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News Archives for March 1999

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Story Date
'Dead Man on Campus,' now in video stores 3/31/1999
'I Hate Hamlet' lighter play than Shakespearan classic 3/31/1999
America's dumbing down continues 3/31/1999
Athletic Investment 3/31/1999
Baseball 3/31/1999
Bears defeat Raiders 3/31/1999
Bears, Cowboysto play finalseries game 3/31/1999
BU to hand out 1st posthumous doctorate in May 3/31/1999
Cycling team participates in 'Hill' race 3/31/1999
ISY classes teach by the book, not the screen 3/31/1999
ITC braces for computer e-mail virus 3/31/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/31/1999
Men's Golf 3/31/1999
Men's Tennis 3/31/1999
Men's Track 3/31/1999
Mercury Motors to unveil 2000 model Sable live on Internet 3/31/1999
New attitude shed on football team 3/31/1999
New multivenue clubspices up local nightlife 3/31/1999
New organizationlooks to enhanceoff-campus experience 3/31/1999
Softball 3/31/1999
Softball to lose valuable senior 3/31/1999
Students look to Wacofor greater fitness options 3/31/1999
Women crucial segment of civil rights, writer says 3/31/1999
Women's Golf 3/31/1999
Women's Tennis 3/31/1999
Women's Track 3/31/1999
XII 3/31/1999
8th-graders paint mural in Bear Pits 3/30/1999
Bears sweep Red Raiders 3/30/1999
College Republicans vote shady,member says 3/30/1999
Day care doubles as teaching lab 3/30/1999
Ex-coach's wife gives tips on marriage 3/30/1999
Ko-So What? 3/30/1999
Lady Bears try for 5th Big 12 win 3/30/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/30/1999
Men's tennis copes with loses 3/30/1999
More than 2,700 volunteers 'Step Out' 3/30/1999
Parking violators need new solution 3/30/1999
Police arrest man for indecent exposure 3/30/1999
6th annual 'weekend' packed with events 3/26/1999
BU freshman arrested for'alarming' misdemeanor 3/26/1999
BU prepares for Resurrection Week 3/26/1999
BU to play Tech 3/26/1999
Campus split over Kosovo bombings 3/26/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/26/1999
Men's tennis to face No. 20 Tennessee 3/26/1999
Participants divulge details 3/26/1999
Secret Encounter 3/26/1999
Steele meets students, answers questionsanswers questions 3/26/1999
Track team to compete in Florida 3/26/1999
Y2K just a bug, not worth paranoia 3/26/1999
A new coach and a new attitude:can you feel the excitement? 3/25/1999
BU seeks zoning change 3/25/1999
Ex-drug dealer visits Chapel 3/25/1999
Graphic design gains appeal 3/25/1999
Learning how to shop saves lives, saves money 3/25/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/25/1999
Nobody NoZedetails of chat with gadflies 3/25/1999
Poll finds students expect to like jobs 3/25/1999
Stanton Succeeds 3/25/1999
Steele says involvement is top priority 3/25/1999
Women golfers prepare for Austin 3/25/1999
'U.S News' ranks law school in Top 50 nationally 3/24/1999
Baptist leaders discuss religious freedom 3/24/1999
Bear Briefs 3/24/1999
Bears compete in 1st crew regatta 3/24/1999
Lambda Phi, ABS sponsor bone marrow drive 3/24/1999
Native American Student Associationto hold pow-wow, honor late activists 3/24/1999
Nursing school offers distance education 3/24/1999
Poetry festival draws Pulitzer winners to BU 3/24/1999
Promises for a Blissful season 3/24/1999
Speaker to address men's issues at annual religious conference 3/24/1999
'Brews' gets thumbs upto extend trial period 3/23/1999
Baylor strikes out Missouri 3/23/1999
Coaching Changes 3/23/1999
Freshmen sponsor plays on HIV 3/23/1999
Getting back to your roots...Herbal remedies provide alternative medicine 3/23/1999
Greek system not just one big party 3/23/1999
Lady Bears softball team takes consolation prize 3/23/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/23/1999
Memorial set for former faculty member 3/23/1999
Minorities express concerns on diversity 3/23/1999
Preachersto examinepulpit traps 3/23/1999
Public Radio expected to air in Waco after 2001 3/23/1999
Sports Briefs 3/23/1999
Student wins pageant 3/23/1999
Track places 1st 9 times 3/23/1999
Baseball team shoots for 1st place in Big 12 3/19/1999
Bear Briefs 3/19/1999
Compassionate conservatism:symbolism or real substance? 3/19/1999
Diplomat speaks at Jonsson tribute 3/19/1999
Historian discussespast racial hypocrisy 3/19/1999
KWBU holds bash to celebrate 33rd birthday 3/19/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/19/1999
NoZe incident spurs talk of speech code 3/19/1999
Race Relations 3/19/1999
The great outdoors 3/19/1999
Track teams host Dr Pepper Invitational 3/19/1999
Bears come back in ninth to win 6-5 3/18/1999
Buchanan aggravatescampus race debateww 3/18/1999
Cause and Effect: Penalties of lacrosse 3/18/1999
Conference to focus on religion in classroom 3/18/1999
Experts analyze sex offender's actions 3/18/1999
Fine line separates wit, satire from offensive stereotyping 3/18/1999
Lacrosse varies greatly in men's, women's play 3/18/1999
Making it stick . . . 3/18/1999
Phi Beta Kappa selects juniors for membership 3/18/1999
Prof examines Jim Crow 3/18/1999
Students protest Rope article 3/18/1999
VP Moore admonishes NoZe for racial remarks 3/18/1999
