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· Finally, someone who's already part of The Weekly got some big-time kudos last week. James Reel, The Weekly's arts editor, was honored by UA Alumni Association. He, along with four others, was given the Bear Down Award, for "performing noteworthy and meritorious service on behalf of the University of Arizona."
The folks at the UA noted, "The University of Arizona Alumni Association and the College of Fine Arts are delighted to present James Reel with the Bear Down Award in recognition of his unwavering loyalty to the University of Arizona School of Music and Dance."
Hmm. Have they read all of his reviews?
In any case, congrats to James. It's a well-deserved honor.