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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: Julie Gunderson
  • Patrick counters Weddington (118-17)
  • Showers sour invite (118-17)
  • Judge talks partisanship (118-12)
  • Hockey shoots past foes (118-9)
  • Golf takes fifth in MIAC (118-5)
  • Women battle in MIAC: New defensive scheme gives team hope (118-2)
  • Panel presents gay marriage views (117-18)
  • Home cooking (117-18)
  • Season of streaks continues (117-16)
  • Tennis performs well despite record (117-14)
  • Affirmation of beliefs: Chavez advocates higher standards in education (117-13)
  • Oles capture hearts of fans (117-11)
  • Mass. Court fuels gay marriage debate: Judges trump ballots (117-10)
  • NCAA’s reforms miss the point (117-10)
  • Women still searching for win (117-10)
  • Hockey beats Northland (117-10)
  • Women clipped by Gustavus (117-8)
  • Oles down Gusties in season finale: Germscheid leads defensive charge, scores two touchdowns (117-8)
  • Debate flares over civil unions (117-8)
  • Football takes beating (117-7)
  • Kobe’s Public Hearing (117-7)
  • Beyond circumstances; Student finds fault with liberal ideology (117-7)
  • Men dominate Auggies, advance to playoffs (117-6)
  • Volleyball’s season ends in loss to Knights (117-6)
  • Royals’ dominating defense overwhelms Oles (117-5)
  • From the locker room: Women create strong bond on, off soccer field (117-5)
  • Women look forward after unfulfilling finish to year (117-4)
  • Killing dreams: WUSA needs savior (117-4)
  • Soccer shooting for high goals (117-4)
  • Dems lack issues, target Bush (117-3)
  • First year leads men (117-2)
  • Volleyball set to claim MIAC: Oles aiming beyond preseason predictions (117-1)
  • Golf takes first at Carleton (116-19)
  • Bush's faith unjustly attacked (116-19)
  • Ferguson’s life celebrated (116-18)
  • Soul of a Citizen’: Loeb encourages civic engagement (116-17)
  • Colleges stifle political views (116-16)
  • Unrest in March leads to Madness (116-15)
  • Civil liberties questioned (116-15)
  • Speakers debate relevance of UN (116-15)
  • Feminists split by politics (116-14)
  • Democrats betray minorities by blocking circuit judge appointment (116-13)
  • Debate sparks dialogue (116-13)
  • Black History Month celebrates cultural balance in community (116-12)
  • America's left jumps ship (116-11)
  • Kline listens to community concerns on education, war (116-11)
  • Kline listens to community concerns on education, war (116-10)
  • Student vandal arrested (116-10)
  • Peaceful ambition: Community gathers for anti-war protest (116-9)
  • Pioneers, founders honored (116-8)
  • Penny, Coleman, Bly eye finish line (116-7)
  • Luther defends vote for Iraqi resolution: Congressional, governor races examined as candidates discu (116-6)
  • Shot at safety (116-5)
  • Candidates reflect on controversial topics (116-5)
  • Election agendas laid out (116-4)
  • Little raises questions on foreign policy (116-4)
  • Inside the Lines (116-4)
  • SquirrelMail service offers key features (116-3)
  • Storage parking restricts students’ weekday travel (116-1)
  • Dinners provide discussion (116-1)
  • Pritchard on the road to recovery (115-21)
  • Pritchard on the road to recovery (115-20)
  • Cederberg honored by Physics Society (115-19)
  • Die hard parents on the rise (115-19)
  • Pritchard undergoes emergency operation (115-18)
  • Alumnae snag Pulitzer Prizes (115-18)
  • Buntrock’s fraud can’t be hidden (115-17)
  • Students rally for financial aid (115-15)
  • Luther’s politics and modernity explained (115-14)



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