ASUA cuts $3,000 from future paychecks
ASUA senators last night ended their terms in office by chopping $3,000 from the paychecks of future student leaders. As tempers flared during a three-and-a-half hour meeting, Associated Students senators decreased stipends for several appointed officials, including the ASUA treasurer and public affairs director. "I really feel like programs and services are being screwed," ASUA's Administrative Vice President Ryan Rosensteel told senators.

Familiar ground
There is no one on the UA baseball team that knows Sixth Street better than sophomore first baseman Ernie Durazo. From Tucson High School to Frank Sancet Field, he knows the strip like the back of his hand. "It's really weird," Durazo said. "It's just down the street but it is a different world here. It seems like it is not in the same city. Even the field is a different world."

News and newsmaking
I have nothing to write about this week. All the significant news stories appear on pages one and nine while I sit in the middle attentive, but removed, doing the journalist's equivalent of looking to and fro at a tennis match. For once I feel comfortable not challenging myself to write an opinion. Once in a while not having an opinion is an opinion in itself.

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