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DEMOCRAT RON BARBER LEFT AND REPUBLICAN MARTHA MCSALLY RIGHT both gave speeches to their supporters during their election parties in Tucson, Ariz., on Tuesday. The race has no clear winner, as the votes have not yet been counted.

Election night proved to be reminiscent of the 2012 election as ballots for the 2nd Congressional District were still being counted showing a close race between Barber and McSally BY MAX RODRIGUEZ The Daily Wildcat

The race for Arizona’s 2nd Congressional District between Democratic incumbent Ron Barber and Republican challenger Martha McSally did not produce a clear winner Tuesday night. Midway through the polling, Barber had a significant lead in

the race. At that time, Barber gave an emotional speech to his supporters at an event at Tucson Marriott University Park organized by the Pima County Democratic Party. Barber took the opportunity to point out the differences he saw in the way his campaign was run versus McSally’s. As Barber spoke, his voice trembled and his eyes began to well

up as he spoke about his campaign and the issues he wanted to tackle, including marriage rights, gender inequality, job creation and public education. “We said from the very beginning this was going to be a campaign about policy, about issues and not about personalities,” Barber said. “We’re going to take the high road, not the low road. We’ve done that.” McSally said at an event

organized by her campaign at the Sheraton Tucson Hotel & Suites that there is nothing wrong with how she ran the race. “We have no regrets,” McSally said. Barber was certain he was going to win in spite of money spent on McSally’s campaign from outside Arizona. “We’re the third-most expensive house race in this country because


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REPUBLICAN DOUG DUCEY ACCEPTS his party’s nomination for governor of Arizona on Aug. 26, 2014. Ducey was elected governor of Arizona Tuesday night.

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Grijalva defeated Gabriela Saucedo Mercer, who he ran against previously in 2012 . This will be his seventh term in office. “I thank the voters for their confidence in me and for the privilege to serve,” Grijalva said in a statement to Tucson News Now . “I look forward to continuing my work on their behalf.” Grijalva supported the Comprehensive Immigration Reform for America’s Security and Prosperity Act , which works to allow those living in the U.S. illegally with no criminal history to achieve permanent status in the U.S. by going through a process and paying a fine. He also supported the Affordable Care Act and strongly supported public education. He said that the best policies for national security are those that address the root

the outside forces really wanted this seat,” Barber said. “Let me tell you something: We are ahead now. We’re going to win this race.” That assertion became less of a sure thing as the night went on and McSally’s numbers drew closer to Barber. McSally said this was not anything new for her.


Doug Ducey will be the next governor of Arizona after the Republican defeated his Democratic challenger, Fred DuVal, the Associated Press reported Tuesday night. Late in the night, Ducey led with about 54 percent of the vote to DuVal’s 41 percent with about three-quarters of precincts reporting their results. Ducey is the former CEO of Cold Stone Creamery and is currently serving as the state treasurer. He had come out of a hotlycontested and crowded primary fight to win the Republican nomination for governor in August. Gov. Jan Brewer, whose term as governor will end in January, made an appearance before Ducey’s televised acceptance speech, congratulating him on his win. “Doug Ducey will bring calm and principled leadership to get the job done,” Brewer said. Ducey emphasized his platform of educational reform and opportunity for everyone during his acceptance speech. “In education, opportunity depends on


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NPR humorist shares witty essays Diabetes with Owls,” has taken Sedaris on a national tour, including a stop at the Fox Tucson Theatre on Thursday. The Los Angeles Times describes him “David Sedaris is one of the most as “a remarkably skilled storyteller and popular comic writers around, and his savvy essayist.” The Guardian calls him live, ‘spoken-word’ shows are always “the best living humorist in America.” in demand,” said Craig Sumberg, David Sedaris, however, writes of executive director of the Fox Tucson himself as being “a smart-ass, born and Theatre Foundation. “When given raised. This had been my curse and the chance to add David Sedaris, we would continue to jumped at it.” be so.” “Let’s Explore Smart-ass Sedaris takes Diabetes with Owls” or not, Sedaris’ is exactly what one the most curse has served would expect from mundane him well since Sedaris. The essay aspects of his humble collection explores his life and beginnings as a everything from his creates Chicago radio first colonoscopy to show contributor. stories out of swimming with sea His debut on turtles in Hawaii, them National Public — Craig Sumberg, all with the wit and executive director of Radio in 1992 candor Sedaris Fox Tucson Theatre with his essay graciously gives his Foundation “SantaLand audience. Beyond Diaries” launched his crafty storytelling, Sedaris into fame, however, it’s Sedaris’ and since then, he comedy that keeps audiences coming has written multiple essay collections back for more. that have earned a coveted spot on The “Sedaris, like all great comics and New York Times Best Seller list. comic writers, takes the most mundane Along with his prolific writing aspects of his life and creates stories out career, Sedaris has been a frequent of them that will have audiences rolling contributor to NPR and The New in the aisles,” Sumberg said. “Sedaris’ Yorker and has gained recognition comedy speaks to almost everyone, for his honest, sardonic and comedic from 18 to 80 — and probably even social critiques. It’s no surprise that beyond that.” his most recent book, “Let’s Explore “An Evening with David Sedaris” will BY MIA MORAN

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give audience members a chance to hear Sedaris read from “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls,” as well as hear unpublished stories and readings from his diary. If you’re unconvinced of how Sedaris’ written works will translate from page to stage, his Grammy Award nominations for Best Spoken Word Album and Best Comedy Album should put worries aside. His tour has already sold out dates in other cities, has been well-reviewed and promises to deliver the same Sedaris charm to Tucson. “He opened himself up to the audience with personal stories delivered with conversational ease,” writes Andrea Kszystyniak in the Omaha World-Herald. “Even if there were some in the audience who had never read a single Sedaris story, the author’s performance had them laughing until their stomachs hurt.” For fans or newcomers to Sedaris, there are still about 100 seats open for “An Evening with David Sedaris” on Thursday, and tickets can be purchased the night of, according to Sumberg. The show begins at 7:30 p.m. with Sedaris as the single star of the show. His readings will be followed by a Q&A session as well as a book signing, so audience members will have a chance to meet the author himself. COURTESY OF ANN FISHBEIN

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DAVID SEDARIS, an NPR humorist and author, visits the Fox Tucson Theatre on Thursday at 7:30 p.m. for “An Evening with David Sedaris.” Sedaris will share excerpts of his 2013 book “Let’s Explore Diabetes with Owls.”

Pelican member discusses new album BY PARISA ESHRATI

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The stigma, shame and secrecy revolving around childhood sexual abuse are very real and present in today’s society. About four years ago, Beth Braun started the Esperanza Dance Project in hopes of eradicating these patterns of sexual abuse and violence. EDP is a dance company that performs mainly at high schools in order to start conversations about childhood abuse, to “begin to end the silence, and let survivors know that they are not alone and there is hope for healing,” Braun said. During the beginning of the project’s season in June, it reached out to educational institutions and those who work in them, including Genesis Mora Delhoyo, president of the Pima Community College Social Services Student Organization. After watching the PHOTO COURTESY OF ESPERANZA DANCE PROJECT 2012 performance, she reached out to LATRICIA GEORGE, a founding member of the Esperanza Dance Project, dances in the EDP and decided to sponsor a group’s piece titled, “To Cry For You.” EDP will perform tonight at the Pima Community performance tonight at the Pima College West Campus. Community College West Campus. The dancers in EDP generally high schools, but for its upcoming and family, and even strangers,” range from high school to graduate performance, it is preparing to Manson said. students, but Manson said she believes the raise awareness they all have at PCC West performance can really apply to one thing in C a m p u s . everyone, because childhood Not only am common: They Performing for an sexual abuse affects everyone, I dancing, have a passion older age group whether they know it does or not. but I’m for what they do. “It’s so great to be able to use that excites Amend, volunteering A l l e g r a because she said expression and artistic power to Amend, a she thinks older create a message so powerful and for a greater UA junior students will spread hope and light and beauty cause studying film vocalize their throughout the community,” — Allegra Amend, and television opinions more Manson said. junior studying film and finance The performance, “SSSO and, therefore, and television and and a dancer Presents: Esperanza Dance will continue to finance in EDP for raise awareness Project,” will be held at 5 p.m. at the the past three for the company’s PCC West Campus Proscenium years, said she Theatre. The show is free and open mission. believes EDP’s message should Ariana Manson, a biochemistry to the public. reach everyone. The project is a sophomore, is a new member of huge part of Amend’s life, because EDP. “not only am I dancing,” she said, “[I’m] learning the dances “but I’m volunteering for a greater and the meanings and emotions cause.” behind them, and learning how to — Follow Chelsea Cook Generally, EDP performs at talk about sexual abuse to friends @DailyWildcat

