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Here are some links I think might be interesting, but e-mail me with more ideas!

http://www.congressionalpages.org -- This is a great website run by former Page Billy Kwilos... check it out while you can though, because unfortunately it is going to be gone after May!
 
http://www.dcpages.org/ -- This seems to have some kinks in it right now but looks like it will be great once everything is worked out!
 
http://detnews.com/2001/metro/0109/21/a08-299539.htm -- Read "Congressional Pages Remain in Washington."  Yeah Zach and Ashley G!
 
http://www.townhall.com/columnists/johnmccaslin/jm20020208.shtml -- Check out the Future Leaders? paragraph.  It's about our fall pages.
 
http://www.nationalrehab.org/website/govt/200135.html -- So my question is, where's our mail?
 
http://www.csmonitor.com/2002/0131/p01s02-usgn.html -- This has that famous picture of Lauren O, Jordan, Gretchen, Alison B, Mallory, and several people's hands (sorry Dominic, Hilary, Eddie and the rest of you)!
 
http://easyreader.hermosawave.net/news2001/0927/harman-students-terrorists.asp -- This is about how Congresswoman Harmon talked to some scared pages at the State of the Union
 
http://www.aoc.gov/media/h_page_dorm_fact_sheet.htm -- This is a fact sheet about the building of our dorm
 
http://www.rollcall.com/pages/gtc/guid0910k.html -- More about our dorm (you have to scroll a bit)
 
http://www.edwade.com/content_con.html -- Kind of funny and includes a note about our fully staffed school (about the sixth paragraph under Chapter 2)
 
http://www.congressionalcemetery.org/index.html -- This is a link to the Congressional Cemetery that Mr. Oliver was involved in.
 
http://thomas.loc.gov/ -- For all of you that need to track a bill
 
http://www.house.gov/ -- The basic House of Representatives website
 
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-srv/national/longterm/inaug/vick/users.htm -- Check out Ron Jolly's "question."  I don't think I ever really learned anything that interesting as a Page.
 
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/2/88b-1.html -- Did you know that we are mentioned in Title 2, Chapter 4, Section 88b-1 of the US Code?  Absolutely fascinating.
 
http://www4.law.cornell.edu/uscode/2/88b-5.html -- We're also in Title 2, Chapter 4, Section 88b-5!
 
http://homepage.mac.com/madbard/radio/ -- Did you also know that it was Pages that started the Capitol Steps?  Check out the very bottom of this website.
 
http://www.tompaine.com/check_it_out/ -- Check out Paging busted Pages
 
http://politicalhumor.about.com/library/bldailyfeed3.htm -- Read Conan O'Brien's quote about 1/3 of the way down the page.
 
http://pages1985.www1.50megs.com/ -- The official class of 1984/85 website
 
http://world.std.com/~kalil/newsletter.html -- This is a link to a 1997 newsletter for the 1986/87 class.
 
http://www.thestandard.com/article/0,1902,13959,00.html -- This has a short paragraph about when Bill Gates stopped to greet pages
 
http://usinfo.state.gov/usa/infousa/politics/congress/prof107.pdf -- This is kind of interesting (remember the CRS reports we read for the Page Model Congress) and it mentions that 7 members of Congress used to be Pages.
 
http://www.bullmoose-b-and-b.com/History.htm -- Apparently Congressional Pages used to live in this place
 
http://www.jsa.org/south/Congress.html -- Check out the fourth paragraph or the fourth reason to attend the Congress.  My question is why anyone would want to be a Congressional Page over the Speaker of the House?
 
http://www.jsa.org/events/congress/prepare.pdf -- Another example, check out page 11.