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Tuesday, September 9, 2003
600 students lose classes

More than 600 UA students found themselves dropped from classes after missing Friday's tuition deadline.

That's 200 more students than last year, despite the fact that the deadline to pay tuition was moved from the first day of class to two weeks into the semester.

"We were concerned that this year, with such a large tuition increase, there would be a large number of students dropped," said Rick Kroc, director of assessment and enrollment research. [Read article]

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Pulitzer Prize winner Neil Simon can easily be listed among the funniest and most influential stage and screenwriters of the twentieth century. [Read article]

Dropkick Murphys talk gay porn, Tucson chaos, warped BBQ
You could be a Dropkick Murphys fan. That is, at least according to Dropkick bassist Ken Casey. [Read article]

Oy Vey is a campus nosh
Oy Vey Caf makes the Student Union Memorial Center seem like chopped liver. [Read article]

More reviews and feature stories...

After making the server run laps for an appetizer, two entrŽes, and a couple drinks, you look down at your bill. It's over $80, but your wallet only contains $85. After telling yourself that a 20 percent tip of $16 sounds like way too much anyway, you put $5 down on the table and walk out the door. [Read article]

Keep on Truckin'
They used to be reserved for greasy truck drivers who seemed to throw on the caps to avoid combing their hair. [Read article]

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