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Features / Community News

18% Hike Slams CUNY Graduate Students. James Hoff (p. 1)

GC Welcomes Bill Kelly as President (p. 1)

DSC Welcomes Students Back (p. 1)

Contents (p. 1)

From the Editor. Spencer Sunshine (p. 2)

Academic Repression (p. 2)

Angry About Academic Repression? (p. 3)

Community News: New Trial for Miguel Malo Begins (p. 3)

Around Town: What Does the Fate of NYU’s Graduate Student Union Hold for CUNY? Andrea Morrell (p. 4)

Analysis: State-Sponsored Hate Speech in the War on Terror: A Plan to Push Back. Dan Skinner (p. 5)

Suggestions for a New New Orleans. Michael Westbrook (p. 9)

Trading Undergrads for Canines: Adjuncting versus Dog Walking. Will Weikart (p. 12)

Do You Have Any Advice for New GC Students? (p. 12)

Masthead (p. 2)


100 Years of Wobblies at the GC. Review of Wobblies! A Graphic History of the IWW by Paul Buhle and Nicole Schulman (Verso, 2005). Spencer Sunshine (p. 6)

Sequels: Sex, Zombies and Rock ’n’ Roll: “Mesmerize” by System of a Down; “Land of the Dead” by George A. Romero; and Why We Do It: Rethinking Sex and the Selfish Gene by Niles Eldredge. Tony Monchinski (p. 7)


DSC Chartered Student Organizations (p. 10)

Chair of CUNY University Student Senate Impeached (p. 10)

New Research Grant Opportunity for GC Students. Jennifer Adler (p. 10)

The Doctoral Students’ Council Fall Party is Almost Here! (p. 10)

Meet the DSC Executive Committee (p. 11)

Coming Soon: Guidelines on How to Apply for DSC Grants (p. 11)

Announcements / Advertisements

Come to The Advocate’s New Year Open House (p. 2)

End the War on Iraq! United for Peace & Justice (p. 6)

Never Submit!! Contribute to The Advocate (p. 6)

Wholesale Copies, Inc. (p. 7)

Asian American / Asian Research Institute: AAARI / AAHEC 2005 Annual Banquet; Friday Evening Lecture Series; 2005 CUNY Conference on Korean Americans; Learning Integrated Chinese (p. 7)



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