Tuition cap dies in Arizona Senate
A state lawmaker yesterday confirmed plans to abandon a controversial bill that would cap tuition increases at Arizona's public universities. House of Representatives members approved the measure last month by a convincing 40-19 margin. The bill, however, lacked necessary support in the Senate - 16 votes - and will have to be reintroduced during a future legislative session.

Wildcats successful on Pac-10 road trip
The No. 3-ranked Wildcats dropped their first game of a four-game trip to Oregon to the Ducks, but quickly got it together to bring home three victories, including two over Oregon State. "We did really good overall," sophomore third baseman Toni Mascarenas said. "We did the little things right that had caused us problems earlier. And we really played together as a team."

Take the middle road
Olde Providence Elementary school in Charlotte, N.C., is a shining example of what a public school can be. It is also under attack, and what happens there could reverse the hard-won victories of the civil rights movement.

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