Campus Times
April 26, 2002



ASF money should benefit all

How can the entire student body allow its own money to be funneled towards one small group of people?


Supernatural powers... just visiting

Ryan MacDonald, editor in chief, relates his experiences with the supernatural powers of Ouija.

Cheaters never prosper, so think again

Tim Tevault, managing editor, poses the questions as to why 80 percent of college students cheat and why they should not.

Collective efforts can lead to change

Anna Roy, editorial director, tells how supporters have not given up their pursuits of justice in what most believe is a racial profiling case gone awry.

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