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Protest to bring out thousands

Fifty thousand people are expected at an anti-war protest on the National Mall Saturday to demand that American soldiers be brought home and the U.S. occupation of Iraq be ended. While President Bush declared the end of major fighting in Iraq on May 1, International ANSWER, a coalition of protest groups and individuals, is protesting the continuing military action.

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N saturday antiwar protest - KFS

Tens of thousands of people are expected at a rally on the National Mall Saturday, meant to bring American soldiers home and end what it terms as the U.S. occupation of Iraq. While President Bush declared the end of major fighting in Iraq on May 1, International ANSWER, a coalition of protest groups and individuals, is protesting the continuing military action.

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Brookville's 'Beautiful View'

Seldom can an artist create a sound that is both ethereal and original, but Brookville's debut album "Wonderfully Nothing" sculpts introspective, melodic soundscapes as prettily on the record as it does in concert. Brookville, touring with the United Kingdom's Goldfrapp, played the first show of its tour last Wednesday night at the 9:30 club.

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The man behind the meal

Ever wondered who controls what you eat in the Terrace Dining Room? Or who gave AU students the gift of the waffle irons? Or who decides what food at the Comfort Zone will wrap you in reminiscences of Mom's cooking? Meet Jack Cahill, the general manager of TDR and an employee of Bon Appetit, the food service corporation that handles dining for AU and more than 60 colleges nationwide.

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Monument visitor center faces criticism

Visitors to the Washington Monument may soon notice changes to its surrounding grounds with the possible addition of a visitor center. The National Park Service, which oversees of the Mall and monuments, is renewing efforts to install an underground visitor screening center and concrete barrier around the monument.

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