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Students: Strike to show opposition to tuition hike, Focused Excellence

Focused Excellence is a threat to the quality of education all of us enjoy at the University of Arizona, and yet many students remain totally uneducated and apathetic to the havoc that would be wrought on this institution by Focused Excellence coupled with a tuition hike. On Thursday, the Student Task-Force for Democracy presented the Arizona Board of Regents with twelve demands that will benefit every student and faculty member at Arizona's universities. [Read article]

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photo It's time for ╬our' country to change

Being born in this great country provides many people with opportunities that others may only dream of. But does that make a United States citizen more important than someone in Mexico? Or is the life of an American worker more important than that of a Mexican farmer?

So why is it that so many Americans look down on our neighbors to the south as second-class citizens ¸ as though they don't deserve to breathe the same air as us privileged ones up here in the promised land? [Read article]

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It's hard to believe, a governor with a brain!

Last Thursday, Gov. Janet Napolitano and the Legislature reached a budget compromise that will balance the state's budget without raising taxes or subjecting most state agencies to further cuts.

Most importantly, the UA was saved from the ax that Republican legislators were anxious to turn into a guillotine, calling for another 5 percent budget cut. As President Pete Likins has said time and again, further budget cuts at the UA would cause permanent damage to the integrity of the institution. [Read article]

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