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College Republicans protest governor rally

While hundreds of students lined up on College Avenue to attend the rally featuring President Bill Clinton and Gov. Jon S. Corzine yesterday, the College Republicans stood across the street in front of Brower Commons chanting and holding signs protesting the event.

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Health services to distribute H1N1 nasal sprays to U.

Clarification: Because the risk to infants is so great, among the first to receive the vaccine are those caring for infants less than 6 months old. Faculty, staff, and students who live with or provide care for an infant can receive the nasal spray today.

Gov. Jon S. Corzine introduces President Bill Clinton to
thousands last night at a rally in the College Avenue Gym. Clinton
cites Corzine's record with higher education funding and closing
the school performance racial gap as evidence of his ability to
lead the state. To view Clinton's speech in its entirety, visit
www.dailytargum.com.
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Clinton endorses Corzine

Former President Bill Clinton walked out to a packed, roaring crowd last night in the College Avenue Gym to campaign in support of Gov. Jon S. Corzine.

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Biden: Corzine will move state forward

With just two weeks left until the gubernatorial election, the Democratic Party has ramped up endorsements for the re-election of Gov. Jon S. Corzine with appearances from prominent Democrats including President Barack Obama, Former President Bill Clinton and Vice President Joe Biden all throughout the state.

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Second face-off sparks education, gay marriage disputes

At the second New Jersey gubernatorial debate, the three candidates may all have agreed that Bruce Springsteen is their favorite N.J. rocker and that the New York Giants — which they agreed should be from the state — are better than the Philadelphia Eagles.

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Law assists students with medical leave

In the event of medical leave due to serious chronic illnesses, many students are left without health insurance. But a new federal law allows full-time college students to remain on their parents' health insurance plans in the event of medical leave.

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FDA blood ban consistent with U. policy

Blood donation from men who have had sex with men is not allowed at the University, and it's not against the University's nondiscrimination policy, according to the University Senate Student Affairs Committee.


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