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Monday, April 5, 2004
Fee faces time crunch if OK'd by students
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If students pass the proposed $30 per year student activity fee this week, fee organizers still have to fight time constraints and overcome logistical hurdles before it can be finalized.

Student leaders, who are waiting for election results to come in before making any concrete plans, have yet to develop a timeline for how the fee would be implemented.

"I'm going to be honest: A real defined timeline is not in place yet," said Associated Students of the University of Arizona Sen. Nick Bajema, who worked on the fee proposal. "But we know what needs to get done." [Read article]

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Ben's bells ring across Tucson
Phoenix activist group tries to get Chávez a state holiday
Candidates for biz college dean visit UA this week
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Softball: Schultz, Wildcats rain on UCLA's parade, twice
Gymcats barely miss trip to nationals
Baseball can't finish sweep of Beavers
Women's golf finishes 6th in regular season finale
Softball Analysis: Weekend full of surprises ends with No. 1 UA sweeping Bruins
Women's tennis snaps losing skid against WSU
Men's tennis splits on Northwest swing
Laxcats overcome weather during sweep
Rugby outscores foes 150-8 at Austin invite

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Connecting the Dots: Students, boycott the activity 'tax' today
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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 resumé and unforgettable eyebrows - is the curator of an exhibition about his own life. [Read article]


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Live Culture

Campus community celebrates cultural diversity with őOne Love'

The voices of performers echoed through the crowded auditorium of the Modern Languages building Friday night, where people of many ethnicities, ages and interests gathered for the third annual "One Love Multicultural Showcase."

The event, organized by Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority and the Baha'i Association, showed an audience of more than 350 the diversity and talent of people around campus. [Read article]


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