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Campus Violence #715209

CBS Evening News for Monday, Nov 25, 2002
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Dallas: Bob McNamara) A rise in violent demonstrations on college campuses examined; details given of the weekend’s mayhem following Ohio State University’s football victory; scenes shown from Columbus, Ohio, Honolulu, Hawaii, Pullman, Washington, and College Station, Texas. [Columbus Mayor Michael COLEMAN†- says this is a black eye as to how we are viewed in the nation.] [“Sports Illustrated” Rick REILLY†- says sports is part of what’s going on in the fabric of the country.] [Texas A&M student Carisa KIMBRO†- comments on the off-campus bonfire built by students and alumni.]

Rather, Dan;
McNamara, Bob

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