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News Archives for Oct. 2008

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Story Date
Aggie sticks once basis for rivalry 10/31/2008
Assistant professor runs Gunslingers minor league team 10/31/2008
BAA to award five outstanding alumni 10/31/2008
Baylor adds library to Texas history 10/31/2008
Baylor Driving Club not just about fast and furious cars 10/31/2008
Baylor ramps up recycling efforts for weekend events 10/31/2008
Baylor Religion Hour choir celebrates 60th anniversary 10/31/2008
Baylor's annual finance report released 10/31/2008
Bears For Life point out lack of pregnancy support 10/31/2008
Board of Regents present naming gift for practice facility 10/31/2008
BU's rise in athletic success contradicted by poor fans 10/31/2008
Celebrate this Halloween tastefully, inexpensively 10/31/2008
Daniel, Griffin travel different paths to same outcome 10/31/2008
Editorial: Bike program could decrease parking problems 10/31/2008
Entertainment venues flock to Waco 10/31/2008
Eternal flame up in smoke? 10/31/2008
Fagan, Lynch helping lead Bears out of Big 12 basement 10/31/2008
Groups create float to help charity 10/31/2008
Haunted houses spread chills down spine on All Hallows Eve 10/31/2008
Iraqi proposal demands all U.S. troops go by 2011 10/31/2008
Lady Bears back in action 10/31/2008
Library window dedication ends 10-year project 10/31/2008
Meaning of American patriotism contested in 2008 10/31/2008
Mock trial team takes first place 10/31/2008
Mulkey adds new faces to court, bench 10/31/2008
Multicultural Activities to host Homecoming Reception 10/31/2008
Multicultural organizations to participate in homecoming parade 10/31/2008
Philosopher to discuss animals' emotions 10/31/2008
Pigskin celebrates 50th anniversary 10/31/2008
Regent visits Student Senate 10/31/2008
Taking a peek at the president's bookshelf 10/31/2008
Teammates find common ground in Europe 10/31/2008
The Green Room Grille's French cuisine, cozy atmosphere worth expensive prices 10/31/2008
Two alumni share their Baylor experiences 10/31/2008
University trying to attract more international students 10/31/2008
Young voters can make meaningful change in election, country 10/31/2008
'Suns' offers different side to Snow Patrol 10/30/2008
Bears to finish season against Texas 10/30/2008
BU drops road match at ISU 10/30/2008
Climatology expert to explore how glaciers contribute to rising sea levels 10/30/2008
Disc jockeys showcase their musical stylings in Waco 10/30/2008
Dorms decorate, welcome Missouri with tiger patties 10/30/2008
Editorial: Americans should take advantage of early voting 10/30/2008
Feces used as fuel 10/30/2008
Grant provides low-income students with shot at college 10/30/2008
Interest rates slashed to historic low 10/30/2008
Letters to the editor 10/30/2008
Look to 'freegans' for example of sustainability 10/30/2008
Luncheon event aims to forecast clear economy 10/30/2008
Philadelphia jumps from worst to first with 4-3 victory over Rays 10/30/2008
Waco Police crack down on criminals 10/30/2008
10-year bonfire lawsuit settled 10/29/2008
Bears gear up for tough homecoming game against Missouri 10/29/2008
BU should take kicking cue from Texas Tech 10/29/2008
College builds character that will help shape life decisions 10/29/2008
Documentary featured in business ethics week 10/29/2008
Editorial: Murder rate sign can harm Waco's economy 10/29/2008
Gay-rights activists arrested at college 10/29/2008
Music department to recreate Halloween during organ recital 10/29/2008
New Campus Kitchen to feed Waco's hungry 10/29/2008
Safety adjustments made for homecoming events 10/29/2008
Sen. Cornyn campaigns at Waco luncheon 10/29/2008
Texas House campaigns get large funding from parties 10/29/2008
TSTC campus fire is fourth blaze in 5 days 10/29/2008
Balancing work, play possible for game addicts 10/28/2008
Editorial: Image of average 'hockey mom' tainted by clothes 10/28/2008
Exhibition brings artists to campus 10/28/2008
FBI agent to educate students about cyberspace security threats 10/28/2008
First half not enough; Bears fall 32-20 to NU 10/28/2008
Fulbright draws record number of applicants 10/28/2008
NFL investigating steroid use 10/28/2008
Obama assassination plot foiled 10/28/2008
Officials say FEMA 'insensitive' after Ike 10/28/2008
ONE campaign visits campus 10/28/2008
Sports Briefs 10/28/2008
Sprinklers should water lawns, not students and concrete 10/28/2008
Sprinting toward the finish line 10/28/2008
Husker defense gains poise in 2nd half, beats Baylor 32-20 10/26/2008
Baylor basketball prepares for season 10/24/2008
Baylor, Waco discuss Brazos development 10/24/2008
Bears prepare to hold off Huskers 10/24/2008
Billboards prompt tourism worries from businesses 10/24/2008
BU closely tied to 'Murder' 10/24/2008
Dutton collision injures two women 10/24/2008
Editorial: Let city have say in expansion 10/24/2008
Letters to the editor 10/24/2008
Line camp, Baylor Bound leader shares experience 10/24/2008
Nursing school launches accelerated 12-month program 10/24/2008
Ramsower takes responsibility for SAT 'goof' 10/24/2008
Students need voice in BU presidential search 10/24/2008
Candidates meet in West, talk politics 10/23/2008
