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Earth topic of debate
ENVIRONMENT from page 1
Stenberg has supported the
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animal habitats and subsidizes
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the environment when he set up
the Environmental Trust Fund
while he was governor, Cady
The fund, which gets 45.5
percent of lottery proceeds,
gives grants to organizations
that work to restore Nebraska’s
environment, she said.
Foundation, a group that works
to protect Nebraska's water,
gave Nelson its government
service award for his work with
the Environmental Trust Fund,
Both candidates said they
support protecting the environ
ment, but both have said they
want to protect the rights of
businesses and individuals, too.
“Ben believes that any envi
ronmental regulations must be
supported by sound science
and should undergo cost bene
fit tests,” Cady said.
Stenberg has questioned
whether the Environmental
Protection Agency, a govern
ment group that makes envi
ronmental regulations, has
ignored company’s concerns.
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Universities block Napster
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Judicial Affairs, Spanel said.
Baker said he didn’t agree with
UNUs policy on computer use.
“That’s a bunch of bull crap,”
he said. “(Students) are not going
to use computers for academic
purposes 100 percent of the time.
“You might as well use the
computer for something fun to do
like listen to music.”
Indiana University has
blocked Napster from its server
twice. In February, the university
blocked the site because it was
taking up too much room on the
server and causing slow reaction
The problem was fixed by lim
iting the amount of bandwidth
Napster users could consume to
Before, that number had been
more than 60 percent
The block was then taken off
until April, when the university
was sued by the rock band
Metallica for allowing students to
download copyrighted music
Metallica has since dropped
the university from its suit, but the
block on Napster will remain until
the appeals court makes its deci
sion, said Mark Bruhn, informa
tion technology policy officer for
The university has since
spawned an advertising cam
paign to educate students about
downloading copyrighted materi
al, Bruhn said.
He didn’t foresee any future
problems with Napster. Bruhn
said most students were support
ive of the university’s decision to
block the Web site.
Family Day brings back old tradition
WYUKA from page 1
Historical Society would like to
see this continue as members
work to make the area a resource
for the entire community.
Plans for an arboretum are
also in the works, said Diane
Bohlken, who works as a horti
culturist for the cemetery. The
horticulture staff plans to plant
50 new trees per year for the next
5 to 7 years. Last year they plant
o ed 100.
“Fifty trees may sound like a
lot, but since the cemetery has 50
different sections, that is only
one new tree per section,
As more varieties of trees are
established in the cemetery the
area will become a place to view
architecture as well as horticul
ture, Hutchinson said.
“Wyuka cemetery is one of
the best places in Lincoln to see a
variety of architectural styles,” he
said. “In other parts of Lincoln,
architectural structures get tom
down, new building go up and
the older forms are lost
“Wyuka is like a time capsule.
You can see things here that you
just can’t find anywhere else.”
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