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Political campaigning not so "clean"

There are a few things I feel need to be addressed in relation to everyone on campus who was campaigning for either president, or just for people to vote.

First, you did a great job in getting the word out and getting people to vote. I'll admit that by Election Day I didn't want to see anyone else telling me to vote, but I can understand the reasoning for the large push.

 

Progressives must unite

Call me idealistic. I sincerely thought progressive Americans were unified this time, that we were compelled by our compassion, our humanity and our common desire for social justice. On Election Day I imagined us swarming the polls across the nation, determined to oust a president hell-bent on eroding our civil liberties.

Ex-democrat offers advice for Democrats

I am writing today for the purpose of offering my advice to the Democratic Party and their supporters. Many of you are thinking: "this guy is a miserable failure, how did he get another four years?" Here is my advice and key points that doomed Kerry and other Democratic hopefuls last Tuesday.

 

SRRR outlines expectations and consequences

In a recent editorial, The New Hampshire joined the Student Senate in condemning the Office of the Vice President for Student & Academic Services for what TNH and Senate both perceive to be a breach in our administration of the Student Rights, Rules and Responsibilities (SRRR).

I'll Call the Airline

"May you live in interesting times."
--- Ancient Chinese curse


A typical New Englander's sole experience of Ohio, if they are unfortunate enough to have one, usually revolves around the Ohio Turnpike, a 250-mile, five-hour-long construction zone that costs $50 in tolls just to cross. So, for the sake of an informed public, let me give you the background on this election's Florida:


A typical New Englander's sole experience of Ohio, if they are unfortunate enough to have one, usually revolves around the Ohio Turnpike, a 250-mile, five-hour-long construction zone that costs $50 in tolls just to cross.

 

God: Nice Work, America

In a press conference yesterday, God the Father confirmed the rumors: He wholeheartedly approves of America's recent electoral choices, and in fact He could scarcely be more pleased. The general election, which was held Tuesday, significantly increased the power of the Republican Party and affirmed the superiority and imminent ascendancy of conservative, Christian values.

Do Take Note

I am sick to death when I think about a country "misunderestimated" by George W. Bush for four more years. But I am also disgusted by the limit to the choices I had when I went to the polls. Hmmm: one corporate, privileged white man versus another? (Cheers, Granny D!) There is something wrong with a country as diverse as ours being led continuously by white men.

 

This Week In Greek

Chi Omega-

The sisters of Chi Omega kept up their energy after recruitment and Homecoming and ended October with a couple of philanthropies. About 40 sisters volunteered at the New Hampshire Small Business Development Center's 20th Anniversary Celebration in Manchester.


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