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The Freshman Class Council will be using pizza and eegee’s to encourage students to get more involved with their student government. “Discover Your ASUA” is being organized by FCC as a way to encourage freshmen to get involved with the Associated Students of the University of Arizona during their next three years at the UA, according to Mary Rose Brennan, a pre-business freshman and outreach chair for FCC. Brennan said FCC members are putting on the event to better inform their fellow freshmen about the services ASUA has to offer, because a lot of students don’t know about all the different aspects of their student government. “Many freshmen don’t even know what ASUA is,” Brennan said, “so this would be a good chance for them to



THE FRESHMAN CLASS COUNCIL is using pizza and eegee’s to engage freshman members of the student body. Engagement is part of the mission of the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, according to the statement on the wall of its office on the third floor of the Student Union Memorial Center.



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THE BRASS SECTION of the Wind Ensemble, led by Oscar Thorp, practices Richard Strauss’ “Vienna Philharmonic Fanfare” in front of the Fine Arts Box Office on Tuesday.

There are still six months left until the Arizona Wildcats tip off the 201415 basketball season, but the defending Pac-12 Conference champions are already receiving praise for their upcoming season. On Tuesday, MaxPreps. com, an affiliate of, named the Wildcats’ class of 2014 recruit and signee Stanley Johnson the national Player of the Year. The award is the icing on the cake for the 6-foot-6, 225-pound Stanley Johnson, a senior at Mater Dei high school in Santa Ana, Calif. While playing for the Monarchs, Stanley Johnson won four state titles, was named the California Gatorade Male Player of the Year, was named to the McDonald’s high school All-American team and led Mater Dei to a No. 1 ranking in the country by many polls. In his final game at Mater Dei in the CIF California boy’s basketball open division state championship game, Stanley Johnson scored 25 points to go along with eight assists and three steals. The Monarchs won 71-61 over Bishop O’Dowd High School of Oakland, Calif., on


Conference UA Vet looks at water school conservation gets no funding BY JORDAN FOWLER The Daily Wildcat

The UA Water Resources Research Center held its annual conference titled “Closing the Gap Between Water Supply and Demand” on Tuesday. At the conference, a panel of speakers from groups around the state of Arizona weighed in on what is being done to address the water issue in Arizona. Tom Davis, the general manager for the Yuma County Water Users’ Association, outlined the ways in which Yuma farmers were efficiently using water resources and concluded that genetically modified organisms would be necessary for the farmers to save more water. “If you want agriculture to use less water, if you’re

trying somehow to squeeze water out of agriculture to use somewhere else or to make up this gap … you’re going to have to go to GMOs,” Davis said. “Then you can begin to ask agriculture for some more water.” Davis presented data to show that for most crops aside from citrus, farmers are not using more water than they need to keep the crops alive. Davis explained that citrus is grown in sandy soil, which does not hold water well, so more water is needed. “The whole story here is that the irrigation methods that we are using in the Yuma valley are just pretty darn close to being as efficient as we can be,” Davis said. “If our farmers can be any more efficient, they will be.”



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PHOENIX — Sen. Steve Pierce (R-District 1) stood up on the Senate floor last week and attempted to get $4.2 million for the UA to start a veterinary program in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Shortly after he finished talking, the nay votes overwhelmed the yeas, and the amendment was voted down. In his office, Rep. Ethan Orr (R-District 9) who has his two UA diplomas hanging behind his desk, remains on a mission. Early in the week, Orr, a former associate professor at the university, thought he could get the funding from the House, despite the lack of success of veterinary appropriations in



AT THE SENATE BILL 1062 protest on Feb. 21, Rep. Ethan Orr (R-District 9) spoke at Wingspan. Orr is advocating to add money to the state budget to support a veterinary program at the UA.

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HOROSCOPES Today’s Birthday (04/09/14): It’s a lovely year for magnificent adventures. Spend time on detailed plans, and set launch dates for after May 20. Put energy into your home, friendships and partnerships this spring. Pretty up the place, and throw parties. After summer, the real fun begins. A personal revelation in October leads to new freedom. Study and learn. Shared resources grow. Nurture happiness. To get the advantage, check the day’s rating: 10 is the easiest day, 0 the most challenging. Aries (March 21-April 19) — Today is a 7 — Now you’re cooking. Meditate on the desired flavors. Add spices as you slowly raise the heat. Sip something delicious while another’s enthusiasm infuses you. Let yourself get riled up. Get others involved. Your team adds crucial supporting elements. Coordinate efforts like a dance. Taurus (April 20-May 20) — Today is a 6 — There’s more work ahead. Passions rise, and could boil over if left untended. Consider a friend’s suggestion. Your team’s hot… Provide leadership for balance. They’re backing you, so provide the same support. Blow off steam together. Clean up a mess at home and relax. Gemini (May 21-June 20) — Today is a 7 — Explore new territory today and tomorrow. Follow the money trail, and hit gold. A person of higher status can assist. Maintain your best behavior, and keep your schedule. Don’t dive into deep water until you can swim. Suddenly, it all makes sense.



Cancer (June 21-July 22) — Today is a 7 — A new profitable opportunity arises before another project’s done. Make plans without taking action yet. Set goals with a partner, and solicit feedback. Do the reading. Follow through on previous obligations before changing directions, and send thank you notes to contributors.

ELLEN POTT, a senior in studio arts with an emphasis in 3-D, works on an exhibition piece about her menstrual cycle in the Art building on Tuesday. Pott is in the process of casting 350 eggs for her piece, which will be exhibited on May 10 at the Steinfeld Warehouse Community Arts Center.

