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Couple Commentators enlighten crowds

October 6, 2008 Comments

Emily Gummelt

She was a high school homecoming queen, and he starred in the 2007 flick “The Assassination of Jesse James.” She is a Libertarian Individualist who served as a political director for President George H. Bush’s re-election campaign in 1992, while he served as Clinton’s. They were married shortly after that election.  The two political rivals […]

Western mourns

April 24, 2007 Comments

Lauren Epps

The dust of Virginia Tech has settled, however, the minds of students, parents, faculty and administrators across the nation have not.

Arizona Supreme Court takes up tuition case

April 24, 2007 Comments

U-Wire

By Djamila Grossman PHOENIX – The Arizona Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to consider the legality of a case in which former University of Arizona students sued the Arizona Board of Regents for increasing tuition by nearly 40 percent in 2003.

HPV vaccine may be expanded to men

April 17, 2007 Comments

U-Wire

By Jason Koebler COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Growing concerns about the spread of human papillomavirus may lead to a vaccine, now available for women, to be administered to men.

Study reveals inequality in higher education salaries

April 17, 2007 Comments

U-Wire

By Jenna Morrison PROVO, Utah – A study published by the American Association of University Professors Thursday showed an interesting disparity in the salaries of employees of different universities across the country.

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