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The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

Serving the UMN community since 1900

The Minnesota Daily

A tacky attempt at humor

Published September 16, 2002

Your in-house promotion with the bandaged cat has crossed the line of good taste. What an appalling statement it makes. We here at the Brown County Humane Society work hard every day to keep animals from...

Europe says no; why care?

Published September 16, 2002

IBy Steven Snyder n the days following the Sept. 11 attacks, countries around the world rallied to the defense of the United States. Leaders proclaimed their allegiance, offered public support for the...

Protect environment with legislation

Published September 16, 2002

FBy Heather Cusick rom Enron to WorldCom, corporate scandals dominated the headlines this summer. Now, as Congress returns from its August recess, senators and representatives will have the opportunity...

Personal responsibility should guide nation

Published September 13, 2002

OBy Chris Hill n the one-year memorial of that horrendous, evil attack on our nation and our freedom, Americans still debate our continued plan of action. Whether it be a call for national ID cards, more...

Before war, let’s talk

Published September 13, 2002

Our campus needs to be filled with dialogue about our opinions on the subject of war against Iraq. If war happens, it's going to affect this generation like never before. We need to take a stand. We need...

Defending freedom at the polls

Published September 13, 2002

We made a mistake this week. Everyone knows what Sept. 11 was, but how many know what Sept. 10 was? For those who don't know, it was Minnesota state primary election day. As usual, turnout was abominable....

Time is needed for families of the missing

Published September 13, 2002

SBy Pauline Boss ix days after the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center towers, I was in New York with two graduate students, called there because of my decades of work with families of the missing....

Civil discourse

Published September 13, 2002

Why personally attack a columnist? I believe Scott Laderman to be a good man whose intent is not to hurt or misinform the readership of the Daily, but instead to encourage us all to think in more than...

War on terror renews cycle of violence

Published September 12, 2002

The events of Sept. 11, 2001 were atrocities of such an immense scale that they have left no lives untouched. Our deepest sympathies lie with the victims of the attacks and their families. Loss of innocent...

Our responses to Sept. 11 could lead to danger or reconciliation

Published September 12, 2002

ABy Caesar Farah s we pass the first anniversary of the dreadful events that cost so many innocent lives, many throughout the world are still in shock over why such an incident should have taken place....