The former Student Union Memorial Center as presented in the 1952 yearbook.
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A cheerleader in a mid-air pose during a 1961 football game.
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Sports-related page taken from the 1962 yearbook.
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Facing the north side of campus, looking toward the Santa Catalina Mountains.
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The Arizona Daily Wildcat staff, as printed in the 1917 yearbook.
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The UA's marching band in formation A for the 1952 yearbook.
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The Arizona football team took Idaho 13-6 in a home game during the 1951 season.
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The columns of what is now known as the Forbes Building, which houses the UA College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
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UA community members have long participated in the Tucson Rodeo.
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Arizona Stadium fans cheer on their Wildcats.
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Wilbur Wildcat and some of his fans during the 1981 season.
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The men's basetball championship team in 1997.
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Construction of the UA's Alumni Plaza, located just south of the Administration Building, from the 2004 yearbook.
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Painting Sentinel Peak, or "A" Mountain, is a decades-old tradition.
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The UA synchronized swimming team during the 1975-76 academic year.
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Delta Chi members sponsored the Homecoming brunch during the 1975-76 academic year and also held an annual Western-themed party and a spring formal.
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Members of the UA's ROTC program in the 1976 yearbook.
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Setting out on their lives beyond campus, new UA grads pose for images in the 1985 yearbook.
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The UA's Spring Fling has grown to become one of the largest student-run carnivals in the United States.
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The UA men's cross country team competes against Arizona State.
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Today, students often tote their laptops around in sleek bags. But students of the last decade and earlier had to make single trips, lugging their desktop computers to their dorms.
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Students participate in UA Homecoming festivities in 2004.
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Engineering freshmen build a catapault in front of Old Main for a class during the 2004-05 academic year.
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UA ROTC members learn how to repel at the Henry Koffler Building during the 2004-05 academic year.
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Construction of part of the Highland Commons in the 2004 UA yearbook.
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The price of gas in 2004? Below $2.30.
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During the 2004-05 academic year, the lives of UA ROTC members began at 5 a.m. and included intensive training and coursework.
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UA theatre arts students prepare to perform in the production "Pericles" during the 2004-05 academic year.
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