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Student government doesn't represent views of students

In response to the Issue of the Week, ASUA in its current form is completely useless. First of all, the candidates have been running on the same issues since my freshman year at least, probably longer. Especially my favorite useless issue: a student section at the basketball games. Every ASUA candidate promises to fight for it; nothing ever happens with it. [Read article]

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Guest Commentary: Strength based in America's foundations of life, liberty, justice; not found in military might

As we prepare to send our young men and women to Iraq to kill and be killed in the name of America, we must ask ourselves this question: Will this war succeed in achieving the goals of our nation? If the actual goal, as stated by our president, is to keep Americans safe from terrorism and to spread democracy throughout the Middle East, then a U.S.-led war on Iraq is the surest way to see that we fail in those endeavors. A U.S. strike will not only destabilize the region, but will also fuel the anti-American hatred off which terrorist recruiters feed. [Read article]

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Benedict needs a mission statement

Everyone knew the race for student body president would not be like last year.

Last year: landslide. This year: Neck-and-neck.

In an exciting general election race one that was decided by a mere 61 votes Freshman Class Council director J.P. Benedict barely won out the presidential election over administrative vice president Jered Mansell.

Neither Benedict nor Mansell was ideal for the job. [Read article]

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photo Our choice: containment or Armageddon

Revelation 16:16 describes the world's last great battle, in which the powers of good destroy the forces of evil. That battle is called Armageddon. Today, facing a deadly alliance between states that sponsor terror and decentralized terrorist networks, civilization must choose whether it will take offensive measures to contain and prevent the proliferation of weapons of mass destruction or be drawn into that war of biblical proportions. [Read article]

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