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Daily Debriefing

(10/23/06 9:00am)

Approximately 35 students attended the Dartmouth Progressives' second annual Activism Workshop on Saturday. The event targeted students who are interested in creating an organization or holding an event. There were four different one-hour workshops: Event Planning, which taught students how to create, fund, advertise and run an event; Grassroots Activism, which explained how to start a new organization; Working With The Big Boys, which discussed how to intern with an established organization; and Activism 101, which discussed the logistics of overseeing an organization.



Daily Debriefing

(10/16/06 9:00am)

After serving as a Democratic representative for the Oregon House District 36 in the southwest Portland area for three terms, Mary Nolan '76 is currently campaigning for a fourth term against her libertarian opponent Frank Dane. Nolan is a strong supporter of defending civil liberties, protecting the environment, and improving public schools. She holds a firm position against Ballot Measure 43, which would outlaw abortions for minors without prior parental notification. She also opposes Measure 87, a proposition that would ban sex shops and limit free speech. Nolan has 12 years of experience in public service, which include serving as Portland Director of Environmental Services. She also has 12 years of business experience in business development, electronics design, manufacturing and financial management. She is currently the president and owner of an electronics company.




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