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Florida Alligator
OPINION  |  EDITORIALS

Darts & Laurels

Don't you sometimes wish you could retreat from the exams and papers back into the fray of '90s television shows? Things were so much easier when Clarissa explained it all. Or when Mr. Feeny was your life counselor. Or when Zack Morris was the hottest guy around. If only we had the DVDs of these shows. You can reminisce, too. Join us as we wax nostalgic in this week's old-school-was-the-best-school edition of…


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Accusations are no joking matter

Your daily fun fact: In Florida, hazing is a third-degree felony if it results in serious injury or death. The "antihazing law" was passed in 2005, after lawmakers pushed for legislation following the death of a University of Miami student in 2001.


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OPINION  |  LETTERS TO THE EDITOR

Students should get to enter speech first

I attended Nye's speech Tuesday night, and while I thought his program was wonderful, the venue left something to be desired - namely, the choice to open the Phillips Center to the general public rather than to students only. The massive crowd of parents and young children who showed up prevented many students from seeing Nye in person and required throngs of students to watch the speech outside on a projector.


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OPINION  |  EDITORIALS

Much of Grad Student Bill of Rights already in place

When we first heard about the idea of a Graduate Student Bill of Rights from Gator Party members earlier this semester, we pricked up our ears. They weren't sure at the time what exactly would be included, but they explained that its purpose would be to protect graduate students from being exploited by their departments and to curb the discrimination some students, especially international and female ones, said they have experienced.



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