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Best of the University
UNIVERSITY
Continued from Page 13B
Best Campus Tradition:
Naked Mile
Nude bodies as far as the eye can
see. What could compare?
Best Reason to Party at
Bollinger's:
Football
Hmmm ... there seems to be a
theme emerging in the winners of the
athletic categories. But why wasn't
Bollinger home when the hockey team
won the NCAA championship?!
Best C-mpus Isie:
Affirmative Action
The lawsuits, media, rallies and sit-
ins have gotten everyone riled up this
year. In this category, "best" apparent-
ly means "most divisive."
Best Activist Group:
BAMN
Although affirmative action at the
'U' doesn't appear to be going any-
where, Jessica Curtin and her merry
band of protesters will always be
around to make sure it doesn't. And
they'll always be loud about it.
Best Protest Slogan:
"Go home, protesters!
We're taking an exam. "
Protesting a protest? As odd as it
seems. this was probably exactly what
you were thinking if you were one of
the many classgoers trying to push
your way through the sit-in at Angell
Hall during midterms.
Best Speaker in the Past
Year:
Ward Connerly
So, have we established that affirma-
tive action is an important issue on the
University campus yet? The hundreds
of people who came tosupport -or
question- Connerly certainly think
so.
Best Computing Site:
Angell Hall
I's a decent place ... when you
finally get a computer after waiting in
line for half the day. And when the
computers work.
Best Student Group:
AIESEC
Why is it that AIESEC perpetually
wins this category, and yet no one
seems to know what AIESEC stands
for?
Best MSA Member:
Ryan Friedrichs
Sure, his campaign posters weren't
as interesting as Mehul Madia's
Absolut ad spin-offs, or Pak Man
Shuen and David Silver's flyers, but
he's a good guy nonetheless.

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