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This article was published on 01.26.06
A.S. president looks ahead to a busy semester.
By Mark Lore
International students get a crash course in world cultures.
By Alexis Harmon
Center will be both fun and environmentally friendly.
By Devanie Angel
The stagnation of our educational system.
By Jaime O'Neill
Sorority sues university, claiming violation of civil rights.
Downtown Plaza Park makeover slogs along.
By Tom Gascoyne
City Council to consider using redevelopment funds to help launch a venture capital project.
By Richard Ek
BCEA still says no to county offer.
By Josh Indar
Public comment moved to end, meetings to be held once a month.
Local fed workers get more; Cars in park still OK; CUSD can use bond money for whatever.
Matter of choice.
School district meetings and the downtown city park both get makeovers.
An open letter to Rep. Wally Herger asking that he support a bill to suspend authorization of the School of Americas military training camp in Georgia.
By Dorothy Parker
Our always-sharp readers let us know what they think.
By Jason Cassidy
Mervyn’s to stay, ARC antiques expand, no Room 420 and a kontest.
By Anthony Peyton Porter
Machinegreen cuts the machismo out of rock.
By Carey Wilson
Talented jazz scene looks to thrive with the addition of popular new venue.
By Peter Berkow
Journalist finds out the ins and outs of being a man.
Reviewed by Stephanie Bird
Apple’s new toys are cool, but expensive.
By Michael Kuker
Good old-fashioned bloody fun at your fingertips.
By Craig Blamer
By Morgan Paar
Gilkyson plays Women’s Club on Jan. 29.
By Christine G.K. LaPado-Breglia
Sultan’s Bistro takes CN&R intern back to Athens.
Elusive director takes on American history latest film.
By Juan-Carlos Selznick
Ang Lee’s Brokeback Mountain tackles social barriers.
Western classic finally given its due in two-disc set.
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