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Rare Student Property With a

“No Party” Policy
Of all the selling points to publicize, one student property
advertises a “quiet environment” and a “No Party” Policy.
If you research in the game room, use the swimming and whirlpools, or study
the student together in Sahara’s study room with free use of the Internet
housing market in connected terminals.
Tucson, AZ you
“Safety is the number one thing parents are concerned about when
their child moves away from home,” says Ted Mehr. “The concept
properties are very similar with only slight differences. Of course,
of Sahara was born out of my concern for my own daughter’s safety
each has its own advantages and disadvantages. Some properties
as she was preparing for college. I wanted her to be in a safe and
include all utilities in the rent. Some do not. Some are luxurious
comfortable living environment no matter where she lived. I simply
(one even has a real mini movie theater). Some are miles away.
asked myself, what kind of place would I want my daughter to
Some are just steps away from the campus. Some rent to students
live in for the times I could not be there to watch over her? Sahara
only. Some will rent to anyone. Some are for students on a budget
Apartments was my answer to that question.”
and offer no amenities. And some are similar to resorts in the range
of amenities they offer…you get the idea. But Sahara Apartments The concern for safety and security is evident as you approach the
stands alone by advertising a “No Party” Policy. entry gate, or when you step into the
Sahara Apartments, located less than one mile west of the UofA
campus on N. Stone Avenue, has had a “No Party” Policy in place
safety and security measures that are
unmatched by any building in Tucson.
parties, no accidents, no drunken or drug-related injuries, and no Red
The gated property includes an
Tags given by the police. Red Tags are given to properties when the
electronic key system with retrievable
police are called for disturbances or illegal activity. Yes, not a single
history of every entry into each
apartment and through each gate. The
“Yes, some people view our ‘No Party’ Policy as a negative and property is equipped with 80 security
frankly, some students choose not to live here because of the policy,” cameras that monitor all public areas
says Ted Mehr, owner and developer of Sahara Apartments. “ We on a 24/7 basis. There is even a network of infrared beams over the
look at Sahara Apartments as a sanctuary for students where they perimeter walls that sound an alarm and calls the owner on his cell
can feel safe, secure and free from the usual commotion that goes phone if the perimeter walls are breached…regardless of the time
on in most student oriented apartment buildings. The kinds of of day or night. “If someone breaches the security of the building,
things that can disturb a student’s sleep or study time. As a student- ,ZDQWWREHWKH¿UVWRQHWRNQRZ,I,ZDQWHGLWIRUP\GDXJKWHU,
only property, we do not consider ourselves to be in the nightclub am sure you would want it for yours. It may be considered overly
business, or the bar and entertainment business. There are plenty protective, but I would prefer to wake up and investigate in the
of choices for those activities all around Tucson. We are a student’s PLGGOHRIWKHQLJKWWKDQWR¿QGRXWLQWKHPRUQLQJWKDWVRPHWKLQJ
home away from home.” happened that could have been prevented,” admits Ted Mehr.
Sahara Apartments sponsors social events on a monthly basis. What else needs to be said about Sahara Apartments? They have
These social activities are held both on and offsite. When they are a good long list of modern amenities that the students want, such
offsite, Sahara’s shuttle provides free transportation to the events and as ALL utilities included in the rent, VERY high-speed Internet,
brings the residents back. Residents can have their friends over and kitchens and private bathrooms in each apartment, FREE shuttle
socialize with them in the student lounge, entertain them service to and from campus, FREE bicycles for use as long as you
are a resident, lower prices than the on-campus residence halls and
comparable off campus student apartments, and you might have
guessed…Sahara Apartments is the one property with the mini-
movie theater. Check out Sahara’s Website for all the
information about this unique student property at www. or stop in and take a tour. The
friendly staff at Sahara Apartments would be happy to
show you around.
Sahara Apartments
909 N. Stone Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
Ted Mehr, Owner
The University of Arizona Spring 2011 1
Thank You
Table 2011 Summer
Parents Plus
of New Students
and parents are
invited to join us!
Recognition of
our 2010-2011

