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Articles from New York Times Upfront (February 11, 2002)

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Title Author Type Words
Anthrax spreads to the SAT. (voices). Gonzalez, Cirse Brief Article 437
Early decisions. (College). Arenson, Karen W. Brief Article 110
Going global: are poor nations getting a fair deal on free trade? Vilbig, Peter Brief Article 401
Guns kill people. (letters). Campana, Jason 107
Hockey's new ice age: three teen girls make a power play for the gold medal. (Sports). Robbins, Liz Brief Article 625
Ireland's troubles: Northern Ireland's historic 1998 Good Friday Agreement has planted the seeds of peace between Catholics and Protestants, but a recent wave of street violence threatens to roll back the clock. (International). Lavery, Brian 2021
Karzai's quest: the man & the plan: decimated by decades of war, Afghanistan finally has hope for a brighter future. The interim leader, Hamid Karzai, might be the one to chart a new path. (International). Smith, Patricia 1035
let me sleep! The high school opening bell often rings before a teen's internal alarm clock does. Later start times prevent zombies in morning classes and may lead to student improvements. So why don't more schools shift their schedules? It's a matter of time, money, and grades. (National). Diconsiglio, John 1867
Lots to love. (Science). Gallagher, Winifred Brief Article 180
Raves, yes; Ecstasy, no. (letters). 158
Should we rebuild Afghanistan? Afghanistan has suffered through decades of war. Should the U.S. military now lead the way in its reconstruction? (Opinion). Spencer, Jack 720
The big slide: as the U.S. economy rolls downhill into a recession, many people are feeling the hurt in lost jobs and budget cutbacks. Will the good times return? (National). Vilbig, Peter 1546
The museum of racism. (International). Swarns, Rachel L. Brief Article 173
The Olympics of Terror: at the 1972 Games, Palestinian militants took Israeli athletes hostage, bringing terrorism to the world stage. (times past). McCollum, Sean 1624
The teen titans: here are three rising stars to watch in the more extreme Olympic events. Tauber, Chris Brief Article 299
Verdict: not disabled. (Upfront Update). Greenhouse, Linda Brief Article 159
Virtually dead. (Circuits). Kilgannon, Corey Brief Article 108

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