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Leo (July 23-Aug. 22) — Today is an 8 — The moon’s in your sign, favorably aspecting warrior Mars. You’ve got the power. Physical exercise works wonders and builds energy. A hunch could be quite profitable… Check the data before compromising. You’re in the spotlight, rehearsed and ready. Play with finesse and style.


Today is Winston Churchill Day. In 1963, Churchill became the second person in history to become an honorary citizen of the U.S. The honor was bestowed to him by President John F. Kennedy. Churchill wasn’t at the ceremony, but his son and grandson stood in for him.

Samuel Langhorne Clemens, or Mark Twain, receives his steamboat pilot’s license at the age of 23.

He was elected to the British Parliament in 1900.

Virgo (Aug. 23-Sept. 22) — Today is a 7 — Get organized with your plans today and tomorrow to manage your deadlines. Travel later. Contemplate your next move. Clarify your direction, and chart out the logistics. Review priorities, and handle previous commitments before taking on new ones. Handle chores to keep systems functioning well. Libra (Sept. 23-Oct. 22) — Today is a 7 — Play with your community today and tomorrow. Focus on partnership, and do what you promised. Together, anything’s possible. Hold meetings, schmooze and go to parties (or throw one). It’s surprising what can be accomplished when people collaborate. Soak up the applause.


Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrenders his 28,000 troops to Union General Ulysses S. Grant during the American Civil War.


NASA introduces America’s first astronauts to the press.

Scorpio (Oct. 23-Nov. 21) — Today is an 8 — Consider new opportunities over the next two days. Discuss them with a partner. Review your resources, and restock if needed. There’s a test or challenge ahead and a boost in status with success. Provide leadership, and schedule actions. Keep your cool, and love triumphs. Sagittarius (Nov. 22-Dec. 21) — Today is an 8 — Today and tomorrow include expansion. Plan a trip, widen your territory and broaden the focus of your studies. Travel and fun are favored. What do you want to learn? Emotional energy enhances an opportunity. Work to fulfill a passion. Light a fire under someone.




Irma Perez Soil, Water and Environmental Science senior

How is your semester going? It’s good.

where would you go? Maybe Indonesia or anywhere in … Asia.

What are you doing this summer? I’m excited for the summer, but I’m a senior, so that’s scary. I don’t know if I’m going to keep my lab job or do an internship.

What do you do now that it’s warmer out? I like to spend time outside, go to the pool and work out.

When are you graduating? December.

Capricorn (Dec. 22-Jan. 19) — Today is an 8 — The tempo’s upbeat, and you’re jamming. Find an area to increase efficiency, and save energy. Trust a hunch. You’re gaining respect. OK, now you can buy toys. Get a romantic surprise for your sweetie and a little something for yourself. It’s the mood that matters. Aquarius (Jan. 20-Feb. 18) — Today is an 8 — Devote energy to a partnership today and tomorrow. Reignite common passions, and don’t unveil your secret power yet. Provide well for your family and invest in your home. Exert yourself physically. Create something of value. Savor the fruits of your efforts together.

Do you have a favorite emoji? The poop emoji and the eggplant, because it’s so random.

Pisces (Feb. 19-March 20) — Today is a 7 — The pace jumps with high energy today and tomorrow. Take care to avoid accidents. Throw some money at a problem. You’re busy with creative projects… Take one step at a time. Sort through feelings as they arise, rather than stuffing them. Release with physical exercise.

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IN BRIEF Dr. Andrew Weil, founder and director of the UA Center for Integrative Medicine, is working on updating the menu for patients at the University of Arizona Medical Center. Weil co-owns two restaurants and is working on purchasing a third with his two business partners, and the three have written a cookbook together titled “True Food: Seasonal, Sustainable, Simple, Pure.” The recipes Weil plans to incorporate into a new menu for UAMC come from his cookbook, and include Tuscan kale salad, wild salmon and curried cauliflower soup. The goal of the collaboration between Weil and UAMC is to fight the misconception that hospital food is bland and unhealthy. A new car service was launched in Tucson last Friday. Named Lyft, the service is similar to the popular car service Uber. Lyft is an app that gives users access to drivers from the community who have been through background checks, providing a ride to anyone who may need it. Lyft cars are identifiable by the furry pink


the Senate. But later this week, the House only agreed to give the university $3.5 million for Cooperative Extension support. Without the support of the House and Senate, Orr will have to come up with some other way to squeeze in the money he wants to create the UA’s first veterinary school and surgical program — before the budget is finalized. But the legislative appropriations game is only part of a bigger conversation surrounding the proposed veterinary program — one between two veterinarians, Shane Burgess, the dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and Wayne Anderson, of the Arrow Service Group of Animal Hospitals, a co-op of veterinary hospitals in the Phoenix area. Anderson says he has letters from more than 30 private practices in the state, all of which state that they don’t support a veterinary school program for the university. But if you talk to Orr, Burgess or any other supporter of the program, they’ll tell you that the UA, as a land-grant university, has a responsibility to its citizens to create this program.



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UAMC was named in the 2014 edition of the “100 Greatest Hospitals in America,” a list compiled by “Becker’s Hospital Review” out of Chicago. The list compiles the 100 hospitals that provide the best patient care, serve as academic hubs and house forward-thinking breakthroughs in both science and medicine. UAMC was one of three hospitals in Arizona to be included on the list. It is the third year UAMC has been included in this annual compilation.

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Steven Palmer, a physiology senior, is set to compete on Wednesday evening’s episode of “Wheel of Fortune” for the show’s College Week. Palmer filmed the episode in Los Angeles, competing against students from across the country. Palmer is the first UA student to appear on “Wheel of Fortune” since 2009. The episode will air Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. on ABC.

