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 Jun 10 - 16, 2004 

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Just Don't Act Out

Catholic Views on Homosexuals vs. Gay-welcoming Organizations

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The civil rights movement has undoubtedly led to a more just and equal society over the past half-century in America, but there is still controversy over gays and their place in organized religion.

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Newscity

Sandoval 64 Celebrate Nuptials at UNM

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The "Sandoval 64," the 32 same-sex couples that were married a few months ago, celebrated the day that changed their lives, and the history of the state, Sunday afternoon with a crowd of more than 500 friends and family members.

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Payne's World

Primary Postmortem

The winners, losers and in-betweens

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An election is just past and summer is here in full force, but before we fully shift our focus to the wildfires blazing around the state and stories about the Rio Grande running dry, a postmortem is appropriate. Following are a few thoughts on the winners, losers and in-betweens from the June 1 primary election.

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Commentary

They're Here, They're Queer, They're Married, Get Used to It

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Gay couples in Massachusetts are getting legally married in droves but that story is nowhere near as hot as the dubiously legal San Francisco weddings of February. Someday soon, probably very soon, the topic of gay marriage will be as tired and boring as Janet Jackson's right boob. The reason is this: Gay marriage is exactly the same as regular old marriage except they're gay. Big whup. Let the Bible thumpers froth at the mouth over how gay marriage will bring about the imminent demise of the world as we know it. Don't forget, these are the same people who predicted the end of marriage if women were allowed to vote, own property or earn their own money. Marriage between same-sex couples is simply the newest step in the evolution of a cultural institution that has been in flux since it began.

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Ortiz y Pino

Not All Casualties Are in Iraq

"Which candidate will end this tortured misadventure the quickest?"

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One of the truisms about war is that it's the innocent bystanders, the civilians, the children and the noncombatants who absorb most of the damage that takes place. We are now beginning to see just how extensive the "collateral damage" from Mr. Bush's grand invasion of Iraq will eventually prove to be.

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Odds and Ends

Odds & Ends

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Dateline: England—Michael Gunn, a 21-year-old student at Kent University, is suing the school for not warning him that plagiarizing is wrong. “I did plagiarize,” Gunn admitted to FOX news service. “I never dreamt it was a problem.” Gunn was told on the eve of his final exams that he wouldn't be getting any grades for this past semester's course work because all his papers turned out to be lifted in their entirety from various Internet sites. Gunn apparently felt the activity was condoned by the university because he had turned in several stolen papers and “no one spotted it.” According to the BBC, Gunn is suing the university for the return of his tuition money because he should have been warned that using already published text was against the rules. Unfortunately for Gunn, students who may be misinformed about the definition of plagiarism are given guidelines that say lifting material from other sources and passing it off as their own is against school regulations. “In the School of English, this information is provided in the faculty handbook and in the department's own handbook, both of which are issued to all students,” deputy vice-chancellor of Kent University David Nightingale told reporters.

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Letters

[RE: Letters, "Funny Math," May 27-June 2] Kudos to Richard Krukar for doing what countless APS administrators and educators have been unable to do over the years. He has lowered the dropout rate.

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EVENT HORIZON ()

What Have They Done to the Earth?

10th Annual Sustainability Expo

By August March
A vibrant array of growers' market, food trucks, educational events and live entertainment including demonstrations, music, bicycle auction and clothing swap.
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Earth Day Done Right

Earth Day Celebration

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Discover different ocean habitats and how to protect them. Learn about why it is important to buy sustainable seafood. Also make a recycled craft to take home.
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Man's Best Friend

Mini-Maker Faire

By Joshua Lee
Maker Faires showcase lots of cool folks and their projects as they discuss their processes and teaching skills with the public.
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The Slap and Tickle

Spring Type-Out

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Experience an outdoor public typewriter gathering using a wide variety of typewriters. Write poetry, start that novel and discover digital detox.
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My Little Donkey, My Little Mule

Rio Grande Mule and Donkey Association All Breed Classic

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Support or compete in a great variety of equestrian classes for prizes.  Enjoy donkey races during lunch break. Registration required.
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Co-op-erate as a Community

EarthFest 2018

By Mayo Lua de Frenchie
Tons of local vendors, social and economic justice organizations, artists, environmental advocacy groups, performers and, of course, La Montañita’s delicious deli foods.
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Sexual Healing

Sex and Self-Love for Survivors

By Robin Babb
Trauma survivors learn to take control of sexuality and reclaim the sense of self through gentle, nurturing techniques. Donations are welcome.
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