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Students Make A Difference

Lauren Smith

September 15, 1999

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Yesterday, Saint Louis University faculty, staff and students had the opportunity to sign and volunteer as part of Make A Difference Day. The volunteers pledged to join more than a million people all over the United States for "...

College Couples Try Sharing Rent Before Sharing Wedding Vows

Ann Marie Bronowski

December 31, 1969

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(U-WIRE) BLOOMINGTON, Ind.-Senior Owen Mundy might not always put the seat down, but his girlfriend, Rasma Vitols, learned to deal with it during the past two years. When most students' parents were born, living together wa...

Dental School Reopens After Bomb Threat

Michael Chapman

December 31, 1969

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(U-WIRE) IOWA CITY, Iowa-Under increased security following a Tuesday bomb threat, the University of Iowa Dental Science Building will reopen to students, faculty and patients today. Approximately 30 members of bomb squads fr...

Drug That Aids Smokers May Reduce Addiction

Jennifer Song

December 31, 1969

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(U-WIRE) DURHAM, N.C.-A drug primarily used to help people quit smoking may also reduce cocaine addiction, based on recent tests on rats. "This research opens a new approach to the treatment of cocaine abuse, which has been re...

Chef George Cooks Up Storm In Gries Cafeteria

Anne Marie Deye

December 31, 1969

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Maybe he has whipped you up a plate of spaghetti, saut?ed a little stir-fry, or even made you his special "du jour." You can find him with his skillet, spatula, and his sense of humor behind the Griesedieck buffet line. He is...

“Dark Ride” To Feature Unique Special Effects

Joe Hahn

December 31, 1969

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If you are seeking mystery, drama, a B movie, or creative special effects, you can find them all entwined in the cryptic carnival that is Dark Ride. This drama from cutting-edge playwright Len Jenkin is the newest production fr...

Boeing President To Speak

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December 31, 1969

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Boeing President and Chief Operating Officer Harry C. Stonecipher will speak on the "Future of Technology" at the inaugural Parks College of Engineering and Aviation Distinguished Speaker Series on Tuesday, May 2. The event wi...

SGA Ponders Use Of `Extra’ $8,300

Eric Winters

December 31, 1969

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"Surprise-SGA has more money," said Rob Bain, Student Activity Board President, in his appeal for additional funding. With $8,333.33 to distribute in appeal funding, the 27th General Assembly of the Student Government Association co...

B&A School Continues Investigation

Meredith Hattendorf

December 31, 1969

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Since economics professor Mark Funk, announced mid-February that he had suspicions of 34 students cheating on an exam, the School of Business and Administration has begun but not finished an investigation. "Six cases of possible ac...

Biondi Reviews Goals, Progress, Service In Annual Address

Diana Umali

December 31, 1969

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University President Lawrence Biondi, S.J., delivered his annual State of the University Address last Wednesday, focusing on the challenges and opportunities facing Saint Louis University as it enters the new millennium. Biondi de...

BossTones Blast, Bedazzle Students At Scottish Rite

Colleen M. Schrappen

December 31, 1969

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Wednesday nights at the Scottish Rite are not usually so loud. But last Wednesday, the walls pulsated during the Mighty Mighty BossTones concert. Citizen King opened for the ska-rock band at 9 p.m. and played for about an hour. Sa...

SGA Senate Names Award Recipients

Eric Winters

December 31, 1969

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And the winners are. Last week, the Student Government Association awarded the Mary A. Bruemmer Award and Joseph F. Hodes Student of the Year Award to Interim Vice Provost Kathy Humphrey and Senior Jason Sengheiser. The Bruem...

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