Contents page 14 Parents Plus

page 19
& Family
Spring Update
page 5 New Student Dean of Students
Orientation Encourages Students
It’s for parents to Take Action
too! page 14 ‘Be A Friend.
Do Something.”
Two New campaign
Residence and website
takes on
Halls Focus tough topics.
on Community page 21
and Sustainability Math Placement
A preview of Arbol de la Vida for Incoming
and Likins Hall. page 7
Students UA By the Numbers page 23
Students need to
complete test prior
Eller College to Orientation.
page 15 Student Group
New Dean Raises Thousands
Introducing Dr. for Brain Tumor
Leonard Jessup Research
who shares tips Save the Date: Family Meet Shannon Timms
for success. Weekend 2011 and Lindsey Erlick—
page 11 September 23-25, 2011 students making a
page 16 difference. page 29

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to the UA Wildcat Family!
Parents Hello Wildcat Parents & Families,

& Family Welcome to our ninth issue of Parents & Family Magazine! You’re receiving
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Magazine have made a generous donation to support the goals of the UA Parents & Family
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Issue 9 are also receiving this issue as a complimentary welcome to the Wildcat Family!
The University of Arizona Parents The tragic events of the January 8th shooting had an impact on both the UA
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Kathy Adams Riester swing. Let’s remember to cheer on all our Cats! One of my favorite parts of the
Assistant Dean
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Director, UA Parents get to meet and talk to parents face to face. It is always exciting to welcome new
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Director, UA Parents & Family
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h planning this event so please let us
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We will have our Spring Committee by Michelle Capin is gearing up to
(In State Recruiting) and Alan and
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Janet Stein (Out of State Recruiting)
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recruit new Wildcats. Many of our
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Two new residence halls focus
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and sustainability
By Pamela Obando, Associate Director,
Residence Life

More than 1,000 students will be

welcomed to two vibrant new residence
halls in August 2011. The halls will focus
on community building, collaborative
learning and sustainable living. Artful
design elements and smart sustainability
are featured throughout Arbol de la Vida
and Likins Hall.

Smart sustainability for 21st

century living
Both halls seek top LEED certification
for sustainability and will educate students
through daily hands-on experiences in
sustainable living. Student rooms feature
“Smart” thermostats that recognize when
the room is unoccupied and reduce en- bathrooms feature low-flow showerheads, Arbol de la Vida, A Global
ergy consumption while multiple “green” faucets and dual-flush toilets. Computer-
outlets in each room shut off power when designed awnings on the south sides of Honors Community
the room is unoccupied. Large windows the buildings allow for optimal sunlight Home to 719 honors students, Arbol
open for ventilation and feature dual in winter and block it in summer. Passive de la Vida (Tree of Life) is comprised of
window shades that allow for filtered light water harvesting, storm water mitigation five interconnected halls that ascend four
or complete darkness. Roof-mounted solar and drought-tolerant plants are used for to six stories. The bold, urban architec-
panels will provide approximately 75% of landscaping. Finally, close to 80% of the ture anchors the southwest corner of
the hot water at both halls. Community building materials are recycled materials. campus. Walkways and bridges connect
the halls at different levels while on
the inside, wide meandering corridors
feature student rooms, study rooms and
culminate at comfortable gathering
places. A spectacular two-story study
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light throughout the buildings. At the
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of poetry. On the southwest corner, a
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Continued on page 9

Top: Arbol de la Vida has south facing

windows which feature awnings
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Photo by Pam Obando

Left: The southwest corner of Likins Hall

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Photo by Diane Schaller
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Eller College of Management

