Sitting in with a leader
As the Students Against Sweatshops occupation of the UA president's lobby ticks past 150 hours, the group's un-shaven leader holds firm to the principles that motivated the sit-in. Avery Kolers, an SAS spokesman and University of Arizona graduate student studying philosophy, said protesters will remain stationed in the Administration Building until UA President Peter Likins agrees to their labor rights resolution.

Hornbeek proves doctors wrong with trip to NCAAs
She was told her career was over. She was a collegiate gymnast, but an injury to her shoulder left her unable to lift her hand above her head, let alone boost herself into an handstand. The surgery she needed had been performed only once in the world. And she was given only a 50 percent recovery rate to have "normal" use of her shoulder. Gymnastics was supposedly out of the question.

Editorial: SAS sit-in a week later: Sorting substance from chaff
One week ago today, the Students Against Sweatshops began their sit-in at the university Administration Building. Now it is time for Students Against Sweatshops, President Peter Likins and the community to assess the results of the sit-in. The early days of the SAS incursion were met with a response counterintuitive at most universities: The president actually appeared to be listening.

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