The Prospector (Helena, Mont.) 1916-2015, December 08, 2006, Image 2

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Page 2 A STUDENT PUBLICATION O F CARROLL COLLEGE Editors in Chief Jodi Schmitz Emily Mannex Advertising Director Matt Thomas Faculty Adviser Prof. Brent Northup Interns Kate Paul Molly Priddy Maggie McCall Pat Manning Lisa Potter Chris Torrens Chris Mattix Staff Reporters Kellie Blankenstein Alyse Zimmer Kathleen Tarrant Katie Beall Carrie Ritter L.T.F. Larsen Kelly Devlin Photography Marti Alltucker All students of all majors and years can join the Prospector Staff. If interested in joining our staff contact editors Jodi Schmitz and Emily Mannex at prospector® The Prospector welcomes expressions of the views of its readers. Letters must be signed and must include the address and telephone number of the writer. Letters are subject to editing for brevity. Please send your • Story ideas • Letters to the editor • Pictures from activities around campus • Feedback to your editors Emily Mannex and Jodi Schmitz at prospectorc i l i 11 . N e e d a little SaLsA in your d a y ? T a C o del S o L 101 N. Last C h a n c e G u lc h p h o n e : (406} 443-3978 Friday, December 8,2006 Volume 90, No 3

The Prospector (Helena, Mont.), 08 Dec. 2006, located at <>, image provided by MONTANA NEWSPAPERS, Montana Historical Society, Helena, Montana.