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Friday, April 23, 2004
Regents to decide on more class fees

Students may see higher fees for MCB, finance classes if approved

New fees and fee increases could force some UA students to pay more for their education next year.

The Arizona Board of Regents will vote Thursday on whether to charge a new fee for an undergraduate finance course and raise the fees for a molecular and cellular biology course.

Students who will be taking Recombinant DNA Methods and Applications, or MCB 473/573, will have to pay $150 next semester as opposed to the $50 now required if the fee passes next week. [Read article]

Res Life: Housing shortage no longer
Planning school's possible move would bring wider range of faculty
Community college nursing programs will get UA funding
Wildcat newsroom named after 'demanding' journalism professor
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Softball: No. 1 Cats head to Oregon
Baseball opens 9-game road trip with 3 in Washington
Spring Volleyball Notes
Track team among 6,000 athletes at Drake Relays
Unsatisfied Laxcats set for playoff push
Staff Picks: NFL Draft

Bleed American: Unshackle the English language
Brain Decay: Difference between discussion and action
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If any instrument has been maligned within Western music, it is the steel pan. Most American music fans are introduced to the instrument via the laid-back sounds of Jimmy Buffet. That's usually where the relationship stops. But the UA Steel Band is trying to take the pans out of "Margaritaville" and back into the concert hall where they belong. [Read article]

There are several conspiracies about who runs Hollywood. Some people think it's the liberals. Others think it's the conservative right wing. I have come to the conclusion Hollywood is run by neither. That kid in your high school who collected comic books runs it. [Read article]

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╬Red Ant House' author to speak at UA tonight

It's not easy for most writers to get their work printed in magazines like McSweeney's and The New Yorker. Ann Cummins, a writer and professor, grew up Irish Catholic on a Navajo reservation, a child of working-class parents. It's in sharp contrast to the decidedly more suburban, bourgeois upbringing of most writers who publish in those institutions of modern short fiction. Tonight, she'll read some of her work tonight as part of the UA Visiting Prose Writers Series. [Read article]

Staying on Top: The exes aren't evil

It's not you, it's ... no wait. It is you.

Breakups are great. The tears. The anger. And the misery of realizing you're a complete loser. [Read article]

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