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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: Stephanie Soucheray
  • Kneser presents safety plan (120-19)
  • 'Grindhouse' disappoints (120-18)
  • Milano sparks racial debate (120-16)
  • Milano sparks racial debate (120-16)
  • Land use evaluated (120-15)
  • Giving kicks off (120-14)
  • Rusesabagina talks genocide (120-13)
  • Turn on the taps in Buntrock (120-12)
  • Candidates Argue (120-12)
  • OleVille debuts as resource (120-11)
  • Cold War kills another (120-10)
  • Chapels celebrate (120-10)
  • Manitou Cottage closes doors (120-10)
  • Events offer opportunities for relaxation (120-9)
  • Registration occurs online (120-8)
  • Modulars satisfy (120-7)
  • Seniors plan their futures (120-7)
  • Halloween haunts Buntrock (120-6)
  • Crime taints mood (120-5)
  • Coppola’s modern ‘Marie’ sparkles (120-5)
  • Elnimeiry teaches language (120-4)
  • Scholar Grell challenges characteristics of global citizenship (120-4)
  • Illegal downloading punished (120-3)
  • Anderson praises undergraduate experience (120-2)
  • 'Last Kiss' fails to captivate audience (120-1)
  • First-year class excels, excites administrators (120-1)
  • Volunteers serve (119-20)
  • Fulbrights announced (119-19)
  • 'United 93' tackles terror with grace (119-19)
  • "Thank You for Smoking" a bit of a drag (119-18)
  • St. Paul smoking ban helps no one (119-16)
  • Lecture addresses proper grief (119-14)
  • Belle & Sebastian a little too precious (119-14)
  • Puckett's death breaks hearts (119-14)
  • Griffin lone Ole woman going to Nationals (119-13)
  • V-Week events change focus (119-12)
  • Facebook comments punished (119-11)
  • Hopefuls bring danceable tunes to too-small crowd (119-7)
  • Programs watch safety abroad (119-5)
  • Arcade Fire host lively 'Funeral' (119-4)
  • Gay ban misguided (119-4)
  • Dorm myths (119-3)
  • Guster rocks, mocks alcohol-charged crowd (118-19)
  • Grell receives award (118-18)
  • Graceful pope honored (118-16)
  • Personal media multiplies (118-15)
  • 'Anger' has an upside (118-15)
  • Arts guild involves students (118-13)
  • Patchwork of poems (118-11)
  • Benson divines flight to States (118-10)
  • Masters debate (118-6)
  • Lonely rebel prince seeks army (118-5)
  • Volunteers unite to help flood victims (118-3)
  • James gang invades (117-19)
  • New spring concert to feature blues, local bands (117-18)
  • Executive stipends increased: Senate votes to double pay, debates name change (117-17)
  • Budget issues cut Wellness Center funds (117-14)
  • New Strategic Plan proposed (117-10)
  • Need-blind aid reconsidered (117-8)
  • Board plants tulips (117-6)
  • Men dispose of nationally ranked Gusties, turn to rest of conference (117-3)
  • Women’s golf primed for success (117-2)
  • Women’s golf primed for success (117-2)
  • McDonald replaces Book (117-1)



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