Enough of MSA for a while, there’s a war on: Toronto Star: “Language always one of war’s first casualties“ Financial Times: “Ideologues reshape world over breakfast“ “With a few words of caution – that the war to oust Saddam Hussein was not yet over – the panel of speakers, part of the Bush administration’s ideological […]

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There’s something that’s been bugging me that I need to get off my chest. It is summed up in this comment posted anonymously on my website below:“It is clear that Affirmative action is not favored by students. As a result, MSA should stop spending so much money on Affirmative Action and, instead, channeling that money […]

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I just added the point totals for the non-elected candidates in the LSA-SG Election to that results page. If anybody has other election results they’d like to see here (UMEC, Engin senior class officers) feel free to email them to me at rob at goodspeedupdate.com and I’ll post them. MSA History enthusiasts: I just posted […]

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Check out the “Unseen Gulf War” by photojournalist Peter Turnley. Also, after scooping the Daily on the MSA elections for four straight semesters, they decided to run with the election results on their website today. See, that wasn’t so hard, was it? However, they still did not print a breakdown of the entire results – […]

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NEW:LSA-SG Election Results MATZ/BROWN WIN LSA-SG PRESIDENT; S1 TAKES 6 SEATS, U-PARTY 3 MSA Election Results: GALARDI/PERRY DEFEAT U-PARTY CHALLENGE; S1 TAKES 12 MSA SEATS, U-PARTY 10>>Winter 2003 MSA Election Results MSA VOTERS SAY THEY OPPOSE AFFIRMATIVE ACTION BY NARROW MARGIN WITH MANY UNDECIDED New visitors: to recieve email updates about additions to this webpage, […]

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5:00 p.m. – Rally for Peace, Diag6:00 p.m. – Demonstration for Peace at Federal Building on Liberty“After drumming at the Federal Building, we’ll march down Fourth Avenue to Washington and up Main Street to Liberty, returning to the Federal Building. There we’ll trade in drums for candles.The candlelight vigil will begin with a song by […]

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PRO-WAR ACTIVISM UPDATE: Student activists plan to hold a pro-war event on the Diag today, beginning just before the 5 p.m. peace vigil today. Also, a local organizer is calling for a “Support Our Troops Rally,” for 2 p.m. this Saturday. In a mass email distributed to Republican party members statewide, the organizers wrote, “If […]

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