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Parisa Eshrati: Just a few months ago, you guys released the live album Arktika. Any reason you chose Russia as the place to record? Trevor de Brauw: Actually, no. In fact our sound guy, Matt, when he comes out with us, he brings a portable, digital recorder. He records many of the shows but doesn’t tell us when he’s recording. He doesn’t like to tell us so we’re not aware of it when we’re on stage. On the tour, he recorded 10 or 12 shows. At the end of it, Dallas [Thomas] borrowed all of the recording, and his conception was that he was going to make a compilation of the live songs and maybe we could figure something to do with them. Dallas went home and listened to all the sets and just said the Russia one was perfect. It was odd, because in Russia, we weren’t playing on the same equipment as the rest of the European tour. We flew in specifically to Russia just for the show. And it was probably the worst equipment we had used all tour. The 2007 album City of Echoes revealed your observations of the effects of globalization. I have to ask ’cause that has struck a personal note lately with Tucsonans as the city is being gentrified. … Do you find that on tours since then that it’s been getting even more drastic, or you’ve had any other observations on that since ’07? The meaning of City of Echoes was more twofold. There was the globalization angle, and to get on that track, things are getting


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GOP takes control of Senate Proposition results Prop 415

Prop 303 Proposition 303 will give terminally ill patients the right to use experimental drugs, whether or not they are approved by the Food and Drug Administration. This proposition passed.

Republican Democrat Final results partially counted No election

Prop 304 Proposition 304 would have raised the salaries of Arizona Legislature from $24,000 to $35,000. This proposition did not pass.

Proposition 415 will give $22 million in bonds from voters to expand and renovate the Pima Animal Care Center facility. This proposition passed.


Prop 122 Proposition 122 would allow Arizona voters to opt out of federal laws deemed unconstitutional by the voters of the Legislature. The results were too close to call.



WASHINGTON — Republicans seized control of the U.S. Senate Tuesday, mobilizing voter discontent with President Barack Obama across the country and setting up partisan economic and foreign policy showdowns over the final two years of his presidency. The Republican Party will control both houses of Congress for the first time in eight years. It will be the first time since Obama took office that he will not have a friendly Senate and the first time he’s faced an entire Congress under opposition control. Leading the Senate will be Mitch McConnell, the Kentucky Republican who successfully crushed Democrats’ expensive bid to oust him. In the House of Representatives, Speaker John Boehner of Ohio could lead the biggest Republican bloc in 65 years. The two leaders vowed Tuesday to

push the Republican agenda quickly and aggressively when the new Congress convenes in January. Boehner, who has watched Republican bill after bill die for years in the Democratic-led Senate, pledged votes on “commonsense jobs and energy bills that passed the Republican-led House in recent years with bipartisan support but were never even brought to a vote by the outgoing Senate majority.” The Republican Party won Democratic-held Senate seats in Arkansas, Colorado, Iowa, Montana, North Carolina, South Dakota and West Virginia, assuring them of majority control of the Senate for the first time since January 2007. Among the Democratic losses were incumbent senators in Arkansas, Colorado and North Carolina. Other possible Republican pickups loomed in Alaska and in a December runoff election in Louisiana. Democratic efforts to offset the

Republican momentum with gains of their own failed. Democrats did hold New Hampshire, where Sen. Jeanne Shaheen turned back a strong challenge from former Sen. Scott Brown. Since no one got a majority in Louisiana, Democratic Sen. Mary Landrieu will face Republican Rep. Bill Cassidy in a runoff next month. Democrats were defending 21 Senate seats to the Republicans’ 15. Seven of the Democratic seats were in states that went for Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney in 2012 against Obama. Five elected Republicans, all in states where Obama’s approval rating sank and Democrats tried to put distance between themselves and the president. “This is probably the worst possible group of states for Democrats since Dwight Eisenhower,” Obama said Tuesday on WNPR in Connecticut.

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STATE WIDE ELECTION RESULTS Congressional District 1


Ann Kirkpatrick (D) - 51.86% Andy Tobin (R) - 48.14%

Congressional District 2*

Doug Ducey (R) - 54.03% Fred Duval (D) - 41.23% Barry Hess (Lib) - 3.77% John Mealer (Other) - 0.98%

Ron Barber (D) - 50.08% Martha McSally (R) - 49.92%

Secretary of State

Congressional District 3

Michele Reagan (R) - 52.50% Terry Goddard (D) - 47.50%

Raúl Grijalva (D) - 54.66% Gabriela Saucedo Mercer (R) 45.34%

Attorney General

*Race was too close to call





causes of international and national conflicts, rather than turning these issues into exploiting fear or offering a false sense of security. Saucedo Mercer was a supporter of those who wanted to be citizens going through the process from their home country, and she desired to repeal the Affordable Care Act. At her election viewing event Tuesday evening, Saucedo Mercer said the lack of support from the national Republican Party influenced the turnout of the third congressional race. “I didn’t have support from the national Republican Party,” Saucedo Mercer said. “They said that this is not a winnable district, which is a self-fulfilled prophecy; if you believe that, then you’re never going to go try and fight to win. Gabrielle Giffords won in a heavily Republican district, but because she had the support of the national party, they gave her the money and the resources she needed, so she was able to win.” She went on to say that in this election, Grijalva outspent her 10 to 1 and that he had the money, while she did not. At an event hosted by the Pima County Democratic Party , those in attendance stressed the importance of electing more Democrats to office. Evelyn Lathram, a community member and UA alumna, said that it is always a good thing to have more Democrats. “It’s extremely important,” Lathram said. “Democrats are for people who do not have a lot of money.” Janet Kline, another community member, agreed with Lathram regarding their importance. “They look out for the well-being of the people, not [try] to earn money and save their wealth,” Kline said. The event came to an end as Don Jorgensen , chair of the county party office, gave a farewell regarding the position of Democrats in Arizona. “Pima County is the Democratic heart and soul of Arizona,” Jorgensen said. “We are going to prove that next year, and the year after, we are going to continue this fight.”

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Mark Brnovich (R) - 53.48% Felecia Rotellini (D) - 46.52% Treasurer


LEFT: REPUBLICAN MARTHA MCSALLY gave a speech to her supporters during her election party in Tucson, Ariz., on Tuesday. ABOVE: GABRIELA SAUCEDO MERCER and her campaign volunteers enjoy food at Los Portales restaurant on Tuesday for Saucedo Mercer’s election night party. Mercer stated that her volunteers were pertinent to her “grassroots” campaign.

reform,” Ducey said, “and reform depends on fairness, and fairness depends on leadership.” Ducey said every child in the state has a right to a quality education. Ducey also said during his televised speech that the state needs to limit government spending and move past high taxes and “reckless spending.” During his televised speech, Ducey added that he also wants to push for economic growth and starting up businesses. “If you’re looking to build, relocate or add jobs, Arizona is the place for you,” Ducey said. Ducey said Arizona is a place of opportunity for anyone. He also said that beginning tonight, he will work diligently as governor and that he will work to make Arizona a “more just, more compassionate, more welcoming place.” DuVal officially conceded from the race around 9 p.m. on Tuesday. In his concession speech, DuVal thanked his supporters and said he was impacted by the opportunity to run in this gubernatorial race. DuVal also emphasized the need for democracy to prevail and to meet the needs of its people. “The clarion call of our voiceless children must prevail,” DuVal said. “We will not be defeated because a new day is just ahead of us.” DuVal also wished Ducey luck in his new position as governor of Arizona. More than 1.1 million ballots were cast in Arizona this election, the Arizona Secretary of State’s office reported, with voter turnout in the state at about 35.3 percent.

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DEMOCRAT RON BARBER SPEAKS about what he hopes to accomplish if re-elected during his election party at the Tucson Marriott University Park on Tuesday. Barber became emotional as he discussed the differing ideals between his and Martha McSally’s campaign, adamant that his were the best for Arizona.


