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Wildcat ╬irresponsible' to mention Kunnie's lawsuits

I was dismayed by the Wildcat's coverage on April 10th regarding the UA Police Department's disturbing mistreatment of Professor Julian Kunnie. The Wildcat noted that Dr. Kunnie, head of the Africana Studies program at UA, has been involved in lawsuits by several other faculty in Africana Studies.

This information regarding the lawsuits is irrelevant to the police actions against [Read article]

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photo Refocusing excellence

For dozens of UA students, faculty and staff, the memo President Pete Likins and Provost George Davis released on Jan. 14 marked an unpleasant turning point: the end of secure academic routine and the beginning of a desperate battle for survival.

Part of the large-scale budget cut package that the administration has somewhat euphemistically called "Focused Excellence," the memo proposed the wholesale elimination of 19 UA programs, ranging from an agricultural center in Marana to an in-house nuclear reactor. Although couched in neutral, inoffensive Bureaucratese, the Jan. 14 memo must have struck the affected programs like a death warrant. [Read article]

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