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UA professor, local activists protest capital punishment

Just after Arizona's 20th execution, anti-capital punishment activists gathered at East Speedway Boulevard and North Euclid Avenue to protest yesterday's execution of Anthony Lee Chaney. Chaney had been on death row for the past 18 years for the killing of Coconino County Deputy John Jamison. Chaney died yesterday at 3 p.m. by lethal injection.    [More]
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Deadline for Likins' reply to SAS today
[news] Today is the deadline for UA President Peter Likins to respond to Students Against Sweatshops' letter requesting the university's immediate withdrawal from the Fair Labor Association. Yesterday, the University of Pennsylvania - under immense pressure from a Penn SAS sit-in lasting nine days - became the first university to withdraw from the FLA.    [More]

All in the family
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Julie Brase is only a sophomore guard for the University of Arizona women's basketball team, but she has been making jump shots on the McKale Center hardwood for more than 10 years. For years, Brase was forced to drive past former Wildcats Damon Stoudamire, Steve Kerr and Sean Elliott to get the ball in the hoop.    [More]

Editorial: SAS should stand by labor resolution with Likins
[news] Then UA President Peter Likins and Students Against Sweatshops' members reached an agreement last spring, it was decided - by both parties - that the university would have 15 months to determine its future partnership with the Fair Labor Association. Now, more than five months before the 15-month deadline is up, SAS is jumping the gun on its own agreement.    [More]

Female metal shakes up mix
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In a musical world bombarded with male voices, male backgrounds and a predominantly male fan following, female rockers Kittie break the mold with their debut album "Spit." It is something that would never be expected in the hard-hitting world of heavy metal. "We're girls playing in a guys' business," said Morgan Lander, frontwoman of Kittie.    [More]

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"Step two is to get an acquittal. I never expect him to set foot in a jail again, unless it's to do charity."

-Ed Garland, Ray Lewis‚s lawyer on Lewis‚s release.

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