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Monday, February 7, 2005

Internet survey to take input on tuition

Administration, ASUA seek students' views on tuition

Students concerned about prospective tuition changes have the chance to tell top administrators how they would like to see tuition revenue spent, through a tuition survey available on Student Link this week.

The Associated Students of the University of Arizona President Alistair Chapman, who initiated the survey along with student leaders, said the survey results will be presented to administrators Thursday, four days before they must release their tuition and mandatory fees proposal to the public. [Read article]

· 8-year-old's wish gets UMC an 'Extreme Makeover'
· Trio of UA student groups awarded for political activism
· Glass artists unite for Flame Off
· Red tags rampant near UA campus
· Special education department wins national award
· UA among top producers of Peace Corps volunteers
· New Club provides PR Experience to Students
· Fast facts

Men's Hoops: Cats crush Cardinal at home


UA stops Stanford's McKale winning streak

Arizona men's basketball coach Lute Olson got his 299th Pacific 10 Conference win Saturday, five short of UCLA legend John Wooden.

Though the numeral of Arizona's 90-72 victory over Stanford wasn't as significant, the outcome was just as meaningful.

"This feels so good," said senior center Channing Frye, who had not beaten Stanford in McKale Center prior to Saturday.

The No. 13 Wildcats (19-4, 9-2) avenged three straight losses to the Cardinal (12-9, 6-5) in front of 14,592 in McKale Center, taking a 33-21 advantage with 5:05 remaining in the first half and never looking back. [Read article]

· Women's hoops loses 3rd straight
· Men's Baseball: Power pitching leads Cats to series sweep
· Softball starts season perfectly in Pepsi Classic
· Men's Hoops Analysis: Frye, fellow big men live up to the height
· Icecats fall to under .500 after sweep by ASU
· Women's tennis off to best start since 1997 season
· Gymcat seniors stomp Cal
· Track qualifies seven more for NCAAs

The path to peace

"Democracies don't attack each other," President Clinton declared in his 1994 State of the Union address. Eleven years later, in his State of the Union, President Bush advanced the same hypothesis: Because democracies respect their own people and their neighbors, the advance of freedom will lead to peace." Both men summed up nicely the fundamental tenet of the "Democratic Peace Theory," namely, the idea that democracies do not go to war with one another. [Read article]

· The truth about our moral decline
· Mailbag

Latest Issue: February 3, 2005


The idea of midwives may seem 17th century to most people. However, the idea is not so foreign for guest director Rich Elliot, a UA alumnus, who uses personal experience to put a human face on this ancient term in Arizona Reparatory Theater's latest production, "Midwives."

"Midwives," adapted from the best-selling novel of the same title by Chris Bohjalian, is the story of Vermont midwife Sibyl Danforth (played by theater production senior Carley Preston). Danforth's pivotal choice to save the life of a newborn at the risk of losing the mother's life causes her life long turmoil. [Read article]

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'Hide and Seek' ruins De Niro
Commentary: A few tips to spice up Academy Awards
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Liveculture (Latest Issue: February 1, 2005)
All in the hips
Commentary: Belly dancers and strippers no one and the same

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