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Ecstasy's `benign, fun' image distorts its effects

Ecstasy use in the United States is growing at an alarming rate. Originally found only at raves or dance clubs, ecstasy has infiltrated Middle America. Just recently, Matthew Perry of the hit TV series "Friends" entered drug rehabilitation, claiming that ecstasy was one of several drugs he had problems with.


The Setonian
Opinion

Christians feel Turner's roar

It appears that CNN founder Ted Turner, well-known for his outrageous anti-Christian statements, just can't help himself. You'd think that branding Christianity as a religion for losers would be enough, but, after an all-too-brief hiatus, Ted's back in the saddle again singing his same old song.


The Setonian
Opinion

Faculty members support staff as they head to polls

This is an open letter to President William Gordon: We, the undersigned faculty of UNM, express our support for the University staff who are involved in an organizing campaign that will result in a secret-ballot election today.



The Setonian
Opinion

Senate says student paper is expendable

The New Mexico Daily Lobo staff is extremely disappointed by the decision student government made Wednesday night to pass an amendment to cut the newspaper’s funding it receives from student fees.


The Setonian
Opinion

Ecstasy's `benign, fun' image distorts its effects

Ecstasy use in the United States is growing at an alarming rate. Originally found only at raves or dance clubs, ecstasy has infiltrated Middle America. Just recently, Matthew Perry of the hit TV series "Friends" entered drug rehabilitation, claiming that ecstasy was one of several drugs he had problems with.


The Setonian
Opinion

Union better than status quo

Today, University staff members have the opportunity to vote on unionization, and though I am a member of the faculty, I would like to urge all staff members to seriously consider voting in favor of establishing a union.





The Setonian
Opinion

Donating old cell phones can further worthy cause

Editor, The recent trend of everyone having one of the new, small, slim cell phones leads me to believe there must be many of the older types put away in closets or drawers that are no longer being used. There is a critical need for all cell phones.


The Setonian
Opinion

Bargaining unit could end individual rights

Editor, As much of the University community is aware, an electionis coming up during which staff members with certain job titles will decide if they wish to be represented by a collective bargaining unit.









The Setonian
Opinion

Frat punishment falls short

Dennis Montoya, attorney for UNM student Candace Majedi, today expressed his disappointment with the university's actions against Sigma Chi for its role in the Dec. 6 terrorist act against his client.

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