Campus Times
March 15, 2002



Some simple dining requests, please

ULV is looking for a new on-campus food provider -- we'd like to place our order now.


U.S. should be more attentive

Ryan MacDonald, editor in chief, reports his heart-felt sympathies regarding the terror in most European countries.

Drivers should prove their mettle annually

Tim Tevault, managing editor, hopes for a law to strip licenses from undeserving motorists.

Nuclear policy should not be taken lightly

Amanda Stutevoss, sports editor, relates how America being the top developer of nuclear weapons, should lead a worldwide campaign to hault the use and development of nuclear arms.


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