October 6, 2000
Students should practice restraint when it comes to these intoxicating
The recent vandalism of a Jewish school in Woodland Hills proves that
anti-Semitism is still sadly alive.
Brice Nixon, editor in chief, thinks his department deserves better
treatment than it gets.
Julia Carachure, assistant managing editor, surveys the damage done
Heather Baxter, assistant sports editor, believes the courts should
not decide the fate of conjoined twin girls.
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