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Archive from Tuesday, April 27, 2004 (04/27/2004)
$1.5 billion road map includes many changes for UNH, Kristen Melamed - TNH Reporter
Students combine skills to create CO2 sucking product, Jillian Sherlock - TNH Reporter
Former UNH police officer to be sentenced in July, Bridget Kurchyn - TNH Reporter
Student finds thrills just a jump away, Donna Brigley - TNH Reporter
Summit explores topics concerning transgendered persons, Mike Lavers - Staff Writer
Fraternities' fire code violtions resolved, Julia Diament - TNH Reporter
DSC to deliver doses of culture, Grace Olsen - Staff Writer
Trio presents '3-D' perspective of Israel, David Wittmer - TNH Reporter
Forum speaker: "We have destroyed stability", Amahl Majack - TNH Reporter

UNH walks over Albany in 10th straight win, Staff Reports
'Cats victorious at Wilcat Invitational, Staff Reports
UNH sprints through Invitational in style, Staff Reports
Coler adds her final pieces to trophy case, Staff Reports
Cup of Joe, Joe Kennerson - Staff Writer
Club briefs, Staff Reports
Crew wins three of four, Staff Reports
Author addresses the representation of women in media, Nichole Cutler - TNH Reporter

Selflessness over selfishness and Listening toward awareness

Appreciation and observations on Take Back the Night, Mark Rubinstein - Vice President, Student & Academic Services
Fighting freedom in Iraq, Steven Diamond, Durham - UNH Alumnus
Student body needs involvement, not apathy, James Bednark, Commuter Senator, Student Activity Fee Committee Chairman
Week in Greek, Diana Gallo, Panhellenic Public Relations Chair
Choice is not just a woman's issue, Meghann McCluskey, UNH Students for Choice, sophomore
Feminism should reach toward common goals, Jessica Fish, Junior, Religious Studies and Women's Studies Major
Ode to redheads, Laura Louise Plummer, Freshman
Raping vs. Rioting: Which is worse?, Erik Swanson - Staff Columnist

There is support for those out of the closet
Don't neglect Palestine
Speak-out opened eyes
Choose allies carefully

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