t just make a change but we need to accept that this dichotomy by moving us, but who make a positive exists. We struggle to do so, because we’re change for the world with their personal used to the facades that Hollywood feeds actions. us of its members as glimmering and idealized. Since we turn to entertainment in order to escape from our own imperfect world, we wish to believe the illusion. The suggestion that artists or performers are fake feels like a betrayal. — Brittany Rudolph is a We feel we know the people who join us sophomore studying English and in our homes via our TVs and iPods, so art history. Follow her it’s hard to realize that they may be much @DailyWildcat

Letters to the Editor In response to “Club advocates against use of palm oil” (Elizabeth Eaton, Feb. 3): Dear Editor, Thank you for printing the article on our group’s work on campus to bring awareness to the issues surrounding the use of *conflict* palm oil. Because our group is committed to raising awareness and education about these issues, we would like to make sure your readers know that it is *conflict* palm oil that is the problem and which we are against, and not ALL palm oil as the title of the article suggests. The distinction between palm oil and *conflict* palm oil is critical because some palm oil production involves rain forest deforestation, carbon-rich

peatland clearing, human rights violations, and animal abuse. Palm oil that is grown and sold by these companies/plantations is known as ‘conflict palm oil.’ Because much palm oil is not traceable to its source, many groups are calling on companies to only purchase traceable, sustainable palm oil from their suppliers. The Palm Oil Awareness Initiative aims to raise awareness and educate people about *conflict* palm oil in our consumer goods, and encourage our community to become involved to help stop these practices, both locally and globally. Thank you very much for your time and assistance in helping us spread our message. — Kim Kelly, Stacey Tecot and Nick Alexandre

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Online comments In response to “Women’s rights: White men should neither be seen nor heard” (Eric Klump, Feb. 10): The majority of the public doesn’t have degrees in political science or finance yet they vote for our politicians. Do you think they’re not educated to make decisions on that as well? And are women automatically 100 percent experts on all things women health related just because they are a woman? I know many women who aren’t as educated as they should be. Everyone has a right to their opinions on all issues that are being debated by our country. — Anonymous

Men still don’t know women’s issues like a woman, which is why they should keep out of women’s uteri. Women don’t know what it’s like to be a man. Do you want a woman to tell you whether or not you can have viagra or decide what condoms are safe or not? White men still don’t know how it feels to be African American. Look what white men did to the African American race — they are still de-humanising them after hundreds of years. Heterosexual men and women don’t know what it’s like to be gay so why are they making laws to exclude these people? … Sexual, gender and racial issues need to be discussed with the people involved otherwise, you’ll be voted out of office — that is, of course, unless your district is gerrymandered or subjected to strict voter ID laws. — Jeca (in response to Anonymous)

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Police Beat by Marissa MEzzatesta The Daily Wildcat

Wine in a bag

Two UA students were diverted to the Dean of Students Office for underage drinking in Kaibab-Huachuca Residence Hall on Feb. 2 at 12:13 a.m. A University of Arizona Police Department officer was making rounds in Kaibab-Huachuca with a resident assistant on duty. As the officer and the RA went down the stairs, they saw two male students in a room holding a plastic bag from a box of wine. When asked, the students identified themselves to the officer and both said the bag contained wine. One student said that the two of them had paid a friend who lives in Coronado Residence Hall approximately $20 for the box of wine. The students would not name the friend who had purchased the wine, and said they did not know where he had purchased it or what brand it was. The two men said they planned on staying in the residence hall and drinking the wine that evening, but both denied having had any alcohol yet. The two students were diverted to the Dean of Students Office.

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A UA student was diverted to the Dean of Students Office for underage drinking on Feb. 2 at around 11 p.m. A resident assistant reported to a UAPD officer that “a guy came in really drunk, being held up by his girlfriend and they went up to her room.” The officer went to the student’s room, where he found the man leaning on the bed while the woman held him by his waist to keep him from falling. He began to vomit, and the officer instructed the women to roll him on his side. The officer then proceeded to ask him questions, which he answered “extremely slurred and inappropriately.” The student was then written up and taken to the University of Arizona Medical Center for extreme intoxication.

