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Articles from New York Times Upfront (May 9, 2003)

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Title Author Type Words
All the news that's fit to click? More teens are turning to nontraditional sources for news. Who do you trust? (media). Serchuk, David 820
An epidemic and its fashions. (Photo). 107
Asia fattens. (Health). Mydans, Seth 96
Coming to life. (Q&A). Coco, Paul Interview 184
Humiliation & range stalk the Arab world: to many Arabs, even Saddam Hussein was better than defeat by the American-led coalition. (News Analysis). MacFarquhar, Neil Cover Story 1370
My body needed help to grow. (voices). Thompson, Kelby 514
She got game: boosted by a federal antidiscrimination law, more and more female athletes are challenging men on the field. How far will they go? (National). Zack, Ian 1651
Should students be allowed to use cell phones in school? As cell phones pop up everywhere, some schools are prohibiting them. But others say the phones are useful in emergencies. (opinion). 587
Singin' in the game. (Arts). Holloway, Lynette 116
States may ban cross burning. (Upfront Update). Greenhouse, Linda 128
The first United Nations: "a tragedy of disappointment": after World War I, President Wilson helped create the League of Nations to avoid future wars. Then the U.S. all but doomed it. (times past). McCollum, Sean 1587
Title IX boosts girls' participation in high school sports. (Graph Exercise). 363
United no more? The U.S. went to war in Iraq without the UN's blessing. Does the world's only superpower need the UN? In a changing world, is the UN still relevant? (International). Barringer, Felicity 2476
Upfront quiz 1. 266
Upfront quiz 2. 245
Upfront quiz 3. 333
Upfront quiz show. 303
Virtual handout. (Society). Pearlstein, Joanna 121
Volunteers for war: two American heroes show how the military reflects the nation's population, economy, and ethnic changes. (National). Vilbig, Peter 1854

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