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FACE the charges : SGA political party accused of improper campaigning for second year in a row

Source: 
The Daily Helmsman
Published Date: 
March 31, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailyhelmsman.com/news/face-the-charges-1.2133652

By Chelsea Boozer

Presidential candidate Tyler DeWitt filed the first infraction of this year's Student Government Association election early Wednesday morning, citing the improper posting of flyers by the Finding Answers Concerning Everyone party.

Higher Ed Budget Series: Program cuts, past and future

Source: 
Montana Kaimin
Published Date: 
March 29, 2011
URL: 
http://www.montanakaimin.com/news/program-cuts-still-bitter-memory-for-faculty-1.2128481 and http://www.montanakaimin.com/news/officials-promise-to-not-cut-programs-despite-tightening-finances-previous-administrations-did-just-1.2128554

By Jayme Fraser

This is the first article of a four-part series exploring the possible effects of more than $32 million in budget cuts to Montana's higher education over the next two years.

The Montana Senate is expected to vote on the state's budget this week before sending it to the governor for approval. This topic has been difficult to nail down because the legislature has authority only to dictate how much the regents receive, not how they appropriate the funds, and the regents don't want to reveal their cards until the session is over.

1919: Army operations leave behind toxic reminders of war

Source: 
The Eagle
Published Date: 
March 28, 2011
URL: 
http://www.theeagleonline.com/news/story/1919-army-operations-leave-behind-toxic-reminders-of-war/

By Sylvia Carignan

This story is the fourth in a series investigating World War I-era chemical weapons and equipment buried under AU’s campus and in the Spring Valley neighborhood.

By the time the Army finished its World War I chemical warfare testing at AU, the South side of campus had become known as “No Man’s Land.”

Lang's campaign violates UM policy

Source: 
The Daily Helmsman
Published Date: 
March 29, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailyhelmsman.com/news/lang-campaign-violates-um-policy-1.2128347

By Chelsea Boozer

In his campaign for reelection under the Finding Answers Concerning Everyone party, Student Government Association President Hunter Lang broke University policy this week when he paid for campaign posters with $400 of operational assistance funds designated for Zeta Beta Tau, the fraternity of which he is president.

Juice Tyme warning doesn’t affect UNL Dining Service’s beverages

Source: 
The Daily Nebraskan
Published Date: 
Friday, March 18, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailynebraskan.com/news/juice-tyme-warning-doesn-t-affect-unl-dining-service-s-beverages-1.2516262

By Hailey Konnath, edited by Kiah Haslett

1918: Army unleashes deadly chemical gases on AU’s campus

Source: 
The Eagle
Published Date: 
March 21, 2011
URL: 
http://www.theeagleonline.com/news/story/1919-army-unleashes-deadly-chemical-gases-on-aus-campus/

By Sylvia Carignan

SGA Elections 2011: Meet your presidential candidates

Source: 
The Daily Helmsman
Published Date: 
March 18, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailyhelmsman.com/news/meet-your-presidential-candidates-1.2111516

By Chelsea Boozer

This is the third article of a three-part series on the Student Government Association's 2011 elections at the University of Memphis.

This article includes an interview with each presidential candidate and a discussion of his goals and background in student politics.

Inside the campaign: Ethical? Maybe. Fair? Perhaps. Controversial? Undoubtedly

Source: 
The Daily Helmsman
Published Date: 
March 17, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailyhelmsman.com/news/inside-the-campaign-1.2110190

By Chelsea Boozer

This is the second article of a three-part series on the Student Government Association's 2011 elections at the University of Memphis.

Lincoln’s police chief strongly cautions against Arizona-style immigration law in Nebraska

Source: 
The Daily Nebraskan
Published Date: 
February 28, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailynebraskan.com/news/lincoln-s-police-chief-strongly-cautions-against-arizona-style-immigration-law-in-nebraska-1.2500649

By Rachel Albin and Asha Anchan, Edited by Kiah Haslett

No one asked what the police thought. Right before the Arizona-style immigration law was debated in the Nebraska legislature, Lincoln Police Chief Tom Casady told UNL Journalism students that the law would be a waste of his office's already-thinned resources and time.

The article was cited in the bill's formal hearing several days later.

Sexual assault prevention hinges on awareness, reporting

Source: 
The Daily Nebraskan
Published Date: 
Thursday, February 17, 2011
URL: 
http://www.dailynebraskan.com/news/sexual-assault-prevention-hinges-on-reporting-awareness-1.2472376

Story by Courtney Pitts, edited by Kiah Haslett

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has had an extremely low rate of sexual assault reporting in the last five years. Police attribute this to victims not wanting to report assaults. Reporter Courtney Pitts examined national statistics, similar schools and spoke to two persons who had been assaulted about why they didn't want to report their assault.

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