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    Research for Midterms (Letter to the Editor)  echo $newRAM;
    added Thu September 28 2006 at 8:46 PM
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    As you look over your midterm schedule, don't forget about the national midterm coming up in November. There's no grade associated with it - you're guaranteed to pass as long as you take it. The only catch is that if you want to take it, you need to sign up for it soon. If you haven't already registered to vote, stop by the VoteProject booth in the Wilkinson Center - do it now, time is running out.

    Now I already said that you pass the test no matter what, but I do have to remind you to study up for it. You're in college now, so I'm sure you're used to doing a little bit of research. Instead of relying on your parents or your favorite political party, take the time to actually read what the candidates believe. You may be surprised as you read over their websites that you agree with a third party more than you do with a major political party. I'm not going to tell you how to vote, but if you don't agree with a popular candidate, don't vote for them just because they belong to your parent's political party. Whoever you choose, get out and VOTE.