Bruce Hallin, the director of the Water Rights and Contracts for the Salt River Project, represented the power industry in the panel. While he acknowledged that water is a necessary component in power production, he asked the audience to also consider energy that is needed to provide communities with water. Hallin said energy is needed at every point in our interaction with water: storage in and recovery from aquifers, the movement of water, its cleaning in waste management facilities and more. John Kmiec, the utilities director for the town of Marana, spoke on the obstacles Tucson has faced with its water supply in the past, as well as the ways it is improving today. Kmiec said Tucson has developed projects to change the dynamics of its water situation and has taken advantage of the infrastructure it already has in place to increase its effectiveness and efficiency. “The important takeaway message from this is how municipal providers have been working together historically since 1980 in the Tucson [Active Management Area] and how we continue to work together moving forward,” Kmiec said.

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“We take this very seriously in my college,” Burgess said. “Our job is to do whatever we can to benefit the state. My job is to do whatever I can to improve the state’s economy.” Currently, a program called the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education allows Arizona students to pay in-state tuition to out-of-state schools in return for the students’ spending at least four years working in Arizona after they graduate. “Even with that, a lot of veterinarians I know still leave with like a hundred grand in debt after veterinary school,” said Chris Cromwell, a veterinary sciences junior at the UA. “Really, there is no cheap option for veterinary students in general, but especially veterinary students in Arizona.” Most of the veterinary schools in the country are state schools and typically admit more instate students than out-of-state students, which doesn’t leave much room for Arizona students like Cromwell. To help Arizona students, Burgess has two ideas. One is to streamline the program, providing six different entry points into the program. The other is to use the resources that the university already has, including a

distributive education model that would place students in clinics throughout the state. Burgess’ other idea, the distributive education model, has been in effect in a few schools across the country, including a veterinary school at the University of Calgary and Western University of Health Sciences. Burgess has arranged for several veterinarians, mostly in Southern Arizona, to take part in his program. Anderson said he doesn’t think that you can reduce the cost of education while maintaining the current standards. “You can’t have an increased amount of knowledge and decrease the time because of money,” he said. “You have to kind of pick your poison.” Another area where there is little consensus, not just between Anderson and Burgess, but also in the veterinary community, is whether there is an actual shortage of veterinarians. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in its 2014 Occupational Outlook Handbook said that there is a 12 percent growth rate for veterinarians in the country. However, with a higher number of graduates from veterinary schools, competition for jobs is expected to increase. That is consistent

with Anderson’s fears; he said he thinks that having a UA veterinary program will flood the market since Midwestern, a private veterinary school in Glendale, is already starting its first class in the fall. Burgess said that isn’t a concern. He said that veterinary graduates are well under the national unemployment rate of 8.1 percent in 2012, with only 2.1 percent being unemployed. Burgess’ plans have the backing of the agricultural community, the AVMA, the university and some legislators, which could be more than enough to get his program off of the ground. Back in the Legislature, the budget battle continues. In the whirlwind of amendments and counter-proposals, it’s easy to lose the veterinary school in the mix. Orr insists that the state simply needs a veterinary school. “It furthers the mission of the University of Arizona, which, as a land grant institution, is a resource for the entire state,” Orr said. “It means that we’ll be able to support our rural and agricultural economy.” Of course, that is if he can get the money.

know what we do and what positions we have in the office.” Representatives from the three areas of ASUA — cabinet, senate and programs and services — will be present to explain their respective roles, Brennan said. The event was hosted in previous years as Meet Your ASUA Day, but has been discontinued since then, according to Brennan. This is the first year FCC will be hosting Discover Your ASUA. “This is the first big push where we’re actively trying to engage freshmen to apply for something next year and get a better group of candidates for ASUA,” said Morgan Abraham, president of ASUA and an engineering management senior. Being actively involved is the most important thing students can do during their time at the UA, Abraham said, and ASUA is one of the best ways to do that. “The cool part about ASUA is there are so many different areas and interests and aspects to it,” Abraham said. Abraham said ASUA offers opportunities for all interest areas, including event planning, politics and sports. ASUA hosts concerts and Spring Fling, lobbies the state Legislature and coordinates ZonaZoo. “It doesn’t really matter what your interest is,” Abraham said. “ASUA probably has something for you.” The event, while targeted at freshmen, is open to all students who are interested in student government, Brennan said. FCC members will be handing out applications for positions within ASUA, which came out on Monday. Discover Your ASUA is set to take place today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Alumni Plaza near the Student Union Memorial Center. In addition to ASUA applications, free pizza and eegee’s will also be offered to those who come out today. Brennan said that in their year on FCC, members have gotten the chance to learn about the different parts of ASUA and are looking to impress this information on their fellow freshmen, who still have three years ahead of them. “It is our way of giving back to the freshman class,” Brennan said.

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Pink funds do little for cancer patients BY Maura higgs The Daily Wildcat


