College Students Protest Halliburton Recruiting Effort This week, the Campus Antiwar Network on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus is protesting Halliburton's decision to recruit the university's engineering students. Campus activism has a long tradition at University of Wisconsin. In the 1960s, students protested Dow Chemical's involvement in Vietnam.
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College Students Protest Halliburton Recruiting Effort

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College Students Protest Halliburton Recruiting Effort

College Students Protest Halliburton Recruiting Effort

College Students Protest Halliburton Recruiting Effort

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This week, the Campus Antiwar Network on the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus is protesting Halliburton's decision to recruit the university's engineering students.

Campus activism has a long tradition at University of Wisconsin. In the 1960s, students protested Dow Chemical's involvement in Vietnam.

A leader of the Campus Antiwar Network speaks to Noah Adams.