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Dance Ensemble “Vogues” in performance

Madonna may very well have have been proud of the Fairfield University Dance Ensemble Friday night because they knew how to express themselves. The two-act pseudo recital at the Quick Center entitled "Vogue: Express Yourself" showcased dancers who incorporated various styles in their performances.
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Debate is about children, not about homosexuality

To the Editor: As an intern at Lambda Legal Defense and Education Fund, the oldest and largest LGBT law firm in the country, I felt compelled to respond to Mr. Guarnieri's letter. Massachusetts, in passing a comprehensive anti-discrimination law, effectively banned all sorts of sexual discrimination, including the refusal to grant adoption to same-sex couples.
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Debate is about children, not about homosexuality

To the Editor: As I read Michael S. Guarnieri's letter to the editor in the April 6 edition of The Mirror, entitled "Creation not 'random and haphazard," there were a couple of things I wanted to point out. I have met several same sex couples that were allowed to adopt children.
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Sports coverage criticized

To the Editor: I am complaining about the lack of diversity in the sports section. I am on the baseball team, and, therefore, I may be biased, but I think at least some people in the school would like to read about something other than who the next basketball coach might be or the nonsense that is usually published about Sean Keegan on a weekly basis.
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Tuition woes: Deepest of pockets taking a hit

The cost of higher education is getting out of control. While studying at the National University of Ireland, Galway last year, I saw firsthand how drastically different the cost of education is abroad. While I begrudgingly paid Fairfield tuition for my overseas experience, my three Irish housemates, being citizens, were entitled to the going rate for higher education in Ireland, which is roughly equivalent to the cost of a keg of Guinness.
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Even the most cynical people believe in something

I could not disprove my grandpa's story about the tooth fairy. He said he had seen her walking down the street on a late, rainy night, undoubtedly because her wings were too wet to lift her tiny body into the sky. I also could not prove that Santa was a fake because every Christmas, after the packages had been opened and the stockings emptied, I had slipped out the garage door and examined our front lawn.