SALT center to get new facility
The SALT Center for Learning Disabilities next summer will begin construction on a new $2.7 million facility to keep up with an expanding need for student services. The Arizona Board of Regents swiftly passed a proposal last Friday which allows SALT to begin construction of an expansive new center on the northeast corner of North Highland Avenue and East Second Street.

Wildcats looking for revenge against No. 12 UCLA
With just one chance left to impress the NCAA selection committee, the UA men's basketball team is treating tomorrow's matchup against the UCLA Bruins like the first round of the NCAA Tournament. "The winner of this game, I assume, would be a three seed," UA head coach Lute Olson said. "This is like the start of the NCAA Tournament as far as we're concerned and I'm sure they feel the same way."

Fake cures, false hopes
I'll begin by admitting that I'm biased on this week's topic. When I was 17, I candystriped at an emergency room, and one night a thin, trembling woman presented herself to us. It was at her husband's insistence - she hated doctors, and "western medicine." To make a long story short, she was eventually diagnosed with advanced ovarian cancer, which had metastasized (spread) to several other places. Although I never saw her again, I could tell from the grim faces of the attending physicians that her chances of a good outcome were slim.

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