Gateway (October 15, 2008)

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Jones, Stephanie/Staff Reporter
Weakley, Nicole /Staff reporter
Mayo, Kristen/Staff Reporter
Brown, Hasaana/Staff Reporter
Friar, Carrie/Staff Reporter
Steding, Ian/Staff Reporter
Potter, Jennifer/Staff Reporter
Wilcox, Stephanie/Staff Reporter
Williams, Yvette/Staff Reporter
Pavolva, Victoria/Staff Reporter
FMCC Communications Club
student newspaper , student publication
Cheerleading club talked about becoming a sport; Counseling services available to students; Crawford is new outreach, support, evening advisor; Dodgeball Frenzy; Dybas is new member of systems, technologies program; Enrollment for winter term, spring semester begins soon; Fagbug' owner coming to campus to talk about hate crimes; Frank VanValen is new math lab supervisor; Group forms new dance team; Have a Million Dollar Idea?; Letter to the Editor; Library offers Saturday hours again; Movie Candy; NBA ready for another season; On the Quad; Phi Theta Kappa to bring books to the WORLD; PTK hosts state-wide conference, political candidates; PTK works on getting the vote out; Raiders Soccer ends in disappointment; Red Cross blood drive was a success for campus; Research Contest; Sanders in new writing lab instructor; SGA recognizes three new clubs; SGA uses the Adirondack Center to develop trust and team relationships; Student Activities Board has scheduled an obstacle course, halloween dance this month; Students showing their fashion flair; The Follies,' campus talent will raise funds; Upcoming area concerts; Women's Soccer 2008; Women's Volleyball 2008; X-ray art to show us more than bones; Breast Cancer Awareness Month; Carl Stock says print newspapers will cede future to internet news, blogs; Cheerleaders elected officers, plan activities; 'Fagbug' owner coming to campus to talk about hate crimes; Jones, Deering elected to Film Club position; Karlyn LaBate joins radiology faculty; Library offers Saturday hours again; Michelle Garretson is teaching psychology; MISA selling raffle tickets to raise fund for community work; Sanders is new writing lab instructor; 'The Follies,' campus talent will raise funds