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Tuesday September 23, 2003
UA wants $15M for faculty

After losing top-flight faculty members last year to other universities, administrators have decided it is time to ask the Legislature to invest $15 million to help keep key faculty members from migrating to other schools for better salaries.

The UA needs $54 million to bring the average salary to the 50th percentile nationally, but the $15 million request is what administrators think would be feasible to ask from the state, which faces another deficit this year, said Greg Fahey, UA lobbyist. [Read article]

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Whether they're stone-washed, dark, light, short or long, jeans are America's good ol' standby wardrobe item. They come shaped as pants, skirts and overalls, and once you break in your favorite ones, it's tough to choose any other item to wear. [Read article]

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