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Friday, April 16, 2004
Diversity initiative leader selected

Humanities dean to head Hispanic recruiting team

As part of the UA's broader goal of increasing diversity on campus, the dean of the College of Humanities has been put in charge of spearheading a new initiative aimed at recruiting and retaining more Hispanic students.

President Peter Likins said he asked Dean Charles Tatum to take on the task of reaching out to Hispanic communities to close the gap between Hispanic representation in the student body and the surrounding populace. [Read article]

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Not as foreign as the Cannes, not as full of snow-jacketed Hollywood starlets as the Sundance, the Arizona International Film Festival still brings the best and the latest in independent filmmaking to Tucson. [Read article]


This year's spring Club Crawl might feel cozy, with zero bars on North Fourth Avenue participating in the event, leaving East Congress Street to handle all the rocking itself.

"Basically, the (Fourth Avenue) bars backed out," said Jeb Schoonover, event coordinator and Rialto Theatre owner. [Read article]


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Christina Hiett and Christopher DiScenza don't always think alike. Hiett is an art history senior with a studio art minor graduating in May, and DiScenza graduated with a math degree and physics minor two years ago. But the couple has bridged the gap between two disciplines that are traditionally at odds with one another: physics and art.

Their installation at the Lionel Rombach Gallery on the corner of North Park Avenue and East Speedway Boulevard, called "MHDPD Magno Hydro Dynamic Propulsion Devise: The Experiment/the Attenuations," features a video of the propulsion device. [Read article]


Staying On Top: The pleasure principle

Before it came out, I was hoping "The Passion" was a sex flick. Mel Gibson sizzled in "What Women Want," so naturally I was like, "All right, a sequel. Maybe this time, it'll actually educate men." [Read article]


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