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Archive from Wednesday, May 7, 2003 (05/07/2003)
News
First gay Bishop consecrated amidst controversy, Compiled by Karen Sanborn - Staff Writer
Police pursue 'Snipper' scandal and harassment at PKS, Compiled by Grace Olson
Senate busy with debates and resolutions, Compiled by Melanie Asmar, Staff Writer
Drug busts prompt stricter enforcement, Compiled by Tessa Fitzgerald, Staff Writer
New dining hall, new buildings, new problems, Compiled by Michele Filgate, Staff Writer
Riots propel student summit and legislative action, Compiled by Michele Filgate, Staff Writer
UNH is a hub for political powerhouses
Student attorney's position thrown into limbo, Compiled by Andrea Bulfinch, Staff Writer
Remembering Brian M. Hanafin

Sports
Saviano emerges as one of UNH's finest
UNH rallies from three-goal deficit to win title, Michael Cooper
#3 Cats build unprecedented 12-game win streak, Michael Cooper
#4 Bullock leads UNH in stunning upset over UVM, Bobby Grassetti- Staff Writer
#5 'Cats superb effors just fall short at home
#6 Wildcats "White out" Black Bears at the Whitt
#7 Coler leads Wildcats to the big show
#8 Wishoski scores five goals in playoff win
#9 'Cats have dynasty talks running all around, Staff Reports
#10 Wildcats balance their beam to nationals, Staff Reports
#10 Wildcats balance their beam to nationals, Staff Reports

Entertainment
Two semesters of culture from our friends at the Johnson Theatre, Staff Reports
Local musicians spice up in this piece

Editorial
Cheers and Jeers 2004

Opinion
Kean's comments during debate appropriate, Matthew MacVane, Senior
Realy for Life is a big success, Charlie Knuth, Student Body Vice President
Become educated before dismissing GE products, Melanie Berg, Plant Biology Department, Graduate Student
An apology requested in return, Jason Ratliff, Dover, NH
Week in greek, Christopher Hall, Interfraternity Council President & Merideth Cutter, Panhellenic Council President
Slippery slope analogy symptom of a much bigger problem, Jay Geigley, Senior
The Feminist Action League looking for radical feminist women, The Feminist Action League
Do Take Note, Whitney Williams

Letters
UHS Wins 2 National Menu Awards
Men should allow women only TBTN
Corrections

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