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News Archives for Oct. 2003

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Story Date
Bears ready for win at K-State 10/31/2003
Classes get students involved in helping Waco's homeless 10/31/2003
Custodian lives own American dream 10/31/2003
Engineering professor to be faculty in residence at North Village 10/31/2003
KOT allocation should have been reduced 10/31/2003
Organ recital provides safe, unique way to celebrate Halloween 10/31/2003
Senior in critical condition after traffic accident 10/31/2003
State forums help clarify 2012 issues 10/31/2003
Student Congress allocates $1,044 10/31/2003
Tradition of service continues for alumni 10/31/2003
Annual cook-off benefits charity 10/30/2003
Baylor soccer splits with Iowa State 10/30/2003
Conclave aids exchange of ideas among ROTC detachments 10/30/2003
HIV prisoners should be kept separately 10/30/2003
Lecturer emphasizes importance of learning, growing 10/30/2003
Morality subject of Pruit lectures 10/30/2003
Nobel winner: 'There is more than one path to God' 10/30/2003
Super Saturdays tailored to kids' interests 10/30/2003
2 residence halls to see changes 10/29/2003
A little bit of Africa coming to Baylor 10/29/2003
Graduate students to debate British team 10/29/2003
Peace Corps shouldn't hide job's dangers 10/29/2003
Professors put DNA, Web to use 10/29/2003
Baylor soccer splits with Iowa State 10/28/2003
Bears shut out by Texas Longhorns 10/28/2003
BU police stay busy at football games 10/28/2003
City shouldn't ban smoking on its beaches 10/28/2003
Ensemble entertains with unusual concert 10/28/2003
Professor from Yale reflects on icons' value 10/28/2003
Professor to offer her wisdom on life's many questions 10/28/2003
Research seeks to remove contamination of water 10/28/2003
Student adds acting to an already busy college schedule 10/28/2003
Applicants needed to fill Student Court justice spots 10/24/2003
Assistance needed at river bank cleanup 10/24/2003
Female elders make conference 'unique' 10/24/2003
Good ol' country fun planned for 1st Cattle Drive 10/24/2003
Safety concern justifies man's security breach 10/24/2003
Student Congress makes $12,800 in allocations 10/24/2003
Students, players alike ready to hook the Texas Longhorns 10/24/2003
Baylor receives teaching grant 10/23/2003
BCPM offers insight into political figures' lives 10/23/2003
Bears fall to Texas A&M 10/23/2003
Book of Jeremiah to be examined at Bible conference 10/23/2003
Michigan reps can't regulate college classes 10/23/2003
Police officers visit local schools, discourage drug use 10/23/2003
Senior nabs 'priceless' sports internship 10/23/2003
Student injured in car crash 10/23/2003
Women's golf team swings into first place 10/23/2003
All-university tailgate benefits abuse center 10/22/2003
BCPM offers insight into political figures' lives personal lives 10/22/2003
Cherry award honors outstanding professors 10/22/2003
Group warning public about abortion effects 10/22/2003
Netters fare well at tourney 10/22/2003
Pledge phrase 'under God' is constitutional 10/22/2003
Police officers visit local schools, discourage drug use 10/22/2003
Study locations abound in Waco 10/22/2003
Walk-ons show heart at tryouts 10/22/2003
Book's message surging through area churches 10/21/2003
Kansas slips past Bears 10/21/2003
Kids Cafe opens doors to those less fortunate 10/21/2003
Missions Emphasis Week digs to root of God's purpose 10/21/2003
School of Education to host reading conference 10/21/2003
State shouldn't intervene in coma decision 10/21/2003
Trading in Spice design for prime-time spaces 10/21/2003
While Addison Road matures, music's purpose stays intact 10/21/2003
5K run to help wetlands project 10/16/2003
Civilian laws don't apply to military policy 10/16/2003
Law students feel courtroom heat 10/16/2003
Library to offer software training 10/16/2003
Mentor program creates spiritual leadership 10/16/2003
Missions Emphasis Week digs to root of God's purpose 10/16/2003
School of Education to host reading conference 10/16/2003
Baylor tennis team racks up more championships 10/15/2003
BU joins orphan charity drive 10/15/2003
Mission: Lending a Christian hand 10/15/2003
Music lovers unlikely to use Napster 2.0 10/15/2003
Panelists discuss U.S. role in Iraq 10/15/2003
Public law author to speak tonight 10/15/2003
