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News Archives for Jan. 2003

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Story Date
A lesson worth reading 1/31/2003
Band performs farewell concert 1/31/2003
Baylor Opera Theatre presents comedy 'The Elixir of Love' 1/31/2003
Bear Downs is out, Bear-a-thon race is in 1/31/2003
Daily Double 1/31/2003
Examining news from the inside 1/31/2003
Father-daughter relationship prevails in 'About Schmidt' 1/31/2003
From frozen sperm to Tyson fights, U.S. has plenty of laughs 1/31/2003
Letter to the editor 1/31/2003
Men's golf team heads to sunny island 1/31/2003
Multisubject symposium attracts distinguished scholars 1/31/2003
Ohio wrong to seek an easy buck from high schooler's athletic skill 1/31/2003
Riding association moves into 1,000-acre C-Bar Stables 1/31/2003
Teams reached goals in the Big Easy 1/31/2003
University right to change ID system 1/31/2003
Basketball team entertaining 1/30/2003
Budget woes may force state to cut financial aid 1/30/2003
Children's home welcomes servant spirits 1/30/2003
Couple receives Founders Medal 1/30/2003
Health, nutrition big topics for expo 1/30/2003
Letter to the editor 1/30/2003
Letter to the editor 1/30/2003
Living-learning complexes unite students 1/30/2003
New groups find home on campus 1/30/2003
Press names Newman as new director 1/30/2003
Sorority joins Fox in search for cure 1/30/2003
Speech allows Bush to focus on economy as well as Iraqi war 1/30/2003
Stadium is No. 3 nationally 1/30/2003
State of the Union Address rhetoric leaves Democrat leaders laughing 1/30/2003
'One Emotion' CD is musical journey 1/29/2003
4 to get annual alumni award 1/29/2003
Administrator to return to full-time teaching 1/29/2003
BU scores low in LSAT-location survey 1/29/2003
Decking the walls with color, shape 1/29/2003
Dueling is classic club sport 1/29/2003
Faith-based initiatives raise serious issues 1/29/2003
Interim steps up as manager resigns 1/29/2003
Jasper's Barbeque has down-home flavor 1/29/2003
Letter to the editor 1/29/2003
Letter to the editor 1/29/2003
Letter to the editor 1/29/2003
Letter to the editor 1/29/2003
Missionaries bring message of Europe's need to Baylor 1/29/2003
Norton, stellar cast shine in '25th Hour' 1/29/2003
Pioneer of Israeli-Arab reporting to address students, faculty 1/29/2003
Track does well in Lubbock, new athletes keep improving 1/29/2003
War with Iraq about humanity, not weapons or oil 1/29/2003
A treasury of fun in Merlin's Keep 1/28/2003
Alumni group loses funding 1/28/2003
Bears struggle through the weekend 1/28/2003
Church-state minor combines subjects 1/28/2003
Lecture to be given comparing Homer to New Testament 1/28/2003
Letter to the editor 1/28/2003
Letter to the editor 1/28/2003
Letter to the editor 1/28/2003
Lunar New Year provides opportunity for a fresh start within Asian cultures 1/28/2003
Model to visit campus as step show's emcee 1/28/2003
More apartment parking may come 1/28/2003
Morriss comes home to Texas football 1/28/2003
Professor trying to help fill pocketbooks 1/28/2003
Religion department revamping curriculum for freshmen 1/28/2003
Senate smart to block funds for TIA 1/28/2003
Senior named first Presidential Fellow 1/28/2003
Students now get to study in private 1/28/2003
U.S. should exercise caution with debate over potential war 1/28/2003
'Tribune-Herald' seeks fashionable faces 1/24/2003
A place to call home 1/24/2003
Classes take a new look at the elderly 1/24/2003
Dead shouldn't vote, even in Louisiana 1/24/2003
Dead shouldn't vote, even in Louisiana 1/24/2003
It's all for research 1/24/2003
Kids learn love of the game 1/24/2003
Lack of evidence is not a good enough reason to go to war 1/24/2003
Letter to the editor 1/24/2003
Letter to the editor 1/24/2003
Letter to the editor 1/24/2003
Professor named pioneer in development of digital television 1/24/2003
Program recognizes teaching excellence 1/24/2003
Prospective students descend on campus 1/24/2003
Scrums, rucks half full 1/24/2003
Student Congress allocates $5,000 1/24/2003
Super Bowl frenzy is here 1/24/2003
A message of love to overseas troops 1/23/2003
Baylor Bubble' may exist, but students can always burst it 1/23/2003
Bishop helps Baylor celebrate MLK day 1/23/2003
Building projects remain on track 1/23/2003
Buying books online may not be easier 1/23/2003
Lady Bears produce second Big 12 win 1/23/2003
Letter to the editor 1/23/2003
Letter to the editor 1/23/2003
Letter to the editor 1/23/2003
Nursing student wins area pageant 1/23/2003
Panhellenic building soon to open doors 1/23/2003
Panhellenic building soon to open doors 1/23/2003
Point system sinks Michigan admissions 1/23/2003
Roe's 30th anniversary sparks rally 1/23/2003
Spring season looks good for experienced baseball team 1/23/2003
Students run for good cause 1/23/2003
Anti-war protesters have more courage than silent majority 1/22/2003
Court: Professor won't get lost pay 1/22/2003
Freshman may face more charges 1/22/2003
Governor Ryan subverts justice in Illinois 1/22/2003
Grass not greener for intramurals 1/22/2003
International playing produces valuable experiences on field 1/22/2003
Involvement solves freshman woes, builds community 1/22/2003
Java City coming to Moody 1/22/2003
Land deal lets both sides build 1/22/2003
Letter to the editor 1/22/2003
Letter to the editor 1/22/2003
Letter to the editor 1/22/2003
Local bands to showcase style at UBC 1/22/2003
Memory shortage, unstable system causes computer crash 1/22/2003
Men's tennis wins against Louisiana 1/22/2003
Musical 'Chicago' brings Broadway fun to the big screen 1/22/2003
New dean of nursing in line with Baylor 2012 1/22/2003
Organizations honor civil rights leader over holiday 1/22/2003
OSU upsets Bears in overtime 67-64 1/22/2003
Revisiting Jasper in black and white 1/22/2003
Soccer duo creates high hopes for team 1/22/2003
Track team looks forward to an award-winning season 1/22/2003
West restaurant serves up authentic Greek cuisine with a flair 1/22/2003