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Students encounter problems at the polls
After an aggressive voter registration drive by District student advocacy group D.C. Students Speak, a
GUSA, administration discuss student advocacy

Saxa Politica: Freedom of speech not a trivial pursuit

Campus Plan hearing begins today

Polls open online as RJC begins reform

Relay takes aim at fundraising record

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Comeau coming up big in his sophomore season
Standing just five feet, eight inches tall, Travis Comeau does not look like your stereotypical, hulking Division I lacrosse player. The sophomore attack does not act like a typical lacrosse star either, remaining humble while displaying his friendly and polite demeanor.
The Sports Sermon: Come back Hollis

Lacrosse looks to start new streak

Hoyas find bright spot

Double Teamed: A black eye for a Buckeye

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GOP defense of DOMA deflects real issues
When the Justice Department announced in late February that it would no longer defend the 1996 Defense of Marriage Act, a law prohibiting federal or interstate recognition of same-sex marriage, it put itself on the right side of the struggle for equal rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender Americans.
Dialogue on sexual health issues works

Endowment Commission shows its chops

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Critical Voices: Fucked Up, David’s Town
In a little over a month, Fucked Up will release David Comes to Life, the much-anticipated follow-up to the Toronto-based hardcore group’s Polaris Prize-winning Chemistry of Common Life, which promises to have an even broader appeal than that album’s hardcore crossover: more complex melodies, more ornate arrangements, and more guest appearances. And it’s a rock opera.
Critical Voices: Thao and Mirah, Thao and Mirah
Throwback Jack: Senior Week Shenanigans
Idiot Box: Baked and Wire-d
Lincoln-themed restaurant loses the nibble war
Landscapes fails to illuminate
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Carrying On: A colorful past
When I heard that Sean Penn had won the Academy Award for best actor for his role in Milk, I was curious to see how Penn’s portrayal of a dairy farmer garnered the attention of the Academy. It was only later that I learned that Milk, contrary to my assumption, is a biographical film detailing the life and struggles of Harvey Milk, a gay rights advocate and the first openly gay person to be elected to public office. Call me ignorant, but how was I supposed to know that?
Look who’s coming to dinner: An open invite to new elites

Tapping into thirst for space

Money with a mission

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