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Thursday, January 12, 2006
photo Bernsen fires 5 ASUA officials

Both sides complain to Dean of Students

Student body president Cade Bernsen fired five student officials Tuesday, including three Arizona Students' Association directors and two cabinet members, sources said.

Bernsen, the Associated Students of the University of Arizona president, sent dismissal letters and e-mails to ASA directors Fernando Ascencio, Andrew Record and Christopher Dang, as well as Breanne Bushu, the cabinet coordinator, and Rebecca Rodl, the assistant elections commissioner. [Read article]

Senate meeting yields no date for impeachment trial

Business continued as usual during the ASUA senatorial meeting last night, but no mention of Student Body President Cade Bernsen's possible impeachment from office took place.

There was no official timetable set last semester for when the trial was to take place against the student body president, and Bernsen's written and oral defense statements have not officially been heard by the ASUA senators, said Sen. Patrick Cook, a pre-education sophomore. [Read article]

White men dominating presidential pool

Demographics of candidates no shock to students, staff; more women wanted

MTV casting documentary on young married couples

MTV is casting couples for its documentary series about marriage.

The couples must be getting married in January and be between the ages of 18 and 22 years old.

The documentary will cover all the details of how the couple met, the proposal, and what the bride's dress looks like. [Read article]

Former student enters plea in 2004 Coulter pie assault

One of two men accused of throwing cream pies at political columnist Ann Coulter during an event at Centennial Hall in 2004 pleaded guilty Monday to misdemeanor assault.

Williams Zachary Wolff, 25, was fined $250, but the fine will be suspended as part of the plea agreement if he pays $915 in restitution to the UA for damage caused to a backdrop screen during the incident, said Deputy Pima County Attorney Noah Van Amburg. [Read article]

UA, Sonoran cancer centers sign binational agreement

Universities agree to future collaborations

The Arizona Cancer Center has joined forces with the University of Sonora for future cancer research and education projects marking the beginning of new opportunities for both institutions.

The institutions signed a nonbinding agreement to collaborate on future cancer research projects.

The program is intended to lead the University of Sonora in Mexico in the cancer research and educational programs, said Dr. María Elena Martínez, co-director of the Arizona Cancer Center's Cancer Prevention and Control Program. [Read article]

Engineering prof dies

Many UA students and faculty are mourning the death of an electrical and computer engineering professor who taught at the UA for more than 20 years.

John Luther Prince III died of heart failure Dec. 16 in Tucson. Prince began his tenure at the UA in 1983 as a professor of electrical and computer engineering.

He most often taught courses on electronic packaging and circuit design at the UA, as well, he was also the department's director of the center for electronic packaging research, an organization that builds high speed, reliable and quality computer chips. [Read article]

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