'Feast' raises money for needy 3/17/1999
Alumni cook up book on 'food for love' 3/17/1999
Having a string fling 3/17/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/17/1999
Men's tennis team breaks into elite 10elite 10 3/17/1999
New signs prohibit parking 3/17/1999
NoZe Brothers 3/17/1999
Scruffy's throws St. Patty's Day bash 3/17/1999
Seniors to begin 'Collins' voting 3/17/1999
St. Patrick's Irish lifebegan in slavery 3/17/1999
Students rack up high-dollar fines 3/17/1999
Talking down to college studentsabout drugs and alcohol foolish 3/17/1999
Topolski makes history 3/17/1999
Women's track team makeshistory in Indianapolis 3/17/1999
'Rope' article offends scores 3/16/1999
Athletics names new soccer coach 3/16/1999
Award-winning novelist to discuss westerns 3/16/1999
Baseball spends breakmoving up in Big 12 3/16/1999
Baylor men fail to ask out women,beautiful girls suffer dateless nights 3/16/1999
Bear Briefs 3/16/1999
Homework takes a backseat to2-time Grammy nominee in chapel 3/16/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/16/1999
Miller calls it quits after winless season 3/16/1999
NCAA to no longer enforce minimum SAT score 3/16/1999
Religion class provideshands-on experience 3/16/1999
Sloan responds to racial 'satire' 3/16/1999
Sports Briefs 3/16/1999
Stanton Questioned 3/16/1999
Tallis Scholars to take stage 3/16/1999
Texas senators set up scholarship for former statesman 3/16/1999
Baseball gets ready to face OSU this weekend 3/5/1999
Basketball season ends with 57-83 loss to OSU 3/5/1999
Baylor prepares for H-E-B Tennis Classic 3/5/1999
Baylor spring break hours for March 6-14 3/5/1999
Bear Briefs 3/5/1999
dinner 3/5/1999
Lacrosse continues to build program 3/5/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/5/1999
movie 3/5/1999
Old house offers glimpse into past 3/5/1999
Put 'mission' back into mission trips 3/5/1999
Safety First 3/5/1999
Speakerto discussKenyan politics 3/5/1999
Students with disabilities overcome learning obstacles 3/5/1999
Track starts NCAA race 3/5/1999
Travel plans reserved for spring break 3/5/1999
Year 2000 problems to affect more than computers 3/5/1999
Article's bias offends Native Americans 3/4/1999
Baylor Athletic Schedule 3/4/1999
Baylor begin Big 12 tourney against Oklahoma State 3/4/1999
Book tax bill debated 3/4/1999
Class prepares couplesfor walk down aisle 3/4/1999
Crowding Christian colleges 3/4/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/4/1999
Mac users group meets to discuss goals 3/4/1999
Miller's job in doubt as season ends 3/4/1999
Shameless Stand-off 3/4/1999
SLC pool facilities disappointing for some 3/4/1999
Steele meets alumniby traveling to 20 cities 3/4/1999
Student gov't gains input from graffiti 3/4/1999
University tackles questions 3/4/1999
Women's tennis team serves SMU loss;continues Mustangs' losing streak 3/4/1999
Work-study providesopportunity 3/4/1999
Baylor loses close game to Mizzou, 60-55 3/3/1999
Baylor students plan to hit the open road for spring break 3/3/1999
Bear Briefs 3/3/1999
Bookstore Relief 3/3/1999
Dirty demolition 3/3/1999
Entertainment Brief 3/3/1999
Follow the simple lunch-time rulesto make meal-time more enjoyable 3/3/1999
Journalism department acquires more Macs 3/3/1999
Lacrossing boundaries 3/3/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/3/1999
Local program aids students with funds 3/3/1999
Off-season practice begins 3/3/1999
One man's junk becomesanother man's treasure 3/3/1999
Order of Omega pits greek against greek 3/3/1999
Playing it safe in the sun 3/3/1999
Police search for apartment intruder 3/3/1999
Recent rush programboosts ADPi numbers 3/3/1999
Rounding up campus news on the internet 3/3/1999
Search still in effect fornew head soccer coach 3/3/1999
Simple reminders 3/3/1999
Sonata for two 3/3/1999
Student ready to teach . . . 3/3/1999
Tennis preparing to winfourth consecutive match 3/3/1999
Above: The men of Phi Gamma Delta fight against labor opression ins their Sing act, 'A Day of Justice.' Fiji won third place and an invitation to Pigskin. 3/2/1999
And the winners are . . . 3/2/1999
Baylor hockey wins first game 3/2/1999
Bear Briefs 3/2/1999
Bears extendwinning streakat Ferrell Field 3/2/1999
Bike Parking 3/2/1999
City celebrates 150 years 3/2/1999
Convocation showcases theatrical talent, passion 3/2/1999
Debating affirmative action 3/2/1999
Donkey protects Historic Village 3/2/1999
Lady Bears finish regular season, prepare for tourney 3/2/1999
Letters to the Editor 3/2/1999
Men's tennis maintains perfect season against Colorado 3/2/1999
Mentoring program keeps at-risk children in school 3/2/1999
Sing provides additional entertainment with creative skits between various acts 3/2/1999
SING1999For the 46th year, thousands came to watch one of Baylor's most beloved traditions. photos by Dawn Maple 3/2/1999
SING1999For the 46th year, thousands came to watch one of Baylor's most beloved traditions. photos by Dawn Maple 3/2/1999
Sports Briefs 3/2/1999
Sports fans need lesson in hockey 3/2/1999
Students test luck on floating casinos 3/2/1999
Weekend party leads to student barricade 3/2/1999
Weekend Review 3/2/1999