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End of All-Male Dorm Sparks Vandalism

In what seemed like a last attempt to demonstrate against Residential Life and Service’s decision last Thursday to turn Zechiel Hall, an all-male, predominantly athletic residence hall on north campus into a co-ed residence hall by next year, vandals caused destruction throughout the building. The vandalism occurred throughout the weekend.
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The World
Report Highlights Financial Aid Discrepancies

Those who think that working hard in school and earning good grades are enough to get a student to college are apparently mistaken. According to a report by the Advisory Committee on Student Financial Assistance to the United States Department of Education, many low-income students’ needs for financial aid are going unfulfilled in two-year and four-year state colleges as well as four-year private colleges.
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End of All-Male Dorm Sparks Vandalism

Meeting for Muska Action Adjourned After Disruption

Former Dean Dies

Film Studies Major Planned

SFC Leaves Strays In The Cold

Value City Has Brand Names For A Dollar

Blood Drives Bans Sexually Active Gay Men From Donating

Famous Black Feminist Returns To Give Lecture

Student Action Affects Clinics

Report Highlights Financial Aid Discrepancies

Students Describe Experience of Globalization Conference