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Students rally at state capital to keep budget cuts low

State House could ask for a larger budget cut

PHOENIX - Approximately 70 students from Arizona's three universities joined student lobbyists at the opening of a special session of the state Legislature yesterday to ask that lawmakers not cut university budgets by more than 4 percent.

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Being a Bartlett

Sophomore guides UA soccer to improved records, sets goals high

When head coach Cathy Klein came to the UA two seasons ago, she was forced to build a program from next to nothing. Part of that process included recruiting and leading aggressive, pesky and confident players.

She called them warriors, and sophomore forward/defender Liz Bartlett might as well hold an iron shield and longsword.

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Students rally at state capital to keep budget cuts low
Gov. warns lawmakers not to ignore next year's budget
Students, officials discuss how to prevent rape on campus
New union to look like battleship
Researcher to investigate hallucinogens as medicine
University of Idaho braces for major cuts in budget
Students 'checking out' Playboy, Playgirl at Stanford

Gov. warns lawmakers not to ignore next year's budget

Hull says key budget words are 'balanced and biennial'

Gov. Jane Dee Hull warned legislators at the opening of yesterday's special session not to overlook balancing next year's state budget, which will face an even greater deficit than this year's budget.

The two-year, $1.56 state budget shortfall has forced state agencies to cut at least 4 percent from their fiscal year budgets to fulfill this year's $675 million shortfall. Next year the shortfall will be at least $850 million.

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Gardner named preseason Wooden Award candidate

A week ago, the UA men's basketball team was unranked. Monday, the Wildcats jumped all the way to No. 12 in the USA Today/ESPN Top-25 Coaches Poll.

In a twist typical of early-season polls, the Wildcats were still ranked lower than Maryland and Florida, the two teams Arizona defeated en route to an IKON Coaches vs. Cancer Classic Championship last week in New York City.

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Letters to the Editor

I was disappointed yesterday when I saw that the Wildcat would invite someone to publish such stupidity regarding the war in Afghanistan in the prominent fashion Kunnie's piece was afforded.

I found his introduction quite hilarious: "How would [Afghan] children at soccer practice feel if they saw a U.S. Air Force jet overhead?" Well, Julian, with all due respect, I don't think there are many children playing soccer in Kabul, especially considering that the Taliban uses the soccer stadium primarily for public executions.

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Sunday Afternoon amplifies music on the Mall and beyond

When racing from the Modern Languages building to the student union this afternoon, take the time to listen to the eclectic sound blend of a sax, electric guitar, bass, Warr guitar and drums.

These instruments form the unique music of the six-person group Sunday Afternoon, a local band performing at noon today on the Mall. The group, consisting of graduate, former and current University of Arizona students, is performing on home turf.

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