“Closing the gap,” McSally said. “Story of my life.” Barber warned his supporters of the possibility that McSally would ask for votes to be thrown out should the race become as close as the candidates’ previous contest in 2012. “This isn’t our first rodeo,” said Barber. “We won’t let Martha McSally do what she did last time when she went to the courts in Cochise County and tried to get ballots thrown out from Douglas and throw them in the trash rather than have them counted. We won’t let that happen. We’re ready for that.” McSally said she wanted every

vote to be counted as well and asked her supporters not to give up too soon. “Let’s make sure that every last vote that is cast is counted,” McSally said. Ashley Nash-Hahn, communications director for Ron Barber for Congress, said one reason Barber could prevail is his connection to Southern Arizona. “I think people support Ron Barber because he is a voice of Southern Arizona,” Nash-Hahn said. “He puts Southern Arizona first and that’s evident through the work he’s done.” Barber supporters were jovial throughout the night with many expecting a victory for him and chanting his name as he took the stage. Jonathan Rothschild, Tucson’s

mayor, predicted a win for Barber. “My gut is that Ron’s going to win,” Rothschild said. Elisa Michales, a volunteer for McSally’s campaign, predicted a win for McSally and was excited about the race’s meaning for Arizona politics. “We get a chance to show there’s a conservative side to Arizona politics,” Michales said. Tucson Council Member Shirley Scott said she thought Barber would win but that it would be close. “I think he’ll pull it off in the end, but I think it’ll be a close race, and I just assume that the Democratic base will support him,” Scott said.

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Republicans swept other statewide offices Tuesday night. Republican Mark Brnovich was elected Arizona attorney general, defeating Democrat Felecia Rotellini. The Associated Press also called Republican Michele Reagan the winner of the race for Arizona secretary of state late Tuesday night. She defeated Democrat Terry Goddard, former Arizona attorney general and former mayor of Phoenix. Jeff DeWit, a Republican, won the state treasurer to succeed Ducey, running for the position unopposed. The race for state superintendent of public instruction was too close to call Tuesday night, with Democrat David Garcia and Republican Diane Douglas both close to holding about 50 percent of the vote with about 75 percent of precincts reporting. — Ethan McSweeney contributed reporting to this article

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Accelerate emissions cuts or else BY Juliana Renzi The Daily Wildcat


report released a little over a week ago by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned that governments must completely phase out the intensive usage of fossil fuels by 2100 if they wish to avoid an increase in global temperatures of more than 2 C and the resulting “severe, pervasive and irreversible” damage to the world. To contain warming, the report estimated that at least 80 percent of the world’s energy would need to come from lowcarbon energy sources by 2050. Yet, while governments claim to be taking action, current initiatives are too slow and weak to do anything about this problem. On Oct. 23, the European Council set a binding goal that 27 percent of the EU’s energy usage would be met through renewable energy sources by 2030. In addition, greenhouse gas emissions would be cut by 40-percent by 2030, with a goal of cutting emissions by 80-95 percent by 2050. However, the 40-percent figure is too low to avoid the calamity envisioned by the IPCC. IPCC Vice-Chair Jim Skea commented to the BBC that the 40-percent cut was too low to meet the 2050 goal in time. In reality, the easiest changes are those made in the first portion of the transition; subsequent progress will likely be slower as new technologies are created and phased in. Skea added that the chosen numbers were largely politicallydetermined, as compared to what was actually needed. Some EU member states are also concerned about the economic implications of intense energy cuts, particularly if international competitors do not face the same commitments. Meanwhile, in June, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed the Clean Power Plan under the Clean Air Act, which provides state-by-state requirements to cut emissions with the goal of reducing carbon pollution 30 percent by 2030. Under the plan, Arizona would have to increase its renewable energy portfolio 15 percent by 2025. Kirsten H. Engel, a professor of law, said the proposal is “a very positive step” and added that the “EPA has done it in a way that is fairly deferential to the states and their energy sectors.” At the same time, Engel said the plan wasn’t necessarily enough. “I think I would like to see more,” Engel said. “This is the electricity sector. It would be an accomplishment for Arizona to do this, and I hope this is an opportunity for the state to invest more in renewable energy, but there are things the state could also do in other sectors.” Recent advances in U.S. and European climate change policy are important steps in the right direction but can’t avoid the predicted catastrophic increases in world temperatures. The limited scale of the European Council action, for example, appears to bow to immediate economic pressures rather than scale change for environmental sustainability. Short-sighted decisions are the norm for politicians seeking re-election, but leaders must begin to base policies on long-term economic and global stability considerations to avoid catastrophe. Arizona, for example, has proposed targets, but only in one sector. Incremental, uncoordinated efforts will not succeed. Policies must be grounded in science and coordinated broadly if adjustments will ever catch up to the pace of warming. Accelerated, binding targets are needed. Every region — not just the U.S. and Europe — must commit to them, which could lessen relative economic competitive advantage worries and make achievement of the IPCC targets feasible. U.S. and European actions mark an acceleration in emissions policy, but whether new, more fitting targets are made in the upcoming years will determine whether the world can avoid the impending catastrophic changes to global systems flagged by the IPCC. — Julianna Renzi is a sophomore studying environmental science and economics. Follow her @jollyrenzi

Let the GOP try to prove itself BY Jacquelyn Oesterblad The Daily Wildcat


t was obvious going into Tuesday’s election that the Republicans would win. Every two-term president since President Ronald Reagan has dealt with an opposition Senate in their last two years of office. In an average sixth-year midterm, the president’s party loses around six Senate seats according to The American Presidency Project — exactly the number Republicans needed to gain a majority. So the Republicans had to really blow it out of the water if they wanted to make any impact. They did. American politics is built to swing, but this election was swingier than it needed to be. With the Republican Party flipping at least seven Senate seats, another 13 House seats and picking up the governor’s mansions in blue states like Maryland, Illinois and Massachusetts, the Democrats need to concede that the Republicans won this round, (mostly) fair and square — dark money and voter suppression likely played a role in the magnitude of the vote, but not the overall direction. But now it’s the morning after, and it’s time to define the voters’ new relationship with the Republicans. A national exit poll conducted by Edison Research on behalf of The Associated Press

found that 58 percent of voters said they were in the way of minimum wage increases in the past. Or look at Colorado, where voters dissatisfied or angry with the White House. rejected a proposal to ban all abortion and 59 percent said they were unhappy with the certain forms of birth control while electing a GOP leadership in Congress. Senate candidate who has sponsored similar That’s hardly a ringing endorsement of the legislation at the federal level. thesis that Republican National Committee Now it falls to the GOP to convince Chairman Reince Priebus floated on ABC News Tuesday night, that, “Republicans were Americans that they actually like Republican policies as much as they dislike the affirmed … so the policies are accepted and Washington dysfunction the policies of Obama that Republican strategists were rejected.” [It] falls to have effectively branded as Yesterday was a protest the GOP to Obama’s. vote, plain and simple. It convince For the next two years, the wasn’t about issues. GOP has no excuses. It has all There were a lot of Americans the votes it could ever want legitimate grievances that they to get its favorite bills onto being aired as Americans actually Obama’s desk. The debate went to the polls Tuesday: like about Republicans’ ability to The past two Congresses Republican govern can finally be settled. have been the least policies My gut tells me we won’t be productive since World seeing a farm bill or a balanced War II, worse than budget or an attempt at Truman’s Do-Nothing immigration reform emerging Congress from 1947-1949; from this new Congress. My money is on we’ve seen a government shutdown and politicking and posturing, impeachment suffered through multiple budget crises; and proceedings and fights about judicial the business of government is going undone nominees. while President Barack Obama and Speaker But for the sake of our republic and its John Boehner bicker. citizens, I hope our new Congress members But to protest these problems, voters act with wisdom and leadership. handed the entire job of legislating over to And most of all, I wish them the best of the Republicans, effectively signing up for a luck. They’ll need it. GOP legislative agenda. The evidence that the voters meant to embrace those policies, though, is less than convincing. Look at Arkansas, where voters opted — Jacquelyn Oesterblad is to raise the minimum wage by a margin of opinions editor. Follow her more than 30 points even as they re-elected @JOesterblad a Republican state legislature that has stood

Comments about Williams sisters draw on racist tropes BY Paul Thomson The Daily Wildcat


joke isn’t funny when it’s at someone else’s expense. It’s even less funny when its humor derives from centuries of oppression. The president of the Russian Tennis Federation, Shamil Tarpischev, has been removed from his position for one year by the Women’s Tennis Association and fined $25,000 after receiving backlash for ignorant and racist comments about women’s tennis superstars Venus and Serena Williams. Tarpischev referred to the women as “the Williams brothers,” saying it’s “frightening when you look at them” during a talk show interview. The issues start with the fact that Tarpischev, a white male in a position of power who represents a traditionally white sport with predominantly white athletes, is speaking flippantly and unashamedly about two black

