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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: April Wright
  • A Word from Our Editors: Two steps forward (121-20)
  • Gospel Gossip makes a splash (121-19)
  • Lutefest: Fun, folk and festivities (121-19)
  • Jayber Crow grows up with Stories (121-18)
  • How to break up with your advisor (121-17)
  • Academic totem crumbles (121-17)
  • R.E.M. releases new album (121-16)
  • Irish rockers' style slides (121-14)
  • Nude Models: An exposed exposé (121-14)
  • Mountain Goats backpedal (121-12)
  • Southgate surprises (121-11)
  • Faculty assesses grade inflation (121-10)
  • Over the hill on the Hill (121-9)
  • Creationists trash students (121-8)
  • Wayward Hayward visits the Pause (121-7)
  • Green fuel threat dramatized (121-7)
  • Watson touts racism (121-5)
  • Puttin' a S-P-E-L-L on you (121-4)
  • Arcade Fire lights up (121-3)
  • Singer matures with full band (121-1)
  • Crow, Koza impress crowd (120-20)
  • Band's debut album perfect for summer (120-20)
  • Cinco de Norway: A Lutefest preview (120-20)
  • Earth Day motivates (120-19)
  • Vinyl records please on the cheap (120-18)
  • Geothermal benefits (120-16)
  • New media movies freshen old films (120-16)
  • Warriors of the satirical newscast era: Fox News Channel battles Stewart and Colbert (120-15)
  • Songstress Haley Bonar preps for Pause (120-14)
  • New "Battlestar" beats old (120-14)
  • Portland's Thermals detonate in Minneapolis (120-13)
  • Science forums unite public, experts (120-13)
  • Bush flips climate stance (120-12)
  • Halloween, Alaska draws high praise, attendance (120-11)
  • Sexual assault degrades (120-10)
  • Vegetarian holiday survival guide (120-10)
  • Jayber Crow, Jason Anderson rock Hilleboe lounge (120-8)
  • Zoos change philosophy (120-8)
  • Sixth 'Spyro' video game falls flat (120-7)
  • Fist Full of Knuckles engages small crowd (120-6)
  • Jamnesty performances disappoint: Despite a lackluster line-up, concert raises money for Darfur (120-6)
  • Science tests itself (120-6)
  • Whaling harms world (120-5)
  • Who's hot and who's not in state politics (120-5)
  • Meat costs environment, Caf (120-4)
  • Prehistoric beast thrills crowds (120-4)
  • Decemberists’ storytelling delights (120-4)
  • The best and the worst of aquarium fish (120-3)
  • Creationists create strife (120-3)
  • Ethanol greens Minnesota (120-3)
  • Thriftstores peddle unique clothing (120-2)
  • R.E.M. retrospective first-rate (120-1)
  • Facilities fix hail damage (120-1)
  • Cigs and cycles: Team competes, dominates (119-20)
  • Science symposium addresses green chemistry (119-20)
  • Metric stumble on 'Live it Out' (119-19)
  • Fires preserve natural lands, promote research (119-19)
  • Tuition discussed (119-18)
  • Housing limitations discussed (119-17)
  • Eccentric reminds rich of absurdity (119-17)
  • Flaming Lips fight a wimpy battle with (119-16)
  • Chairs deal with grade inflation (119-15)
  • Survey guages climate (119-13)
  • Gisselman talks shop (119-12)
  • Contest curbs extra energy use (119-11)
  • Grades inflate unfairly (119-10)
  • Survey gauges job satisfaction, political views (119-10)
  • 'Bat Boy' sighting (119-10)
  • Art exhibit out of this world (119-9)
  • Efforts promote green computing (119-9)
  • 'Scene' beats critics: 17-member collective lives up to hype (119-8)
  • Clinic delays shots (119-7)
  • Decemberists set sail at First Ave.: Portland rockers impress with theatrical performance (119-6)
  • Act endangers species (119-5)
  • Seafood tour educates (119-4)
  • Renovations revamp hill (119-2)
  • Turbine project moves forward (119-1)



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