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Arizona Daily Wildcat
September 9, 2005
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Quotes from around campus and the world

"Certainly on all of the data I've ever seen starting from elementary school, women are more likely to get better grades than men at every level. ... It's no secret that women get better grades." -Richard Kroc, assistant vice president of enrollment research and operations, on women doing better in school than men

"Last year there were two or three days where I didn't even eat because I was just so busy." - Pre-business sophomore Brad Miner, on how stressful college can be in light of new commitments and experiences

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What was frustrating about the turnovers, (was that) they're not forced turnovers. It wasn't like someone hit our quarterback. We stopped ourselves the majority of the night.

- Mike Stoops, UA football head coach, on the 27-24 loss to Utah Sept. 2

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"They just stop going to class, and we don't know where they went." - Nadine Martin, adjunct instructor for geography and regional development, on freshmen dropping out of her classes during the semester

"I've had about 40 calls this week from students asking about tuition, housing and enrollment. We have 10 students already enrolled, and I'm seeing five more on Tuesday." - Lynne Tronsdal, assistant vice president of enrollment managmenton incoming students who have been displaced by Hurricane Katrina

"I want to do everything I can, but I can't donate, I don't have anything. I have no home anymore. I'm a refugee, too." -Sean Udin, a journalism sophomore from New Orleans

"People lost so much unexpectedly, and it's our duty to do whatever we can to help them." - Dannah G. Raz, a psychology sophomore, on the victims of Hurricane Katrina



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