Campus Times
April 25, 2003

photo by Jennifer Contreras

The corner's of Arrow Highway and Indian Hill Boulevard was the sight of a war rally, with people from all sides of the issue. April 4, was like any other Friday afternoon where community members carried signs and banners to show either their support for the war or their opposition. Those rallying for the support of U.S. troops in the Middle East say that their demonstrations are in direct response to the anti-war protests that started as early as last fall. For more on the two sides of the protest, see the special pull-out section in today's issue.

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