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A physical altercation between two taxi drivers broke out in the loading zone of Coronado on Thursday at 9:09 p.m. When the officer arrived at the scene, one driver said he was assaulted and involved in an altercation. This driver said that two days before he had had a verbal argument with a new cab driver, who then aggressively approached him on Thursday. The new cab driver got in the other driver’s face and swung at him, hitting him on the left side of his jaw, with a closed fist. The assaulted driver defended himself by striking the new cab driver on each side of his face. After being hit twice the new cab driver left and got back into his cab. Both drivers were arrested and served with exclusionary orders.

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USA NETWORK’S ORIGINAL SERIES ‘SUIT’ HEADS TO UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA 7 PM-10 PM, Gallagher Theater; Inside Student Union Memorial Center 1303 E University Blvd. . Ahead of the mid-season premiere, students will be able to participate in high-stakes activities designed to help them discover the skills required of a “SUIT-able” “Pearson Specter” law firm recruit. University of Arizona fans will also be treated to an exclusive preview screening and interactive Q&A with series’ stars, Rick Hoffman (Louis Litt) and Amanda Schull (Katrina Bennett) as they answer the series’ most burning questions and reveal secrets from the set of SUITS.

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Lunar and Planetary Laboratory Colloquium 3:45 PM- 4:45 PM, Kuiper Space Sciences, Room 312, 1629 E. University Blvd. Colin Dundas, research geologist for the Astrogeology Science Center of the U.S. Geological Survey, will give a talk titled “Martian Gully Activity as Seen by HiRISE.” LGBTQA+ Support Group 4 PM-5:30 PM, Room 412, 4th Floor, Student Union. This group is a safe space for UA students, staff and faculty to talk in an open and supportive environment about issues impacting their lives and the LGBTQ and Allied community. Facilitated by LGBTQ staff to provide resources and guidance, the group is free and confidential.

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safeTALK Workshop 9 AM-12 PM, El Dorado Health Campus 1400 N Wilmot RD. PCOA’s safeTALK workshop provides you with the basic steps for recognizing someone with thoughts of suicide and connecting them to life-saving resources. $10 deposit will be refunded on completion of training. Call 750-0048 to register. Tucson Tuesday Laughter Yoga 6 PM-7 PM, St. Francis in the Foothills Church, Room 30-31 4625 E. River Road. Gently through breathing and yogic exercises, we touch your heart with playful laughter designed to promote peace and healing. “The Belle of Tombstone” 7 PM, Gaslight Theatre. Go back to the days of bar room brawls, stage coach robberies and highstepping saloon hall girls in the “town too tough to die” in this musical comedy. $18.50 adults/ $16.50 - students, senior & military/ $8.50 children (12 & under). Compiled by Anna Yeltchev

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Ricky Maciel, an astronomy and physics sophomore, had Luk as a TA last semester. According to Maciel, any communication issues were resolved quickly. “I just raised my hand and asked him personally,� Maciel said. If communication issues persist, Luk turns to his students. “I have them work with their partner to try to work out the problem,� Luk said. “If they still do not understand, I move them to another group.� Britain Eakin, a graduate student in Middle Eastern studies, worked as a TA for Middle Eastern Humanities in the fall of 2013. Most of the work in the class was in the form of essays, and she said she sometimes experienced language barriers with her students. “It’s an interesting issue, and one that should be handled delicately,� Eakin said. Fahd Alalwi has a unique perspective on language barriers, as he is from Saudi Arabia and is earning a Ph.D. in second language acquisition and teaching at the UA. He worked as an instructional assistant at CESL in the fall of 2012. “The language barrier is the thing that we are working on as ESL teachers,� he said. “This problem was part of the solution itself. This kind of facilitated the process for both parties — for the teacher and for the student.� Alalwi said he enjoyed teaching outside of his home country of Saudi Arabia to students with a variety of backgrounds. “When I taught in my country, it was all homogeneous,� Alalwi said. “Having a group from different nationalities, from different countries, is enriching.� SHANE BEKIAN/THE DAILY WILDCAT

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and the students safe,� he said. Jacquin said that UAPD is already doing a good job, but that he would like to create a community between the UAPD and all of the other departments of the UA, both on and off campus. “You do three things in life: fair, consistent and honest, and you do not lose,� Jacquin said.

