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Library renovations begins today

$11.3 million project will reshuffle many parts of the library

The UA's $11.3 million Main Library improvement project is scheduled to begin today and will not affect library services, the university libraries dean said.

The library's services will be shifted around to different floors for the next few months to complete the project.

When the renovations are complete in one year, the Main Library will have a remodeled circulation desk and special collections area, a brand-new Library Information Commons and a fifth floor addition, said Carla Stoffle, dean of university libraries and center for creative photography.

"We are really hoping to create a better environment for the students and provide state-of-the-art equipment," Stoffle said.

During the summer, the circulation desk was moved temporarily from the second floor so that the first phase of construction could be completed by January.

Likins listens to UA community's concerns

A variety of issues ranging from faculty salaries to advising were brought by faculty and students to the first of four Town Hall meetings held last Friday with UA President Peter Likins.

Jose Solorzano, a member of the Staff Advisory Council, asked what can be done to raise faculty salaries

Arizona dominates Starwoods Plaza Classic

Wildcats have won 5 straight matches

The Arizona women's volleyball team proved worthy of their top-25 ranking this weekend by capturing the championship at the Starwoods Plaza Wildcat Classic at McKale Center.

Administrators should open part of ILC early

Considering the current physical state of campus, and in particular the UA Mall, our administrators have a difficult choice to make.

During a tour of the underground Integrated Learning Center last Thursday, it was announced that construction on the new facility was more than two-and-a-half months behind schedule.

Holocaust exhibit features works of survivors, empathizers

Art helps keep Holocaust memories alive

Although the Holocaust officially ended 55 years ago, memories of what took place there continue to inspire artists to create works illustrating the terror associated with the event.