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Monday, April 12, 2004
UA to fully fund grad TA tuition in 3 years

Waivers a reality unless UA has 'financial disaster'

The UA will fully waive graduate teaching and research assistants' tuition beginning in 2006-2007 unless the university suffers serious financial setbacks, a senior official who oversees graduate student affairs said Friday.

The full waivers would be preceded by annual increases from the 50 percent waiver all graduate assistants receive now, said Richard Powell, vice president of research, graduate studies and economic development. [Read article]

Regents draft faculty felon policy
Easter didn't keep folks from 'Fling'
Tax filing may be less taxing than students think
Classics prof wins 5 star Award
Increased technology gives UAPD more tools to trace prank callers
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Iguodala jumps to NBA
Softball shuts out Sun Devils 6-0, 8-0
Baseball stops 3-game losing streak
Track measures up to tough competition in Los Angeles
Men's tennis beats Cal, falls to Stanford on Senior Day
Women's tennis no match for Cal, Stanford

The Raucous Caucus: The most wonderful time of spring
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Evil corporations, young lovers, pay toilets ... only in Urinetown

Almost anything can be turned into a hit musical. Any cartoon ("The Lion King"), any novel ("Oliver!") or any historical moment ("Miss Saigon") can make it on Broadway given the right director, music and cast. "Urinetown: The Musical," though, is probably the first musical about a bodily fluid to grace Broadway. [Read article]

If you like techno, house music, hip-hop or even a little oldies, you can enjoy the music of DJs Jon Matkin and Carlos Roldan.

Matkin and Roldan are both 30-year-old Pima Community College students who spin to their own beat every Tuesday night at Sharks, 256 E. Congress St. [Read article]

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Two students use their Īballs of steel,' bare all on campus in the activity they say requires talent and fearlessness

When some people walk across campus at the UA, they feel like something is missing. There's a huge student union, a decent basketball team, lots of red brick and a fair amount of attractive coeds. But what the university lacks is naked men running around the campus. Well, there are two guys on campus trying to fix all that.

For the purposes of this article, the men in question prefer to conceal their real names. They will be referred to by their self-administered code names: "Redman" and "Man in Black." It will all make sense soon.

Redman and Man in Black are both psychology majors and have been habitual streakers since their high school days. They started off small by running down the street naked at night, but raised the stakes when they streaked through a high school soccer game, on multiple occasions. After that, their need for naked increased. [Read article]

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