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campus and in the community.� The Pima County Health Department will also bring its mobile testing van to the campus to give free STD testing for a limited number of students. Jennifer Hoefle-Olson, program director for LGBTQ Affairs, said Sex Talk week provides an opportunity to have an honest conversation about sex and offer students information about valuable resources. “We know that our lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender,

queer students also need to have adding that LGBTQ Affairs that conversation and to get has to make up for that lack of resources,� Hoefle-Olson said. “So knowledge students have coming we partner with campus health in from high school. Being able to partner with on events during Sex Talk Week to Campus Health make sure and be a part of that there’s a bigger, annual content IF YOU GO: event helps LGBTQ that is What: Sexual Health Affairs reach out to relevant to Resource Fair more students and our LGBTQ When: Wednesday, 10 a.m. educate them on students.� to 2 p.m. these issues, she The sex Where: UA Mall said. The LGBTQ education booth will include students a game where receive during high school is typically not students can learn how to practice inclusive of LGBTQ relationships safe sex in a variety of potential or practices, Hoefle-Olson said, sexual encounters.

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Atlanta braces for rare winter storm MCClathcy Tribune

A flake of snow had not yet hit the ground Monday, but Atlanta’s grocery stores were already packed with shoppers afraid of disaster. Fruit and breakfast foods were popular. So were wines. One young man at a Sam’s Club commanded a shopping cart packed with at least eight cases of Bud Light and Corona beers. “The water was basically all gone,” Amana Abdul-Jabbaar, 30, told the Los Angeles Times in a phone interview after visiting a Kroger in Sandy Springs, Ga., where lines were so long that it took 25 minutes to check out in the express lane. “There were a lot of people in the store like it was armageddon; they were stocking up on absolutely everything.” Abdul-Jabbaar laughed and added, “I think it’s funny because I’m from New York City, so I’m not used to this.” If you are not afraid of a little ice and snow, you are probably not from Atlanta. Schools began closing and Atlanta residents flooded grocery stores after Georgia’s governor declared a state of emergency for 45 counties facing another unusual Southern winter storm this week. The reason for the extreme caution can be traced to the last time a couple of inches of snow fell on Atlanta — less than two weeks ago. The city came to a near-standstill after an epic traffic jam stranded some drivers for longer

than 24 hours. That storm became an instant political fiasco for Atlanta mayor Kasim Reed and Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal, who were accused of dragging their feet in alerting schools and drivers before a traffic snarl trapped children on buses or in schools and forced some drivers to sleep in their cars. Those officials promised to be prepared if such a storm returned in the future. Now, they’re facing that possibility. How bad the ice could get was not yet certain, Listemaa said, but officials were not taking many chances. In Atlanta, snowplows and salt spreaders were ordered to be ready to go on duty at 6 p.m. “Ice is the big danger here,” Deal told reporters Monday morning. “We should all, individually, use extreme caution.” That message resonated with Georgians who spent their Monday afternoons at grocery stores, stocking up out of fear that another bizarre winter disaster could strike. “I don’t think a whole lot of snow is predicted, so this may not be a sensible reaction for somebody in New York. But for us, this is definitely in our reasonable zone,” Karen Louis, 42, of Roswell, Ga., told the Times in a phone interview as she was about to head for the grocery store. Two weeks ago, it took Louis 14 hours to drive home. “We feel completely justified in cleaning

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Richard Bethea picks up additional items on Monday in Atlanta for the upcoming winter storm.

off the shelves because 1 to 3 inches is coming,” she said. Kenisha Robertson, 36, was planning to keep her kids home even before Atlanta-area schools announced closures for Tuesday and Wednesday. In the last storm, it took her more than 10 hours to make a drive that normally

takes 15 minutes. At her local Publix, Robertson fought the crowds to buy four gallons of water. “The eggs were gone, bread, milk,” said Robertson, ticking off a list of what people were hunting for, which included vegetables and dog food. “The frozen pizza was gone!”

