Michael Bild

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Weather subdues CS40 Fall Fair

Dismal weather and technical issues dampened Sunday’s Fall Fair slated to cost the Congress of the South 40 around $2,000. The event, which featured free funnel cakes, a huge inflatable and activities such as pumpkin carving and pin the tail on the elephant failed to attract many students.

| Contributing Reporter

Right-wing students clash over vast Republican preliminary field

As the Republican primaries and the 2012 presidential election approach, students are beginning to choose their favorite candidates. While many Democrats on campus are committed to voting for the Democratic incumbent, President Barack Obama, both Democrats and Republicans are starting to speculate as to whom Obama will run against next fall.

| Contributing Reporter

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