t’s everywhere. It’s on yogurt. It’s on locks. It’s even on our buckets of fried chicken. You can now find just about anything in “pink” form. Breast cancer awareness is taking over our aisles, and in theory, that’s great. It allows consumers to feel good about supporting a cause just by buying specialty versions of their usual products. “When I buy a designated pink item, I have good reason to believe the extra money I’m paying is going to a good cause,” said Sarah Johns, an elementary education junior whose family has directly been impacted by breast cancer. But is that correct? Sometimes. Not always. It’s fantastic that people are choosing to help fight breast cancer in some way. But the “pink” money isn’t going where we are assume it is when we decide to make our purchases. Some companies are essentially deceiving the public, and that’s despicable. Cancer should be making us angry and active. Instead, we’re complacent — content to buy without asking. For starters, the “pink” donated money isn’t regulated by anyone. Absolutely any company is able to add pink ribbon to its products or to make them uncharacteristically pink. According to Think Before You Pink, a project created by Breast Cancer Action, the pink ribbon itself is sometimes placed on products just to demonstrate that they are healthy and not to support the cause. If a company does actually donate money, it can be completely unrelated to its sales or products. In 2010, Dansko, a shoe company, sold a pair of clogs with pink ribbons on them. While Dansko did donate $25,000 to Susan G. Komen for the Cure, the donation was completely unrelated to how many people bought the clogs. Another problem with pink culture? Some pink products have been known to contain chemicals that could cause illness. Susan G. Komen for the Cure teamed up with a perfume company, TPR Holdings, to produce a perfume called Promise Me, which contained a neurotoxicant and a chemical that messes with your hormones. Revlon, sponsor of the Entertainment Industry Foundation Revlon Run/Walk for Women, sells cosmetics with ingredients that can cause cancer, according to a survey done by the Breast Cancer Fund and the Campaign for Safe Cosmetics. The documentary “Pink Ribbons, Inc.” focuses on a stage IV breast cancer support group that discusses how little support is actually out there for victims and survivors. The group talks about how the faces of the women affected by breast cancer should be included when we buy those pink products. This would remind us that we’re focusing on the cancer, but not on its victims — that we’re sensationalizing breast cancer with pink products because mastectomies and death aren’t fun to think about. We’re not providing financial or even good emotional support for those who have breast cancer. But they need it. Cancer isn’t a quick fix, and it isn’t going away. We can’t just pretend to do our part by buying something that happens to be pink and calling it a day. Get involved with movements like Breast Cancer Action. Participate in walks that fund research, education and treatment. Buy healthy pink products, as long as you’ve followed the money. Humans — real, living, breathing people — are being affected by this disease. If it were you, your mother or your sister with breast cancer, wouldn’t you want people to care more than for a split second while they are grocery shopping? You make a statement with your dollars and how you spend your time. I hope that time is spent learning about how you can help.

— Maura Higgs is a neuroscience and cognitive science sophomore. Follow her @maurahiggs

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Nature calls — let’s hang up BY Logan Rogers The Daily Wildcat


couple of weeks ago I was working under a shady tree, struggling with writer’s block, when inspiration literally fell out of the sky, just like the apple that struck Isaac Newton in days of yore. Except in my case, it was bird poop falling on my laptop. I know the paper I was typing wasn’t very good, but I wish the bird had been more subtle in its criticism of my work. It was a small amount of turd that was pretty easy to clean up, but I still would have preferred an apple. I suddenly realized nature would be much improved if we could get all these animals potty-trained. I don’t want to personally volunteer for the job of litter-training various beasts, but someone ought to do it. Maybe the guy from the TV show “Dirty Jobs,” who seems to have a high tolerance for that sort of thing. This subject got me thinking about all sorts of other improvements that could be made to nature. Someone needs to get on this, and I guess that someone, as usual, will have to be me. First of all, there’s the ocean. The beach is great, but can’t the

good for sailing, but other than oceans be smaller? International that, the wind should have to travel would be a lot easier if apply to either me or President they were. And what’s with that Barack Obama on a day-by-day funky ocean smell at the beach? employment basis. The water already looks like Something that’s even mouthwash, so why can’t the more annoying than wind is ocean smell minty? Why can’t the earthquakes. Anyone who argues water actually be mouthwash, for that earthquakes are a good that matter? It might sting a little thing is on shaky ground. The bit, but there would be a lot less only reason they even happen is bacteria in there. This would also be great for surfer dudes who can’t because there are all these stupid faults and cracks afford dental under the Earth’s insurance. Listen, Earth, surface. The UA Another you’re trying has one of the problem with best geology nature is the too hard to departments in inequitable impress us. the world, and distribution of I see no reason water. Seattle why we couldn’t gets too much fix this. Just send rain, and a bunch of scientists around the Tucson gets too little. Nature, that world with billions of gallons of just isn’t fair! Didn’t anyone tell superglue. Using this method, we Mother Nature that moms are can fill in the cracks in the Earth’s supposed to at least try to treat surface and fuse together the their children equally? tectonic plates. Boom, earthquake And what’s the point of wind? problem solved! The wind generally blows. There I know this last proposal may are people who like cloudy days be controversial and will get and rainy days and sunny days, me in trouble with the powerful but I’ve never met anyone who night watchman and gravedigger said, “I hope it’s a really windy day lobbies, but is nighttime really today!” It’s just all this air rushing necessary? It’s dark and it’s cold, around like a puppy hopped and who needs to deal with that? up on Red Bull for no reason, Without night, there would be blowing dust into people’s eyes a huge drop in crime, because and causing mayhem. A slight criminals would always have to cool breeze on a hot day is OK, risk acting in broad daylight. Even and maybe wind on the ocean is

Your Views From “Pro: Marijuana studies smoke out confusion” (by Eric Klump, April 6)

They don’t want the truth to come out. They know how Good it is for Everything already. But don’t worry soon we all will know. Like the Good book says, the Truth will be exposed. — informl From “Con: Research marijuana before doing specialized studies” (by Kasey Shores, April 6) Perhaps the Arizona Daily Wildcat would do better to recruit those who commented on this article, since their view on the subject is more developed and logical than the author’s. It seems especially on the topic of marijuana most journalists still have not done their homework. — Todd Baker What a crappy article. Cannabis has been used for thousands of years. There have been heaps of studies done on its safety and efficacy, they just aren’t FDA approved because organizations like the FDA and NIDA only study cannabis as a substance of abuse. There has never been one credible study linking cannabis to any type of cancer. The