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A federal judge sentenced a man from Mexico to 30 years in prison Monday for the 2010 killing of Border Patrol Agent Brian A. Terry, a slaying that led to the unraveling of failed federal gun-tracking program known as Operation Fast and Furious. Manuel Osorio-Arellanes, who pleaded guilty to first-degree murder in October 2012 in exchange for avoiding the death penalty, apologized in court for the slaying. “I regret what happened, sir,”

Osorio-Arellanes told the judge in Spanish. “I, too, was hurt. I don’t know what else to say. Please forgive me.” He was part of a group of bandits who engaged in a shootout with Terry and three other Border Patrol agents in southern Arizona, just south of Tucson. Terry was a member of the U.S. Border Patrol’s elite tactical unit that had been working the area for several nights, a few miles north of the U.S.-Mexico border. While the desert bandits scattered toward Mexico, OsorioArellanes was shot in the torso and

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unable to run. Agents discovered a live round in the chamber of the rifle he was carrying and 24 more in the magazine. Two of the weapons recovered from the shooting scene were traced to Operation Fast and Furious, which was led by the Phoenix field office of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives. The operation allowed weapons to be illegally sold in the United States so they could later be tracked across the border to Mexican drug cartels. The intent was to arrest cartel leaders. Most of the firearms

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Kenzie Fowler back for more BY JAMES KELLEY The Daily Wildcat

Arizona softball pitcher Kenzie Fowler was so excited to start her (second) senior season last Friday that she forgot something pretty important: her uniform. Fowler (1-0) eventually suited up and led the Wildcats (3-0) to a 9-0 win against Southern Mississippi. In her first non-exhibition game since 2012 on opening day, Fowler struck out two and allowed two hits and zero runs in four innings of work. “I guess you could say I was a little too excited to be out here and I wasn’t thinking too clearly, but I was just excited to be back,” Fowler said. In October 2012, Fowler had a microscopic lumbar discectomy to repair a herniated disc on her back. Last March, she decided to take a medical redshirt and sit out the 2013 season after missing 20 games. “I’m glad to have her back; it’s good to have her back on the mound and I thought she did a good job,” head coach Mike Candrea said on opening day. In her second appearance, on Sunday, Fowler came out of the bullpen to help secure Arizona’s 88th no-hitter. Fowler retired all six batters she faced, striking out five. “She’s extremely talented, so it’s really nice to have her back and healthy and feeling good,” said assistant coach Alicia Hollowell, who coaches pitchers. “I’m super excited about having her knowledge and talent as a pitcher back to really lead this staff.” Fowler said it was tough watching the team last year without her — the Wildcats suffered 26 losses, the most defeats in program history — but she learned from it. “No athlete ever wants to sit out — it’s not a fun thing — but I tried to take it for what it was and get the positives out of it,” Fowler said. “I learned a lot about the game, learned a little bit about myself.” Hollowell, the UA’s career leader in wins, innings pitched and strikeouts, said that Fowler compares favorably to Arizona’s great pitchers. “I think she is definitely up there, she’s such a smart pitcher,” Hollowell said. “The ball comes out of her hand so lively that I think being able to be healthy and get through a season healthy, she’s really going to do a lot of good things for us.” The UA’s storied program has produced eight national championships and is known for dominant pitchers. As a freshman, Fowler almost joined that pantheon of greats. In 2010, she was a first team NFCA All-American and a USA Softball

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SENIOR KENZIE FOWLER pitched two perfect innings and struck out five batters in Arizona’s no-hitter and 12-0 five-inning win over Southern Mississippi on Sunday. Fowler returned last weekend after missing the entire 2013 season due to a back injury.

Player of the Year finalist and was named All-Women’s College World Series, leading the Wildcats to the championship series against UCLA with Arizona’s fifth national runnerup finish. Fowler, who earned a journalism degree at the UA in December, was named outstanding graduating senior by the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, and gave a speech at the SBS convocation on Dec. 19. “I think Kenzie’s definitely one of our most intelligent players,” Hollowell said. “If she ever wanted to get into it, she’d be a really good coach because she sees the game that way. She learns fast and she can read things and pick up tendencies, and she’s really softball smart.”

In 2010, as a freshman, Fowler’s record was 38-9 and her ERA was 1.53, while her sophomore year she was 26-9 and had a 1.87 ERA. As a sophomore, Fowler was second-team NFCA All-American, Pac-10 All-Academic honorable mention and USA Softball player of the year finalist. As a junior, her ERA was a careerhigh 2.85, and her record was 15-9 while dealing with multiple injuries, including the start of her back injury. In 2007, she needed three surgeries to fix blood clotting in her throwing arm and nearly died. Her sophomore year of college she got hit by a foul ball and was hospitalized. She didn’t blame the injuries, though. Fowler, who prepped at Canyon

del Oro High School in the Tucson area, said she is feeling the best she has felt in five years. Junior catcher Chelsea Goodacre said Fowler’s pitching keeps getting better. “Every day she comes out here and she gets better, and that just gives us promise for the future — that every single day she will be better — and hopefully we’ll be playing the last game of the year,” Goodacre said. If Fowler does lead the Wildcats to another championship series, she’ll have plenty of practice remembering her uniform.

