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ISSUE 118 VOL 8 PUBLISHED 11/12/2004


Research proves worrisome: Ethics behind embryonic stem cell exploration questioned

Stem cell research has become important in the last five years as a means for seeking a cure for diseases such as Parkinson's, Alzheimer's and multiple sclerosis.

Bin Ladens claims not unfounded

As I write this article I can only hope that John Ashcroft doesn't show up at my door. This is not to say that Osama Bin Laden is a cuddly teddy bear.

Native American Weeks promote respect

As some of you know (or most of you dont know), Native American Weeks have just concluded.

Just the beginning

In the wake of Decision 2004, campus life has returned to a state of normalcy. Student focus has shifted away from the state of Ohio and back to the state of the upcoming term paper.

Editorial completely irresponsible

I was shocked and offended upon reading the editorial One-time decisions in last weeks edition of the Messenger. This editorial was a prime example of irresponsible journalism: It was full of faulty facts and designed to mislead students about the workings of SGA.

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