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Thursday, January 27, 2005

8 percent tuition increase expected

Students could see big tuition changes this spring, including differentiated tuition by major and a more than 8 percent tuition increase, according to members of the Arizona Board of Regents.

Regents will set the spring tuition calendar at tomorrow's regents meeting in Tempe and discuss tuition ideas, financial aid and class fees. Administrators at the three state universities are planning the universities' tuition proposals, which they must announce by Feb. 14 or at least 10 days prior to the public tuition hearing. [Read article]

· PTS to open new garage to alleviate UA parking problems
· Nuclear Engineering department to be blasted
· Advocacy workshop series gives students opportunity
· Student regent to be confirmed next week
· Greeks party for Tsunami relief
· Library sale includes 40,000 books
· Fast Facts

Men's Hoops: Cats, Huskies fight for top spot

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ARIZONA VS. WASHINGTON

First place in the Pacific 10 Conference will be up for grabs when the No. 10 Washington Huskies battle the No. 11 Arizona Wildcats tonight at 6:30 in McKale Center.

Because Washington (16-2, 6-1 Pac-10) handled Arizona (16-3, 6-1) three times last season, including once in the Pac-10 tournament in March, this game figures to be more than a matchup between two highly ranked teams.

"A person would have to be really out of it if they don't realize that this is a big game," said UA head coach Lute Olson. [Read article]

· Women's Hoops: 4,700 on hand for Cats' win over ASU
· Women's Tennis gets 2nd chance at 1st home meet

Journalism needs an integrity injection
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A new class of infectious diseases is on the rise, affecting a unique demographic - journalists and the news media. This exclusive group is suffering a potentially deadly affliction that has affected their quality and integrity severely. Two of the causative pathogens have recently been identified.

One common journalistic bug is the nasty bacterial organism Fabricus factus (commonly called outright fraud).

The symptoms associated with these bacteria include stories that are too good to be true. The method of transmission is fascinating, though not uncommon. The disease enters into the body once the mind gives in to the pressures of money, power, sensationalism, unethical editors and the temptation to lie just becomes too great. This disease has caused the fatalities and dishonor of many in the news business; it has infected even the most impenetrable bodies. [Read article]

· We're being branded
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: January 20, 2005


 

We at the arts desk receive a lot of mail. Most of it consists of brochures for the Chef Tony Knife set (one of the butcher knives can chop a tennis shoe in half!) or irate letters from Wildcat readers addressed to the "farts desk" informing us we should be stabbed in the face for picking on "You Got Served."

Recently, however, we've been delighted to receive a string of letters from Wildcat readers who all seem to have the same question on their minds: What's the arts desk secret for staying in shape? Read article]

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Death by Cheese
Liveculture (Latest Issue: January 25, 2005)
What's porn got to do with it?
Commentary: Porn does anything but objectify women
 

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