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T.J. McCONNELL surveys the court during Sunday’s 76-54 win against Oregon State in McKale Center. The junior transfer is known for his assists but has become more versatile of late, hitting important shots and even grabbing rebounds.

for someone who plays far away from the basket. But with the loss of Brandon When the No. 2 Arizona Ashley, head coach Sean Wildcats defeated Oregon Miller needs even his guards 67-65 in McKale Center on to anticipate grabbing the long Thursday evening, the outcome rebounds. of the game came down to a “Now our guards have to get single shot. in there and block out and get A 3-pointer by junior guard the long [rebounds],” Miller T.J. McConnell with 1:33 left said after Sunday’s game. “We completed Arizona’s comeback talked a lot against the Ducks, about it after who held a lead the Oregon Someone always hits the big shot. for nearly the game, during entire second half. the Oregon — Nick Johnson, junior guard “Someone game. That always hits the was the biggest big shot,” shooting emphasis guard Nick going into [the Johnson said after Thursday’s Wildcats’ team continued on Oregon State] game.” win. “Tonight it was T.J. You look Sunday in Arizona’s 76-54 victory Miller went on to say that the in 22 games, there was one time over Oregon State. McConnell Wildcats’ win over Oregon was we didn’t hit the big shot.” wasn’t needed for a clutch “the best thing that could have While McConnell may have basket, so he proved his worth ever happened us.” hit the biggest shot of the night, in other ways. The 6-foot-1 guard The Oregon game showed he only made two of his nine had six rebounds against the Arizona that it can win even shots from the floor. Beavers, a significant number BASKETBALL, 9 “You know, everyone was just BY EVAN ROSENFELD

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telling me to keep shooting,” McConnell said after Thursday’s win. “The coaches and Nick came up to me and said, ‘You’re going to make the next one.’” McConnell sunk his second attempt from behind the perimeter early in the second period, but came up empty on his third, fourth and fifth. McConnell’s value to the

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ome March, freshman guard Elliott Pitts could be a dark horse for the now No. 2-ranked Arizona men’s basketball team. An early season wrist injury sidelined the freshman. But even when he returned to the team, a tough non-conference schedule kept him on the bench as head coach Sean Miller didn’t believe he was ready to step off the bench during valuable minutes. Pitts didn’t play in 14 of the Wildcats’ first 22 games. But with the recent injury to Brandon Ashley, Miller had no choice but to put his faith in Pitts. In the past two games, the shooting guard has shown relentless hustle on defense, attention to fundamental details and a desire to prove himself. “The thing I’m most proud of him is that he’s really battled defensively,” Miller said of Pitts. “It’s the thing I love about him being a young player, he’s ahead of the curve. Seeing how much he contributed on defense as he did is a good sign for us and him moving forward.” In Arizona’s 67-65 come-from-behind victory over Oregon, Pitts was given the opportunity and rose to the occasion. Pitts grabbed rebounds, made baskets and guarded some of the Ducks’ best scorers. After the Oregon game, 3-year starter

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CARISSA CRUTCHFIELD drives to the basket during Arizona’s 68-49 win against ASU on Sunday that snapped an 11-game losing streak for the UA.

BY ROSE ALY VELENZUAELA The Daily Wildcat

Arizona men’s basketball bounced back from its loss against Cal and defeated Oregon and Oregon State during the weekend. With starting forward Brandon Ashley out, Arizona has made adjustments to continue its season and was able to out-score Oregon State on Sunday by 22. Arizona improved to a 23-1 record for the season. Arizona women’s basketball upset No. 11 ASU 68-49 on Sunday. It was the first win over ASU since 2011 and the first time Arizona has beaten a ranked team since 2005, when it beat No. 19 UCLA. The Arizona softball team started its season and swept its opponent Southern Miss. On Friday Arizona defeated Southern Miss 9-0, Saturday 14-2 and Sunday 12-0. In total Arizona out-scored Southern Miss 35-2 in only 15 innings. No. 73 Arizona women’s tennis team is undefeated after sweeping Sacramento State 4-0 on Saturday. Arizona took all three doubles matches, 6-1, 6-48 and 6-2, early in the competition. The Arizona men’s tennis team improved its record to 7-5 on the year after the victory over UC Santa Barbara on Sunday. The Arizona swimming and diving teams defeated ASU on Saturday. The men beat the Sun Devils 158.5116.5 and the women beat ASU 171.5105.5.

