Oct 18, 2018
"Although state support for higher education has started to slowly turn around as the economy improves, rising tuition reflects what one former student leader calls misplaced priorities by the state legislature.
"This has been going on for a long time now; at first they wanted to blame the recession," said Cesar Aguilar, executive director of the Arizona Students Association."
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UA Students protest education cuts
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Present, future students call on the Board of Regents to change tuition rates for deferred action students
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