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Letters to the Editor

I must congratulate you for such a powerful article ["Power is yours" by Raechel Fittante, Feb. 21], and I hope you can help inspire more people in to actually participating on campus.

Letters to the Editor

I was outraged when I read the article about David Riffle being convicted of violating Jamie Bigornia's civil rights ["Verdict reached in Bigornia case," Feb. 7].

Local sorority becomes Phi Sigma Sigma

What was once a local sorority named Phi Theta Chi founded in 1992 will soon be a chapter of the international sorority Phi Sigma Sigma, founded in 1913.

Ananian, student opinion clash on Spot prices

Apart from student complaints about the high prices at the Spot, the campus snack bar barely manages to break even each semester.

Students journey to Tecate

Four hours south of the United States border lies the quaint town of Tecate, Mexico, inhabited by simple people who lead simple lives. Within this town is the Orfanatorio de Nazareth, an orphanage run by Catholic nuns.

How do you feel about the proposed federal aid cuts?

Students share their views on the federal financial aid cuts in the Contract With America.

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