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Thursday August 23, 2001   |   |   102 years of UA student press  

UA book policy still hard to enforce

Some instructors still prefer independent bookstores

Over two years after the UA adopted a policy requiring instructors to give their course book lists to the UofA Bookstore, some instructors are still not ordering through the bookstore.

University of Arizona policy states each instructor "must provide in a timely fashion the list of all books required for the course to the (UofA Bookstore)."

The policy does not state that instructors cannot place books orders through other stores, but it does say that they must always place them with the UA in addition to any other bookstores.

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Graphic design junior Shawn Couzens works on his first exercise of the semester for Art 104 in the Art building yesterday afternoon. Students, given instructions to sketch items with such things as rhythm, repetition and variety, set out to the hallways of the Art building to complete the exercise.

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Auto-related theft highest at beginning of year

Students say UAPD should increase patrolling, erect more lights

Vehicle-related thefts, especially those occurring in parking garages, are especially high at the beginning of the school year, UAPD officials said.

"We get a little bit higher (theft) rate in the beginning of the year compared to summer," said Sgt. Mike Smith of the University of Arizona Police Department.

Smith said theft is the No. 1 crime on campus, the most common form usually involving the removal of personal belongings from vehicles.

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Women's basketball star quits team for 'personal reasons'

UA officials confirmed yesterday that Veranda James, the Arizona women's basketball team's second-leading rebounder and third-leading scorer, has left the team and withdrawn from school for personal reasons.

UA head coach Joan Bonvicini refused comment except to say that James' departure was unexpected.

"We just hope the best for her," Bonvicini said.

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Letters to the Editor

Lee column right on

In regards to the letter from Charles A. Peterson, it does not take very much to make a conservative spit in fury. Jessica Lee's column detailed events in Europe, which really should be discussed plainly in the United States of America. Yet Mr. Peterson would have you believe that those damn European socialists don't know what they are talking about and they are all liberal "idiots" like the ones we have here.

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Something for Everyone

Arizona Theatre Company presents wide variety of shows this fall

Arizona Theatre Company's theatrical lineup this fall includes a little something for everyone.

"In planning our 35th season, we wanted to both honor the grand history of ATC and also point towards the future with renewed energy and initiative," stated David Ira Goldstein, artistic director at ATC, in a press release.

The company, in its 35th season, is putting on several shows, including work from actors, directors and designers who have previously worked on the company's events.

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