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New university smoking policy causes controversy

Smokers on campus will have to watch their cigarette butts; improper disposal of a cigarette butt equates to a $25 fine according to the newly approved smoking policy.

College students protest Proposition 8

Thousands of college students participated in a nationwide protest of the passage of Proposition 8.

Obama wins over youth with his policies

This past presidential election, America’s youth made their mark in electing a new face for our country in Barack Obama.

Students 'go fish'

Carnegie Mellon students may soon be able to “go fish” far beyond a game of cards.

Campus News in Brief

Design professor Anderson elected president, Deborah Moon named CFO of the Year, and other campus news this week

Statistically Speaking

The campaign against Proposition 8, the bill banning gay marriage in California, wages on. Here are some statistics about gay marriage.

Lecture Preview

Bill Ellioyt reflects on past 38 years and other lectures this week

Crime and Incident

Take a look at the crime report from this past week.

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