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Friday October 20, 2000

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Some BPA seniors dissatisfied with class availability

More classes will be opened up to meet the demands

Seniors in the UA Eller College of Business and Public Administration may not be able to register into the classes they need to graduate next semester.

Because of a new system that allows cohorts - juniors with advanced standing - to register before seniors, classes vital to a senior's graduation may not be open.

The cohort program, in its first semester, registers its members through the college before seniors have had the opportunity to register.

"I can't get into my core classes right now," said Scott Berren, a finance junior who plans to graduate in December 2001. "They are being reserved for students that are graduating after I am graduating."

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Kolbe targets issues of relevance to UA students

Education, social security and relief among the debates

Running for his ninth consecutive term in the U.S. House of Representatives, Jim Kolbe said he plans to focus on issues students wouldn't normally pay attention to.

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Wildcats invade the Emerald Empire

Wildcats to attempt first win in Eugene under Tomey

If history is any indication of how the Arizona Wildcat football team will fare this weekend when UA heads to Eugene, Ore.

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Civil disobedience can't be anonymous

Tuesday night, or perhaps Wednesday morning, unknown persons posted fliers around campus. They did so anonymously, not signing the fliers calling UA President Peter Likins a "Fat Cat," or "Even though it's me (Likins) who's in bed with the corporations, it's the students who get screwed."

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'Bedazzled' is spellbinding

Fraser, diabolical cleavage make for Satanic fun

Cinematic depiction of the Devil is by nature a dicey business - should the Prince of Darkness be scary, silly, powerful, irritating or Al Pacino?

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Quoteable: Friday October 20th, 2000

"I pass that buck on to nobody."

- Gen. Anthony Zinni on the decision to refuel the USS Cole in Yemen

Today in history: Friday October 20, 2000

In 1818, Great Britain and the United States sign a diplomatic convention establishing a boundary between the U.S. and British Canada along the 49th parallel.

In 1827, during the Greek War for Independence, a combined Turkish and Egyptian armada is destroyed by an allied British, French, and Russian naval force at the Battle of Navarino.