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Alice! Health Promotion launched a poll yesterday evening in which students can write in and vote on new items. When the votes are in, Alice! will turn your clicking into free swag and give out the most popular choices. Current options range from the popular “Umbrella” to the mystifying “Sleep Mist.” Make sure to click View […]

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Several score and a couple of years ago, state conventions ratified the highly experimental United States Constitution. This revered document is responsible both for the framework of our government and stopping Arnold Schwarzenegger from running for president. To commemorate this special day, you can pick up a free pocket version of the Constitution at the […]

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Sean Zimmerman reports on last night’s ESC meeting. During their final constitutional review, the Engineering Student Council voted 17-7-3 (Yes-No-Abstain) to hold general E-Board elections next year. With this change, all positions on ESC, with the exception of Sustainability Liason and Director of Technology will be decided by a general election. VP Policy Heidi Ahmed […]

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