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MSA
Continued from Page 1
first-year student John O'Donnell said. He
also said he wants to alter the meal plan to
increase the number of meals available.
LSA first-year student Alefiyah
Mesiwala said she is running because she
wants to make a difference on campus.
"I want to see the issues that are impor-
tant to my peers addressed," she said, citing
concerns such as expanding dining hours in
the residence halls, increasing the number
of printers in the Angell Hall Fishbowl and
implementing a fall break.
Many independent candidates, such as
LSA sophomore Jonathan Zuckerman,
shared Mesiwala's desire to impact the cam-
pus environment through the assembly.
"I'm running because I feel minority men
- particularly African-American and
MCCAIN
Continued from Page 1
The same sentiments are echoed in Iowa, w
conservative rival Steve Forbes still trails Bus
polls, but appears to be building a solid organiza
in the state that caucuses Jan. 24 - a week be
New Hampshire's primary.
Forbes will soon air a new round of televi
advertisements designed to define his position
issues and subtly raise questions about Bu
stands. Forbes hopes to slice into Bush's Iowa
while McCain keeps the governor busy in P
Hampshire.
The New Hampshire poll of 600 GOP vi
showed Bush leading, 38 percent to 35 percer
statistical dead heat. His favorability rating drop
from 71 percent to 56 percent since October, a
that finicky New Hampshire voters think he is a

Latino men -- need to be represented and
their voices need to be heard a lot more on
this campus," Berger said.
Engineering senior Brent Sordyl's plat-
form focuses on Engineering and North
Campus issues.
"I'd like to see the Engineering pro-
gram made more feasible to graduate in
four years, without coming in with extra
credits," he said.
He also mentioned improving parking
and eating option on North Campus.
"Anything you can eat on North Campus is
either the University overcharging you or
Little Caesar's' he said.
Independent candidates running in
schools other than LSA and Engineering
hope to integrate the issues of their schools
with the mainstream campus.
"I want to continue to press Medical
Campus-related issues and bring the med

campus into Central Campus affairs with
greater communication,' Nursing senior
and MSA Rep. Jen Seamon said.
Social Work graduate student and inde-
pendent candidate Jamie Scott expressed
similar thoughts.
"From talking to people within my
school, have found that we feel discon-
nected from the University as a whole,"
Scott said. "I would really like to bridge
the gap between the University and the
School of Social Work."
LSA sophomore and MSA Rep. Kym
Stewart said she is currently working on a
unification project.
"I want to have a forum so that all the
schools and colleges are working together,
and we can decide where we want to take
this University," she said.
Fall elections are set for Wednesday, Nov.
17 and Thursday, Nov. 18.

gantly taking them for granted, GOP consultants say.
In response, Bush added New Hampshire trips to
his calendar, moved up his debate schedule and
promised to smother voters with personal attention.
"What's important is not the frequency of the
stops but the number of people I've been able to
see," the governor said during a brief New
Hampshire trip Wednesday.
"Bush is in trouble, but it's nothing that can't be
fixed" with more visits to the state, said New
Hampshire consultant David Carney, who is not
tied to any presidential campaigns.
The poll doesn't show any steep declines in
Bush's support.
His rating dropped nine percentage points since
July, while McCain's climbed 22 percentage points
in the same period. After a dip in August, Bush's
support has remained about the same while
McCain's numbers rose.

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Friday, November 19, 3:30pm
Britton Recital Hall, E.V. Moore Bldg.
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