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  • ERAU: Today & Tomorrow
  • Johnson plans to cut poor spending
  • Chancellor to advise COB
  • Pathfinder has successful launch
  • Like sausage? Try Krakow
  • Farewell from the EIC
  • Prof. Cortes makes class memorable
  • Iran’s new space program faces challenges
  • Asphalt spill closes James River
  • Can. Passes no confidence vote
  • No. 11 Eagles win two games to capture the Daytona Mitsubishi Shootout Championship
  • B-ball beats LaGrange (Ga.)
  • NASA’s SOHO turns ten, still watching the Sun
  • New nanotech may revolutionize field
  • Man hired to hack voting booths
  • Stardust on final approach with comet pieces
  • Hyabusa trying to go home
  • Saturn’s F-ring is a spiral
  • ISS needs crew of 6 says NRC
  • Pluto probe making final earthbound journey: the launch pad
  • U.S. and European Union reach open agreement
  • UF creates wind tunnel to reduce airplane noise
  • FAA and ATC talks stall
  • Dino dung reveals ancient grass that passed
  • CO2 level are at 650,000 year high
  • ‘Body farm’ needs funding, says prof.
  • ‘Call of Duty 2;’ a great action packed sequel
  • Mickey’s Very Merry Christmas
  • Mike Shinoda breaks out on his own
  • Comics
  • Seventeen students in 2005 Model U.N. Conference
  • Riddle Players hold open auditions for new talents
  • Residence Halls Olympics to start in Spring semester
  • Classifieds

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Avion 2005-12-06



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