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  • Bomb scare drives students from dorms
  • Budweiser to help sponsor SGA Safe Ride program this Fall

  • Stock market uneasy

  • Students hold a candlelight vigil ...

  • ERAU pilots grounded by disasters, storms

  • Embry-Riddle appalled by reported hijacker link: FBI investigates, finds credible link toERAU

  • Crossing the "McKay River"

  • Novelist Tim Dorsey visits Elllbry Riddle campus

  • What should be done about Afghanistan?

  • Muslim Student Association condemns terrorist attacks in New York and D.C.

  • The Avion Asks: How do you feel the school can resolve the current parking problem?

  • University should be ashamed

  • America awakens to horrible new world

  • United we stand

  • ERAU bad example

  • War against Afghanistan is justified

  • We must think before we call for war

  • American sports respond to recent tragedy

  • Jordan cancels press conference for September 20

  • September 28-30 Ryder Cup postponed for one year

  • NFL deciding how to handle the re-scheduling problem

  • Compared to their past albums, Depeche Mode's latest ''Exciter" is anything but

  • Music industry rockin' with new albums

  • P.O.D. lives up to stellar reputation with release of SATELLITE

  • Ray J still has some growing up to do to compete with sister, Brandy

  • New TMBG CD, Mink Car, worth the wait

  • Words of peace and love

  • Tuesday's attack visible from space

  • Control problem causing satellite to drift

  • World aviation suffers as airlines cut operations

  • Attacks may hamper A380

  • Aviation Trade News

  • Microsoft acquitted in anti-trust case

  • Cell phones may now be regarded as a necessity

  • Comics

  • Classifieds

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Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University


College newspapers, college students’ writings


Contains post 9/11 content.

Avion 2001-09-17



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