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July 9, 2007 | From Times wire reports
Sure, there are those pesky academic matters to tend to, but the main part of the college experience, at least for the highly social students at Cyprus-Rhodes University, is partying. There's licking salt off the exposed tummy of a scantily clad coed and doing a shot of tequila 101. And there's the master's seminar in frat president and most sought-after pledge in various stages of undress.
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July 9, 2007 | From Times wire reports
Sure, there are those pesky academic matters to tend to, but the main part of the college experience, at least for the highly social students at Cyprus-Rhodes University, is partying. There's licking salt off the exposed tummy of a scantily clad coed and doing a shot of tequila 101. And there's the master's seminar in frat president and most sought-after pledge in various stages of undress.
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November 17, 2001 | ALAN ABRAHAMSON, TIMES STAFF WRITER
It's 1,000 days until the opening of the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens. Today of all days--17 November. On that day in 1973, the military junta then ruling Greece brutally crushed a student uprising. Later, a terrorist group took "17 November" as its name and has operated with impunity in Greece for a generation, having killed 22 people since 1975, four of them Americans. The anniversary of the junta's 1973 reprisal will, as usual, be marked with a march on the U.S. Embassy in Athens.
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