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SLU Community Returns To Find Y2K Bug Caused Few Problems

Matt Murphy

January 12, 2000


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Students returning to Saint Louis University more than likely found that, as a result of the New Year, nothing had changed. And that is just what Steven Reeder wanted. "If I do [my job] right, then no one will notice," Reeder said. Reeder served as head of the Y2K Project here at SLU. Since January of 19...

Fraternities Promote Greek Life During Spring Rush, Offer Variety Of Activities, Events

Eric Winters

January 12, 2000


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Free food and fun abound this week as the Saint Louis University fraternities kick-off Spring Rush. While smaller than Fall Rush, Spring Rush still attracts more than 100 young men looking to participate in Greek life on the University campus. Newly elected Vice President of Recruitment for the Inter...

Campaigns View Young Voters As Key

Marc J. Ambinder

January 12, 2000


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(U-WIRE) DURHAM, N.H.-As the Republican and Democratic candidates begin their last push to mobilize voters before the New Hampshire primaries on Feb. 1, college-going political activists have taken center stage. Nearly every major candidate will attend a giant political convention for high school an...

Dateline NBC, The Discovery Channel To Feature Professor’s Survey Results

Mark Reinsch

January 12, 2000


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A racial survey by a Saint Louis University faculty member will soon be seen on national television. Dateline NBC contacted Psychology Professor Elaine Jones last semester and asked her to conduct a survey on racial behavior of 3, 6 and 9-year-olds, due to air sometime in March on both Dateline NBC and...

NCAA Faces Investigation By Grand Jury

Brandon Schulte

January 12, 2000


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(U-WIRE) LINCOLN, Neb.-Microsoft and NCAA men's basketball may have more in common than most people might think. Both are giants of their domains-Microsoft of the computing industry and men's college basketball of intercollegiate athletics. But the two are linked in a more sinister way as well: both ha...

This Week in The University News History

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December 1, 1999


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FRIDAY, December 4, 1959 Senator Johnson Speaks Monday; First In Series. United States senator Lyndon B. Johnson, Texas Democrat and majority leader of the upper house, will address University students at noon Monday in the Law School auditorium. Sen. Johnson, considered a potential candidate in 19...

Commuter Association Reorganizes, Aims To Improve Life For Commuters

Matt Murphy

December 1, 1999


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The commuter student population at Saint Louis University has been a nearly invisible force on campus. The organization that was created to represent the needs, interests and desires of the commuter population, the Commuter Student Association, has been just as invisible. One issue that brought the as...

KSLU Plans Overhaul For New Year

Matt Bardelli

December 1, 1999


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With the semester coming to a close and the millennium approaching, KSLU, Saint Louis University's campus radio, will finally get a facelift to greet the New Year. Renovation plans were originally set for Dec. 6 but have been pushed back until Dec. 27. Jason Sengheiser, the General Manager of KSLU, sa...

International Student Serves SLU Organizations, Juggles Family, Education, Extracurricular Activities

Dana Vohsen

December 1, 1999


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Dane Salazar, 21, is not your average Saint Louis University student. Double majoring in biology and economics, Salazar juggles a family with school, extracurricular activities and a job. Salazar finds that it is a privilege to raise a family. His family consists of his wife, Melanie Garcia Salazar, an...

More Than 1,200 SLUnion Surveys Tabulated, Opinions Revealed

Eric Winters

December 1, 1999


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Although an official final report has not yet been completed, Project SLUnion survey results are in. More than 1,200 surveys were tabulated by Student Government Association work-studies. "I am happy to report that is was a great success," said SGA President Jay Perry. Interest in the survey appeared...

Student Concert Presents Modern Dance

Diana Umali

December 1, 1999


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For those students looking for a break from studying for exams, the second annual Student Dance Concert aims to provide a unique artistic experience for all. Saint Louis University dance students will perform modern dance improvisatory pieces that the students worked on throughout the fall semester. "...

SLU Activists Take Stance Against SOA

Patrick J. Powers

December 1, 1999


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COLUMBUS, Ga.-In an effort to close the U.S. Army School of the Americas, approximately 12,000 human-rights activists gathered outside Ft. Benning, Ga., Nov. 19-21. Of the 12,000, nearly 150 came from Saint Louis University, the largest contingent sent from any of the 28 Jesuit colleges or universities. "It wa...

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