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Open the books

April 12, 2005 Dr. Tallman Trask, Executive Vice President Dr. Larry Moneta, Vice President for Student Affairs Mr. Eddie Hull, Dean of Residence Life.


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The ditch

It was the day the Pope died, and I felt like a hungry wolf as I left my dorm room. I needed some things, some soap and toothpaste and something to eat.


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Alright

I had a stick of Carefree gum, but it didn’t work. I felt pretty good blowing that bubble, but as soon as the gum lost its flavor, I was back to pondering my own mortality.—Mitch Hedberg.


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Deans gone wild

In a statement to The Chronicle last week, an associate dean for judicial affairs allegedly claimed that under the “relaxed” university rules for sexual assault prosecution, the...


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Good laptop!

In the computer training workshops I run for OIT, people are always asking, “Mike, how do I train my computer to stop crashing?” So I thought I’d share some tips.


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A commitment to honor

Professor James Bonk recently announced to his Chemistry 83 class that homework would no longer be self-graded due to reports of cheating on the assignments.


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Ecce Sacerdos Magnus

The 20th century ended this past weekend with the death of its most important figure. Pope John Paul II breathed his last Saturday evening in a Vatican apartment overlooking St.