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Northern Iowan - Friday, October 1, 2004 (Volume 101, Number 10)

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Tests find traces of lead in water; drinking fountains in Baker Hall replaced 1 News /ni/2004/00000165.jpg
Cedar Falls's Barmuda nightclubs receive national recognition 1 News /ni/2004/00000165.jpg
Alcohol sales rising; sales increase 10 percent in Black Hawk County. 1 News /ni/2004/00000165.jpg
Shantytown encourages students to 'think inside the box' 1 News /ni/2004/00000165.jpg
Theatre UNI to perform 'Ubu Roi' 10 News /ni/2004/00000174.jpg
'Sparkle in the Finish' the very definition of Indie rock 12 Review /ni/2004/00000176.jpg
'Harvey' presented by a few UNI faculty, staff members 12 News /ni/2004/00000176.jpg
A lot has happened, more to come in MLB 13 Feature /ni/2004/00000177.jpg
Gridders have target on their back; Southern Illinois looks for revenge as UNI heads into town 13 News /ni/2004/00000177.jpg
UNI hopes to make mark in win column 13 News /ni/2004/00000177.jpg
Gym will get top-heavy as Wichita State, SMS visit 13 News /ni/2004/00000177.jpg
Panther of the Week 15 Feature /ni/2004/00000179.jpg
Free taxi bill failed by NISG 3 News /ni/2004/00000167.jpg
Bush calls for increase in Pell grant funding 4 News /ni/2004/00000168.jpg
Will wonders never cease 5 Column /ni/2004/00000169.jpg
Throwing money away 5 Editorial /ni/2004/00000169.jpg
Will boys just be boys in the bedroom? 5 Column /ni/2004/00000169.jpg
Disrespect when defacing buildings 6 Letter /ni/2004/00000170.jpg
Run For Their Lives race to benefit autistic children 9 Feature /ni/2004/00000173.jpg
Alan Jackson, Martina McBride in concert 9 Feature /ni/2004/00000173.jpg
Student voices 9 Feature /ni/2004/00000173.jpg
Campus clubs: Final Thursday 9 Feature /ni/2004/00000173.jpg
Homecoming: week of fun activities planned for student body 9 Feature /ni/2004/00000173.jpg

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