Campus Times
October 26, 2001



Eating at Davenport is discouraged

Aramark seems to go out of its way to make nutrition harder to come by.

Civil liberties should be upheld

American law enforcement officials are in danger of violating the very rights they are sworn to uphold.


Parents over-react to anthrax

Christine Owen, editor in chief, is afraid of real-life boogeymen ruining Halloween for children.

Women and possessions are not synonymous

Tom Galaraga, managing editor, contends that not all men are boors.

Patents create unfair distribution of drugs

Anna Roy, assistant features editor, sees corporate politics standing in the way of better worldwide health care.

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