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  • T.S. Alpha latest in record season
  • University dedicates new ICI fountain
  • COM program being revamped under Zeigler
  • Students’ rocket to reach 75 miles
  • Annual career expo set for this week
  • Campus News
  • Opinions
  • Iraqis votes a second time on new constitution
  • SIS acquires employees using modern techniques
  • Neo-Nazi demonstration stirs small Ohio town
  • Bird flu causes worries in Europe, Asia, EU restricts bird market
  • Investigation of CIA leak leaves no proverbial government stone unturned, including Cheney
  • Hockey loses two OT games to Florida Atlantic
  • Garcia destroys ERAU’s all-time goals record
  • Women end reg. season strong
  • New Stem cell extraction method introduced
  • Boeing, Grumman team up
  • AMD outsells Intel for first time this Sept.
  • Titan era comes to end with successful launch
  • Futuristic robots in store
  • Mars may be more like Earth
  • Interstellar organic molecules common
  • Swimming dinosaur unearthed at Wyoming
  • HP gives Blu-Ray an ultimatum
  • Nanocar rolls out
  • CDC investigates deadly brain disease in Idaho
  • Gorillas may use control tools
  • Linux to enter mobile market
  • General aviation flights back to Reagan Airport
  • ERAU hosts conference on unmanned aviation
  • EADS will build B787
  • F/A-22s prepare for tests
  • F.E.A.R. review, little girl unable to comment
  • Virtua Tennis gets reviewed
  • Magical Midway, an avalanche of fun
  • Take a quick spin around the Daytona Lagoon track
  • Race friends in real dragsters
  • Comics
  • Detachment attends leadership conference
  • ERAU Flight Team accepts new members
  • Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity news update
  • Proposed Amendments to the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University of Daytona Beach SGA Constitution
  • Classifieds

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Avion 2005-10-25



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