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Don’t [UA] students learn how to fact check? How about learning to differentiate between an actual doctor with an MD and an actor dressed in a lab coat? OK, that’s not fair, students should have learned to differentiate between actors and doctors by the sixth grade. Apparently Ms. Shores ditched class that day. If a person doesn’t even know the fundamental facts of an issue, why would anyone pay attention to their opinion? Ms. Shores plainly demonstrates her total ignorance of the facts. Smoking simply is not required in order to gain the benefits of cannabis, whether for medicinal need or just plain enjoyment. Any potential health hazards due to smoking are not the hazards of cannabis, but of smoking. I always recommend that people seriously consider not smoking it. I quit in 2006 and have never looked back. There are just too many other delivery methods which don’t require the person enjoying cannabis or utilizing it for medicinal need to inhale carbon monoxide. The vaporizer is proven safe, less expensive and preferred by the study’s subjects by a margin of 7:1 in peer-reviewed research published in 2007. No carbon monoxide or other nasty byproducts of smoking are produced when the vaporizer is set at the optimal temperature. In addition to the vaporizer, there is oromucosal delivery via tincture or gel strip, infused edibles/liquids, topical salves, eye drops or suppositories. — Duncan20903

cannabinoids in cannabis have an antitumor effect. They cut off the blood supply of metastasizing cancer cells, they cause cancer cells to commit programmed cell death (apoptosis) all while protecting the healthy surrounding cells, and prevent cancer from spreading to other organs. Studies have actually shown that smoking cannabis reduces the chances of getting certain types of cancers. — Captain Jim Kasey, please do some real research before writing your next article! 1) Tobacco is cancer causing largely because it delivers specific carcinogens such as NNK and NNAL that are not present in cannabis. Not all “tar” is created equal, and tobacco has some of the most carcinogenic types of tar known to science, whereas cannabis does not. … 2) Cannabis (marijuana) use is associated with a DECREASE in several types of cancer … potentially even providing a protective effect against tobacco and alcohol-related cancer development. — malcolmkyle

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more importantly, vampires and werewolves would no longer be among our nation’s most vexing problems. I know some science nerds out there are going to bring up that whole “rotation of the Earth” argument, but that’s just a sorry excuse. The Earth is busy revolving around the sun already. Simultaneously rotating 360 degrees every 24 hours is so over the top. It’s like doing jumping jacks on your morning jog; it’s just too much. Listen, Earth, you’re trying too hard to impress us. Stop spinning, relax and just be yourself. Please write your member of Congress so our government can start taking care of these issues. I’m sure animal poop, stinky oceans, water scarcity, earthquakes and nighttime are problems we can easily fix with absolutely no downsides. Then nature will be more awesome then ever, because it will be designed based on what’s obviously most important: our own convenience.

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unusual artifacts. From arcade machines sponsored by the CIA to a game controller with nearly fifty buttons, Ruggill and McAllister will traverse the perverse of gaming’s halfcentury history and put some of it in context, leaving the rest for garbologists to sort out.

Writing Skills Improvement Program—Upper Division Writing Workshop College of Law, Room 168. 4-5pm. This “Review of Punctuation” workshop will provide an overview of common problems with English punctuation and how to remedy them. Arizona Baseball @ Arizona State 6:30pm. Find Live Stream and Live Audio on the Arizona Baseball page.

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Brain Matters in Neurology Lecture—‘Stroke’ 3800 E. River Rd. 9-11am. The University of Arizona Department of Neurology, College of Medicine and Pima Council on Aging continue their partnership with the second annual “Brain Matters in Neurology” monthly lecture series. Moroccan Art Exhibit “People and Places of Morocco.” 10AM-6PM. Alliance Française of Tucson. 2130 N. Alvernon Way. Moroccan art will be displayed at the Alliance Française of Tucson as part of their April in Morocco event. This exhibit will run through April 10th. SkyNights Stargazing Program Mt. Lemmon Sky Center, 4-9pm. Explore the universe like never before with the largest dedicated public viewing telescope in the Southwest. Observe spectacular planets, galaxies and nebulae along with incredible sunsets at the

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CASINO DEL SOL’S SEWAILO Golf Club hosted the Arizona Intercollegiate golf tournament from Jan. 27-28. Both Arizona golf teams moved to Sewailo this academic year and now are able to set their own practice schedules. The Sewailo course was designed by Notah Begay III.


chipping area, putting area and driving area. Every part of their game they want to work on in a All athletes on the UA campus practice setting, they can go over understand the struggles of and use any time they want.” balancing their practice schedules Notah Begay III, Native with their class schedules. American former PGA tour golfer But the men’s and women’s golf and current Golf Channel analyst, teams now have an easier time of designed Sewailo Golf Club. doing that — and at a world-class “Anytime you can just go out, facility. show up and have a driving range In December 2013, the Sewailo and putting facility waiting for Golf Club opened to the public and you, it’s a huge advantage,” said became the home of the sophomore Kolton Arizona golf teams. Lapa of the men’s We are so lucky to be out at Sewailo. Sewailo Golf Club is team. located at the Casino Both the men’s — Derek Radley, Del Sol, on Valencia and women’s assistant Arizona women’s golf coach Road, and features teams have seen separate training areas results in their for the teams to work on One of the benefits of having play since Sewailo Golf Club was every aspect of their game. their own facility means the players opened. The men’s team has not The Wildcats’ previous home, can go on their own at any time and finished lower than seventh place Arizona National Golf Club, is practice what they want, when they and has four top-five finishes. The about 27 minutes from the UA, need to. women have not finished lower while Sewailo is around 22 minutes. “Over on the practice facility than sixth place and have three “It is well worth the drive area, which we call the ‘Wildcat top-five finishes. because we have such a great Academy,’ they have free reign Beyond the immediate results facility to practice at,” said UA over there,” Anderson said. “It is a that the new home has helped men’s golf head coach Jim private facility and there is a range, produce for the teams, the future The Daily Wildcat