Welcomes New Dean
By Liz Warren-Pederson nesses. That entrepreneurial tradition has head the Department of MIS at WSU. Dur-
continued in me, and although I chose a ing more than a decade at WSU, he served
Business students and faculty will wel- career in higher education, much of my re- in a variety of leadership roles, includ-
come a new dean in May – University of search in information systems has focused ing dean of the College of Business, vice
Arizona and Eller College alumnus Leon- on technological innovations and how we president of university development, and
ard Jessup was named dean in January deal with them.” president of the WSU Foundation.
following a nationwide search headed by After completing his undergradu- “I have devoted my professional life to
a committee of university leaders, faculty, ate and MBA degrees at California State higher education,” he said. “I am passion-
alumni, and students. University Chico, Jessup earned his Ph.D. ate about the Eller College and I will be a
Jessup is currently chair of the Depart- at the UA. In 2000, he was recruited from tireless, passionate advocate for Eller and
ment of Entrepreneurship and Informa- a tenured faculty position at the Kelley the UA and for the ways the institution can
tion Systems and director of the Center School of Business at Indiana University to change people’s lives, just as it did mine.”
for Entrepreneurial Studies at Washington
State University (WSU). He completed his
doctoral studies at the UA in management
and organizational behavior and MIS.
“My time at the UA as a student in the
Succeeding at Business School
First of all, congratulations on hav-
late 1980s was transformational for me
and changed the trajectory of my life, both ing your student start off on the path
professionally and personally, in ways that to Eller! They have chosen wisely and
are profound and still paying off,” Jessup will have great opportunities to excel
said. “I will forever be indebted to the in business as a result of studying with
institution and people who helped shape us. Within Eller students can choose
my life. I am excited about the prospect of among many exciting, nationally-
coming back and giving back to the place ranked areas of study, including ac-
and the people who gave me so much.” counting, economics, management, en-
Jessup grew up in the San Francisco Bay trepreneurship, finance, management
area, the son of Italian immigrants on both information systems, and marketing.
sides of the family. “My family is a long line As parents, you can help your students
of small businessmen and women dating investigate these options and follow
all the way back to our origins in ‘the old their passions.
country,’” he said. “The conversations and I always advise new business
Dr. Leonard Jessup
stories around our dinner table constantly Photo courtesy Washington State University Continued on page 13
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at Business
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students to talk with advisors, meet
with faculty in their areas of interest,
talk with students majoring in these
areas, sit in on meetings of student
organizations, and talk with family
and friends working in their field
of interest. It’s never too early to be
thinking about an internship. These
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choose a major wisely, but it also
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The Dean’s
Student Checklist
for Success
▷ Complete at least one intern-
ship – it will help you land a
good job.
▷ Be active in student organiza-
tions in your area of interest so
that you can begin to build your
network and show that you are
passionate about your career
▷ Study abroad if you can, and
if you cannot, then at least get
involved in some kind of inter-
national project on campus or
take an additional semester of a
foreign language, so that you can
prepare yourself to be a global
business leader.
▷ Participate in one of the
signature, extracurricular
activities at Eller that help you
apply and integrate everything
you’ve learned, such as the Eller
Board of Honor and Integrity that
organizes the Ethics Case Com-
petition, the Eller Ambassadors,
or the McGuire Entrepreneurship
The UA Alumni Association and
Parents & Family Association present

2011 Summer Sendoffs

By Jill Hall held in Phoenix. Incoming
Vice President for the UA freshmen get the chance to
Alumni Association meet other incoming stu-
dents attending the univer-
For more than 10 sity from their area and ask
years, the University of current students, staff, and
Arizona Alumni Associa- alumni questions about life
tion and the Parents & at the UA. Parents also con-
Family Association have nect with alumni and staff
partnered to celebrate members for questions and
the UA’s incoming fresh- answers. In 2010, more than
man class by hosting 20 national alumni chap-
summer sendoff celebra- ters and UA parents hosted
tions across the country. summer sendoff events. A
National alumni chapters comprehensive lineup also is
and current UA parents Incoming UA Freshman from the Orange County area gather for this scheduled for 2011.
host sendoffs to welcome group photo at last year’s summer sendoff. For more information
incoming UA students. about 2011 summer sendoffs
The send offs also have the mission of ents and family members about campus or to find out about what is happening in
educating students about the transition to resources including the Parents & Family your area, please visit the UA Alumni Asso-
college and help to create the feeling that Association and the Alumni Association. ciation website at http://alumni.arizona.
these students are a part of the Wildcat Hosted by alumni, friends and parents edu/events/summer_sendoffs or the UA
Family, and now, Wildcats for Life! These of the UA, summer sendoffs begin in early Parents & Family Association website at
events also are a chance to educate par- July with one of the largest sendoffs being

