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Wednesday, March 31, 2004
Senate to decide on activity fee tonight

After a monthlong delay, the $15 student activity fee will be presented to the ASUA Senate tonight to determine whether a special election will be held for the measure.

The fee, which would bring big-name concerts and speakers to campus, was originally to appear on the general election ballot March 3 and 4, but was delayed after Associated Students of the University of Arizona leaders criticized its inadequate structure.

If approved by a student vote, the fee would require students to pay $15 to a Student Activity Fee Committee that would distribute 80 percent of the money to entertainment funding, 15 percent for general distribution and 5 percent for doubtful accounts, or refunds. [Read article]

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While we all know and love NASA for its spaceships and satellites and stuff, the organization has rarely been portrayed as a boon to the arts. But when it approached Kronos Quartet founder David Harrington about a collaboration, the violinist kept his ears open. [Read article]


The words "Carnatic music" don't usually conjure up images of Indian guitar virtuoso Prasanna and legendary drummer for multi-platinum rock band Journey, Steve Smith, jamming together on the same stage. [Read article]


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That's all it takes for [FRAMES],' a show that shows off student projects

A UAPD bicycle officer once wrote Andrew McCabe a $110 ticket because the graduate student ran a campus stop sign on his bike. McCabe then had his license revoked when he chose not to pay the fine.

But when you wear black T-shirts every day, hail from Ohio and produce a TV show for UA Channel, such behavior might be expected. Artsy people often embrace their natural inclinations to shrug off the establishment. [Read article]


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