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MP3 downloads clog FU computer network

Listening to Enrique. Downloading Michael Jackson. Watching National Lampoon's Animal House. All these activities on their own seem harmless, but add a computer-and the time it takes to download-and computer networks at Fairfield and other schools could face a potential crash.
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Clockwork orange

Even with the United States at war with Iraq and heightened security throughout the country, university officials have decided not to return to the "lockdown" state seen earlier this year. "While we continue to patrol campus tightly, we do not plan on having another lockdown situation," said Mike Lauzon, assistant director of Security.
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WOMEN’S TENNIS: Stags chasing Greyhounds

Facing its second season under the wings of head coach Jeff Wyshner, the women's tennis team wants to show that the second place finish in the MAAC Tournament last year was far from a fluke. The Stags had a discouraging eighth place finish in the 2001 MAAC Tournament, but showed a promising future last season as they fell 6-1 to Loyola in the finals.
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AROUND THE HOUSE Take a gamble on card night

There is a pastime that is inherently all-American, immortalized not only in film and television, but music and even the hallowed theaters of Broadway as well. No, not baseball--gambling. Gambling is often degraded or referred to as idiotic, when in fact it has the power to change history; take, for example, the 1919 Chicago "Black Sox" scandal.
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Internet becomes latest wartime technology at home

Accurate laser-guided bombs and missiles, increasing intelligence, the Mother of All Bombs--all are part of the new military technology that is marking the U.S.'s first large-scale war in over a decade. Not to be overlooked, however, is the new technology for the average person--the Internet--that is allowing people around the world to experience, protest, and support the war, all without leaving the comfort of home.
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WOMEN’S BASKETBALL: Injuries put damper on Stags’ season

Two major goals set by the women's basketball team in preseason were to improve upon last year's 13-17 record and to contend for the MAAC championship. Neither one was accomplished. The Stags finished their season with a 12-17 record and were knocked out in the second round of the conference tournament by Niagara 76-65.
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SOFTBALL: Opening pitch

The women's softball team is starting off on the right foot this season with a winning record (10-7), dramatic victories in Florida, and sweeping its first double-header against MAAC competition this season. Fairfield beat St. Peters in a double header this past Monday by scores of 10-3 and 4-3.
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MAAC MADNESS: No. 6 women face Rider in 1st round

March Madness is in the air, and the women's basketball team would like to be a part of. To do so they must win the MAAC championships, which will be played in Trenton, NJ this weekend. The Stags, ranked sixth, will see first round action against ninth seeded Rider.
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LETTER: Painful, but reasonable cuts

To the Editor: Since graduating, I have attempted to become a well-informed alumnus. The motivation behind my interest in the school stems partially from the fact that as a graduate, the University's standing in the academic world directly affects me. The other motivator is my guilt over having been such an apathetic student.