New Student Orientation

It’s for Parents Too! By Rachel Beech
Director, New Student Services
& Student Transitions

Welcome to the Wildcat family! The

next few months will be very busy plan-
ning with your student their upcoming
transition to the University of Arizona,
and key to that process is New Student
New Student Orientation is the time in
which your son or daughter will get their
first chance to connect with the UA com-
munity as a student. They will meet with
their academic advisor, talk with current
students, check in with campus resources,
and walk away ready for the first day of
Continued on page 17
NEW WILDCATS The University of Arizona Spring 2011 15

Math Placement for

Incoming Students
By Tina Schuster Moore
Math Placement Coordinator
From your
Math placement is an important part of
student success at UA. The overall purpose neighborhood...
of our placement process is to determine,
based on a student’s background and
current demonstrated ability, which Math
course may be appropriate. Although
placement into a course does not guarantee
a passing grade, our experience has shown
us that the Math Placement Test may be the
clearest indicator of success in our courses.
Important information about the UA
Math Placement Test is available through
the Online Academic Tour in the Next Steps
Center ( and on the
Math Placement Website at math.arizona.
edu/placement/mpt . Incoming students
access the test through the Next Steps
Center. Current students test through the through the Math Placement Website. ours
UA Testing Office. Many students tell us that they would
All incoming freshman students who have done better if they had a chance to
plan on taking a UA math course are asked review. They do have a chance to review,
to take the UA Math Placement Test but many don’t do it and end up having
Students with AP, dual enrollment, or to pay for a retest.
other college level math credits will need to ▷ Complete the test at least one week
see a math advisor at orientation and bring prior to your orientation or registration
an unofficial transcript if possible. date, if possible.
How can you help? Here are some im- College Math courses are differ-
portant reminders for incoming students: ent from high school courses and it is
▷ Read about the test through the difficult for some students to make the
website and Online Tour. There is transition. More is expected, more mate-
important information that students rial is covered in less time, students have
wish they would have known about, like to seek their own resources for extra help, Parents, give your
what the “I don’t know” button means, and most of the learning is done by the ƐƚƵĚĞŶƚĂůůƚŚĞďĞŶĞĮƚƐ
how to retest, which test to take, etc. student outside of class. It is important of living on campus–
▷ There is no practice test, but stu- for students to think about these differ-
dents can practice. We have test top- ences and create a plan for success in
including convenience,
ics and course review material available college level courses. academic support and
social enrichment within
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16 Parents & Family Magazine NEW WILDCATS
Save the Date
Weekend 2011
Is Coming
Sept. 23-25!
The Associated Students of the
University of Arizona would like to invite
you to save the date for Family Weekend 2011! Family Weekend is your chance to
Open 7 Days On River Road, East of Campbell experience the culture of the University of
Arizona, through the diverse schedule of
(520) 298-9887 activities including our UA Football game,
2404 E. River Road, Suite 251, Tucson, AZ 85718 comedy show, the Wildcat world fair and
much more! Join us and be a part of a

