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Archive from Friday, February 13, 2004 (02/13/2004)
News
Relay for Life off to a running start, Grace Olson, TNH Reporter
A splash for a good cause, Grace Olson, TNH Reporter
Senate handed March 1 deadline to save Stella, Melanie Asmar, Staff Writer
Pro-life speaker encourages accomodations for women, Kristen Melamed, TNH Reporter
Harrison transplants urban roots to rural soil, Jason Simpson, TNH Reporter
Tough love for student organizations, Shauna Dineen, TNH Reporter
State Senate passes tougher riot laws, Melanie Asmar, Staff Writer
MUSO hooks students on entertainment, Andy Kitt, Staff Writer

Sports
Regulators Revenge, Michael Cooper, Staff Writer
Sturgill's late surge not enough for wildcats, Bobby Grassetti - Staff Writer
Matthias sees double while Black Bears attack, Geoff Parr, Staff Writer

Entertainment
Red Priest brings Baroque to the Johnson Theatre, Natascha Cumberlidge, TNH Reporter
Twisting not a problem, Brendan MacDevette, TNH Critic-At-Large
"Wonderland" brings porn to the big screen, again, Brendan MacDevette - TNH Critic-at-large
Amici Forever will kick your face in like no opera band in history, Natascha Cumberlidge, TNH Reporter
Rentables: Back to the Future III, Derek Cunningham, TNH Columnist

Opinion
Pro-boob, but also pro-brassiere, Rob Tobin, Senior
Hide your Hams, Bryan Rivard, Staff columnist
Joanne Stella is an important student advocate, Joe Miller, Senior
The Mysterious Karma of 1968, Jim Cavan, Junior
Socialism and love, Aaron Sandland, Sophomore
A reminder to potential fraternity men, Rick Fredrickson, Senior
The definatly-not-satire column, Tom Olson, Noted Quack

Letters
Sucess in Houston, Success in Durham, Carla Companion
Feminism does not imply common morality

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