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Archive from Friday, February 27, 2004 (02/27/2004)
News
HIV speaker's message: Every moment counts, Karen Sanborn, Staff Writer
Health Services offers non-needle HIV test, Karen Sanborn, Staff Writer
Durham Housing memorandum fueled by rowdy renter, Mel Asmar, Staff Writer
2,000 Hockey East tickets are icy hot, Merideth Ford, Staff Writer
Granite State to define marriage once and for all, Grace Olson, TNH Reporter
Transportation, campus rec fees to increase, Mel Asmar, Staff Writer
Patriot Act's controversy rekindled, Amhal Majack, TNH Reporter
Reused notebooks have a certain "Lucky Charm", Andrea Bulfinch, Staff Writer
Here's the beef: Atkins appeals to UNH students, Michelle Giguere, TNH reporter
Calorie counter reveals weighty issue, Michael Terry, TNH reporter

Sports
UNH just one game away from record books, Geoff Parr - Staff Writer
Wildcats real in the hockey recruits, Patrick McCleary, TNH Reporter
Regulator's revenge, Michael Cooper, Staff Writer

Entertainment
Bela Fleck and Edgar Meyer astound audience in Portsmouth, Chris Hilsop, Staff Writer
A soul-stroking album, Cory Levine, Staff Writer
Macaulay Culkin returns to film in Home Alone 5: The Nightclub Catastrophe, Chris Sills, TNH Reporter
A Little piece of London comes to Durham, Meghann McClusky, TNH Reporter
America loves The Elected, Brendan MacDevette, TNH Critic-At-Large
Rentables: Alfred Hitchcock's "Notorious", Derek Cunningham, TNH Columnist

Editorial
Creating dialogue of many voices

Opinion
Sports column showed uninformed perspective, Lalya D'Emilia-Shepard, SHARPP Director
Mini dorms aren't as good as they seem, Mark Kilens, Freshman
The Running of Ralph: Remedy for Democracy, Jim Cavan, Junior
Society must challenge status quo thinking, Ryan Capers, Senior, Political Science
The definitely-not-satire column, Tom Olson, Noted Quack

Letters
Ignorance in comments on sexual assault
Important clarification on birth control

On The Spot
Can anything be done to salvage 'Saturday Night Live?' If so, what?

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