Campus Times
October 20, 2000



Role of teacher not in bedroom

The alarming trend of teachers becoming sexually involved with students needs to be reversed.

Health center should expand

The hours and services provided by the Student Health Center are far too limited for ULV's growing student body.



Napster whining is unnecessary

Brice Nixon, editor in chief, supports the controversial online music outlet.

Life's fulfillment is gift not to be overlooked

Alisha Rosas, editorial director, stops to smell the roses.

Closed presidential debate unfair to voters

Stacey Mleczko, features editor, demands more choice in America's political coverage.

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