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ISSUE 121 VOL 20 PUBLISHED 5/9/2008

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Articles written by staff and contributing authors.
Articles Written by: Tiffany Ayres
  • Choir concert to be aired (118-19)
  • Festival reaches out (118-17)
  • Joke prompts queries (118-17)
  • Panel discusses Abu Ghraib (118-16)
  • Red Lake memorial displays solidarity, support (118-15)
  • Weeks educate on Asia (118-15)
  • Grants give opportunity (118-14)
  • Health survey reveals surprises: Statistics show drinking, drug numbers below national average (118-13)
  • Senate passes paper program (118-12)
  • Conference focuses on economy concerns (118-11)
  • DVD options increase (118-10)
  • Seeking dimensions: Lecture gives insight into abstract math (118-9)
  • Heritage day honors memories (118-8)
  • Relay For Life kicks off (118-7)
  • Farm project takes root (118-6)
  • WCAL not endorsed by Senate (118-6)
  • Abroad cohort connects to Asia (118-5)
  • Push for young voters (118-3)
  • Transit runs town shuttle (118-2)
  • Science lectures stimulate (117-19)
  • Banquet recognizes retirees (117-19)
  • Science Symposium probes chaos theory (117-18)
  • Strange 'Meetings' (117-14)
  • Students make ‘Clock’ tick (117-8)
  • Dinner and dancing: Students spend evening with president (116-17)
  • Brunettes ponder roles (116-15)
  • Housing situation triple the trouble (116-15)
  • Priest urges shutdown of School of Americas (116-14)
  • Hall council rejuvenates student spirits (116-9)
  • Interim cautions elevated (116-8)
  • Poet reads from book-length poem 'Symphony' (116-6)
  • Mozart's "Requiem" performed at Vespers (116-5)
  • State cuts work study funds (116-4)



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