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NEWS
Napolitano proposes cures for ╬brain drain'

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Flanked by UA Young Democrats, gubernatorial hopeful Janet Napolitano spoke yesterday about brain drain, blamed the Legislature for the Arizona's budget woes and outlined her plans for the budget in front of the Old Main fountain.

The Democratic candidate for governor and current Arizona attorney general outlined how electing her would affect the state's universities, then greeted students. [Read article]

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B-ball spirit shirt design contest tips off Monday
╬UATV Sex,' ╬Daily Dose' spicing up campus TV
Student Senate preps for slippery party with voters
On the Spot
Weekend Arts Briefs

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SPORTS
It's must-win time

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Both Arizona and Stanford enter Saturday's game in Palo Alto winless in the conference and looking to break out of the cellar

The only certain thing about Saturday afternoon is that either Arizona or Stanford will still be winless in the Pacific 10 Conference. [Read article]

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Cats looking to upset SoCal schools
Ruggers open new season in Rockies
Men's tennis heads to Texas, California
UA Sports Brief

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OPINIONS
Letters
Put children's safety ahead of vocal minority
Unwitting media may help killer
Friday Face Off: Can George W. Bush bend a spoon with his mind?
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October 17, 2002
· Delving Below the Skin
· Remembering the dead brings celebration to life
· A little Q&A with Calexico
· Online Exclusive: Enon comes to Solar Culture
· Online Exclusive: On the line with Black Heart Procession
· Online Exclusive: Arts get a financial boost in Tucson
· Weekend Revue
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October 15, 2002
· Hey kids, go away

October 8, 2002
· Spinning a Revolution

· Focusing on Excellence: Painting a new future
· Tuition debate on hold


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

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As nature intended
JILL MARICICH/Arizona Daily Wildcat
Graphic design junior Joe Silins (far left), fine arts sophomore Malcolm Horn and undeclared sophomore Lindsay Jameson work on art projects in the Fine Arts Complex courtyard yesterday. The students' figure drawing class, which usually works inside with nude models, decided to move outdoors for the afternoon.
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