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There are a lot of red links in the article. I count 12 or 13 links to nonexistent articles about NOCCA faculty members—and that's just in music and theatre. With all due respect to these dedicated professionals, is it reasonable to expect that they are all notable and will have articles written about them? For that matter, is it necessary or appropriate to list faculty members? I shudder to think how much red we would see if faculty members in the other disciplines were listed. -- Muffuletta 05:25, 3 December 2006 (UTC)