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Alcohol initiativeSeven months and approximately $75,000 later, the University alcohol initiative has helped fund activities for dozens of student groups and has provided entertainment for hundreds of undergraduates.

OPINION | 04/17/2000

Male role just as critical in activism against sexual violence

I recently asked one of my friends if he'd show up and support Take Back the Night on Saturday. He declined the invitation with the rationale, "If there were no men in the world, we wouldn't need Take Back the Night."His honest expression of gender guilt regarding sexual assault shows a common male perspective that rape is a women's issue and Take Back the Night is a women's event.

OPINION | 04/13/2000

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Gonzalez case important gauge of domestic politicsAs Karthick Ramakrishnan GS wrote in the April 6 'Prince,' the Elian Gonzalez case is in the American spotlight ? that fact is non-negotiable.

OPINION | 04/11/2000

Letters to the Editor

Online registration a matter of effectiveness, not trustI would like to express my agreement with Seth Wikas' April 4 column in the 'Prince' with regard to the need for an online registration system at Princeton.

OPINION | 04/09/2000

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Kyoto Protocol won't solve world problemI am writing in response to the April 5 'Prince' article titled, "Campus group urges compliance with environmental protocol." The validity and concerns from global warming are rarely issues of controversy nowadays.

OPINION | 04/06/2000

Small Body Part, Big Deal

So the Supreme Court ruled last week that local governments have the right to enforce stricter laws on the attire worn by nude dancers, but only if they can prove that strip clubs have harmful "secondary effects" on a community, such as increasing crime or lowering property values.Let me rephrase that in plainer English: The Supreme Court ruled last week that under certain debatable circumstances, local governments can make nude dancers wear g-strings and pasties instead of just g-strings.It's good to know that our tax dollars are finally making a profound impact on the country.Let's face it, pornography is an institution that's not about to go flaccid anytime soon.

OPINION | 04/05/2000