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23-25th. Please visit our website in the
late spring
lyweekend for important updates about
events and registration. Registration will
be available online no later than July 1st.
Call us at 520-621-2782 with questions
about your visit. Things you need to know
to prepare for Family Weekend:
▷ The dates are September 23-25, 2011.
If you want to participate in the 2nd
Experience the Doubletree with the Annual PPA Family Weekend Golf
luxury of a resort and all the comforts Tournament, it will take place on
of home. Enjoy golf, swimming, Thursday, Sept. 22 beginning at noon.
tennis and fine dining in our two ▷ Registration for Family Weekend ac-
award winning restaurants. tivities will be available on our website
Proud Sponsors of Arizona Athletics. weekend
▷ If you are a Parents Plus Member of the
Ask for the University of Arizona rate. Parents & Family Association, you will
log into the PFA website first (www. then click on
the link to register for Family Weekend
to receive a $5 discount off your regis-
▷ Tickets to the game will be available
through our athletics ticket office
520.621.CATS or online at http://www.
445 S Alvernon Way, Tucson AZ 85711 (520) 881-4200
Hotels book quickly so make your
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Continued from page 14
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class. In short, orientation is the time at Near Campus
which your student outlines their path to
becoming a Wildcat for Life.
There are a lot of things to do in order
to be ready for your student’s New Student
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thinking, ‘We need to put a list together
to make sure we don’t miss anything.’
The good news is that UA has you and
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important dates and campus resources,
hear from your student’s academic col-
lege, learn about support resources, like
the Parent & Family Association, and as-
sist your student in completing important
university business.
Registration for the New Student
Orientation parent program is completed
as a part of your student’s orientation
reservation via the Next Steps Center. If
your student has already registered for
their orientation program, and you would
now like to join them, please fill out the
Reservation Change Form – Fall 2011 at
Again, welcome to the Wildcat family.
The UA has many resources for you, and
we hope that you will utilize the parent
program of New Student Orientation to
start getting connected. If you have any
questions with regard to New Student
Orientation or The University of Arizona,
please contact the Next Steps Center at
(520) 621-5293 or at admissions@arizona.
edu. We look forward to seeing you this
summer at orientation!
18 Parents & Family Magazine


Why be a Parents Plus H Does my
Member? Membership
All UA Parents can sign up to
join the UA Parents & Family
information and helpful
resources that you can in turn
Make an
Association online at www. and you
share with your student. Being
a Parents Plus Member gives IImpact?
will receive Paw Prints our you the inside track on the Your Membership helps The
E-Newsletter and urgent parent latest information on what is U
University of Arizona in the fol-
communications. happening on campus and how it lowing ways:
We also know that some might be affecting your student’s
11. Student Support In the
parents want more information.
For those parents and families
life. From freshman year through
Graduation, the UA Parents &
JOIN OR RENEW past five years the Parents &
we have created the Parents Plus Family Association is here to YOUR Family Association has given
Membership which provides support you in your efforts to over $1 million to campus
enhanced communication support your student’s success MEMBERSHIP programs and services that
along with some great benefits! here at UA. ONLINE TODAY AT: directly improve the quality
Parents know that being well Your Parents Plus of UA student life. We give
oriented to campus and having a Membership not only supports where students and parents
working knowledge of resources the programs and services the www.uafamily. tell us it is important. Some
for their student is a key way UA Parents & Family Programs of our support goes to
to help their student become a offers; it also helps support Safe Ride, Career Services,
safe, happy, successful graduate student success by contributing student-faculty interaction,
from UA. Becoming a Parents funding to our Annual Grants
or fill out and send and leadership programs.
Plus Member of the Parents & Program. us the membership 2. Campus Programming
Family Association will give Show your Wildcat Pride – form below The Parents & Family As-
you increased communication, join today! sociation provides volunteer
and financial support to
key campus programs such
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Orientation and student
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and an exclusive bi-weekly
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The University of Arizona Spring 2011 19

Thank You Parents Plus Members!

