EDITORIALS FOR MONDAY, MARCH 24, 2003
Iraq: Casualties of war
The headlines and broadcasts are now showing the realities of war - firefights near Nasiriyah, a jet downed by "friendly" fire, a U.S. soldier apparently turning on his comrades, American soldiers taken prisoner on the battlefield and American protesters demonstrating at home.

Erpenbeck: Class-action settlement
The long Erpenbeck nightmare for 132 homeowners with liens against their new homes is about to end.

UC athletics: Private help
Two substantial checks in the past two weeks not only can help the University of Cincinnati improve its ability to lure top recruits and solidify its place in big-time athletics, they can provide a welcome boost for the school in light of recent funding cuts.

OTHER OPINIONS
War evokes different views

Readers' Views
Letters to the editor.

LOCAL VOICES
How is the war affecting your life?
This week, we asked members of our current and former Local Voices panel of reader-columnists this question: "Now that the war against Iraq has begun, how is the conflict affecting you personally?" Here are the responsed we received.
SUNDAY FORUM
GUEST COLUMNIST - WILLIAM A. HAZLETON
Winning the peace: Acts of completion
Be it the Middle East, Balkans, Kashmir, or Cyprus, former-President Clinton and British Prime Minister Blair have cited the Good Friday Agreement as a model for resolving conflict.

GUEST COLUMNIST - GERRY KELLY
Winning the peace: An 'imbedded conflict'
This week most Irish political leaders are in the United States to mark St. Patrick's Day. Unfortunately it is not all about celebrating Ireland's national day. Serious political work also needs to be done.
Key dates in the peace process

SPECIAL FEATURES
Education Debate: Higher ed
Colleges and universities ought to be accountable for the quality of the educations they provide as well as for the prices they charge.
Special Ed: Refund or reform?
Head Start: Reading or socialization?

Music Hall memories
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Awe-inspiring moments at Hall
Music Hall: A beloved landmark
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