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Wednesday, February 25, 2004
Regents: Speak for yourself on tuition

╬Choreographed efforts' at tuition hearings frustrate some regents

The Arizona Board of Regents president has some advice for students planning to address the board at its tuition hearing tonight: Speak for yourselves.

Board President Chris Herstam said he's been frustrated in the past by what he perceives as "choreographed efforts" by student leaders to pack the hearings with people furthering identical interests.

And he's hoping they'll stop. [Read article]

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It ain't over till the fat lady sings. But for most UA students, "it," the experience of opera, has yet to begin.

However, "La Canterina" or "The Budding Soprano," a short comedic opera by Joseph Haydn, offers a perfect introduction to the world of opera. [Read article]


When I was handed an ad from the Tucson Weekly as a suggestion for the "What Not to Do in Tucson" column, I thought it was a setup. [Read article]


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You know that nightmare where you go to school without pants on and nobody thinks it's weird? [Read article]


Under Covers: Sex, by the numbers

When someone you're interested in dating asks for your number, what do you say? If the query comes after class, in a bar or at a party, it's the easiest ¸ and most flattering ¸ of questions to answer. [Read article]


John Mayer, Maroon 5 make Tucson girls giddy

It's difficult to reconcile the John Mayer you read about in interviews with the John Mayer you actually hear in his music. On paper, he's sharply intelligent and self-deprecating, not afraid to flaunt his musical knowledge and ability. [Read article]


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