Kate Anderson



Parade entertains thousands

Despite the cold and the rain, the 54th Inaugural Parade, themed "Celebrating America's Spirit Together," drew a large and enthusiastic crowd on Saturday. The parade began at the Capitol Building at about 2:40 p.m. - almost an hour later than originally scheduled due to delays at the inaugural brunch.


Offices move to terrace level

Dorm rooms and lounges have been converted into temporary offices for many student organizations as their permanent offices located on the second floor of Mary Graydon Center are renovated. Psychological services, Learning services, the Office of Multicultural Affairs, ATV and the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender and Ally Resource Center are now located in the terrace of Letts.


Organization lobbies for youth debate in presidential election

Seventy-seven percent of all voters support making one of the three presidential debates a youth-focused event, a recent poll taken by Third Millennium, in conjunction with the nationwide program Youth Vote 2000, indicated. The poll, administered by a branch of Third Millennium entitled Neglection 2000, also showed that if this debate were to occur, there would be a significant increase in voter turnout by all age groups.

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