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ISSUE 121 VOL 10 PUBLISHED 12/7/2007


Tunnels incite forbidden adventure

In a place where secrets are currency, it wouldn't surprise anyone that underground networks hold a history of intrigue.

Gamers sacrifice academics

The Pause purchased a Nintendo Wii this year for students to play the highly accessible and fun "Wii Sports" and "Mario Party 8."

Opinions editors cast blame

Forgive me Editor, for I have sinned. It has been three weeks since my last editorial, and I find myself doubting the sanctity of the Opinions section.

Clinton alienates

Why, exactly, are Democrats so eager to resign themselves to the inevitability of Hillary Clinton's victory in the Democratic presidential primary?

Obama invigorates

It may be heating up in Iowa, but the presidential race on is no contest. According to Newsvine Election Center, one of the most widely used applications employed to support candidates, Barack Obama has 24 percent of the 277,870 votes (as of December 2).

Sudan imprisons teacher

This past week, Gillian Gibbons, a 54-year-old teacher from Liverpool, was arrested, imprisoned and then released by Sudanese officials in Khartoum, Sudan.

A Word from Our Editors: Celebrate

I love Christmas Fest, yet Ive never actually been to the event because I have a hard time sitting in one place for longer than 20 minutes, much less two-plus hours.

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