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Archive from Tuesday, April 13, 2004 (04/13/2004)
Guster reigns; Kerry kicks off college campaign, Chelsea Conaboy and Michele Filgate, Staff Writers
ADL justifies dismissial of Phi Kappa Sigma, Andrea Bulfinch - Staff Writer
Senate and administration remain divided on Stella decision, Melanie Asmar - Staff Writer
Salaam attentive to increasing minority enrollment, Jeanette Vrelits, TNH Reporter
Mini Baja machine accelerates into action, Grace Olson - Staff Writer
Local artist etches with permanet purpose, Nicole Cutler - TNH Reporter
Parking on Young Drive to be by permit only, Danielle Corbett, TNH Reporter

Student Body Election 2004
Clarke/Knuth aim to give students what they deserve
Clarke/Knuth Platform : In their own words
Massa/Lodge allies for student voices, Mike Lavers - Staff Writer
Massa/Lodge Platform : In their own words
Regan/Corson want to incorporate student strength, Anee Szeker, Staff Writer
Regan/Corson Platform: In their own words
Schanck/Mcmaster plan to commit to details, Michele Filgate
Schanck/Taylor Platform : In their own words
Colby Marques for UNH Student Trustee, Kristen Melamed - Staff Writer
Colby Marques Platform : In his own words
Patrick Sweezey for Board of Trustees, Jillian Sherlock - TNH Reporter
Patrick Sweezey's Platform : In his own words
How, where, and when to vote

Leland pours in eight points to sink Seawolves
UNH sends six teams packing at Wildcat Invitational, Staff Reports
Tennis wins again, Staff Reports
The Master, the mustache, and Thursday night madness, Joe Kennerson - Staff Writer
Club Briefs, Staff Reports
Conklin selected to represent America, Staff Reports
UNH races to impressive performance at home, Staff Reports
Wildcat briefs, Staff Reports

Well Cat
Holocaust Rememberance Day
Transitions to life beyond college
Transition to the working world
Transiton to graduate school
Senior Send off
What is the real cost of the food you eat?
Spring into action
The gift that keeps on living

Hot topics on the opinion pages

The definatly-not-satire column, Tom Olson - Buffer Overflow
Creating fear harms all of us
Community responsibility crucial in prevention of sexual violenve, Mary M. Moynihan - Research Associate Professor of Women's Studies
An older persective: discrimination, Andy Kitt - Staff Columnist
Generalizations do injustice to greek community, Rob Scagnelli, Senior
Senate resolution not a fair representation of student opinions, Jeff Paveglio - Freshman
Greeks do make a difference, Meredith Cutter, President, Panhellenic Council & Christopher Hall, President Intefraternity Council
Bring back the carbs, Marisa Fahey, Senior
Request for abstinence irrational, Laura Louise Plummer - Freshman
Check language used to dehumanize "others", Mark Rubenstein - Vice President, Student & Academic Services

Comments about sexuality are trivializing
Generalizing statesments about fraternities unfair

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