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Search SG Article Library Student Leader - Fall 2002 Super Servants• Cover Profile: Lindsay Hyde • Service Pays Off • Superstars of Service • Time to Lend a Hand • National Lobby Groups
Get Ready to Rumble Felicia J. Barclay Protesting may get you media attention, but there are better methods to get results with the administration.
Take Our Advice Vincent Alex Brown, executive editor Using full-time or co-advisors will help your group be more effective.
Not Another Budget Cut! Butch Oxendine, editor in chief Follow these 20 money-saving tips and your group will be financially better off.
United We Grow Risa G. Merl, senior editorial assistant Learn from tested leaders what it takes to build unity in your group.
Ask the Expert Student Leader staff Leveraging over two decades of student leadership experience, Student Leader Publisher and Editor in Chief W.H. "Butch" Oxendine, Jr., is now available as "America's #1 SG Consultant."
National Lobby Groups By Chelsea Ellis Do we need a new national student alliance, and if so, what would its purpose be?
Service Pays Off Catherine Smith That warm, fuzzy feeling you get isn't the only benefit to community service. Your group can get tangible results from service work.
Strength Training John Lamothe, associate editor Harvard's Lindsay Hyde is teaching girls how to build self-esteem through her after-school program "Strong Women, Strong Girls."
Superstars of Service Compiled by Student Leader staff These four students know what it means to sacrifice for the good of others. Find out how and why they're involved in service.
Time to Lend a Hand Compiled by Student Leader staff Looking for a community service organization to join? Find the perfect group from our list.
Joining Forces John Lamothe, associate editor A Student Government brings together all the groups on campus.
Remembering 9/11 John Lamothe, associate editor For students and staff at Monroe Community College in New York, the best way to begin healing from 9/11 was to create a memorial to remember that day.