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ASA: ╬It is vital' students attend Town Hall on tuition

The future of our university is to be decided in the upcoming months. Just two weeks ago, President Likins presented the Arizona Board of Regents with three possible tuition models that would be implemented next fall. The highest model places a $1,000 tuition increase for in-state undergraduates and $1,250 for graduates.

Furthermore, out-of-state tuition for undergraduates would increase $1,250 and $1,500 for graduate students. These models are not set, but before the January Arizona Board of Regents meeting, Dr. Likins will propose his final plan for tuition and financial aid for our university. [Read article]

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Guest Commentary: Ending Israel's occupation is a moral obligation

Why do you support Israel's occupation of the West Bank, Gaza Strip and East Jerusalem? Perhaps you don't recognize what the entire Arab and Muslim world knows: As American citizens who elect the leaders of our government, we all support Israel's illegal occupation. In fact, our own State Department agrees with most of the world that the occupation must end for there to be a just and lasting peace between two independent and secure states: Israel and Palestine. [Read article]

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Mt. Lemmon belongs off corporate market

On Saturday, Dec. 7, at 10 a.m., join the demonstration at the Mt. Lemmon tollbooth. It is time to tell our National Forest Service and Congressional representatives that we reject the National Recreation Fee Demonstration Program.

The Fee Demo program was created by a last minute, un-debated rider to the 1996 Omnibus Rescissions and Appropriations Act. As a law, it allowed the Park Service, Forest Service, Fish and Wildlife Service, and the Bureau of Land Management to "implement a fee program to demonstrate the feasibility of user-generated cost recovery for the operation and maintenance of recreation areas or sites and habitat enhancement projects on Federal lands." [Read article]

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photo The ╬Spinning-Out-of-Control Zone'

Bill O'Reilly: You're now entering the "No Spin Zone," here on America's favorite news network, Fox News. Our top story of the night: UN weapons inspections.

Reports have surfaced that the UN team in Iraq may not be doing its job. Just a couple of days ago, it was revealed that one of the 100 inspectors conducting these supposedly rigorous inspections is involved in an S&M club back home.

What's disturbing here is that he had the audacity to keep his sex life private. When you become an agent of an international body with the duty of fulfilling a completely technical, myopic task under the scrutiny of 99 other people with complete oversight capability, nothing is private. Sex, drugs, rock-n-roll ¸ all this stuff is in some perverse, unidentifiable way relevant to your ability as a weapons inspector. [Read article]

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