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Monday, February 14, 2005

UA leaders present tuition ideas

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Likins, student lobbyists to recommend tuition increases today

UA President Peter Likins will release his tuition proposal today, a plan including tuition increases and possible mandatory fees for undergraduates, graduates and non-residents.

Student Body President Alistair Chapman will also release his tuition counterproposal today.

In order to remain at the top of the bottom one-third in tuition rates compared to peer institutions across the nation, Likins said tuition needs to increase 19 percent, or roughly $800, for undergraduates next year. [Read article]

· Survey highlights class availability, graduate tuition remission
· College of Medicine to change curriculum
· Student couples struck by cupid's arrow on campus
· The other side of Valentine's day
· New grad class for the aspiring 'Apprentice'
· LGBT rights rally draws diverse Sunday crowd at El Presidio Park
· IFC, chapter presidents to do Valentine's Day service
· Fast facts

Men's Hoops: Cats run down Pac-10's top spot

UA uses second half spurt to drop UCLA

Arizona men's basketball opponents know it all too well, and UCLA may know it best.

"We know Arizona counts on vital spurts," said then-Bruin Jason Kapono, now with the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats, in 2003. "It's the spurt of death."

Two years later, the spurt of death emerged again in the form of a 19-0 second-half run, giving the Wildcats their third straight win over UCLA, 83-73, Saturday night in Los Angeles. [Read article]

· Men's Hoops Analysis: Arizona defense, Radenovic, shuts down Bruin star Thompson in win
· Women's Hoops: Solid 3-point shooting paces UA
· No. 11 UA baseball dominates second straight home set
· Softball wins despite earlier rain problems
· Women's tennis winning streak ends with pair of losses
· Gymcats continue setting season-highs
· Icecats notch 3 wins without hitting rink
· Swim team defeats Sun Devils in final home meet of season
· Track continues charge for postseason
· Laxcats defeat Missouri in rainy openers, Rugby falls

Finding love amid the collegiate chaos
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Somewhere in between the introduction of coeducational institutions and the rise of social awareness, Valentine's Day has taken a back seat to World Peace Day, Earth Day, Great American Smokeout Day and Fat Tuesday on college campuses across the country.

Indeed, at my own alma mater, Boston College, students were much more interested in raising a pint of Guinness in reverence to St. Patrick than they were in sending a bouquet of flowers on the day that honors St. Valentine. And it is no wonder - relationships in college are a tricky business. At no other time in our lives will such a wide variety of romantic expectations lead to so many different types of relationships, all present in the same community. [Read article]

· Pay now or pay (a lot) later: Social Security reform
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: February 10, 2005


 

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