Anderson. “Our home course is one of the very best in the Southwest.” Assistant women’s golf coach Derek Radley said the facilities at Sewailo are phenomenal. “We are so lucky to be out at Sewailo,” Radley said. “The 15 acres that we have just for the men’s and women’s teams, to be able to run private practices on it — I can’t tell you the progress that I’ve seen in our girls.”


benefits it could produce for recruiting could be even bigger. “Golf programs across the country are really bulking up on the facilities they provide their athletes,” Anderson said. “I think it is evidence that the University of Arizona and its athletic departments are behind our team. For us to have a golf course that’s going to host the U.S. Open local qualifier next May … to have that as a home is certainly an attractive sell to prospective student athletes.” Junior Alex McMahon, a member of the men’s team, said facilities are one of the main things recruits consider picking a school. “When you come on your recruiting trip as a high school kid, that’s one of the main things you look at,” McMahon said. “How good are the facilities? Because you’re going to spend four, five, six hours a day at these places, so you want to be at nice spots.” — Follow Fernando Galvan @fgalvan35


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1. No. 20 Washington (22-6-1, 10-2 Pac-12 Conference)

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Arizona women’s tennis entered the top 25 on Tuesday. The No. 25 Wildcats are 13-0 at home. This is Arizona’s first top 25 ranking since 2012 when the Wildcats made it to the second round of the NCAA tournament and lost to North Carolina 4-2.

The Huskies kept the ball rolling over the weekend with a conference series win on the road against a very tough Oregon team. UW jumped up four spots in the NCBWA poll and will face some lighter competition this week in Seattle against Stanford.

2. No. 5 Oregon State (25-6, 9-3)


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ARIZONA FRESHMAN pitcher Morgan Earman pitches during Arizona’s 11-0 loss against Oregon State on March 30 at Hi Corbett Field. Earman is projected to start Arizona’s baseball game at ASU today at 6:30 p.m. at Packard Stadium in Tempe, Ariz.

Arizona visits ASU’s stadium for last time BY JOEY PUTRELO The Daily Wildcat

Following its first conference series victory of 2014, Arizona baseball is ready to take another crack at its rival up north. Tonight in Tempe, Ariz., the Wildcats (14-19, 4-8 Pac-12) will face ASU (17-12, 7-5) at Packard Stadium for the last time ever. Next year the Sun Devils will play at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. The Oakland Athletics recently wrapped up their final spring training days at Phoenix Municipal Stadium. It will be the second nonconference game of the season between these clubs.

The first pitch will be fired at 6:30 p.m. and the game will be streamed live on pac-12. com. The winner of the fivegame series will capture this year’s Territorial Cup point for baseball. Over the past weekend, Arizona hit the road and gave Utah (10-19, 1-11) its first Pac-12 win on Friday. But the Wildcats rebounded with a pair of wins the next two days behind a strong effort on the mound. It was the first time the Wildcats had won two straight games since they won a trio of consecutive games from March 11-14 versus Air Force and Washington State.

The Sun Devils are coming off of a home series win over USC, where all three contests were decided by a couple runs or less. Last season, Arizona had a 3-2 record against ASU. Back on March 26, the Wildcats initially led the Sun Devils 6-1, only to watch their lead vanish in the middle innings. A complete Arizona pitching meltdown led to 13 unanswered runs scored by the Sun Devils, including a 10-run bottom of the sixth. Arizona hasn’t had a consistent midweek pitcher all season long, but head coach


The Beavers have won five in a row, culminating in their home sweep over Stanford, and are starting to heat up. They don’t have any midweek games and should be able to win the upcoming weekend series against Washington State, even though it’s on the road.

3. No. 12 Oregon (22-10, 7-5)

Oregon dropped three spots in the NCBWA poll after losing two out of three on the road against Washington. But the Ducks snapped the Huskies’ 10game win streak with a seven-run win on Friday, so credit where credit is due.

4. ASU (17-12, 7-5)

The Sun Devils impressed over the weekend, winning a conference series against USC at Packard Stadium. If ASU beats Arizona today and takes at least two out of three versus California, it could break into the top 25 of the NCBWA.

5. No. 22 UCLA (18-12, 6-3)

It was another week of .500 caliber baseball for UCLA, and it fell out of the NCBWA’s top 20 because of it. Losing a series to Long Beach State (15-15) over the weekend didn’t help its case. The Bruins look like they have a national championship hangover.


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March 29 — the same day Arizona lost to Wisconsin in the Elite Eight. Current Wildcat Brandon Ashley also attended Bishop O’Dowd for three years before transferring to Findlay Prep high school in Henderson, Nev., for his senior year. With so much time left until the Wildcats’ season opener, it’s hard to determine where Stanley Johnson will fit in the Wildcats’ roster for next year. That being said, he is sure to make an impact on next season’s team, whether it’s as a starter or coming off of the bench.


