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Regents merge 4 health departments into college
[news] PHOENIX-The Arizona Board of Regents yesterday combined four existing UA departments to create the state's first College of Public Health. ABOR unanimously approved the proposal, which fuses the UA Prevention Center, the undergraduate health education major, the General Preventative Medicine program, and two graduate programs in public health and epidemiology.

Aggressive UA defense keys big Pac-10 win
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LOS ANGELES - Arizona knew that if it shut down UCLA's outside game and stayed patient on the offensive end, it might escape with an important road victory. What the Wildcat's didn't expect was to do both so successfully and leave with its largest victory margin ever against UCLA at Pauley Pavilion. Thanks to aggressive defense and poise down the stretch, No. 2 Arizona (16-2 overall, 5-0 in the Pacific 10 Conference) knocked off No. 25 UCLA (10-5, 1-3) 76-61.

President what‚s-his-name
[news] Who is the guy that's been living in the White House for the past seven years? Not that it matters now, for as far as most of the public is concerned, he is as good as gone. The new guys vying for the job are now gracing the covers of TIME magazine, and the GOP Boy Wonder, George W. Bush Jr., seems to have captured the camera's eye more than the Oval Office in recent months.

Art and politics collide in 'Cradle'
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Critics have praised it. So did the people at the Cannes Film Festival. Thus, one might assume the Tim Robbins writing-directing effort "Cradle Will Rock," will never find an audience in the general public. But this film about the 1930s theater world has all the makings of a crowd pleaser. "Cradle Will Rock" addresses the collision between art and politics - the unavoidable intersection and resulting discord.

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"I was telling the bus driver about how he had left eight minutes early and all the other passengers knew it, too, and he said, 'Go tell it to Farrakhan,' I just couldn't believe what was coming out of his mouth. Then he said, 'You're not getting back on my bus anyway.'"

-Radina Sajjad, the Greyhound busline passenger who was apologized to for being left behind by the driver.

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