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instructs courses on the women whose experiences he construction and deconstruction does not understand. According of black women’s femininity to the 2010 census, Russia’s and the history of oppression of demographics are dominated black women. In response to the almost exclusively by white Tarpischev controversy, Sanchez Russians (not the drink; the said the root of the issue is, “very people). Add this to the fact specifically, assumptions that that the Atlanta Blackstar just black people are violent and named Russia as one of “8 of frightening or that black women the Worst Countries for Black have some inherent lack or excess People to Travel” and Tarpischev’s of femininity comments as compared become much to what is more menacing considered to and dangerous. Black women be normative The crux of have been non-black Tarpischev’s historically femininity.” comments, desexualized It should too, builds off be noted, of a history of to the point of too, that oppression. Black masculinization Russian tennis women have been superstar historically either Maria desexualized Sharapova to the point of is taller than masculinization both Venus or and Serena Williams, coming in hypersexualized and deemed at a height of 6-foot-2. And while “exotic” or “other worldly.” It’s a Venus and Serena Williams, who lose-lose pattern, and it’s one that are only 5-foot-9, get branded Tarpischev compounds with his as masculine or somehow “joke.” frightening, Sharapova is ranked Tani Sanchez, an associate as No. 1 on WondersList’s “Top 10 professor of Africana Studies,

Hottest Female Tennis Players of All Times.” Serena Williams was ranked last; Venus Williams was not on the list. It follows, then, that Tarpischev’s comments are not simply about the Williams sisters’ size or body types but, rather, directly linked to their race. And this is what is most disheartening of all. “These types of ‘jokes’ are disparaging and inappropriate, and it is time to stop saying them,” Sanchez said. “What is just as bad is the pretense that the racist background does not exist.” So, thank you, Women’s Tennis Association, for punishing an ignorant white man on behalf and in defense of two black women. If only all sports leagues responded to these problems in the same way. There’s nothing “frightening” about the Williams sisters. The only terrifying thing is that comments like this still happen in 2014.

— Paul Thomson is a senior studying BFA acting and Africana studies. Follow him @BePaulite

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A UA student was diverted to the Dean of Students Office on Oct. 20 for possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia. A University of Arizona Police Department officer was dispatched to the Graham-Greenlee Residence Hall. The officer met with the resident assistant who escorted the officer to the room in question. The officer smelled a faint odor of marijuana from the gap between the door and the doorframe. The surrounding doors did not have this odor. The officer knocked on the door, and as soon as it opened, the odor became much stronger. The officer asked the woman who opened the door if she lived there, and she said she did. She was asked if they could enter the room, and she said they could. There was another woman in the room who said she lived there, and she did not care if they entered. Her eyes were red, and her pupils were dilated. The other two women in the room did not have any signs of marijuana use. The officer asked if he could search the woman in question’s side of the room. She said that he could. The officer searched the desk drawers and found a glass container that smelled strongly of marijuana. When asked if there had been any marijuana in the container recently, she said there had been, but she had gotten rid of it. The officer asked if there was any marijuana in the room and, if so, if she could give it to the officer. She said she had some in her purse and handed the officer a green, leafy substance in a Ziploc bag that also had a partially burned roach in it. She also gave the officer a red and blue glass pipe with burnt residue inside the bowl. The woman said she smoked earlier at an off-campus location and bought the marijuana from an unknown person.

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Two individuals were arrested on Oct. 22 after their vehicle was seen driving with two young children on skateboards clinging to the sides of the vehicle. Upon seeing the vehicle with two young children on skateboards holding onto the sides of the vehicle as it drove, a UAPD officer initiated a traffic stop. After doing so, the two children let go of the vehicle and left on their skateboards. The officer was unable to stop them. The vehicle came to a stop, and the officer approached the driver. The officer asked if the driver knew why he was being stopped, and he said, “Yes.” The officer asked for the driver’s license, registration and proof of insurance. The driver asked a rear passenger for the registration and insurance documents. She said the vehicle belonged to her father, and she did not know where the documents were. The officer again asked for the driver’s license, and he handed an Arizona identification, advising his license was suspended. After a records check on the driver, the officer found that his license was suspended and that he had a Tucson Police Department warrant. The officer told the driver he was being placed under arrest. The driver said he understood but also said he was concerned about the vehicle being impounded, saying that it was the only transportation the female passenger, the mother of his children, had for their three children. The officer asked the woman if she had a valid driver’s license. She said she did and showed a driver’s license. A records check found that she had three TPD misdemeanor warrants. The officer placed both the driver and the woman under arrest. The vehicle was impounded, and the two individuals were transported to Pima County Jail.



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Assuming you already know what your interests are (a good start!) one of the most important aspects of your research will be selecting the programs best suited to your interests and career goals. The following information will give you a basic blueprint regarding preparing for the fair, working the fair and follow up required after the fair.

With Notre Dame, Pepperdine, University of Chicago, Mayo Clinic, NYU, UC Berkeley, UCLA, USC, Vanderbilt and Leeds Beckett University (Leeds, England) (just to name a few!) making their way to our campus to talk to interested students on November 5th, it may just be time for you to get serious about your post-bachelor’s academic plans. If you are considering continuing your education and pursuing a graduate degree, or if you are already convinced that graduate studies are for you, UA Before the fair, review the list of Graduate School Day can help pave the who is attending. Review their catalogs, way. By attending UA Graduate School directories and websites to get a sense Day, you will have the opportunity of the universities and their programs. to talk to several different graduate Log into our Career Services’ website schools and learn more about the at www.career.arizona.edu, click on that programs they offer. Grad Fair icon on the right hand side, The event is free. Just bring your near the bottom of the page under CatCard and your inquiring mind ready “Who’s Coming”. to ask those insightful questions of the You’ll get access to a list of all college reps present. You should not institutions attending the UA Graduate only be ready to ask questions about School Day, along with links to their prospective programs but also see that profiles, and you’ll be able to find you are prepared to answer questions out what exactly these schools are about your interests and what you can recruiting for. Some are more general bring to their campus. in nature, representing their entire Taking the time to prepare for the university and some are very specific. event will go a long way to helping you Using this information, decide which get the most out of it. The research schools interest you and who you want you do depends on where you are in to target at the fair. Once you have the graduate school selection process. basic information on participating Finance Master's Program Ad (China Daily) the 9.2014.YAL.ai 1 9/24/14 3:17 PM

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schools and departments, rank the schools according to your preference. A note of caution…If the Immunobiology Department from Your Favorite U is attending, chances are they won’t have details about the Dance program. You can still get information about the campus in general, the town it’s located in, the local weather and more general insights into what it would be like to go to school there, but specifics about your particular program (if it’s anything other than Immunobiology) may require further inquiry and research.

lesser preferred to most preferred programs, you’ll be improving and honing your networking skills as you go. Bring a list of questions that will help you make your decision. Questions should address the following:

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Be prepared to answer questions from the representative regarding what your goals are for graduate school and your interests.

If you are limited as far as time, visit your highest priority schools first to ensure you have adequate time to spend with them. Allow enough time to talk to your favorite school’s representatives as long as necessary. If you have the luxury of devoting as much time as needed to talk to everyone on your list during this event, you might consider saving your most desirable schools for last so you can talk to some of the other (desirable but not MOST desirable) schools first and get a feel for how best to present your skills and interests to graduate school recruiters. Practice makes perfect and by working your way backwards from

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Before you Wrap it Up Be sure to get the grad school representative’s card so you can follow up with them after the event. Having a personal contact at schools you are interested in will be a huge help to getting the information you need to make a good decision. We hope you’ll plan on joining us at the UA Graduate School Day Wednesday, November 5th, 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. in the Student Union Memorial Center 3rd floor ballroom. See you there!

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Feeling a little overwhelmed at all the possibilities coming your way at the November 5th UA Graduate School Day? We have organized attending schools roughly based on what they indicated they are recruiting for in their profiles. Use this as a preliminary road map to determine which schools you want to visit on Wednesday, November 5th, from 1pm to 4pm in the UA Student Memorial Center ballroom.

