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String of Robberies Prompts Concern

With the recent thefts on and off campus, Lehman Public Safety has been under fire by students questioning what Public Safety is doing to assure the safety of the Lehman faculty and student body. On January 30, a student reported that her cell phone was snatched by a group of teenagers while she was using it, walking southbound on Jerome Avenue.

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Clap it up for Gonzalez!

Spoken word artist David Gonzalez captivated Lehman students during his March 23rd performance at the Studio Theatre.

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Review: Darwin at AMNH

At the Museum of Natural History. now through May 29th, see Charles Robert Darwin’s phenomenal discoveries of live animals from South America.

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Stupid, Be Not Proud

Glory be, a voice in the darkness, rebelling against ignorance, and published, albeit digitally, in a Lehman College newspaper of all places.

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MOVIE REVIEW: Ultraviolet

“Hello, my name is Violet and I was born into a world you may not understand.” These are the opening lines spoken by Milla Jovovich, star of Ultraviolet, the newest science fiction film to hit the theaters this March. These words sum up the movie because, by the end, you will have been through a world you probably won’t have understood.

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Spring-Fresh Fashion

Shed those extra layers and breathe a sigh of relief; spring is in the air. Has your fashion sense been hibernating? Well, wake up. Take a cue from Nature and breathe a little life into your wardrobe. Keep It Simple, Sugar Neutral shades and earth tones are the color palate of the season.

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New Tools to Track Down Terrorists

President Bush proposed the USA Patriot Act, on October 26, 2001, to extend the government’s judicial and investigative powers against suspected terrorists. Enacted a little more than a month after the September 11th attacks, the patriot Act is now subject to unjustified criticism around the country, namely because it supposedly infringes our civil rights and violates the 4th Amendment.

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Pursuing the Dream… Act

Imagine you have just graduated from high school; your next step is getting a job to save up for those college expenses. As you begin searching for a job you find yourself having a difficult time obtaining one because of your legal status. Each time an employer asks you for a green card, you, however, are unable to present one simply because you are undocumented.

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A Better View of Africa

I was born in Mauritania (West Africa). When I was growing up, I thought my continent and my country were the best in the world. There may be many reasons for my opinions. It may have been because I was young and I did not have any other country or continent to compare it with.

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Report from CASA

I am pleased to report that ever since I became the President, we the Student Government have managed to make a lot of accomplishments with the help of student leaders all over this campus.

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