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VP Brady Fields Questions Regarding Department

Eric Winters

October 27, 1999

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Kathleen Brady, Vice President for Facilities Services and Civic Affairs, explained her departments and fielded questions at the Student Government Association senate meeting last night. Brady began her presentation by elaborating on...

BSC Renamed Hermann Stadium

Matt Bardelli

October 27, 1999

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"There's no place like home. There's no place like home." Well, home finally has a name, and it is Hermann. On the evening of Oct. 27 the new $5.1 million Billiken Sports Center was named in honor of Robert R. Hermann. Hermann and his ...

Griesedieck Hall Haunted House Prepares To Scare And Share

Zachary Borowiak

October 27, 1999

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In recent history, Saint Louis University has been one of the main stages for contemporary tales of horror. Stories of an exorcism held in the hallowed halls of the school's older buildings have been the basis for several do...

Diversity Advocates Plan Colors Week, Emphasize Diversity, Awareness

Diana Umali

October 27, 1999

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In an effort to spread the messages of diversity and cultural acceptance, the Diversity Advocates group at Saint Louis University planned a series of events for Colors Week `99. "Diversity Through the Eyes of the World" focused...

Oriflamme Sponsors New Student Reunion

Eric Winters

October 20, 1999

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Last night, familiar faces reunited for last night's 1999 New Student Reunion sponsored by Oriflamme. "The reunion is a new idea. A lot of people say we just do stuff the first week of school. Now that half the semester is ov...

Students Set To Make A Difference

Lisa Arnold

October 20, 1999

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Approximately 1,200 Saint Louis University students, faculty and staff will serve the St. Louis community this Saturday, Oct. 23, by participating in SLU Make A Difference Day. SLU participants will join one million others th...

Gift Of Glass Enriches, Accents Cupples House

Lauren Smith

October 20, 1999

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Saint Louis University's Samuel Cupples House possesses one of the largest antique glass collections in the Midwest. This achievement is mostly due to donations from Eleanor Turshin, who has been collecting glass for the past ha...

SLU Hosts National College Fair, Draws Over 7,000 Visitors

Andrew Miller

October 20, 1999

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What's one of the best ways to bring approximately 7,000 visitors to Saint Louis University's campus? Try hosting a national college fair. On Sunday, Oct. 17, thousands of area high school seniors and their families converged up...

SLU Law School Set To Hold Symposium Focusing On Aspects Of U.S. Congress

Zachary Borowiak

October 20, 1999

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Congress has been making more headlines than usual lately with issues ranging from the ratification of a treaty to the annual budget showdown between Congress and Bill Clinton. In both of these situations the powers of Congress,...

Writer Achebe To Receive Literary Award

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October 20, 1999

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Distinguished writer Chinua Achebe was recently named 1999 winner of The Saint Louis Literary Award of the Associates of Saint Louis University Libraries. Achebe will receive the award next Thursday, Oct. 28 at 5:30 p.m. in Bu...

Oriflamme Executive Board Members Appointed

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October 20, 1999

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Oriflamme advisor David Clark, outgoing vice president Meredith Saner and outgoing treasurer Maggie Cella oversee the election of next year's Oriflamme executive board officers.

Sweatshop Workers Tell Of Making Yale University Apparel

Katherine Palms

October 20, 1999

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(U-WIRE) NEW HAVEN, Conn.-To many Yale University Students, there is something more important than midterms. Tuesday night, about 100 students gathered to hear Charles Kernaghan of the National Labor Committee and two Salvadoran fa...

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