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Monday, October 18 ? Volleyball and Soccer start.Sports | October 18, 2004
Fence tradition too important to become meaningless posting board
Central to any walk across campus, to any discussion of university traditions, and certainly to any admissions tour, is the Fence. The story isn?t always consistent, but everybody knows that it became a tradition at some point in CMU?s illustrious past for groups to paint the Fence with whatever message they found important or interesting.
Over the years, the Fence has seen its share of interesti...Forum | October 18, 2004
Say What!: End of the Line for PAT?
The Port Authority of Allegheny County is facing a $30 million funding shortage in the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2004. They will resort to unprecedented measures to offset this deficit if no sustainable source of funding is found. If implemented, these service reductions and fare increases will greatly injure the local economy and cut the number of trips in half: 125,000 fewer than the current...Forum | October 11, 2004
Unisex bathrooms in UC excellent step to address GLBTIQ concerns
Transgender students and the GLBITQ community have voiced concerns with the current bathroom situation in the University Center. They feel that a simple male or female choice does not adequately address their needs. Having to choose between male and female bathrooms and locker rooms presents them with a problem that they do not feel they should have to face. Transgender students do not identify wi...Forum | October 11, 2004
Likely voter metric marred by poor polling methodologies
The producers of the Gallup Poll are unlikely to read this editorial. At least, one can make that claim using a poorly designed and untenable metric. The producers of the Gallup Poll have been doing just that: for years they have been misrepresenting the facts by in reporting their polls based on a very poorly defined set of ?likely voters.?
Polls themselves can affect elections, and none more th...Forum | October 11, 2004