Athletic Studies University of San Francisco: We are a master’s program for sport management. Syracuse University Falk College: Syracuse University’s graduate programs available are: Child & Family Health in the Global Community (MS); Child and Family Studies (MA, MS, PhD.); Marriage and Family Therapy (MA); Nutrition Science (MA, MS); Social Work (M.S.W.) and; Sport Venue and Event Management (MS). Certificates of Advanced Studies (CAS) are available in Addiction Studies, Global Health and Trauma-Informed Practice.

Art, Fashion, & Design ASU-The Design School: The Design School offers degrees in architecture, environmental design, industrial design, interior design, landscape architecture, urban design, and visual communication (graphic) design. We are the most comprehensive and collaborative design school in the country. UC Berkeley: Through exploration of complex philosophical arguments, students move toward a deeper understanding of human life and its perplexities and through discovery in the arts students open their imaginations to fresh perspectives on the world. The faculty in UC Berkeley Arts & Humanities are leaders in their fields both as researchers and as teachers.

Pepperdine University, School of Public Policy: Pepperdine University’s School of Public Policy is built on a distinctive philosophy of nurturing leaders to use the tools of analysis and policy design to effect successful implementation and real change. It is based on the conviction that an elevating culture, as well as personal moral certainties, are the valid concern of higher education and as important as the tools of analysis. SMU Cox School of Business: Southern Methodist University - Cox School of Business is located in the heart of Dallas. You’ll have the opportunity to interact regularly with business leaders through speaker series and mentoring programs. The Cox School of Business is an integral part of the Dallas business community, as it offers students the opportunity to earn an MBA or a specialized Master’s degree. Please visit www.cox. smu.edu for more information. ESTEEM Graduate Program University of Notre Dame: ESTEEM is an innovative 11-month Professional Master’s Program designed to surround individuals with STEM background in an entrepreneurial ecosystem. Students are first immersed into business-related courses taught through an entrepreneurial lens followed by a very unique capstone thesis project where students develop a commercialization plan of taking real university research to market. Utah State University: The MMIS program at the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business is an innovative, project-based program designed to address business problems through the use of technology. It carries a STEM designation in database management and analytics. 2 degrees in 2 years Master of Management Information Systems/Master of Human Resources dual degree

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enhances understanding of management and the organizational decision-making process from data visualization to predictive analytics. Willamette University Early Career MBA: Willamette University’s Early Career and Career Change MBA program, located in beautiful Salem, Oregon (USA), is designed for students who are recent college graduates, those with limited work experience or those looking for a change in their career. As a leader in experiential learning, Willamette MBA builds knowledge, real-world experience and career management skills.

Education Arizona State University Teachers College: I am excited to share information about ASU’s nationally ranked graduate education programs with the highly qualified U of A seniors who are scheduled to graduate in fall 2014 and spring 2015. Material will be available regarding our graduate certificates, masters degrees, and doctoral programs, as well as scholarship opportunities and deadlines. Pepperdine University: The Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology is an innovative learning community where faculty, staff, and students of diverse cultures and perspectives work collaboratively to foster academic excellence, social purpose, meaningful service, and personal fulfillment. For more information, please contact your recruitment and admissions team at: Education: 866.503.5467 / Psychology: 866.503.5460 Or visit us at gsep. pepperdine.edu Audiology, Speech-Language Pathology and Deaf Education (Utah State University): Speechlanguage pathologists work with individuals of


Business, Finance, and Public Administration Arizona State University- W.P. Carey School of Business: The W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University is one of the largest business schools in the United States with roughly 300 faculty and 1,800 graduate students. The school is internationally recognized for its leadership in business education and is highly regarded for its renowned faculty and their research Productivity. University of San Francisco- School of Management: The University of San Francisco has been educating students since its foundation in 1925. The School of Management offers nine graduate degrees and five dual degree programs with full and part time format options. The school is a catalyst for change in business, government and nonprofit managerial practice. Our faculty and students embody the global, entrepreneurial spirit that defines the San Francisco Bay Area, and they reflect the University’s broader social justice and humanitarian values.

Think about it. If you’re interested in pursuing a graduate degree in Microbiology and University of Somewhere Cool’s Dance Department attends, chances are the reps from Dance won’t be able to answer questions specific to Anthro…or Microbiology either for that matter. You can, however, get good information about the school itself and maybe a contact to get in touch with later in your specific area of interest. The Graduate School Fair is an opportunity to gather information about programs across the county plus some international opportunities as well. Almost 100 different programs have signed on for this year’s UA Graduate School Day. These are programs interested in finding the cream of the potential UA grad student crop. Is that you? There’s a wide range of programs and something for just about everyone. Representatives from across the country will be here looking for students interested in pursuing advanced degrees in everything from Athletics to Art and Design, and that’s just the A’s. Some schools take multiple tables, each

all ages who have developmental or neurological disorders relating to cognitive or social aspects of communication. Audiologists provide services for hearing and balance disorders for individuals across their lifespan. Deaf Educators are prepared to provide services as teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing in any setting in which such services are provided. Urban Teacher Center: Pioneering Teacher Preparation Program in Baltimore, MD and Washington, D.C. UTC is a four-year, alternative teacher preparation program. Every participant completes an intensive year-long residency during which they receive a $20,000 stipend from UTC, followed by a three-year teaching commitment in a high-need urban elementary, middle, or high school.

Engineering USC Viterbi School of Engineering: The USC Viterbi School of Engineering has graduate students pursuing degrees in over 40 fields and is ranked among the top graduate programs in the nation by U.S. News and World Report. Learn more about our unique programs including, but not limited to, new degrees in Cyber Security, Data Informatics, and Data Science at: http://viterbi.usc.edu/gapp Vanderbilt University, School of Engineering: Located in Nashville, Tennessee Vanderbilt University School of Engineering’s graduate programs emphasize innovative, rigorous multidisciplinary study and in-depth instruction with strong partnerships internally, nationally and globally. Engineering faculty and students share their expertise across multiple disciplines to address specific research initiatives. For the complete listing of the different disciplines attending the fair, please check out the UA Career Services website at www.career.arizona.edu.

concentrating on different programs. Our friends up north in Tempe are sending reps not just from their General Graduate College but also program-specific reps from their College of Nursing & Health Innovation, Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College, the Design School, their Graduate College, ASU Online and the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. Yes, that’s all A.S.U. UA also shines in this multiple table category (go figure!) (also…go CATS!) with tables for our Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering, Architecture, College of Pharmacy, Eller MBA Programs, Graduate College, Master’s of Development Practice, Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health, Pre-Health Advising Center, School of Information Resources & Library Science, UA South and UA Student Learning Services. Check out the complete list of schools attending at www.career.arizona.edu. And don’t miss this opportunity to find out more about some great grad programs Wednesday, November 5th, from 1 to 4pm, in the Student Union Memorial Center 3rd floor ballroom.

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At New Mexico State University, you will discover a global campus community engaged in research and creative activities that help shape the world. As an NMSU graduate student, you will participate in the creation of knowledge and research that leads to innovative solutions to today’s challenges. We are a “high research activity” university, which means you will learn from and work alongside distinguished faculty and researchers known for their contributions in agriculture, arts and sciences, business, education, engineering and health and social services. Explore the many opportunities to advance your education in any of our Graduate Programs. Find out more at prospective.nmsu.edu/graduate.

