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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: Lauren Radomski
  • Three receive classics awards (120-18)
  • Day of Service unites (120-17)
  • LARPers keep it real (120-15)
  • Styles past, present give winter the boot (120-13)
  • Martin connects (120-12)
  • Eat food, not face in Caf (120-11)
  • Making history with music (120-9)
  • Sons bond with moms (120-7)
  • Simple tips to avoid stressing out (120-6)
  • Dads, daughter bond (120-6)
  • Hypnotist mesmerizes students (120-4)
  • Cubbies reduce theft (120-4)
  • Holdups delay Boe renovations (120-3)
  • Scooters strike up an enthusiastic following (120-3)
  • Old shoes find new glory (120-1)
  • Caf-tastrophe: Spills happen to everyone, but how do students handle a caf tray fiasco? (120-1)
  • Cuts take toll (119-10)
  • Fathers, daughters breakfast, keep perspective (119-9)
  • Survey gauges community (119-9)
  • Carleton receives apology letter with signatures (119-8)
  • Carleton receives apology letter with signatures (119-8)
  • Senate offers apology letter (119-7)
  • Artisans' bazaar displays crafts (119-6)
  • In the presence of royalty: Crown Prince praises heritage, encourages peace (119-6)
  • Hillman talks politics (119-5)
  • Arms out for life: Drive collects blood for patients (119-5)
  • Archivist’s ‘Tidbit Tour’ proves tasty (119-4)
  • Homecoming, Elvis-style: "Viva Las Vegas"-themed events delight, entertain (119-3)
  • Transit gets help (119-2)
  • Faculty members leave memories (119-1)
  • Raza shows other side of culture: Festival celebrates Latino heritage with speakers, events (118-19)
  • Scholz gives 'last words' (118-19)
  • Leaving their mark (118-18)
  • Wind plans move ahead (118-13)
  • Cleaning up, forming friendships (118-10)
  • Holiday gift drive brings patients joy (118-10)
  • Forming support 'Club' (118-8)
  • Haven for all to play: Accessible playground planned for handicapped (118-5)
  • Women set for MIAC play (117-9)
  • Plant holds a powerful mystery (117-8)
  • Women suffer tough defeat at Carleton (117-7)
  • Sleep-out raises empathy (117-6)
  • Umbanhowar awarded for dedication to honor society (117-4)
  • Heritage month explores Latin roots (117-2)



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