Recovered anorexic recalls weight control battle 10/15/2003
Students express recycling concerns 10/15/2003
Volleyball drops Colorado match in three 10/15/2003
Water ski team headed to nationals 10/15/2003
Baylor reduces internal funding 10/14/2003
Bears whooped by Aggies 10/14/2003
Boy's suicide not the fault of his mother 10/14/2003
BU joins orphan charity drive 10/14/2003
Public law author to speak tonight 10/14/2003
Recovered anorexic recalls weight control battle 10/14/2003
SUB den remake in the works 10/14/2003
Volleyball drops Colorado match in three 10/14/2003
Author challenges students to transcend 'wounds' 10/10/2003
Baylor, A&M to revive pregame Bike-the-Ball tradition 10/10/2003
Bears carry winning attitude to A&M 10/10/2003
Farm Day designed to educate public about agricultural issues 10/10/2003
Finding inspiration in the past 10/10/2003
Lady Bears plan potluck for today 10/10/2003
Lady, Joy should attend football games 10/10/2003
Professor of the year nominations now accepted 10/10/2003
Waco to come alive with 'Sound of Music' 10/10/2003
Walkway provides safer campus route 10/10/2003
Author challenges students to transcend 'wounds' 10/9/2003
Conference focuses on economy 10/9/2003
Goal post taken to Sloans' yard 10/9/2003
Lady Bears plan potluck for today 10/9/2003
Model N. Village room on display 10/9/2003
New parking, same violations 10/9/2003
Partial birth abortion bill should pass 10/9/2003
Peace Corps recruits at BU 10/9/2003
Waco receives housing grant 10/9/2003
Asian festival's planners excited to provide cultural education 10/8/2003
Awards to honor family business 10/8/2003
Books for Bears to fight illiteracy in East Waco 10/8/2003
Discussion tonight to examine dating 10/8/2003
Edwards recognized for work in education 10/8/2003
Frankenstein events include reading, drive-in 10/8/2003
Keeping faith even through trying times 10/8/2003
Lady Bears share community spirit 10/8/2003
Lady, Joy won't be at games 10/8/2003
Soccer team defeats Nebraska, loses to Colorado in shut out 10/8/2003
U.S. liaison gives advice on foreign service 10/8/2003
Utah should honor inmates' last requests 10/8/2003
Baylor University Press to unveil 2003-2004 selections 10/7/2003
Bears claim year's 1st Big 12 victory 10/7/2003
Bears roll over Alcorn State 10/7/2003
Common Place creates new BSM worship option 10/7/2003
Cuban pastor's door-to-door ministry inspires many 10/7/2003
Food, karaoke add flair to Mondays 10/7/2003
Keeping faith even through trying times 10/7/2003
Nursing shortage displays nation's lack of native graduates 10/7/2003
Soccer team defeats Nebraska, loses to Colorado in shut out 10/7/2003
Students advised to get vaccinated 10/7/2003
Texas court should reveal voting process 10/7/2003
Asian festival's planners excited to provide cultural education 10/3/2003
Bears battle Colorado 10/3/2003
Biblical stories basis of lecture 10/3/2003
Library gets new director 10/3/2003
Local, national events honor Hispanic Heritage Month 10/3/2003
Military should be able to recruit at law school, university campuses 10/3/2003
Nursing school receives grant 10/3/2003
Student Congress makes allocation 10/3/2003
Students' self-images suffer 10/3/2003
Test adds to freshman advisement 10/3/2003
'Passion' incites some criticism 10/2/2003
Asian festival's planners excited to provide cultural education 10/2/2003
Bears fall to Sooners in five 10/2/2003
Club team pedals to victory 10/2/2003
New play similar to biblical story 10/2/2003
Parents shouldn't fight to ban books 10/2/2003
Program helps participants lead healthier lives 10/2/2003
Recent Dawson Institute appointee opposed 10/2/2003
Weeklong events to highlight business ethics 10/2/2003
Asian festival's planners excited to provide cultural education 10/1/2003
Author, investor to speak tonight 10/1/2003
Future looks bright for cross country runners 10/1/2003
Hippodrome endures despite past adversity 10/1/2003
Italian festival looks to make 'Guinness Book of World Records' 10/1/2003
Italian festival looks to make 'Guinness Book of World Records' 10/1/2003
Men's tennis fares well at tourney 10/1/2003
More freshmen declare pre-nursing as major 10/1/2003
Professor ranks top entrepreneurs in U.S. history 10/1/2003
Students tackle communication barrier 10/1/2003
Technology conference gives glimpse of future 10/1/2003
Woman's suit against salon fair judgment 10/1/2003