Arizona club volleyball teams finish 16th, 3rd, 9th and 5th at nationals

If only Aaron Gordon leaves If current Wildcat freshman COURTESY OF HESTEN QUAN/ MAXPREPS.COM Aaron Gordon is the only Wildcat FUTURE WILDCAT Stanley Johnson was to forgo the reminder of his named MaxPreps 2013-2014 National Player of eligibility, he will leave the starting Year. The small forward/shooting guard is one of four high school players of the class of 2014 small forward position open. The two most likely to compete who have signed with Arizona. for that position are Stanley Johnson and current Wildcat nicely into the Wildcats’ plans of Rondae Hollis-Jefferson. attack. As of right now, Hollis-Jefferson According to Stanley Johnson’s might have the edge on Johnson scouting report, he may struggle because of his experience and at the two-guard position if he familiarity. However, Stanley is defending a quicker guard Johnson is a similar who moves athlete and has a well laterally. Even if Gordon relentless physical If Stanley playing style and Nick Johnson is similar to Hollisunable to Johnson leave, Jefferson’s. Where defend, he Arizona will Stanley Johnson won’t play. be an early might separate favorite to at himself from HollisWay-too-early Jefferson, though, is least return to prediction in his jump shot. Most likely, the Elite Eight. Stanley Johnson’s Gordon will scouting report says be the only he’s developed a Wildcat to nice touch; if he can leave, and Stanley Johnson will continue to be a good shooter in start next season on the bench college, he might work his way into but will earn valuable minutes of the starting rotation. playing time. His tenacity, combined with his If only Nick Johnson leaves ball skills, size and dominance in Nick Johnson’s decision to the transition, make him an ideal forgo his senior year of college is a Arizona basketball player. Even if little more difficult. But if only he Gordon and Nick Johnson leave, decides to leave, Stanley Johnson Arizona will be an early favorite to probably won’t start at the at least return to the Elite Eight. shooting guard position, at least to begin the season, but he could find Stanley Johnson comparisons a way into a rotation that features Thaddeus Young, Ron Artest, him at the shooting guard position. Josh Smith As of right now, Gabe York or Elliott Pitts would be the likely picks to replace Nick Johnson — Follow Luke Della if he left. But Stanley Johnson’s @LukeDella dominance in the transition fits


THE ARIZONA WOMEN’S CLUB volleyball “B” team finished third at the NCVF Collegiate Club Volleyball Championships in Reno, Nev. Sophomore middle blocker Susanna Lluria was named first-team All-Tournament team. Sophomore setter Kayla Darris and freshman outside hitter Morgan Sinibaldi were honorable mentions.


The No. 1-ranked Arizona women’s club volleyball’s “A” team finished 16th in Division I at the NCVF Collegiate Club Volleyball Championships in Reno, Nev. The Wildcats were ranked No. 1 coming off of tournament wins at the Las Vegas Open and the Texas Invitational. Club president Jenny Waranauskas said the Wildcats were shocked by the result. “We have a really strong core and work well together,” said Waranauskas, a junior outside hitter. “We relied on each other during the game, but we didn’t finish as strongly as we would have liked.” Arizona went undefeated the first two days of the tournament. On Thursday, the “A” team beat Purdue in two sets, 25-13 and 25-23. Then on Friday, it beat Michigan in two sets, 25-12 and 25-17. On the last day of the tournament, the Wildcats lost in the first round to Santa Clara in three sets, 21-25, 25-18 and 15-10. Junior Dustee Faxon was an honorable mention for the All-Tournament team from the “A” team. Arizona’s “B” team went undefeated the first two days of the national tournament. The “B” Wildcats lost in the semifinals to Marquette and placed third. Senior libero Lauren Weinberg said she was disappointed with the semifinals loss but was proud of how the team performed. “This loss to Marquette gives us inspiration to work hard, since we are always so close to winning,” Weinberg said. This is the second year in a row Arizona’s “B” team lost in the semifinals to Marquette University.

For the “B” team, sophomore middle blocker Susanna Lluria was first-team All-Tournament team, and sophomore setter Kayla Darris and freshman outside hitter Morgan Sinibaldi were honorable mentions. For Weinberg, it was a bittersweet way to end her volleyball career as an undergraduate student. “Volleyball means so much more than just playing on the court,” Weinberg said. “You have to be selfless and work as a team and appreciate each other.” Waranauskas said the Wildcats improved this semester after missing some players in the fall. “We all had really great chemistry this semester,” Waranauskas said. “We were able to trust everyone, and it was nice to have everyone back.”

Men finish ninth, fifth

Arizona men’s volleyball’s “A” team finished ninth place at Nationals in Division I in Reno, Nev. The Wildcats went 4-3, losing their final match to Wisconsin Oshkosh, the eventual Division I national champion. Junior outside hitter Luis Del Valle was honorable mention for the All-Tournament team. The UA’s “B” finished fifth place, losing to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in the semifinals. For the “B” team, sophomore middle blocker Ryan Bergsma was on the first team for the All-Tournament team.


Andy Lopez is going with freshman righty Morgan Earman (2-1). In his last start, Earman was lights out in a 14-2 win over Air Force on March 11. He surrendered both runs of the game, but only one was earned. Earman also lasted eight innings and struck out five batters

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if it wants to recover from its loss to Pepperdine on Tuesday.


6. Washington State (15-13, 6-3)


JUNIOR CATCHER Riley Moore attempts to tag Oregon State freshman infielder Caleb Hamilton at home plate during Arizona’s 11-0 loss against Oregon State on March 30 at Hi Corbett Field. The Wildcats are near the bottom of the Pac-12 power rankings, while the Beavers are near the top.

while giving up just four hits. Control was his biggest issue, as Earman issued five walks that night. Because he was pitching well, Lopez allowed Earman to throw a total of 124 pitches against Air Force. Against stronger competition, he may have a shorter leash from his head coach. Rookie right-hander Seth Martinez (2-0) got the ball against the


8. Stanford (10-14, 3-6)

Currently on a six-game win streak, this team is starting to show some life. WSU just broke out the brooms against Cal, but has a tough weekend ahead when big, bad Oregon State comes to town.

It’s starting to look bleak for Stanford now that it’s dropped four in a row. On a positive note, all three losses to Oregon State last weekend were highly competitive; the largest margin of victory for the Beavers was three runs.

