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Monday November 26, 2001   |   |   Online since 1994  
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Sigma Chi and Gamma Phi Beta members cited for underage drinking

Homecoming festivities lead to TPD citations for 23 members

Twenty-three UA students involved with Sigma Chi fraternity and Gamma Phi Beta sorority were cited for underage drinking at a local cafˇ on Nov. 6.

The sorority and fraternity planned a homecoming party at Olive R Twist, 5305 E. Speedway Blvd., for the evening. Members of the sorority and fraternity were supposed to present identification at the door showing they were 21 or older to receive a wristband that would allow them to drink alcohol.

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UA Football
UA 34 | ASU 21

Game recap: Better late than never
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Members of the Oro Valley Dolphins peewee cheer squad make a formation yesterday morning in the Wescon Pop Warner Regional Spirit Championship in McKale Center. More than 55 teams from Southern Arizona and Southern California participated in the competition with hopes to continue on to the next round.
Sigma Chi and Gamma Phi Beta members cited for underage drinking
Faculty retention continues to suffer amid university budget cuts
Loveline tickets not selling
Security breach in university labs not a risk

Faculty retention continues to suffer amid university budget cuts

As the UA prepares to send $13.9 million back to the state to satisfy a mandated budget cut, faculty recruitment has become more difficult for deans and department heads, who fear a faculty-retention issue known as "brain drain" will intensify if the university doesn't have the money to recruit and keep top faculty.

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Better late than never

Cats end 2-year skid against Sun Devils with balanced effort

After an up-and-down season, the Wildcats will have at least one fond memory - beating the Sun Devils on their home field in the annual "Big Game" between the two in-state rivals.

In a game featuring Arizona's (5-6, 2-6 Pacific 10 Conference) most balanced effort on both sides of the ball this season, the Wildcats defeated Arizona State 34-21 Friday to claim the Territorial Cup and a year's worth of bragging rights.

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Media guilty of mind control

After the initial frenzy over the terrorist bombings abated, a lot of questions are being asked about the media's role in whipping up the hysteria. It's a healthy sign that the media's dubious role is being scrutinized. To a discerning observer, the "Fourth Estate" seems like an extension, if not an integral part, of the official propaganda machinery. In the words of Noam Chomsky, the American mind is not just influenced, but controlled by these media houses.

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Why do they hate us?

The little Indian girl with her hand out tells me she's from Oaxaca - thousands of miles away, in central Mexico. Together with her mother, brothers and sisters, she's come an almost inconceivable distance from that land of impoverished, eroded Zapotec, Mixtec and Mixe farming villages in search of new opportunities. And here they are, begging on the streets.

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