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A. T. Still University Mesa, AZ 1202 Across the Pond Andover, MA 1203 Arizona Schl of Prof. Psychology @ Argosy Phoenix, AZ 1204 Arizona State University Tempe, AZ ASU College of Nursing & Health Innovation 1205 ASU Online 1206 ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law 1106 ASU Teachers College 1105 ASU - The Design School 1104 ASU - W. P. Carey School of Business 1103 Bastyr University Kenmore, WA 1102 Biola University La Mirada, CA 1101 California School of Prof. Psychology Fresno, CA 1100 Claremont Graduate University Claremont, CA 1000 ETS Princeton, NJ 1001 Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising L.A. CA 1002 Fuller Seminary Phoenix, AZ 1003 Graduate Theological Union Berkeley, CA 1004 Hult International Business School San Francisco, CA 1005 Iowa State University Ames, IA 1006 Jacksonville University Jacksonville, FL 906 Keck Graduate Institute Claremont, CA 905 Leeds Beckett University Leeds, England 904 Mayo Clinic Scottsdale, AZ 903 Michigan Technological University Peace Corps Master’s International Programs Houghton, MI 902 Midwestern University Glendale, AZ 901 Monterey Institute of International Studies Monterey, CA 900 Mountbatten Institute New York, NY 800 New Mexico State University Las Cruces, NM 801 New York University, School of Continuing and Professional Studies New York, NY 802 Northern Arizona University Flagstaff, AZ NAU Grad College 803 NAU W.A. Franke College of Business 804 Oregon College of Oriental Medicine Portland, OR Peace Corps Tucson, AZ Pepperdine University Los Angeles, CA Pittsburgh Theological Seminary Pittsburgh, PA Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Troy, NY Ross University School of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine Alameda, CA Saint Louis University St. Louis, MO Sherman College of Chiropractic Boiling Springs, SC Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business Dallas, TX Southwest College of Naturopathic Medicine Tempe, AZ Syracuse University Falk College Syracuse, NY Teach.org Washington, DC Texas Chiropractic College Pasadena, TX Texas Tech University Graduate School Lubbock, TX The Princeton Review Tempe, AZ

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University of Arizona Tucson, AZ UA Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering 606 UA Architecture 506 UA Career Services Foyer UA College of Pharmacy 505 504 UA Department of Computer Science UA Eller MBA Programs 503 UA Graduate School 502 UA James E. Rogers College of Law 501 500 UA Master’s of Development Practice UA Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Pub. Hlth 400 UA Pre-Health Advising Center Foyer UA SIRLS 401 UA Student Learning Services 402 UA Chandler - DPS School Psychology UA South - Transition to Teaching University of California UC Berkeley UC Davis UCLA Engineering UC San Diego UC San Diego Extension University of Chicago University of Notre Dame ESTEEM Graduate Program University of San Diego

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University of San Francisco San Francisco, CA University of San Francisco School of Management 300 University of San Francisco Sports Management 200 Urban Teacher Center

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University of Southern California Los Angeles, CA USC Marshall School of Business USC Master of Science in Global Medicine USC School of Social Work USC Viterbi School of Engineering

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Hult International Business School Located in Boston, San Francisco, London, Dubai, Shanghai, offers four specialized degree programs: Master of International Business, Master of Finance, Master of International Marketing, or Master of Social Entrepreneurship. Their programs provide students with the foundation every graduate student needs plus an invaluable immersion into some of the world’s biggest and fastest growing markets.

Leeds Beckett University Whilst they strive to offer academic programs at Leeds Beckett University to ALL student across ALL disciplines, IGP is focused on offering graduating student/athletes the opportunity to continue in sport whilst working on their postgraduate degree.

Michigan Technological University Peace Corps Master’s International Programs We are the nation’s largest Master’s International campus in the country and offer PCMI Programs in ten departments including but not limited to Applied Natural Resource Economics, Applied Science Education, Civil and Environmental Engineering, Computer Science, Electrical and Computer Engineering, Forest Resources and Environmental Science, Mechanical Engineering, Rhetoric, Theory and Culture.

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St. John’s University The graduate schools at St. John’s University in New York City offer more than 60 graduate degree and professional certificate programs in five acclaimed colleges, a School of Law, and institute dedicated solely to the growing field of biotechnology. Earn your master’s degree, doctoral degree, or professional certificate online, in New York, or in Rome. Whether you want to advance in your current career or lay the foundation to start a new one.

Study Across the Pond is a British company, funded by 27 top British universities, to provide free expert help to American students with all aspects of studying in the UK. Each of their student advisors have studied in both Britain and the U.S. and provide each student with: information about programs/majors, application procedures, finance, scholarships, visas, entry requirements and more. Most importantly, they will help you with everything that needs to be done from now until you are safely in Britain, as long as you are applying to one of their partners. UC San Diego School of International Relations and Pacific Studies IR/PS is the University of California’s only professional school of international relations and the only such program in the U.S. focused on the Pacific region. The curriculum focuses on the professional’s need to have a comprehensive worldview, and students in this program specialize in business, politics, economics, and public policy in the Pacific region.

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UA GRADUATE PROGRAMS ABOUND Want to Bear Down for Grad School? Check out these UA programs attending this year’s Graduate School Fair on November 5th. UA Agricultural & Biosystems Engineering: The Department offers graduate work leading to the Master of Science Degree; Master of Engineering Degree; and the Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering. Students, in conjunction with a Faculty advisor, are able to design a program to fit almost any need in the general field of the application of engineering principles to the solution of agricultural and biological engineering problems. Eller MBA Programs-University of Arizona: Each Eller MBA program is a long step beyond the ordinary. As an Eller student, you’ll benefit from a small and close-knit community, personal interaction with faculty, and a demanding curriculum that pushes you to become a more-skilled leader and professional. Our programs differ in many ways, to meet the needs and demands of a wide variety of professionals. Graduate College: The University of Arizona is one of the nation’s top 20 public research institutions, enabling graduate students to work with leading researchers and providing an ideal environment for graduate study. We place high priority on interdisciplinary studies, we strongly promote intellectual and cultural diversity, and we encourage international exchange. All of these add important value to graduate degrees from our institution. Master’s of Development Practice: The Master’s in Development Practice degree program (MDP) brings together talented students and faculty who have dedicated themselves to reducing the grinding impacts of global poverty by defining the pathways to enhanced well-being for the underresourced and socially excluded. Consistent with the philosophy of the MDP network, areas of public health, social sciences, natural sciences, and management, with a number of integrating skill courses. UA SIRLS: The School of Information Resources & Library Science Graduate Programs: MA in Library & Information Science (MLIS), Knowledge River Scholar Program, Dual Degree in MLIS & Journalism or Middle Eastern & North African Studies, PhD in Information. SIRLS Graduate Certificate Programs: Archival Studies, Digital Information Management (DigIn), Law Librarianship, Legal Information & Scholarly Communication, Medical & Community Health Information-Coming Soon University of Arizona Mel & Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health: the UA Zuckerman College of Public Health offers

many Graduate degree programs including the Master of Public Health (MPH) with seven concentrations; MS/PhD programs in Biostatistics, Environmental Health Sciences, Epidemiology, and Health Behavior Health Promotion; and Doctor of Public Health (DrPH) programs in Maternal and Child Health and Public Health Policy and Management. UA College of Pharmacy: The College of Pharmacy at the University of Arizona currently admits classes of 100 student pharmacists each fall semester. Admitted students pursue a 4 year doctor of pharmacy

(PharmD) degree. The course of study is also called the pharmacy professional program. During the past five years, on average 95 % or more of the students who entered the UA College of Pharmacy graduated. Currently the College is ranked 10th in the nation by US NEWS & WORLD REPORTS. University of Arizona (Student Learning Services): Graduate school exam prep courses: We are proud to offer a comprehensive, costeffective option for graduate, business, and law school entrance exam prep (GRE, GMAY & LSAT).

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Organizational Change As fall semester winds down, UA Career Services gears up, moving into the role of key resource hub for the University’s 100% engagement and student career success initiative. A combination of new leadership starting in November and a $300,000 Governor’s Office Workforce Development Grant realign UA Career Services to achieve expanded goals. With the background and skills the campus needs to make our 21st Century Vision a reality, Ron Gaschler, the new Career Services Associate Director has forged his professional skills through leadership positions in Arizona and Southern California. His Career Services portfolio spans almost every sector of higher education from public to private, community college to university, traditional to online. Most recently, Ron spearheaded the online career development and planning model at Ashford University and prior to Ashford, Ron was part of the groundbreaking development of Gallup StrengthsQuest. Mary Frances Kuper joins our team as the new Assistant Director for Career Services Experiential Learning with a background in academic success for low income and disadvantaged students. Mary Frances will prepare students across campus for engagement experiences and internships, build internship readiness and career development programming and shape our web and social media content for internships and engagement. On the tech side, Richard Poulter, a new Career Services technology staff member, joined Chris Jansmann, Career Services’ IT Manager, and UITS, to create the UA’s first campus-wide Student Engagement Website, incorporating engagement programs from across campus, researching best practices and developing new navigation functions to produce a highly interactive interface for students seeking information and resources for their engagement experiences. Finally, the $300,000 Governor’s Office Workforce Development grant will expand UA’s role in the state as the Institute for Career Readiness and Engagement. This program places UA in the heart of greater metro Phoenix to grow partnerships and build the capacity for internships, cooperative education and workforce development in Maricopa County. The UA Career Services team is looking forward to finding new ways to partner and connect with colleges and departments throughout the UA campus community. Our target is 100% engagement and we are looking to build on the UA’s national reputation as a leader in internship preparation programs. For more information: Eileen McGarry, Executive Director of Career Services & Student Engagement - emcgarry@email.arizona.edu


