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UA campus focuses too little on issues of real importance

What has happened to the journalistic integrity of the Arizona Daily Wildcat? Monday's paper prominently features a picture of T&A while the tragedy of the Columbia space shuttle is relegated to page six. Does anyone else see anything wrong with this picture? If not, you have become a member of an appallingly apathetic society that cares more for pleasures of the flesh than it does for nationwide issues. [Read article]

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photo Sever the arms to save the body

Focused Excellence comes with a slew of good intentions and efforts to save an ailing UA. Not all UA programs can survive with so much less money after repeated budget cuts by the legislature, so the arms must be severed to save the body.

Following good business sense, the programs that bring the most money into the UA are the ones that will survive; those that do not carry their own weight will be sacrificed. [Read article]

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Is a candy bar really worth all that much?

When I read last week that the UA men's basketball team may have been involved in the theft of money and candy bars during their trip to Kansas, I tried to imagine what was going through these players' minds. Don't they understand the fortunate position that they are each in? Are they really willing to give it all up over a petty crime such as this?

There was of course no guilt admitted and no guilt will ever be proven because the situation was settled when an assistant coach paid for the theft, but people will come to their own conclusions. But if they were involved, the question still begs to be asked what was going through their minds? [Read article]

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