Parents and family members have a spe- Plus members below* the UA Parents & Family
cial connection to The University of Arizona. Association has been able to continue to support
Together, parents and the faculty and staff of the student life, and academic support services this
UA share the same goal: the success and gradu- year. OUR STUDENTS THANK YOU!
ation of our students. The UA Parents & Family *Great care was taken to ensure the accuracy of this listing as
Association has always used its efforts to help of March 1, 2011, and we would appreciate you sharing with
our student achieve this goal and our Parents us any errors or omissions. Please direct inquiries to Kathy
Plus members are some of our biggest support- Adams Riester, Director of the UA Parents & Family Associa-
tion at 520-621-0884 or
ers. Thanks to the membership of the Parents
Linda Abbit Jim Attwood Steve Bianchini Gary Brewer Rico Castro Barbara Conlogue Scott Grossman Katherine Heinfeld Mary Ellen Bret Keffeler Larry Lackey Martin Locke
Jeff Abbit Cindy Austen Paula S. Bickett John Brewster Robbin Castro James Conlogue Rebecca Grossman Brian Hellmann Jakubowski Elizabeth Keith Doreen Lackey Helen Locke
Scott Abelson Keith Avery Linda Biddle Jessica Brewster Paul Castrovinci DeVon Connors Robin Grove Jill Hellmann Gene Jakubowski M. Gordon Keith Richard Lafleur Janet Locklar
Jodi K. Abelson
Doug Abercrombie
Kim Avery
Martin Avila
Steve Biddle
Janice Biel
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Monique Bricca
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Carol M. Cooper
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Mark Laidlaw
Jeff Locklar
Ginger Logan
Susan Abercrombie
Elizabeth Ackley
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Chaim Avraham
David Biermann
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Patricia Briggs
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Steven Corben
Ron Cordes membership today! David Gruber
Bob Grusenmeyer
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Mike James
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Fran Kelly
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John Logan
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DOS encourages students to take action

‘Be A Friend. Do
Something.’ campaign
and website takes on
tough topics
By Liz Kelley

Moving away from home, meeting new

people and discovering new interests are
all exciting aspects of college life. However,
in the midst of rigorous course schedules,
residence life, extra-curricular activities,
and busy social schedules students may
fail to recognize how much their closest
friends might be struggling.
In January of this year, the Dean of
Students Office and SafeCats launched “Be
A Friend. Do Something,” a website and stop shop for no-nonsense advice on top- behaviors,” Washington White said. “‘Be A
campaign that puts the onus on students ics like alcoholism, depression and suicidal Friend. Do Something.’ empowers students
to be the friend who behavior, unhealthy eating habits, hazing, with relevant campus resources to help
takes action on behalf sexual consent and threatening behavior. their friends.”
of those in trouble and Most important, it was designed in a way Jason Casares, assistant dean of stu-
see to it that they are that appeals to the undergraduate student dents and campus safety coordinator, led
aware of the resources population. the team behind the project.
available to help them Kendal Washington White, associate “The goal was simply to create some-
be successful at the dean of students, took notice of this in- thing that was innovative and related to
University of Arizona. novative approach. students in their language,” he said. “The
The website (www. “The edgy and provocative photos, images are real. The situations are real. creative use of language, and realistic The words are real. These are the situa-
will be accompanied by an advertising scenarios presented by the ‘Be A Friend. tions students experience every day. The
campaign consisting of posters, door tags Do Something.’ campaign and website is UA continues to be a safe place and we
and fliers to be distributed throughout an effective way to communicate what challenge students to take notice and help
campus. friendship means when our friends are their friends.”
“Be A Friend. Do Something.” is a one- experiencing a variety of concerning Though the spring 2011 semester
featured a soft launch, next fall will come
with a major push of “Be A Friend.”
“The students shared information and
knowledge gaps in a UA Safety Survey and
we responded,” Casares said. “We hope
to empower students with the ability to
respond in appropriate ways.”
In the coming months, the Dean of
Students Office is also looking to revamp
its alcohol and drug information website
in a style similar to that of “Be A Friend. Do
“We continue to improve in how we
communicate with students about issues
related to safety on and off campus,” Casa-
res added. “SafeCats will push boundaries
and continue to create additional opportu-
nities for students to get good information
related to campus safety so every student
can make well-informed decisions.”
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100,000 The number of people

