Regents scoff at two-year bachelor's degree
FLAGSTAFF - State community colleges will never offer four-year degrees, if the Arizona Board of Regents has its way. The regents and the state Board of Directors for Community Colleges are at odds over whether to allow two-year institutions to offer bachelor's degrees. Regent President Judy Gignac, also co-chair of the Higher Education Study Committee, said her group is still divided on key aspects of the issue.

UA faces defending nat'l volleyball champs
Stanford comes to town tonight to provide the UA volleyball team with its biggest test of the season. Two-time defending national champion and No. 7-ranked Stanford (6-2 overall, 2-0 Pacific 10 Conference) squares off with Arizona (10-0, 2-0), the early leader in the Pac-10, at McKale Center tonight at 7 p.m.

End this farce
For those devoted Wildcat readers who remember the final staff editorial last May, the headline above may seem familiar. That's because it's identical to the one in May that ran above an commentary lambasting former Associated Students President Gilbert Davidson and the 1997-1998 student government for "failing to live up to its obligation to represent students." Now, the headline is the same, but the message is only similar.

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