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Friday Apr. 26, 2002   |   wildcat.arizona.edu   |   Online since 1994  
Regents increase in-state tuition rate by 4 percent

FLAGSTAFF ų Students will pay $97 more for in-state tuition and $751 more for out-of-state tuition next year, the Arizona Board of Regents decided yesterday.

That increase is less than one-third of the hike proposed by University of Arizona President Peter Likins, and in line with the hike suggested by student governments at Arizona State University and Northern Arizona University.

Resident tuition was increased by 3.9 percent, to a total of $2,508, and nonresident tuition was increased by 7.25 percent, to a total of $11,028. [Read article]

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Tucson Fire Fighter Chad Griggs helps 9-year-old Jeannette Schloss operate a fire hose yesterday on the Mall as part of the "Bring Your Daughter To Work Day" festivities. Jeannette Schloss's mother, Lizzy Schloss, works in Career Services.
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Female student assaulted in parking garage

A man pushed a student into her car and attempted to sexually assault her shortly before noon yesterday in the Park Avenue Garage, police said.

The incident was the sixth sex crime to occur on campus in a week, but police do not think yesterday‚s occurrence was related to the others, which happened in residence hall bathrooms. [Read article]

Top-ranked Wildcats welcome return to Hillenbrand

The No. 1 Arizona softball team will look to rebound from its first two-loss series of the season this weekend when it takes on Oregon tonight at 7, before two weekend contests with No. 14 Oregon State. [Read article]

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Waite speech more important than Wildcat portrayed

On Tuesday, Terry Waite gave one of the most important political speeches ever delivered at the University of Arizona. He eloquently spoke about his personal experiences as a hostage negotiator all over the Middle East and as a hostage himself, and he also addressed some of the fundamental questions concerning the crisis concerning the Palestinians and Israelis. [Read article]

Jason turns 10, keeps getting older

Imagination is key when watching „Jason X,š because director Jim Isaac forgot to use his.

Let‚s see ∑ no ∑ hold on ∑ I‚m counting. How many times did Jason die? Two, three, no, four times? In this movie alone? You have got to be kidding. So what is there to say about a movie that keeps getting remade? Not much. [Read article]

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