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OPINIONS
Monday, February 16, 2004
Mailbag

Med Tech program vital to Tucson community

I have been reading the numerous articles that have been written addressing the Medical Technology program getting the ax at the UA. Frankly, I am appalled that in a community the size of Tucson, a program that has so much impact on this community is being considered for elimination. I was especially amused at the provost's comments. How can a program survive when it is apparent that the governing force behind this program doesn't have a clear understanding of what a medical technologist does? [Read article]

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A Gadfly in Training: Dean down, but (technically) not out

Howard Dean's push for the Democratic presidential nomination looked like a Cinderella story told in reverse. Groomed and shaped from the get-go to be the leading Democratic candidate, Howard Dean practically had the nomination in his hand.

However, last month's Iowa caucus served as the sobering stroke of midnight and has all but dashed dreams of manufacturing little Dean for President buttons and the matching bumper stickers that go along with them. This new paradigm in the Democratic races placed John Kerry as the new front-runner, leaving Howard Dean to choke on his dust. [Read article]

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photo The Raucous Caucus: Extension saves ASUA election

Last week, as bleary-eyed students with a "case of the Mondays" went to class as usual, ASUA Elections Commissioner Daniel Suh made what could possibly be the most important decision of the semester.

While as most at the UA went about their newly found routines of the spring semester - wanting weather to warm up a few degrees or wondering what the hell they drank last night - 14 students were able to jump into the Associated Students of the University of Arizona race. Suh made the right call by extending the deadline to get on the ballot. [Read article]

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On the Edge

The best in last week's editorials from college campuses across the nation


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Valentine's Day weekend opens on a tragic note this year, as Mattel has announced the breakup of fabled lovers Barbie and Ken. According to The Associated Press, "Russell Arons, vice president of marketing at Mattel, said that Barbie and Ken 'feel it's time to spend quality time - apart.'" [Read article]

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