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September 9, 2005

Secrecy key to UA search for president


31-member search team agrees on confidentiality

The importance of keeping candidates' names confidential was emphasized yesterday at the first presidential search committee meeting.

The committee of 31 members discussed the conditions of confidentiality, as well as guidelines for conducting the search, the role of the search consultant and arranging campus and community forums.

Regent Fred Boice, who is also the committee chair and spokesman, warned the committee that the identities of candidates and nominees must be kept a secret. The candidate's names will not be made public until the Arizona Board of Regents chooses finalists. [Read article]

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· Quick Hits
· Campus Department Briefs: Former anthropology prof donates $8 million
· Academic ethics code changing
· Wildcat raises relief money
· Word Up
· Fast Facts

Cats hope to play flawlessly


The Arizona football team is trying to get over last week's 27-24 loss to Utah, and the Wildcats are hoping a home opener tomorrow night against NAU will have the squad focusing on victory rather than defeat.

"It's a long season, and we have 10 more games, so we have to focus on that and not dwell on what happened last week against Utah," said senior safety Darrell Brooks.

Arizona (0-1) opens its 2005 home schedule tomorrow at 7 p.m. against the cross-state Lumberjacks (1-0). [Read article]

· Commentary: Time for NAU to join the big boys
· David does it all in narrow win over Princeton
· Volleyball loses Butkus in sweep

Res Life sees residents as dollar signs


Imagine it is your first day on campus again. Remember your parents circling the dorm while you run in and grab your housing assignment from the smiling resident assistant. After you get your room number, you cruise out to grab all your boxes (wow, you packed a lot of stuff!).

You lug your stuff, and parents, up your new hall. Following a confusing conversation with a person wearing a white polo, you realize you just met your new roommate - your RA. [Read article]

· Schools of thought: teachers vs. students
· Pass/Fail
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: September 8, 2005


"Breakin'" is the title of the laughable '80s film about the burgeoning dance craze known as break dancing. (Its ever so sweet tagline: "For the break of your life! Push it to pop it! Rock it to lock it! Break it to make it!") " [Read article]
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· Local treasure Luca wins again
· 'Witness' glimpse into personal life of Chávez
· 'Gardener' Oscar-worthy flick
· Scatter Shot
· 'Transport' out of the theater
· Larry David is out of control
· New Jersey Beatles-inspired rock
· Some glimpses of talent in Kola Koca Death Squad
· Don't feed the mountain lions.

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