Talks may lead to sit-in compromise
After a 34-hour sit-in, ragged student activists last night emerged from a negotiation with UA President Peter Likins with the possibility of a compromise. Likins unexpectedly returned to the University of Arizona president's office at about 10 p.m. and laid the groundwork for a consensus with the anti-sweatshop protesters.

UA closes out home schedule
Just because it's Southern Utah doesn't mean the UA baseball team can take its next three games lightly. The Wildcats (29-16 overall, 10-8 Pacific 10 Conference) play in their last home series of the season beginning tonight at 7 when they host Southern Utah (12-29 overall) at Frank Sancet Field. The series continues Saturday at 7 p.m. and Sunday at 1 p.m.

Students Against Sweatshops' latest clash with President Peter Likins and subsequent sit-in has a particularly vital aim: A deadline that will put the linchpin to labor abuse monitoring in place.
Editorial: Sit-in negotiations vital for needed deadline

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