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Tuesday Apr. 30, 2002   |   wildcat.arizona.edu   |   Online since 1994  
Deans planning for future budget cuts

Provost George Davis asked top administrators recently to project what they would cut if state funding to UA decreases by 2.25 percent in 2002-2003, a total of more than 7 percent this year and next.

In a memorandum Davis sent out April 18, high-ranking administrators were directed to avoid cutting, when possible, programs with high student demand, the capacity to generate revenue, interdisciplinary courses and a national ranking.

In the memo, Davis asked all vice presidents to look at how to reduce their budgets by 7 percent for next year „∑ with the knowledge that an important fraction will be permanent.š [Read article]

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Mechanical engineering freshman Mike Dunn relaxes on the Mall yesterday. Mike spent the afternoon in his hammock tied to two palm trees while writing poetry and reading a book.
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Deans planning for future budget cuts
Students say UAPD presence is lacking
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Students say UAPD presence is lacking

UAPD officials remind students that residence halls are their home

Students said yesterday that police must step up residence hall security after a recent rash of sex crimes, but UAPD says students must play a larger part in their own safety. [Read article]

Softball continues season home stretch against Sun Devils

An in-state rival coming to town could be just what the Arizona softball team needs as it looks to build momentum for the season‚s stretch run.

The No. 2 Wildcats take on No. 5 Arizona State tonight at 7 p.m. in the heated rivals‚ final meeting of the regular season. UA (44-7,11-3) will attempt to keep pace with UCLA, as a win will tie the clubs atop the Pacific 10 Conference standings. [Read article]

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Editor‚s note: Regarding the Wildcat‚s Thursday-Friday guest article from Professor Charles D. Smith, „The Palestinian-Israeli Conflict:š It was the Wildcat‚s intention to use the word „unbiasedš in that Smith‚s article was not intended to be a commentary. It was not Smith‚s request that we preface his article as „unbiased.š We apologize for any ambiguity the term may have caused. [Read article]

A few points of light

I‚ve been meaning to get to the top of a mountain before the galaxy moves just enough to change the night sky ų to make it to the top after sunset, or just before sunset, so I can watch the sun go down, and then watch all the visible planets come up over the horizon. [Read article]

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