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‘Healthy Holiday Eating.’ 12pm. Arizona Cancer Center, Kiewit Auditorium. Christy Wilson, a registered dietitian nutritionist with Life & Work Connections, will give a talk titled “Healthy Holiday Eating.� The last few months of the calendar seem to be the most challenging for most of us because we’re typically inundated with holiday sweets and treats. Learn simple strategies to combat weight gain and maintain proper health throughout the holidays. Downtown Lecture Series- ‘Edible Roman Empire.’ 6:30pm. Fox Tucson Theatre, 17 W. Congress Street. UA professor of anthropology Emma Blake describes recent archeological discoveries that reveal new information about the Roman Empire’s foodways and their impact on nutrition, life expectancy, and culinary heritage. UA Museum of Art- Tucson Media Town Hall. 3pm-4:30pm. 1031 N. Olive Road. With the start of our new director, W. James Burns, we will be holding a series of Town Hall Meetings to hear from faculty, staff, students and the Tucson community on their thoughts about the role and direction of the UAMA. We welcome all opinions, whether you are a museum regular or have never visited. Coffee with the Curators. 3pm. Join us for a cup of coffee and informal conversation. Authors Pat Messier and Kim Messier will discuss their newest book, “Reassessing Hallmarks of Native Southwest Jewelry.� Enjoy seeing pieces of jewelry from Arizona State Museum’s collections


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UA Graduate School Day. 1pm-4pm. Student Union Memorial Center, Ballroom. UA Graduate School Day has dozens of recruiters (more than 80 tables!) from prestigious institutions from across the country looking to recruit UA students to their graduate programs.

Drawing I: An Art Workshop for Adults 1:30 pm to 3 pm. Himmel Park Branch Library 1035 N. Treat Ave. Learn the skills of drawing from direct observation in this 6-week course, and discover and expand your creativity. Try something new and surprise yourself! Space is limited. Free admission!

Tai Chi Happy Hour 5:30 pm. University of Arizona College of Nursing, Room 117. Explore the ancient art of Tai Chi! Meant to relax and be more in tune with your body, this course does all of that and more! These sessions, led by instructor Edna Silva, are offered free of charge and open to anyone.

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TUCSON EVENTS Wildcat Wednesdays. 12pm to 9pm. AZ Air Time, 3931 W. Costco Drive. Come in any Wednesday and show your College ID to receive 50% off admission all day long. All Tucson area colleges welcome. Indoor trampolines, dodgeball courts, trampoline dunk basketball, foam pit and other fun activities. Butterfly Magic. 9:30am-3pm. Tucson Botanical Gardens, 2150 N. Alvernon Way. Visit the Cox Communications Butterfly & Orchid Pavilion, and experience the beauty of live tropical butterflies. From October through May the Cox Butterfly & Orchid Pavilion will transform into a magical oasis filled with over 300 butterflies at a given

Halloween Stunt Show 7 pm. Trail Dust Town 6541 E. Tanque Verde Road. 30 minute outdoor show featuring cowboy and pirate style fighting, explosion effects, cannon and gun fire. Don’t miss this fun and exciting show for all ages! Bugs, Bones, Butterflies: Wil Taylor. 10am5:30pm. Yikes Toys and Gift-O-rama, 2930 E. Broadway. Bugs, Bones, Butterflies is Wil Taylor’s celebrated return to nature. Stylishly simple and richly beautiful gouache & ink interpretations of Lepidoptera (moths and butterflies), mammal skulls and insects. Cost is free. Music at Hacienda Del Sol. 7pm-9pm. 5501 N. Hacienda Del Sol Road. A variety of Rock, Jazz, Latin and The Blues with KXCI’ S Marty Kool! Compiled by: Katie Fournier

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Sports • Wednesday, November 5, 2014



MEMBERS OF THE ZONAZOO during Arizona’s 28-26 loss against USC at Arizona Stadium on Oct. 11. Students must continue attending games and staying until the end to prevent giving the UA any reason to limit ZonaZoo seating.



ARIZONA GUARDS Kadeem Allen (20) and Gabe York (1) and forwards Craig Victor (3), Stanley Johnson (5) and Rondae Hollis-Jefferson (23) listen to the rules of the dunk contest before Arizona’s annual Red-Blue Game in McKale Center on Oct. 18.


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Arizona men’s basketball will open up the season ranked No. 2. That’s the highest preseason ranking for the Wildcats since 2002-03. Arizona soccer forward Gabi Stoian scored three goals over the weekend at Colorado and Utah. She has 13 goals this year and is second in the Pac-12 Conference in points and is third in goals. Arizona football linebacker Scooby Wright has won Pac-12 defensive player of the week twice in a row. He is the only player in the country in the top 20 in tackles, tackles for loss, sacks and forced fumbles. Last week, the San Francisco Giants won their third World Series in the last five years. The Giants have now won eight world championships, with five coming when they were the New York Giants.


ARIZONA RUNNING BACK Jonathan Haden (7) walks off the field after Arizona’s 17-7 loss against UCLA at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., on Saturday.

Arizona football lost its second game of its last three on Saturday night at UCLA, 17-7. After reaching the top 10, the Wildcats are a loss away from being unranked. Arizona hockey lost two of three games last weekend to the Colorado schools. The Wildcats had a six-game losing streak and lost eight of their last nine before beating Colorado 3-1 on Saturday. Maryland football captains refused to shake the hands of the Penn State captains, and a fight ensued. Terp receiver Stefon Diggs was suspended one game by the Big Ten. The NBA fined Minnesota Timberwolves shooting guard Kevin Martin $15,000 for making an obscene gesture on Saturday night. Martin motioned like he was juggling giant testicles after making a 3-pointer. Somewhere, Sam Cassell is smiling.

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good would Autzen look? As for UCLA, it’s hard to imagine Los Angeles fans being intimidating, but if it moved The Den to a spot similar to the ZonaZoo, instead of its corner slot like Oregon’s, then it could boost the crowd. While attendance was 80,246, the atmosphere was pretty weak. It felt like a baseball game. The fans would sit on their hands until third down or a score, like how baseball fans play with their phones until there are two strikes or a score. In the Pac-12 Conference, only Oregon State has a student section that runs end zone to end zone like the UA, but those seats comprise a much smaller percentage of those sections than the ZonaZoo, which is all of the lower deck on the east side. The ZonaZoo is special. Last year, ESPN ranked the ZonaZoo as the best student section in the Pac-12 — after the Associated Students of the University of



5. USC (6-3, 5-2) While all the other Pac-12 South contenders played each other last week, the Trojans got to beat up on Washington State. This week, the competition gets a bit tougher before they face UCLA and Notre Dame to close the

Arizona officials who run it and the UA added incentives to stay and shrinked it by 1,000 seats. However, the ZonaZoo has slumped this year, most notably in the California game where thousands of fans missed the “Hill Mary” even though they attended the game. For the last few years, there have been whispers that the ZonaZoo will move. It’s happened before. In the 1980s, ASUA infamously gave up courtside student seating at men’s basketball games. Don’t give the UA a reason to further shrink the ZonaZoo or stick it in a corner. Go to games and stay. The perpetual goal of Arizona football, the only Pac-10 team that hasn’t made the Rose Bowl, is to make it to the Rose Bowl game. But don’t let Arizona Stadium end up like the Rose Bowl.

season. Last week: Fourth, W at Washington State 44-17 This week: Bye 6. Colorado (2-7, 0-6) The last time the Buffaloes came to Tucson for a Homecoming game, Ka’Deem Carey ran for 366 yards. Will another Wildcat go HAM? Probably not; the Buffaloes are better now than in 2012

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but still not better enough to get a Pac-12 win. They’ll likely finish 0-9. Last week: Sixth, L vs. Washington State 38-23 This week: Saturday at Arizona (6-2, 3-2)

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Ducks gain stronghold BY JAMES KELLEY The Daily Wildcat

Real Madrid 1 Liverpool 0

DEPLEATED THUNDER LOSE FOURTH GAME Toronto Raptors 100 Oklahoma City Thunder 88



WESTERN CONFERENCE RIVALS FACE OFF Los Angeles Clippers vs. Golden State Warriors, 8:30 pm, ESPN