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KRISTEN KLARENBACH performs against Washington on Feb. 1. Klarenbach was ill last week when the UA lost 197.825-194.425 at Utah.

The No. 13 Arizona gymnastics team fell to No. 4 Utah 197.825-194.425 on Friday. Head coach Bill Ryden said he thought the team was nervous, which he hadn’t seen before. Arizona had four falls on beam. No. 12 Arizona hockey head coach Sean Hogan was ejected from a game for the first time in his 11 years of coaching on Thursday when the Wildcats fell to Colorado State. The referees had called nine consecutive penalties on Arizona and ignored Hogan’s requests for explanations. The Phoenix Coyotes lost to the Dallas Stars 2-1 on Saturday, just before the Olympic break. The Oregon men’s basketball team suffered a loss against ASU during the weekend, but the coaches were upset over something other than the loss. An ASU student reportedly spit on an Oregon assistant coach and athletic trainer after the Sun Devils defeated the Ducks 74-72. The Olympic halfpipe practice was postponed on Monday due to complaints from the riders. The riders said the halfpipe is too vertical on the sides, ing rough landings and difficulty going in to the next jump. The riders had been asking for the workers to fix the pipe since the first day of practice Saturday.

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without Ashley, and gave them the confidence and a game plan to attack a stern frontcourt like Oregon State’s. While Arizona is now increasing emphasis on guards grabbing rebounds, freshman forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson represents the most important piece for the Wildcats. The new starter needs to be confident in his new role and at his new position. Miller said that, with the injury to Ashley, Hollis-Jefferson will now be playing close to the basket more often than he ever has before. Confidence was key to Hollis-Jefferson’s success against Oregon. Prior to

Thursday’s game he was averaging 23.5 minutes of playing time. Against Oregon he played for 34 minutes. He compiled a double-double in the contest, scoring 14 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. On Sunday against Oregon State, Hollis-Jefferson continued to shine and saw his point total increase to 16 points and help on the glass with 5 rebounds, 3 of which were offensive. “He’s a warrior,” McConnell said of Hollis-Jefferson. “I tell him that everyday: ‘You have that warrior’s mentality and they can’t take that from you.’ He just goes out there and outworks people and we all love that.”

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If all goes according to plan, Pitts’ true talent as FROM PAGE 8 a lethal jump shooter will surface and he will become Nick Johnson praised Pitts and an instrumental piece of the said he has high expectations Wildcats’ puzzle in upcoming for him in the future. seasons. “I kept on telling him His path seems similar before the game, ‘Don’t come to that of sophomore guard in and play scared. Shoot Gabe York. Both are talented the ball, shooters but because needed to you are one improve on of our best defense to shooters,’” gain more ELLIOTT PITTS Johnson minutes and YEAR/POSITION said. experience. FR. GUARD Pitts is an “He’s uncovered always been MAJOR treasure PRE-BUSINESS in every waiting to practice, HOMETOWN be polished getting DUBLIN, CALIF. and put on ready and HEIGHT, WEIGHT the court. preparing,” While he 6’5”, 180 LBS Miller said. has had a “In a funny 2013-14 STATS modest stat way, you line in his 10 GAMES PLAYED, see a guy 67 minutes 39 PERCENT SHOOTING like Elliott played — who doesn’t scoring 17 have a role points with eight rebounds in a game, and yet he’s getting and two steals — the better. He has a beautifulNorthern California native’s looking shot. … I think he can contributions extend far give us maybe a punch on beyond the stat sheet. offense, and that can be one He hustles hard on defense, of the positives as we utilize isn’t afraid to get down and him more.” dirty for a possession and always keeps basketball fundamentals in mind, unlike — Follow Evan Rosenfeld many players his age. @EvanRosenfeld17

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CARISSA CRUTCHFIELD drives to the basket during Arizona’s 68-49 win against ASU on Sunday that snapped an 11-game losing streak for the UA.

