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UA forecast: browner, drier

Citizen Staff Writer
Our Opinion

The University of Arizona campus is known for red-brick buildings, sparkling fountains and the green and grassy Mall.

Forget the last two.

As part of its budget-cutting efforts, UA will halt some of its landscaping and shut off the fountains.

That’s unfortunate, but it makes sense. UA must save its scarce dollars for its core missions: community outreach, research and education.

Nonetheless, we hope the fountains and grass return when the economic rainy days pass.

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