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Tuesday, November 2, 2004


UA Faculty Senate upset over sudden budget cuts

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Several faculty members criticized UA administrators for lack of notice regarding the 2 percent across-the-board budget cuts during yesterday's Faculty Senate meeting.

The Committee of Eleven, a group of elected faculty members, released a three-page report in July 2004 outlining its concerns about the budget cuts.

The Committee of Eleven speaks for the general faculty and its main purpose is to look at problems concerning the faculty and the university. [Read article]

· Non-voting students cite lack of faith in presidential candidates
· Class tracks black candidates
· Local venues host election night gatherings
· Students, political groups to closely follow elections
· Fastfacts

What not to base your vote on photo

It's Tuesday, November 2, 2004. Finally. For the past nine months we have dreaded, rationalized, and otherwise prepared ourselves for the upcoming election.

And now it is time to cast our vote.

However, today, before we stand in the polling booth and make our final decisions concerning everything from the President to the local dog catcher, let us consider a few things - like how to vote rationally.

Back in the '90s, I remember people declaring that they had voted for Bill Clinton because he was young, suave, but, most of all, one hot sexy beast. [Read article]

· Losing your voting virginity
· Mailbag

Cross Country: New Sensations

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Cross Country's Mohamed Trafeh and Chris Ogle run to a different beat

Mohamed Trafeh stands near the office door of UA cross country head coach James Li, his back slightly hunched and covered by an Arizona windbreaker.

He returns a handshake with a smile and a quick embrace and heads through a McKale Center hallway. He turns and stops before a ramp.

"Five minutes," Li says, as he locks his office and walks to the exit.

Trafeh slides a hand over a nearby rail. On the court below, the men's basketball team runs through a scrimmage. Trafeh smiles again. The scene is not new to him, just relieving. [Read article]

· UA Football Roundup
· Women's Hoops: Cats face first non-friendly foe tonight

Latest Issue: October 28, 2004


 

In the time it takes to cook a decent Hot Pocket, you can be scared out of your wits.

The Association of Independent Video and Filmmakers (AIVF) is presenting "The Three Minute Thriller Filmmaking Contest" this Halloween. Each filmmaker has three minutes to fill the screen with blood, guts and gore. Whoever makes the scariest (and most creative) movie in the three minutes allotted, wins.  [ Read article]

Tucson and Campus Calendar
Halloween
Get Romantics on Congress
Students fear clowns, goatsuckers
Sleepytime Gorilla wakes up Tucson
Film
Gellar doesn't ruin frightening 'Grudge'
You too will love the 'Huckabees'
Scottsdale is full of yuppies - and a film festival
Music
Rilo Kiley worth the wait
The Futureheads show promise
Food
The art of drinking coffee
 

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