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Friday, March 5, 2004
Chapman elected president of ASUA

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Shapiro to appeal loss to ASUA Supreme Court

CHAPMAN 58.5% SHAPIRO 41.4%

Alistair Chapman won the ASUA presidential election, defeating Josh Shapiro with 58. 5 percent of the votes.

Just a few hours before the election results were announced, Shapiro, who received 41.4 percent of the votes, filed an appeal with the ASUA Supreme Court, saying elections commissioner Dan Suh violated the elections code.

Shapiro said Suh attended Chapman's post-primary campaign party and failed to write up Chapman supporters who campaigned within 75 feet of a voting station. [Read article]

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Students use GPS units to hide, find objects on campus

When darkness hides corners of campus in shadows, people creep around the UA with only one goal: to find hidden treasures.

People using nothing but intuition and satellite data find these treasures, or "caches," using Global Positioning System coordinates on their hand-held GPS units.

A GPS unit, about the size of a cell phone, pinpoints a location using a worldwide ratio-navigation system that collects data from satellites and their ground stations. [Read article]


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