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NEWS
╬Brain drain' cost UA Nobel laureate

When Vernon Smith, the former UA professor who was named a Nobel Prize winner Wednesday, left the UA a year ago, administrators knew he was a likely candidate for the award.

But without the money, space or support he needed to keep his research here, the university was unable to keep him from accepting a more lucrative offer at George Mason University.

The announcement of Smith's award came less than 18 months after the professor, who had worked at the UA for 25 years, packed up to move to the Virginia university. [Read article]

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╬Madness' to explode in Arizona at midnight
Gov. hopefuls favor letting colleges invest

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SPORTS
Wildcats face UW in must-win game

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UA, UW renew one of the conference's most heated rivalries Saturday in Seattle

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Volleyball looks for revenge at ╬Madness'
Fall Classic kicks off year for softball
Online Exclusive: Weekend Preview
Online Exclusive: Men's club soccer tries to keep winning ways
Online Exclusive: Soccer team prepares for game against archrival

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October 10, 2002
· Beer drinkers unite
· Eight Points of Chaos and Order
· Weekend Review
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October 8, 2002
· Spinning a Revolution

October 1, 2002
· After Hours

September 24, 2002
· Assume Nothing

· September 17, 2002
· September 10, 2002
· September 3, 2002
· August 27, 2002

· On top of the world
· Keeping company with the very best
· Lucky Lute: The story of Tucson's leading man
· Lute Olson's Wildcats in the NBA draft
· Lute Olson: A Timeline
· Off the court
· How did he get there


· Campus Escape
· Football SlideShow: UA vs. Wisconsin
· Football SlideShow: UA vs. NAU
· New kids on the block

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JILL MARICICH/Arizona Daily Wildcat
Drag queen Miss Faith Michaels entertains the crowd from a stage on UA Mall at noon yesterday to celebrate National Coming Out Week. Over 100 people watched men dress as women in the one-hour show of gay pride. The week-long event has been observed at UA annually since 1993.
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