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Archive from Friday, April 23, 2004 (04/23/2004)
News
TBTN surviors are "Silent no more", Michelle Greenlaugh - TNH Reporter
And the winner is...
Hart calls future budget cuts "most challenging"
Muted voices communicate volumes, Bess Milligan - TNH Reporter
Listserv delivers info across Durham, Kristine Foisy - TNH Reporter
Entertainment that runs on the sun, Jeff Lewis - TNH Reporter
Banner making unifies student groups, Andrea Bulfinch - Staff Writer
Speaker advocates sexually safe communities, Andrea Bulfinch - Staff Writer
Children's play to showcase African folklore, Bess Milligan - TNH Reporter
Spring smokeout burns beyond the week, Andy Kitt - Staff Writer
Community steps up to plate for fire survivors, Diane Nolan - TNH Reporter
On May 23, seniors will say "Sianora", Liz Welch - TNH Reporter
BBQ raises more than $3300 for student with cancer, Chris Quartarone - TNH Reporter
Where's the party at? Not here., Kristan Melamed & Kristin Kehrmeyer, TNH Reporters
Life along the double yellow line:, Kaitlin Leary - TNH Reporter

Sports
UNH begins to roll, Staff Reports
Regulators revenge, Michael Cooper

Entertainment
UNH assistant professor's new novel explores memory and geography, Michele Filgate - Staff Writer
Shhhhh, Robert Blake is speaking, Chris Hilsop - Staff Writer
Central Station makes its NH debut, Dave Brooks - TNH Reporter
Freak Show, Matt Triest - TNH Reporter
Revenge can't come soon enough, Brendan MacDevette - TNH Critic-at-large
"Shorties" might be short lived, Chris Sills - TNH Reporter
Good Eats? Muddy River Smokehouse, Andy Kitt - Staff Columnist
Return of the genre-bending "Giants", Chris Hilsop - Staff Writer
Rentables: "Snow White - A Tale of Terror", Derek Cunningham, TNH Columnist

Editorial
You voted, we ad-libbed

Opinion
Our first trip as a human, Elizabeth Andrew, Senior
Season of change, Julie S. Doyle '82, Sfatt Member, UNH Foundation, Elliot Alumni Center
Pro-Israel does not bean anti-Palestine, Davida Harris, Junior
Women need respect, not protection, Christa Desjardins, Senior
You are appreciated, Mary D. Goldthwaite, Junior, Studio Arts & Women's Studies Major
Stepping it up a notch with ultimate Frisbee, Jeff Oliver - Graduate Student

Letters
Bush, Rumsfeld are not true leaders
Blame for job loss misguided
Corrections

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