Campus Times
May 11, 2001



Elections should be done correctly

The snafus surrounding the latest ASF presidential election show the need to keep a tighter control on the system.

United States policy on China too extreme

Presidents Clinton and Bush had vastly differing approaches to diplomacy with China -- and both have done more harm than good.



Day reminds of what we have

Alisha Rosas, editor in chief, reflects on love and loss for Mother's Day.

University should respect student expression

Christine Owen, managing editor, faults administrators' handling of a controversial painting on The Rock.

Accident is an indicator of irresponsibility

Tom Galaraga, assistant managing editor, uncovers a case of negligence on campus.


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