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Friday, February 11, 2005

Likins not leaving alone: 3 in cabinet to also retire in 2006


Search for new UA president to kick off in May

When President Peter Likins retires in 2006, he's not going alone, as three members of his cabinet will also be handing over the reins. However, student leaders have high expectations for the next wave of administration.

Although they have not officially announced their retirement, Saundra Taylor, senior vice president for campus life, and Joel Valdez, senior vice president for business affairs, will be retiring in 2006, said Likins. Richard Powell, vice president for research, graduate studies and economic development, will retire this summer. [Read article]

· ASUA urges state for more aid
· Town Hall to address med school expansion
· National black AIDS/HIV awareness day prompts discussion
· MLK Center recognizes leaders in drum ceremony
· Same sex couples to rally for rights on Sunday
· Online Exclusive: Healthy Heart Program Emphasizes Importance of New CPR
· Word Up
· Fast facts

Men's Hoops:Cats earn Olson 300th Pac-10 win

Stoudamire's 26 paces Cats to another victory

Behind senior guard Salim Stoudamire's 26 points, Arizona men's basketball head coach Lute Olson became the second coach in Pacific 10 Conference history with 300 conference wins as the No.12 Wildcats beat Southern California 88-76 last night at the Los Angeles Sports Arena.

Arizona (20-4, 10-2) used an 18-8 spurt to start the second half to propel itself to the win over the Trojans (9-14, 2-10). [Read article]

· Men's Hoops Analysis: Balance key for UA, starters come up big
· Woman's Hoops: Cats come back, nip Bruins
· No. 11 baseball looks to stay unbeaten
· No. 1 softball tackles tourney in Phoenix
· Online Exclusive: Gymcats look to stay undefeated at home against Stanford
· Online Exclusive: Reeling Icecats try to rebound at Texas Tech
· Online Exclusive: Tough Road Tests Await Tennis Teams
· Online Exclusive: Swim and dive looks to "let loose" against ASU
· Online Exclusive: Track Looks to Extend Success in Seattle
· Laxcats open season at home
· Online Exclusive: Ruggers look to steal wins in SoCal

Breaking with the Union

The word "mandatory" is understandably repugnant to free-thinking college students, so it is of little surprise that the Residence Hall Association's mandatory meal plan proposal is being met with stalwart resistance. But while it is true that any new fee should be regarded with a healthy degree of skepticism, the proposal's failures often have nothing to do with the fact that it is mandatory.

Under the most recent proposition, a mandatory meal plan fee of $1,900 to $2,300 would be added to the tuition of students who opt to live in the residence halls. Dan Adams, director of the student unions, has touted the plan as a means of obtaining much-needed revenue, ostensibly to aid in upgrading current facilities as well as building new ones. [Read article]

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