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You might be Shane Dale if

I have a confession for Shane Dale. You inspire me. Your conservative position on all the wonderful articles you've written in the Wildcat caught me off guard. You've shown me that I seriously need to reconsider my leftist, socialist points of view.

So I also went the delightfully tasteless Jeff Foxworthy route and started thinking about some signs that I may be converting without even realizing it. Here are some that I came up with that you fellow socialists out there should feel free to apply to your lives as well. [Read article]

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Hartz must guard right to dissent

Last week's resignation of Arizona Students' Association task force director Jenny Rimsza not only marked the loss of the UA's most experienced student lobbyist, but also revealed the recent implementation of a disturbing new policy that prevents student lobbyists from voting their conscience on important issues.

Rimsza said she resigned because of a new rule instituted by student body president Doug Hartz, who oversees all the UA's student lobbyists. According to that rule, all four UA delegates to the Arizona Students' Association, which decides official student stances on key issues like tuition, must vote as a bloc on issues that Hartz deems detrimental to the university. [Read article]

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photo Don't be fooled by developers' Prop. 101

UA students will find an enormous amount of propositions on their ballots this year and, regrettably, many will be overlooked. Issues like Indian gaming, decriminalization of marijuana and a tobacco tax are receiving a great deal of well deserved publicity, but the issue of state trust lands, dealt with in Proposition 101, has been ignored by the press and may go unnoticed by most voters.

Nevertheless, Prop. 101 is not unimportant, and its implications should attract the attention of every environmentalist on campus and anyone who doesn't want developers plowing down every square inch of open space in our state. [Read article]

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