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  • Former candidate Sharpton speaks at Pitt

    The Reverend Al Sharpton spoke to a group of Kerry supporters on October 22 in the David Lawrence Auditorium at the University of Pittsburgh. He attacked President Bush?s record on the war, education, taxes, and judicial appointments.
    Sharpton encouraged young people to vote on November 2: ?It will be the young voters who will decide who wins and loses this election.... You are the swingers that ...

    News | November 1, 2004
  • Condoleezza Rice speaks on international issues

    On October 21, Condoleezza Rice spoke to the students and staff of the International Relations program in Kresge Theatre. Rice, assistant to the President for National Security Affairs, gave a lecture on the role of the college graduate in public service and society. The lecture was sponsored by the International Relations Program.
    The program began with an introduction by University President J...

    News | November 1, 2004
  • Collegiate Readership Program initiated at CMU

    by Louisa Kinoshi
    Junior Staffwriter

    News | October 18, 2004
  • Attorney details Mumia Abu-Jamal

    Robert R. Bryan, the lead attorney for Mumia Abu-Jamal, described his client as the ?voice of the voiceless? in his speech on Tuesday in the Adamson Wing of Baker Hall. Bryan spoke to CMU students and members of the Pittsburgh community on the details of Abu-Jamal?s case. The lecture was hosted by the Western Pennsylvania Committee to Free Mumia Abu-Jamal, and it featured commentary by Philadelp...

    News | October 4, 2004
  • Student Subpoena

    Matt Toups, a senior majoring in computer science, has recently found himself the subject of a subpoena issued by the United States Secret Service. The subpoena focuses on Toups and three other systems administrators for Indymedia, an independent online media organization that focuses on political and social issues across the United States.

    News | September 27, 2004