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Archive from Friday, April 30, 2004 (04/30/2004)
News
2004 commencement speaker named, Chelsea Conaboy - Staff Writer
Feminists feel fraternities took over TBTN, Andrea Bulfinch - Staff Writer
UNH group works to re-unite African family, Meghann McCluskey - TNH Reporter
Alliance disappointed in Kean's choices, Blake McGurty - TNH Reporter
Same-sex marriage supporters oppose shelving the issue, Amahl Majack - TNH Reporter
New law focurses on underage parties, Andrew Sawyer
New COLSA dean hired without due process, Jaclyne Salzillo - TNH Reporter
41 students march for choice in Washington, Johanna O'Brien - TNH Reporter
Kingsbury's construction goes on with a bang, Ben Hoy - TNH Reporter
Outing Club named organization of the year, Patrick McClary - TNH Reporter
Running Wireless relocates to an old sweet spot, Liz Welch - TNH Reporter
Hillel serves up fun and falafels, Scott Kinney - TNH Reporter

Sports
Regulators Revenge, Michael Cooper
Cahill notices 50th, 'Cats win 11 straight

Entertainment
The Mighty Quinn, Matt Triest - TNH Reporter
Takacs Quartet brings Beethoven to the Johnson Theatre, Eben Lillie - TNH Reporter
Seeking Homer, Paige Bowes, TNH Reporter
What about Bob?, Brendan MacDevette - Staff Writer
Good Eats? The Bedford Village Inn, Andy Kitt - Staff Columnist
Rentables: "Raising Arizona", Derek Cunningham - TNH Columnist

Editorial
Goodbye and good luck, from two Trashy News Hustlers

Opinion
An invitation to see Student Senate's real work, Matthew MacVane, Senior
The definatly-not-satire column, Tom Olson
Aunt Flow looks forward to Regionals, seeks future frisbee stars, Jeff Oliver - Graduate Student
Faminists do work towards common goals, Christa Deshardins, Senior
What Shaw's Supermakerts don't want you to know, Rachel Huckins and Emily Ward, Members of the true Food Network and SEAC
Take back the night has origins as a women only event

Letters
Men must be part of the solution
Poor judgement on article selection
The sun as energy at SolarFest
NH Tree Summit participante finds UNH a safe environment

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