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ISSUE 116 VOL 1 PUBLISHED 9/13/2002

News

Storage parking restricts students’ weekday travel

Parking spaces are a rare commodity on campus. For many students the only way to have a car on campus is to apply for a storage-parking permit, which allows those who live at least 200 miles away from campus to store their cars at the college in lots J and I.

Dinners provide discussion

Political ads are being broadcast in rapid fire this campaign season. Candidates’ faces are plastered on posters, billboards, and brochure covers.

Examination adjustments implemented

The Graduate Reconds Examination (GRE), taken by students seeking admittance to graduate school, has recently undergone some major changes that will be put into effect this October. Previously an entirely multiple-choice test administered on a computer, the GRE has added structural revisions to better assess the skills and abilities of prospective graduate students.

When human bonds are broken’; Community gathers for remembrance, renewal of hope

Light poured in through the stained glass windows of Boe Chapel Wednes-day morning, as students sat shoulder to shoulder, unsure of how the anniversary of Sept. 11 would unfold.

Proposed Science Center promises upgrades

Preliminary plans are underway for the development of a new Science Center that will accommodate up-to-date science education and research.

Weekend festival spurs spirit of Wild West: Annual "Defeat of Jesse James Days" attracts students, t

Whether cowboy hats inspire smiles or squirms, Northfield residents undoubtedly saw their share of western styles last weekend. The 54th Annual Defeat of Jesse James Days Celebration proved to be popular among college students and community members alike.

2006 class sets size record

From scholars and athletes, mascots to firefighters, the Class of 2006 has it all.

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