Tuesday, November 22, 2005

Mendota Beacon Highlights: November 22, 2005


Victoria Brown covers the issue of "windfall profits" and the investigations into suspected gouging during and following Katrina.


Grant Anderson talks with several UW student-soldiers who've served in Iraq.


Molly Marcello discusses an investigation into one of Gov. Doyle's fundraisers which may have included some ethics violations. Chris Weck goes into the debate over TABOR in Wisconsin and Colorado.

Local and Campus:

Steve Schwerbel covers Madison's first Veterans' Day Parade in decades and the struggle between the state of Wisconsin and the Teaching Assistant Association. Kristin Kooiman discusses the effort to recall Madison Mayor Dave Cieslewicz. Sarah Hickey reveals where in fact UW-Madison Chancellor John Wiley has been. Chelsey Lewis reports on the proposal of a Student Bill of Rights in the state legislature.

Editorial and Opinion:

Mike Fay - A Canned Cranberry Thanksgiving
Rachel Eliasek - Defending the Coasties
Editorial Board - Students Deserve Textbook Options
Jenna Pryor - Audit Seg. Fees Now
Jeremy Wick (me) - Judicial Term Limits


Ryan Scannell writes a letter to the DNR pleading for the eradication of Ugg boots. James Block discusses the digital rights management program Sony BMG is putting on their new CDs. Katherine Thompson promotes a concert with the UW Choral Union and the UW Chamber Orchestra in December.


Tom Sanders recaps the Wisconsin Badgers crazy double overtime victory against Eastern Kentucky on Saturday and outlines the Milwaukee Bucks 2005-06 season.

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