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Student Group Raises Thousands

for Brain Tumor Research
By University Communications The student organization will provide
“My freshman year I was not funding to researchers at the Steele Center,
A University of Arizona student orga- sure what exactly I wanted which is part of the Diamond Children’s
nization has raised more than $23,000 to
support brain tumor research – and its
to do, planning these events Shannon Timms, a
members are poised to raise thousands has allowed me to take UA Honors College
more. student studying
advantage of the resources marketing, co-founded
The Students Supporting Brain Tumor
Research chapter was formed at the UA in provided by the University, the local Students
2008. The following year, student mem- gain real world experience Supporting Brain Tumor
bers began fundraising efforts that have, Research chapter. The
to date, resulted in more than $23,000 for
and make a difference in organization raises funds to aid with
the community. It has by far research at the UA.
Lindsey Erlick helped been my favorite experience
Timms launch the Medical Center. The event, “Fashion.
student chapter after a
during my four years at the Music. Pool. For a Cure” included a fashion
high school friend died University of Arizona.” show, a raffle, performances by UA School
as the result of a brain of Dance students and the synchronized
Lindsey Erlick swimming team and raised $2,550 for
brain tumor research.
(Photos courtesy of UA Eller College of Management) ing research around cancer treatments. “It’s a huge problem that many people
Timms was involved in a Phoenix chapter are unaware of,” Erlick said, adding that
brain tumor research. The main organiza- while in high school. For Erlick, her mo- brain tumors are the second leading cause
tion was founded in 2002 after two stu- tivation was spawned after a high school of solid tumor cancer deaths of individuals
dents in the Paradise Valley School District friend died as a result of a brain tumor. aged 20-39.
were diagnosed with brain tumors. “I didn’t want my involvement to stop,” “Before it happened, I had no knowl-
Born from a desire to expand public Timms said, who is studying marketing edge of brain tumors at all. I realized that
knowledge about brain tumors, former UA in the UA’s Eller College of Management. something needed to be done to both
roommates Shannon Timms and Lindsey “I was telling Lindsey the things I was spread awareness and raise funds for
Erlick in 2008 founded a local chapter of involved in and she told me her story.” research,” Erlick added.
Students Supporting Brain Tumor Re- Their student organization has since The American Brain Tumor Associa-
search, SSBTR. teamed up with the UA Steele Children’s tion reports that while such tumors are
The two, both UA Honors College Research Center to host a March 5 fund-
students, shared a desire to aid in improv- raiser at the UA Student Recreation Center. Continued on page 30

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the Steele Center’s director, said in a pre-
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The International Affairs Passport Application the full requirements of the land and sea phase of the The International Affairs Passport Application
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and execute passport applications for United States or land ports of entry to have a U.S. passport. Currently, photo service on site as well as the International Student
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Would you like to pay less
and get more for your
housing dollars?
If you answered yes, then you should consider
living at Sahara Apartments.
Here is a comparison between what you get, and what you have to pay at one of
the on campus Residence Halls, and the Sahara.
If you live at Sahara Apartments you will have a bigger apartment, your own
kitchen and private bath (neither of which are available at the Residence Halls),
AND you will save thousands of dollars.
How much are you going to save? So glad you asked! Let’s say you were hoping to
live at the Posada San Pedro Residence Hall.
For 2011-2012, we estimate* that it would cost $10,262 to live in a single
occupancy ROOM for a total of 8 months. You live there from approximately
August 19 to December 18, (you HAVE to leave for the holidays) and then come
back from approximately January 9 to May 14.
When you live in one of Sahara’s single-occupancy studio apartments (with your
own kitchen and private bath), you pay only $5,805 to live there for 9 months
(from August 15, 2011 to May 15th 2012). And, you DON’T HAVE to leave during
Christmas holiday breaks!

You save $4,457.00

(and still get 9 months of residency instead of 8)
* New rates for Residence Halls will not be announced until mid April 2011,
so for our comparison we have used the 2010-2011 Residence Hall rates, as the
base, and increased them by only 5%.
Over the last few years the Residence Hall rates have typically gone up by
between 5 to 7 percent per year.
Check out our web site to see your savings for double-occupancy accommodations
at Sahara Apartments compared to what you would have paid at the Residence
Halls. You won’t believe how much you get for so little at Sahara.

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