BY ROSE ALY VELENZUAELA The Daily Wildcat

Arizona men’s basketball bounced back from its loss against Cal and defeated Oregon and Oregon State during the weekend. With starting forward Brandon Ashley out, Arizona has made adjustments to continue its season and was able to out-score Oregon State on Sunday by 22. Arizona improved to a 23-1 record for the season. Arizona women’s basketball upset No. 11 ASU 68-49 on Sunday. It was the first win over ASU since 2011 and the first time Arizona has beaten a ranked team since 2005, when it beat No. 19 UCLA. The Arizona softball team started its season and swept its opponent Southern Miss. On Friday Arizona defeated Southern Miss 9-0, Saturday 14-2 and Sunday 12-0. In total Arizona out-scored Southern Miss 35-2 in only 15 innings. No. 73 Arizona women’s tennis team is undefeated after sweeping Sacramento State 4-0 on Saturday. Arizona took all three doubles matches, 6-1, 6-48 and 6-2, early in the competition. The Arizona men’s tennis team improved its record to 7-5 on the year after the victory over UC Santa Barbara on Sunday. The Arizona swimming and diving teams defeated ASU on Saturday. The men beat the Sun Devils 158.5116.5 and the women beat ASU 171.5105.5.

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KRISTEN KLARENBACH performs against Washington on Feb. 1. Klarenbach was ill last week when the UA lost 197.825-194.425 at Utah.

The No. 13 Arizona gymnastics team fell to No. 4 Utah 197.825-194.425 on Friday. Head coach Bill Ryden said he thought the team was nervous, which he hadn’t seen before. Arizona had four falls on beam. No. 12 Arizona hockey head coach Sean Hogan was ejected from a game for the first time in his 11 years of coaching on Thursday when the Wildcats fell to Colorado State. The referees had called nine consecutive penalties on Arizona and ignored Hogan’s requests for explanations. The Phoenix Coyotes lost to the Dallas Stars 2-1 on Saturday, just before the Olympic break. The Oregon men’s basketball team suffered a loss against ASU during the weekend, but the coaches were upset over something other than the loss. An ASU student reportedly spit on an Oregon assistant coach and athletic trainer after the Sun Devils defeated the Ducks 74-72. The Olympic halfpipe practice was postponed on Monday due to complaints from the riders. The riders said the halfpipe is too vertical on the sides, ing rough landings and difficulty going in to the next jump. The riders had been asking for the workers to fix the pipe since the first day of practice Saturday.

— Follow Rose Aly Valenzuela @RoseAlyVal

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without Ashley, and gave them the confidence and a game plan to attack a stern frontcourt like Oregon State’s. While Arizona is now increasing emphasis on guards grabbing rebounds, freshman forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson represents the most important piece for the Wildcats. The new starter needs to be confident in his new role and at his new position. Miller said that, with the injury to Ashley, Hollis-Jefferson will now be playing close to the basket more often than he ever has before. Confidence was key to Hollis-Jefferson’s success against Oregon. Prior to

Thursday’s game he was averaging 23.5 minutes of playing time. Against Oregon he played for 34 minutes. He compiled a double-double in the contest, scoring 14 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. On Sunday against Oregon State, Hollis-Jefferson continued to shine and saw his point total increase to 16 points and help on the glass with 5 rebounds, 3 of which were offensive. “He’s a warrior,” McConnell said of Hollis-Jefferson. “I tell him that everyday: ‘You have that warrior’s mentality and they can’t take that from you.’ He just goes out there and outworks people and we all love that.”

— Follow Evan Rosenfeld @EvanRosenfeld17

If all goes according to plan, Pitts’ true talent as FROM PAGE 8 a lethal jump shooter will surface and he will become Nick Johnson praised Pitts and an instrumental piece of the said he has high expectations Wildcats’ puzzle in upcoming for him in the future. seasons. “I kept on telling him His path seems similar before the game, ‘Don’t come to that of sophomore guard in and play scared. Shoot Gabe York. Both are talented the ball, shooters but because needed to you are one improve on of our best defense to shooters,’” gain more ELLIOTT PITTS Johnson minutes and YEAR/POSITION said. experience. FR. GUARD Pitts is an “He’s uncovered always been MAJOR treasure PRE-BUSINESS in every waiting to practice, HOMETOWN be polished getting DUBLIN, CALIF. and put on ready and HEIGHT, WEIGHT the court. preparing,” While he 6’5”, 180 LBS Miller said. has had a “In a funny 2013-14 STATS modest stat way, you line in his 10 GAMES PLAYED, see a guy 67 minutes 39 PERCENT SHOOTING like Elliott played — who doesn’t scoring 17 have a role points with eight rebounds in a game, and yet he’s getting and two steals — the better. He has a beautifulNorthern California native’s looking shot. … I think he can contributions extend far give us maybe a punch on beyond the stat sheet. offense, and that can be one He hustles hard on defense, of the positives as we utilize isn’t afraid to get down and him more.” dirty for a possession and always keeps basketball fundamentals in mind, unlike — Follow Evan Rosenfeld many players his age. @EvanRosenfeld17

