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Thursday, March 11, 2004
News Brief: Regents approve $490 tuition increase
The Arizona Board of Regents approved UA President Peter Likins' tuition plan calling for a $490 tuition increase for residents and $700 for nonresidents this afternoon. For more information, check out tomorrow's Arizona Daily Wildcat.
Regents set tuition today

Likins' proposed $490 increase to meet vote

Regents will decide today whether to approve President Peter Likins' proposed $490 resident tuition increase, which would bring next year's in-state undergraduate tuition to $3,998.

If the Arizona Board of Regents agrees to that amount, which is coupled with a proposed $700 increase for nonresidents, it would be the second-largest increase in UA history, trailing last year's $1,000 hike.

Regents will also consider an alternative proposed by student lobbyists, which calls for a $400 increase for residents. The lobbyists proposed a $700 increase for nonresidents as well. [Read article]

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When an artistic entity brings an experience some dignity, something beautiful happens.

It affirms what society has attempted to degrade. It normalizes an experience that is stigmatized. Alvin Ailey does that for the black experience, and he's valued for that reason. [Read article]


Metallica made a stop in Tucson last week for the first time in more than a decade. Anyone who knows rock 'n' roll knows Metallica. And anyone who knows Metallica, or worships guitar players in general, knows lead guitarist Kirk Hammett. [Read article]


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We've all seen them jiggling like Jell-O juggernauts attached to old men jogging past our idling cars. And we've all, subsequently, looked into the sky and asked the dark, despairing question: "Why, God? Why man-boobs?" [Read article]


What a glorious time the breeze is blowing, the flowers are blossoming and sorority girls everywhere are taking advantage of the year's two temperate weeks by trading in their velour tracksuits for emblazoned butt shorts. It's spring, when our thoughts turn to love, or as it seems, the lack thereof. [Read article]


What part of your body needs the most work? [Read article]


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