WIZARDS AIM TO PUT DOWN PACERS Washington Wizards vs. Indiana Pacers, 6 pm, ESPN


Editor: Roberto Payne sports@wildcat.arizona.edu (520) 621-2956 twitter.com/wildcatsports

North 1. No. 5 Oregon (8-1, 5-1 Pac-12 Conference) The Ducks found a final solution to their so-called “Stanford problem” with a blowout win last week. With a two-game lead over the Cardinal and three games to go, Oregon has pretty much clinched the North. Last week: First, W vs. Stanford 45-16 This week: Saturday at No. 20 Utah (6-2, 3-2) 2. Washington (6-3, 2-3) Someone has to be second, so the Huskies move up. After losing two in a row, U-Dub got back in the win column with a dose of vitamin CU, beating up on hapless Colorado. Last week: Third, W at Colorado 38-23 This week: Saturday vs. No. 18 UCLA (7-2, 4-2) 3. Stanford (5-4, 3-3) At 5-4, the Cardinal won’t make it to a fourth straight major bowl unless Oregon somehow collapses and it sneaks in and wins the Pac-12 championship game. Instead, it’s fighting for a bowl berth. Last week: Second, L at Oregon 45-16 This week: Bye 4. California (5-4, 3-4) The Golden Bears, 1-11 last year, moved toward the top of the Pac-12 and toward a bowl game by beating Oregon State. Cal needs another win, though, and has USC, Stanford and BYU left. Last week: Fifth, W at Oregon State, 45-31 This week: Bye 5. Oregon State (4-4, 1-4) After starting the season 3-0, the Beavers are in danger of missing a bowl after losing four of five and three in a row. In fact, OSU is in danger of slipping in Washington State territory — well, if they didn’t play the Cougars this week. Last week: Fourth, L vs. California 45-31 This week: Saturday vs. Washington State (2-7, 1-5)

6. Washington State (2-7, 1-5) Since beating Arizona last November, the Cougars have lost nine games, but on Saturday, they lost something more. The one-man team lost its star, Connor Halliday, the nation’s best passer, to a broken leg. Last week: Sixth, L vs. USC 44-17 This week: Saturday at Oregon State (4-4, 1-4) South 1. No. 11 ASU (7-1, 5-1) Every week, the South gets harder to rank. (Maybe this underpaid reporter should get a raise.) Anyway, the Sun Devils moved to the top of division and would get into the playoff talk by beating Notre Dame. Last week: Third, W vs. Utah 19-16 OT This week: Saturday vs. No. 8 Notre Dame (7-1) 2. UCLA (7-2, 4-2) After disappointing for most of the year, the Bruins picked up another quality win by beating Arizona and getting a leg up in the South. Still, they’ve really only impressed against the Arizona schools, and other than those two games, they look average. Last week: Fourth, W vs. Arizona 17-7 This week: Saturday at Washington (6-3, 2-3) 3. No. 21 Arizona (6-2, 3-2) After the Wildcats moved into the top 10, they promptly lost, and after moving back up, lost again. Will they recover again or drop out of the rankings entirely? Last week: First, L at UCLA 17-7 This week: Saturday vs. Colorado (2-7, 0-6) 4. Utah (6-2, 3-2) The Utes couldn’t get over the hump at ASU. This week, they have a chance to take down another big boy, though, as Oregon comes to town. Last week: Second, L at ASU 19-16 OT This week: Saturday vs. Oregon (81, 5-1 Pac-12)

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OREGON QUARTERBACK Marcus Mariota (8) passes during Arizona’s 31-24 win against Oregon in Eugene, Ore., on Oct. 2. Mariota and the Ducks have won four straight games, all but locking up the Pac-12 Conference North division.

Women’s hoops to lean on experienced sophs BY EZRA AMACHER

ZonaZoo needs to recapture its luster

The Daily Wildcat

FOOTBALL 11/8 vs. Colorado

SOCCER 11/7 vs. ASU

VOLLEYBALL 11/7 at Stanford

QUOTE TO NOTE The perpetual goal of Arizona football, the only team that hasn’t made the Rose Bowl, is to make it to the Rose Bowl game. But don’t let Arizona Stadium end up like the Rose Bowl SPORTS — 13

TWEET TO NOTE ASU coach Todd Graham on QB Taylor Kelly “He hasn’t been beat as a starter this year.” Said hoping Kelly is full speed this week. —@TedMillerRK

ASU football head coach must have forgot football is a team game, and that No. 8/10 Notre Dame is up next on the schedule. twitter.com/wildcatsports twitter.com/wildcathoops


here was no learning curve for UA women’s basketball sophomore forward LaBrittney Jones. There was no time to sit around and watch how the older players get it done, to digest the ins and outs of a new program — no time to act as a freshman. From day one, Jones, a 6-foot-1 forward from Cedar Hill, Texas, wasn’t just asked to contribute to the women’s basketball team. Instead, she was immediately expected to become a centerpiece of the Wildcats’ program. Arizona entered the 2013-14 season knowing it would be low on depth. Then-redshirt junior leading scorer Alli Gloyd tore her ACL in the preseason, and it made an already thin roster even weaker. As Gloyd’s backup, Jones moved into the starting rotation and stayed there the entire season. “Last year, I was kind of a little hesitant about doing a lot of stuff,” Jones said. “I was just coming off an injury, and that was like my first injury I’ve ever had in my life.” While the Wildcats struggled to make up for the short bench, winning just five games, Jones and teammate sophomore Breanna Workman saw their play improve as the season went along. At year’s end, Jones led Arizona in field goal percentage at 46 percent, and Workman was right behind, finishing third on the team. “At first as a freshman, you get out there and you think, ‘Oh, you’re kind of scared and nervous,’” Workman said. “Now that I’m a sophomore, I have a lot of experience under my belt, and although I’m only a sophomore, I have a lot more experience than most freshmen got.” With seven new players in the program, depth should not be as great a concern for the Wildcats as they prepare for the start of the season. For Jones, the larger roster provides an assurance that she couldn’t count on as a freshman. “I’m able to play and not worry about minor injuries going on with myself,” Jones said. “Being able to go 100 percent is better for me.” Jones is expected to be one of Arizona’s top offensive threats once again this year, especially if she can become a consistent outside shooter. Jones focused on her 3-point shooting over the summer, and the dividends are starting to pay off. To make herself even more versatile, Jones has also improved her interior play. “I’ve been working a lot on my post moves,” Jones said. “A lot more on my face-up game, because I know I’m very short compared to other ladies, so I have to face up more in order to make my moves.” For Workman, the transition to sophomore year has much to do with off-the-court improvement as on the

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ARIZONA FORWARD LaBrittney Jones (24) shoots a hook overaUtah forward Wendy Anae (21) during Arizona women’s basketball 52-47 loss against Utah in McKale Center last season.

court. That means helping the freshmen along. “It’s huge to be there for them, because I know how it felt to be in their position,” Workman said. “Part of leadership is to be there for everybody and to be on the same page.” As Workman witnessed last year, without a balanced distribution, things can go downhill quick. “We have a responsibility to start the game, bring a lot [of] energy and how we come out to set the tone,” Workman said. “Their responsibility is to come in and keep the tone sustained. It’s a rotation. Once that happens, I don’t think we can really be stopped.” — Roberto Payne contributed to this reporting

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estled in the hills of Pasadena, Calif., the Rose Bowl is college football heaven. “America’s stadium” has hosted national championships, Super Bowls and the World Cup Final. Alabama’s fight song even mentions it. The Rose Bowl is first-class all the way. The entrance to the press box and luxury seating has blue carpeting, like a Bruin version of a red carpet. It even has a metal Kleenex dispenser in the bathroom. There was one thing the Rose Bowl was missing, though: a dominant student section similar to the ZonaZoo. Yes, UCLA does have one, and it is pretty big, but unless you looked at a seating diagram, you couldn’t tell where it was. I’ve been lucky enough to travel to three road games in 2013 and 2014 to two nice locales — Oregon and UCLA — and ASU. The Sun Devil students were the most noticeable of the three, but unlike the ZonaZoo, the only time you ever hear about them is when they wear blackface in the 21st century. Oregon’s Autzen Stadium is loud, but its student section is tucked away in the corner. It’s an afterthought. Their students stay the entire game, unlike much of the ZonaZoo. They stay so long, they even play a beer-pong-like game in the stands. If they had decent seats, how