Ties That Bind 

Internal struggles in the UA Mexican American Studies department grow due to ties to TUSD

Internal struggles, not the UA administration, may be to blame for the recent ouster of the student-led group UNIDOS from the university's Mexican American Studies department. Four days before the first anniversary of the student takeover of the TUSD board meeting that…

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