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Continuing our Value of Academic Excellence Congratulations to members of the Greek community who succeeded academically in the Fall of 2013. Alpha Chi Omega Caitlin Bishop Cari Hobbs Haley Robling Jacquelyn Hinek Katelyn Connors Krystal De La Ossa Meredith Morrissey Natalie Alwin Sarah Flaaen Savannah Stelzer Sierra Griggs Tyler Basich Victoria Walker Carissa Herring Emily Rollo Alyssa Gerads Jennifer Muglia Nicolette Rodriguez Susanna Lluria Lauren Schenk Casey Ringler Eleanor Rodriguez Megan Jacobson Alex Huynen Kelsey Brewster Brielle De Clercq Kayla Holder Lyndsey Lopez Morgan Hafty Courtney Meola Sarah Noll Victoria Blum Ashley Hosek Lauren Smeltzer Jessi Duran Alpha Delta Pi Alexandra Morrison Amanda Cheetham Anne Morrow Ashley Ingel Audrey Arbogast Brianna Fillion Britney Patterson Elena Gold Eliane Fossati Elizabeth Cirrito Elizabeth Sakorafis Hailey Pettis Hannah Emerson Jacklyn Churchill Josephine Morlidge Julie Lovelace Karly Druzianich Katherine Weiser Kristin Mykleseth Lior Attias Madison Monaghan McKenzie Stratton Mckenzie Davis Megan Merry Natalie Minas Nicole Morgan Renee Burke Mary Vaughan Alexandra Laudick Regan Fitzgerald Allison Gerling Carolyn Mullen Kacie Bottock Megan Shearer Sara Cline Taylor Veldhuizen Ellen Hill Ginevra Miglierina Haley Blackman Jalyn Wheatley Logan Adler Madison Starnes Margo Libby Michelle Gary Nicole Keefe Katherine Berry Paige Mayer Catherine Bina Jenna Brower Jenna Goulder Jessica Kuhlman Megan Steuter Michaela Owen Molly Simon Murphy Haugland Nicole Rudy Rebecca Nerheim Riley Agnew Kathleen Blomquist Lauren Rimsza Alexis Tonkel Julie Zuckerman Kelly Teetsel Nicole Baker Autri Hafezi Carla Loury Lexia Reavis Kaia Placa Alyssa Willis April Neafus Blair Kanouse Breanne Amparan Desiree Ranshaw Lauren Kolesar Amanda Horrigan Lauren Cruz Lindsey Hennington Emily Loy Amanda Pedersen Chelsea Nice Emily Feld Karisa Kurszewski Lauren Lang Leigh Jensen Sasha Azze Alpha Epsilon Phi Alyssa Goya Jessie Schulman Julie Zukaitis Meryl Engle Patricia Schweinfurth Rachel Altfeld Sarah Hoffman Sascha Spiegel Ellery Lockwood Santanna Torchin Shana Rosenbloom Michelle Katz Rachel Leinson Kasey Schneider Emily Erickson Samatha Krug Zara Raskin Janine Wilson Lily Kanefield Hillary Goodman Sarah Weintraub Brooke Goldstein Aaryn Weich Alana Newman Melissa Granick Samantha Perlman Sarah Smith Sydney Scott Christine Scolinos Stephanie Marcus Edden Dembsky Molly Zeiger Amber Underdown Darra Isaacs Emily Kruger Marissa Kopp Alpha Epsilon Pi Daniel Marks Eric Beal Ethan Kirschbaum Jackson Elman Jonathan Alden Lloyd Burman Meir Cafri Mitchell Ostrove Or Chay

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