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Archive from Friday, December 3, 2004 (12/03/2004)
News
Meeting held to fix the flow of Main Street, Judi Currie
Fulbright Senior Specialist returns from Bangkok, Judi Currie
Locals hold vigil for Palestinians, Michael Bush
Globe reporter and UNH alumna shares journalism advice with students, Arley DeMark
Winter brings SAD back to campus, Michelle Greenhalgh
Monologues make 4th appearance at UNH, Katherine Rand
Despite some silenced bells, Salvation Army rings on, Mike Grosse
Not enough time to sleep, Erica Bornstein
This Day In TNH History
Memorial pays respect to fallen swimmer, Patrick McClary
Foster's photographer pleads not guilty to misdemeanors, Michele Filgate
Whittaker waives right to arraignment, Andrea Ladd

Sports
Revels' Glen, Michael Cooper
Vetrano leads Wildcats to yet another win victory, Patrick McClary
UNH continues to struggle against big teams

Arts & Living
Dylan freewheels into Durham, Derek Cunningham
Jeff Corwin shares his animal adventures, Cara Murphy
Good Eats? Chili's Grill and Bar, Andrew Kitt
Rentables: The Omen, Derek Cunningham
Word Savvy Wildcats, Michele Filgate
"What You Waiting For?" Listen to Gwen Stefani's new solo album, Constantina Venetos
Dismantling an atomic bomb might be more enjoyable than U2's latest effort, Ken Gagnon
Matt Pond PA creates nostalgic gem: set to play, Chris Hislop
Max Heinegg aims high with new solo effort, Chris Hislop
Cullen on Dylan, Matthew Cullen

Editorial
First Amendment allows press to keep government in check

Commentary
Professors should express their opinions freely, Dan Vorosmarty, Senior
The Definitely-Not-Satire Satire Column
Some thoughts on "elitism", Jim Cavan

Letters
Regards from Missoula, Mont.
Facts should back up opinion, Brennan Riley, Sophomore

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