7. USC (15-15, 4-8)

9. Cal (14-15, 3-3)

The Trojans have lost six of their last 10 games, and the season is slowly slipping away from them. This weekend, USC must sweep Utah if it hopes to make the playoffs, especially

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Cal should not have been swept by Washington State, and it knows that. This is not a playoff team.

11. Utah (10-19, 1-11)

The Utes got the monkey off their back by finally picking up a Pac-12 win against Arizona last Friday. Alas, they’re playing the season out for pride at this point. — Follow Joey Putrelo @ JoeyPutrelo


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Well, somebody had to give Utah its first Pac-12 win, and Arizona was that somebody. The Wildcats picked up a little momentum, though, by winning the next two games against the Utes, giving the UA its first conference series win of 2014.

10. Arizona (14-19, 4-8)

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Video game history on display said that the video games they receive from foreign countries help to communicate the cultural If you’re ever in dire need of climate of the place where they Pokémon-themed fish sausage, originated. Many items in the archive the Learning Games Initiative Research Archive has you are the personal creations of obsessed gamers. A “Pong” covered. Peculiar items such as these machine built into an Altoids can will be displayed at a free show- and other unique homemade and-tell event today at 6 p.m. game consoles fill up a special at Playground Bar and Lounge section of the archive. The archive is tucked away in downtown. The video game archive was the Transitional Office Building on the far east side founded on the UA of campus. Since campus in 1999 its launch 15 years by Ken McAllister, [Game studies] ago, the Learning a professor in is a set of Games Initiative the UA English cultures and has expanded to department, and industries include multiple Judd Ruggill. that have had branch archives Their collection in states such as has more than global impacts. Utah, Wyoming 20,000 different and Alabama. games and more — Ken McAllister, McAllister said than 250,000 items Learning Games that the archive total. Initiative Research receives multiple They have Archive founder requests from everything a researchers in gamer could ever desire, from “Donkey Kong” the growing game studies field. Jungle Juice to Xbox boxer shorts. Scholars come seeking items that “We get things in all kinds of can be analyzed for their cultural ways,” McAllister said. When representations of race, gender not rummaging through nearby and class. “[Game studies] is a set of garage sales and thrift stores, McAllister said that they also cultures and industries that have add to their collection through had global impacts,” McAllister generous donations from all over said. According to a 2011 report the world. Japan and Turkey are just a few from the Entertainment Software of the countries the products in Association, 72 percent of the archive come from. McAllister Americans regularly play video/ BY kevin reagan The Daily Wildcat

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On the UA campus, there is a video game archive room in the Transitional Office Building, which houses now-and-then consumer games. The Atari 5200 is a video game console Atari, Inc., introduced in 1982 that serves as a complement to the Atari 2600 video game console.

computer games, an increase of 5 percent from the previous year. “Video games are becoming more pervasive,” said Heather Wodrich, the community engagement coordinator for the UA Confluencenter for Creative Inquiry. “They’re finding their

way in to every aspect of our culture.” The Confluencenter plans to make this event a monthly series for the UA community. Wodrich said that the center’s mission is to share information with all departments of the university,

and she hopes tonight’s event will showcase the uniqueness of the archive.

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King of surf guitar talks ‘Pulp Fiction,’ road trips BY Parisa Eshrati

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The legendary “King of the Surf Guitar” Dick Dale will be at Hotel Congress this Saturday to play an allages show. This isn’t Dale’s first time in Tucson. The musician and his wife have a special love for the city. We got the chance to talk to him about his music career, being in “Pulp Fiction” and roadtripping through Arizona with his wife.

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guitarist Dick Dale stands on the rail of his yacht in Newport Beach, Calif., strumming his self-designed acoustic guitar. Dale will play an all-ages show at Hotel Congress on Saturday.

KAMP: When you first started playing music in 1955, you had a radio show in Santa Ana called “Dick Dale and the Rhythm Wranglers.” Since we are calling from a college radio station, I’m curious to hear a little more about your time on the radio and how radio has had an impact on your career overall. Dale: What really got me back on tour, since I had been doing this since ’55 and got the records moving again, was getting phone calls from the colleges and College Music Journal charts. The first one came from Canada, then Florida, and so on. And so I was on the top of the CMJ charts and they put all of my songs on the college playlists. I would drive to colleges and sit with

them and talk with them on their I know you come through Tucson shows. It was the CMJ that revived my quite frequently. What brings you back here on each of your tours? career. That was the beginning again. I used to fly my plane into Tucson The FCC even did an investigation on some of these stations because they often, and I love the area. It was also so thought I owned them and told them nice for me what they did at the Musical to play all my songs. It’s grassroots Instrument Museum in Phoenix. Arizona has so much people, the 5,000 watt history to it, and we stations … These are It was the CMJ love going through the people that mean that revived every time I finish so much to me. I’m my tour. We love more known all over my career. the formation in the the world now that That was the rocks and the whole I was when I first beginning thing in a nutshell. started. again. It’s a heartwarming Then before — Dick Dale, thing, going through you know it, I was surf guitarist the country. … Lana asked to be in “Pulp and I both love the Fiction” and asked to be in commercials from around the same thing. We’ll play Patsy Cline songs world. When Quentin Tarantino and all the way from Virginia to California, I got together, he told me that he had or Vince Gill’s song “Look At Us,” but the been listening to my music for years. band members fly home, because they He wanted to create a masterpiece can’t stand listening to the same songs of a movie, and he said he wanted to all the time. But Lana and I are so much compliment what he thought was my the same, and we love it. Check out the full interview on masterpiece, “Misirlou.” I said, “Yeah, go for it!” He’s a rebel of a guy, and I’ve been a rebel in the music system. I always tell the kids not to sign to labels, — Follow Parisa Eshrati and I always get in trouble for that. @kampalt

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