The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 06, 2002, Image 2

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MSC Wiley Lecture Senes or Texas A&M University It s YOUR tm/2, D London $294 Paris.. $335 Amsterdam $488 Madrid.... $477 Rio de Janeiro...$772 San Jose C.R. ...$46 < 1 Fares are round-trip. Restrictions may apply. Tax not included. BUDGET HOTELS for as little as A NIGHT!!! TRAVEL 721 Texas Ave. S. 979.696.5077 www.s'fcatravel .com Wednesday, March 6, 2002 THE BAT1, Fish by R.DeLuna SBI x ACCEPT Yodr RE^ECTioa/ . SoT Aior oeJ That “i Hayb Ruiei About OATiaJC'j premise ■V BECAUSE I RaIousT m There Exisrs -4 6uY U/Mo you LJoirLb BREAK- That Rule For rf f A So If iou'KB tJoT ATTRACTED To MB Joyr 5AY So ! , For CRtx’O out LouD, Romeo A*D JvliET Defied ~Fheik families And people Died For TteM To Se ToOErueRiy p Mi Rule* "iLcMr be '-y 8RoX£A? CAMPUS CALENDAR Wednesday, March 6 Project Sunshine is having a general meet ing in the MSC at 8:30pm. for more information. Thursday, March 7 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 for more information. Monday, March 25 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 for more information. Continued from ( undidates tor the r, sell positions are Cha- Rocky Takacs, Tim Jonathan Lusk, Joe g ID. Davis, Matt Christopher •Duke 'h® ( ortez and Wes Davis. | l .usk are the Corps nor Also, senior yell gy Hoo Davies is ninn North side senate positi Campaigning fort. -7-2X student electio: March 17. Student bee dent candidates miiM with a $ 1.000 campar ing cap. Yell leader a have a $700 spending senate candidates ha-, spending limit. Safety Baptist Student Ministry will host The Normals in concert with Inside the Outside at 7 pm in the Baptist Student Center. Call 846- 7722 for more information. Thursday, March 28 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 for more information. (Continued from p; Monday, March 18 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 for more information. Monday, April 1 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 for more information. Thursday, March 21 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 Thursday, April 4 TAMU Roadrunners are having daily runs M-F 5:30pm. Meet in front of Rec. All skill levels welcome. Contact Chad at 764-8637 for more information. Brook Continued from page 1 By not taking out terrorist camps in rogue states America made itself vulnerable to attacks by Muslim fanatics. Brook said. The United States supported the United Nation’s 1948 deci sion to establish Israel, and became an important supplier of arms for the new nation. Recently, the U.S. has continued to increase pressure on Israel to make concessions to its Arab neighbors. Brook said. Brook said there will only be peace once Israel is seen as strong and indestructable and Arabs abandon their quest to destroy Israel, but that will never happen until America throws its weight decisively behind Israel. “America has not done enough in supporting Israel” Brook said. Although both sides have staked a claim on the same tiny sliver of land in the Middle East, the Israelis earned their right to the land and they have only entered war when forced to by Arab aggression. Brook said. The Israelis came to a largely barren land and built cities, grew crops, brought industry and built universities. Brook said. Arabs in Israel are more prosperous and free than in any Muslim country. Brook said. “The Isralites took Western civilization into the Middle East,” Brook said. The Arabs responded to the civilization with violence, and proceeded to harass and attack Israel to rid the land of the Jews, Brook said. The Palestinians were the aggressors in the first war of 1948. and since have forced Israel to enter four additional wars, all in self-defense. Brook said. The war of 1948 was not fought by the Arabs to establish a state, but because all of these Arab countries wanted the land for themselves. Brook said. Palestinians do not deserve statehood because they refused it when it was offered, they resort to violence, they do not recognize or respect Israel and they have a brutal dictatorship. Brook said. questions regarding x the law. Sgt. Allan Barot crime prevention spe UPD wants studei informed about alcol legal consequencesol “We want to nnni< lion so that if the\ do can make resjXHwbii and do it safely," Bari 1 he Omega Della nits distributed Tuesdas that include:. on drinking, travelm; security and sex. Mar: a member of Omega and a sophomore gear major, said the (rate the effort Brother* Drunk Driving. They xsatereuns and water tamers w ith dnnking on them. “Students can take guns and containers it) the beach or wh go.” Lopez said. “H* water guns and cog remind them of the drinking and dri\ing make a wrong decisi “Aggies, in gene some about taking i other.” Olvera sa organizations have help to make sure Aggies return bac safely after springb Today. Respe" 1 Decisions will te? doughnuts at hu> - with safety informal Author Bulimics, n cravi Iter readi Eisen : tqld her si Hder. I Reader Hate to p ■any exp< I Eisen s pic arounc I Anothc believable I “I wri ■sen sai< would get I Eisen s make the I The m leaves cc become a During he sexual en “Ivho reft with a lev I She ah her sexual I Her h search foi to sympal I Eisen: ular amor I “1 thin Eisen sak hard to dt being abl even thoi anything.' bother with parking when you can walk to TAMU? 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