“They said it!”


“Obviously, we are very happy. … It is something we really needed and now it’s going to finally become a reality.”

SA President Eric Erickson on the $8.6 million renovation of the student union, which was approved by the Board of Regents last Friday.

“All the decades of deceit and cruelty have now reached an end. … Saddam Hussein and his sons must leave Iraq within 48 hours. Their refusal to do so will result in military conflict commenced at a time of our choosing.”

President George W. Bush on the deadline for Saddam Hussein to leave Iraq, as reported by the Associated Press Mon., March 17. Bush addressed the nation Monday night on the possibility of war with Iraq.

“On the other hand, I think we have to be very careful not to let Saddam Hussein control our lives. We have to balance those.”

National Collegiate Athletic Association president Myles Brand on the possibility of delaying the NCAA basketball tournament by a few days in the event of a war with Iraq, as reported by the AP Mon., March 17.

“The whole campaigning thing seems kind of unseemly to me, so I haven’t really done that. I hope the work stands on its own, but I fear, like in politics, money wins.”

Best Supporting Actress nominee Meryl Streep on the various campaigns for Academy Awards, as reported by Reuters Mon., March 17. Streep is nominated for her role in “Adaptation” and is considered a favorite.

“The story here sounds like fiction, but it is fact. … The concept of protecting the environment became hideously distorted as transients were given coupons for a liquor store instead of money for their cans and bottles.”

Los Angeles city attorney Rocky Delgadillo on a company which gave homeless citizens coupons for a liquor store in exchange for cans and bottles they dug out of the trash, as reported by Reuters Mon., March 17.