The Fourth Write 2006
Published: Monday, April 2, 2007
Updated: Wednesday, September 2, 2009 15:09
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English professor delves into the effect of nursery rhymes on children's psyches.
Which laws are myth or reality?
Uncommon laws bypass public knowledge, until someone gets caught.
Vietnam veteran returns to Southeast Asia to aid victims of Agent Orange.
Protest 2006: Different cause, same passion
Students leave classes for immigration marches, reminiscent of anti-war protests.
The war on civil liberties
Are civil rights violations a required sacrifice in the name of safety?
You are what you eat
Genetically modified food is lauded by scientists and farmers but raises concerns.
Lost in the flood
Growing older in a new town, a Katrina evacuee adapts to his new life.
Whether he's carrying a trombone or a camera, he's Michael Moore.
Ultimate fighter disproves perception that bigger is better.
Songs for the deaf
What did you say? Decibel level in iPods can cause noise-induced hearing loss.
Charles Cima, Joseph M. de Leon, Adnan S. Khan, Kristina Lindberg, Allan Nussbaum, César G. Rodriguez, Amber Whittaker
Manuel Durán, David A. Flores, Liza Rodriguez
Isaac Brown, Vincent Reyna
Julie Ann Sanchez, Vicki Stover
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