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news in review
Five of the most talked-about stories of the week, ranked in ascending order of actual importance
After receiving a 30-day sentence Dr. Conrad Murray, the personal Former Penn State defensive Voters in Mississippi yesterday The United Nations' International
for violating the terms of her physician to Michael Jackson at coordinator Jerry Sandusky was rejected a proposed constitutional Atomic Energy Agency reported
probation, Lindsay Lohan spent the time of his death in 2009, arrested Saturday for allegedly ammendment to classify a yesterday it has information
less than five hours behind bars was found guilty of involuntary sexually abusing eight boys fertilized human egg as a living that indicates Iran has computer
on Sunday night before being manslaughter by a jury on between 1999 and 2009. Head person. If passed, Mississippi models that could trigger a nuclear
released. For Lohan, 25, this was Monday. Murray faces up to four coach Joe Paterno's knowledge of would have become the first state bomb. Iran says the program is
her fifth jail sentence. years in prison. the incident is in question. to define an egg as a person. only to generate civilian power.
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quotes of the week
"I'm confident Giulia inherited her mother's looks
rather than herfather's."
PRESIDENT BARACK OBAMA, joking with French President Nicolas
Sarkozy at a G-20 press conference, referring to the recent birth of
"The fingerprints of the Rick Perry campaign are
all over this, based on our sources."
GOP CANDIDATE HERMAN CAIN, in response to the increasing number
of sexual assault allegations against him that have surfaced in the press in
WVOMEN ONWHI EELS
ROLLING INTO ANN ARBOR'S DERBY SCENE
By Lucy Perkins
from the archives
No more writing exactly what you think
series of satirical articles regarding student-athletes published in The Every
L.~Three Weekly in 2005 raised serious questions about First Amendment
rights in student publications. When the Athletic Department complained
about three articles concerning student-athletes, including a story about Olympic
swimmer Michael Phelps titled "Phelps to Major In Pussy," the University Activities
Center was brought into meetings to resolve the matter ("E3W content criticized"
Because the UAC provides funding from tuition to various campus groups includ-
ing the E3W, concerns were raised about possible censorship of the publication.
Though the UAC officials did not threaten to cut the E3W's funding, they stated that
they had the right to do so if they felt it necessary. However, Mark Goodman, the
executive director of Student Press Law center at the time, made it clear that any
such action would be a clear violation of the First Amendment.
Try to make your
food supply last
until your parents
take you shopping
If you are wearing
a coat, it is not
appropriate to wear
flip flops at the
It's acceptable to
listen to Christmas
music, but save the
by the numbers COURTESY OF THE BBC
The number of times Lindsay Lohan has been In percent, the amount of sentenced jail In hours, the amount of community service
sentenced to jail since 2007, when she was time Lohan has served, equal to about six Lohan will have to serve at the county
arrested twice for drunk driving. days. morgue to avoid returning to jail.