Likins unshaken by Duke labor code sit-in
UA President Peter Likins said yesterday he plans to sign a multi-university labor code despite a recent protest by Duke University students that inspired their administrators to accept the agreement on a trial basis. The Duke officials' decision serves as a compromise with the Students Against Sweatshops organization, which has repeatedly called for full disclosure of factory locations to pin-point alleged human rights violations.

Clash of the titans
It's a common clich┌eacute; in sports to say a team is peaking at just the right time. The logic goes if a team starts peaking, or playing really well in layman's terms, just before the NCAA Tournament, then the team has a better chance of making a run to the title. That clich┌eacute; doesn't hold in the Pac-10. With still 10 games left in the regular season starting with tonight's game at Washington, the No. 10-ranked UA men's basketball team (15-3 overall, 7-2 Pac-10) couldn't wait until the end of the season to get things straight.

Editorial: Students missing big picture on tuition
In a rare demonstration of political activism, the Arizona Students Association, our student-funded, student lobbying group, has put its atrophied muscles behind a proposal to limit student tuition hikes. Tired of being ignored by the Arizona Board of Regents, these young politicos have appealed to their bosses, the state legislature, for tuition relief.

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