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Opinion

Robin Hansson and Ikena DuPont, editor

Faith-based crusade for religious judges is an attack on Constitution, rational government

They call themselves “people of faith,” and they are waging war against a basic principle of American government: the separation of church and state. Complaining that our secular culture has improperly banished God from government, religious conservatives are working tirelessly to inject faith-based decision making into America’s legal system. [More]

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Alito nomination evokes memories for HPU prof.

Judge Samuel Alito has been nominated for the United States Supreme Court by President George W. Bush. His confirmation hearings before the U.S. Senate begin on January 9. By luck, good or ill, I was attending Princeton and Yale Law School around the same time as Judge Alito. [More]


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HPU needs facilities

HPU needs to have better sports facilities if it wants to be recognized as a competitor. The Athletic Department is trying to help the sports program grow by hiring coaches and management, but there are still a lot of other problems to solve, most of them physical. [More]

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Opposition to embryonic stem cell research: Anti-life

It is widely known that embryonic stem cell research has the potential to revolutionize medicine and save millions of lives. Yet many congressmen are frantically working to defeat a measure that would expand federal financing of this research. Why are they (and so many others) opposing embryonic stem cell research—and doing so under the banner of being “pro-life”? [More]

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2006-2007 Financial Aid Renewal Reminder

Reminder: All continuing financial aid students who provided an e-mail address on their 2005-2006 FAFSA will be sent a 2006-2007 renewal reminder e-mail from the Department of Education during November-December 2005. Those who did not provide an e-mail address will receive a reminder letter.

Note: The Department of Education has made several major changes to the renewal application process for 2006-2007. The biggest change is that all renewal eligible applicants must use the Web to reapply for financial aid, as paper renewal FAFSA’s will no longer be printed or mailed. All renewal eligible applicants can access the renewal FAFSA on the Web using their PIN to complete, sign, and submit a 2006-2007 renewal FAFSA, after January 1, 2006. Please use winter break to gather your updated information so that you will be ready to file early.

You are encouraged to complete the FAFSA prior to the HPU priority deadline of March 1, 2006 to be eligible for all available funds.

Please visit www.hpu.edu/financialaid for more information or call the Financial Aid Office at 544-0253 for assistance.

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