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Friday, April 2, 2004
Fee must get past students, regents

Regents have final say on proposed activity fee

Even if students vote in favor of the activity fee that appears on a special elections ballot in three days, it needs the approval of the Arizona Board of Regents.

And the regents say they're not sure they support the refundable $30 per year activity fee because it seems too rushed.

"I think when a student vote takes place, there (should) be enough time to have a thorough discussion," said Chris Herstam, president of the board. "This is all happening very quickly." [Read article]

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More riders hop aboard 'convenient,' free Cat Tran campus shuttle
Organizers hope Easter doesn't hurt 'Fling' turnout
Legislator halts I-10 speed bill
Student leaders leave Budget, Bursar's offices out of fee talk
Distinguished UA prof, author dies
Trial date set for suspected serial rapist
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Softball: No. 1 UA opens Pac-10 play
Baseball: Cats travel to Oregon State for 1st Pac-10 road trip
Gymcats host NCAA regionals in McKale
Women's golf tees it up in Tempe
Men's tennis heads to Pacific Northwest
Women's tennis tries to get on track
Ruggers try to end season on high note in Texas
Laxcats host UCSD, USC

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Fully In Tact: Something stinks in Denmark - and the ILC
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If you know Australia's The Vines, it is probably because of the ubiquitous 2002 hit single "Get Free," which roared everywhere from "Charlie's Angels" trailers to MTV award ceremonies. [Read article]


Nearly 30 years after becoming the founding director of the Center for Creative Photography at the UA, Harold Jones - a man with an 11-page resumÄ and unforgettable eyebrows - is the curator of an exhibition about his own life. [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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