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Wednesday, December 4, 2002
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Editorial cartoon


Employees deserve free exercise, too

The talk around campus, especially within the administration, is that the faculty and staff will have to pay a fee for use of the remodeled and renovated University Recreational Center.

Opinions from around the country

Advice to successfully navigate finals week
Chris Suffron

A senior offers the younger folks studying tips to help ease the stress of finals.
Honor code is needed to increase students’ integrity
Jose Luis Hernandez

A student honor code would not only promote trust and honesty among student body, but also increase university prestige.

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