Column: US weapons sale to Taiwan should be halted 10/23/2008
Editorial: Roommate pairing method needs improvement 10/23/2008
Experienced screenwriters of 'Twilight,' 'Shrek,' 'Big Fish' offer advice to young filmmakers 10/23/2008
Online display of genetics can be used in negative manner 10/23/2008
Police arrest and charge man for vehicle burglary 10/23/2008
'Twilight' star shines in film, 'How to Be' 10/22/2008
"Hope for Hopeless" portrays powerful optimism 10/22/2008
Bill presented to unify search process 10/22/2008
BU allows enough time for campus campaigning 10/22/2008
Columnist urges students: take risks 10/22/2008
Documentaries take a look into odd lives 10/22/2008
Downtown Waco may get revamp 10/22/2008
Editorial: National standard for counting dead votes needed 10/22/2008
Groups' haunted house spooks Waco for charity 10/22/2008
Huskers hope to keep slim bowl bid alive 10/22/2008
Memorial Stadium an additional hurdle for visiting Bears 10/22/2008
Offense sparks Bears past Jayhawks in straight sets 10/22/2008
President search may get outside input 10/22/2008
Professor's views test Darwinian evolution theory 10/22/2008
Reading series wraps up 10/22/2008
Science building extends hours 10/22/2008
Sensitivity toward poor goal of global poverty symposium 10/22/2008
Soccer heads north to face Mizzou, KU 10/22/2008
Student Government to sponsor Hay Day Straw Poll 10/22/2008
Taekwondo hits big, winning 14 medals 10/22/2008
'W.' offers audiences crude, offensive look at Bush presidency 10/21/2008
Baylor 2012 should not come at cost of integrity 10/21/2008
Cowboy defense, rushing game finishes BU early, 34-6 10/21/2008
Despite controversy, 'W.' portrays Bush in sympathetic light 10/21/2008
Editorial: SAT reversal commendable but too little, too late 10/21/2008
Federal bailout is no long-term fix, sets unhealthy precedent 10/21/2008
Former Baylor linebacker Mike Singletary named 49ers head coach 10/21/2008
Former professor gives alternative to Darwinian evolution theory 10/21/2008
Group vows day of silence 10/21/2008
KWBU wins Lone Star Emmy 10/21/2008
Letters to the editor 10/21/2008
Mulkey, Lady Bears return to hardwood 10/21/2008
Off-campus crime hits home 10/21/2008
Study to explore links between Christianity, environment 10/21/2008
Violent crime rate soars 10/21/2008
Voters flock to polls early 10/21/2008
Soccer falls to Sooners on Senior Day, 1-0 10/20/2008
No. 8 OSU blasts Baylor 34-6 10/18/2008
Baylor admits 'goof,' will not offer SAT incentives again 10/17/2008
Chet Edwards seeks 10th consecutive term 10/16/2008
Chris "Ludacris" Bridges talks about role in "Max Payne" 10/16/2008
Final round: candidates get personal 10/16/2008
Professor finds mentally-ill experience negative interactions at church 10/16/2008
Professors of economics weigh candidates 10/16/2008
Talk of code violation fuels controversy 10/16/2008
Actor Mark Walhberg discusses role in 'Max Payne' 10/15/2008
Baptist historian heads lecture series for seminary 10/15/2008
Baylor to hold first practice since NCAA tournament exit 10/15/2008
Cameron Park East closes for renovations 10/15/2008
Chic decorating tips on a budget 10/15/2008
Clinton backs Rick Noriega Senate run 10/15/2008
Cross country set for split weekend 10/15/2008
Documentary shows players overcoming tragedy 10/15/2008
Dub Oliver named university president of ETBU 10/15/2008
Editorial: Campaigning ban hinders political involvement 10/15/2008
Editorial: Peace Corps funds should be approved by Congress 10/15/2008
ETBU announced Dub Oliver next president 10/15/2008
Faculty Senate decries SAT retakes 10/15/2008
Football looks forward to challenging OSU game 10/15/2008
Golf grabs 2nd, 4th 10/15/2008
Letter to the editor 10/15/2008
Letters to the editor 10/15/2008
Mexican restaurant a failure in flavor 10/15/2008
Public needs to check on facts behind political ads 10/15/2008
Retired professor promotes healing message about incurable diseases 10/15/2008
Slight chance for BU upset 10/15/2008
Soccer suffers double weekend road losses 10/15/2008
Student points-of-view to take center stage at forum 10/15/2008
Watch party to offer professor input, analysis 10/15/2008
'Al Sabor Latino' to offer new, sweet spin on Latino culture 10/14/2008
Baylor grad runs for position in the House 10/14/2008
BU freshmen top producers in 38-10 rout over Cyclones 10/14/2008
Dropping 'devil' from name proved successful for Tampa ' 10/14/2008
Editorial: Freshmen given preferential treatment in SAT testing 10/14/2008
Former professor remembers career as journalist, volunteer 10/14/2008
Intramural golf finishes season 10/14/2008
Letter to the editor 10/14/2008
Local bank robbed Friday 10/14/2008
McCain, Obama instrumental to song of American presidency 10/14/2008
Senate candidate reflects on financial woes 10/14/2008
Study abroad students journal experiences for Web site 10/14/2008
Baylor ends Iowa State early, 38-10 10/11/2008
Balance is needed in busy, stressful student life 10/10/2008
BU's Staz Salinas helping lead soccer out of Big 12 basement 10/10/2008
Choral concert offers variety 10/10/2008
Church bridges divide between poor, more fortunate 10/10/2008
Cyclone volleyball ready to test BU 10/10/2008
D's Chicken proves Mediterranean, Southern delight 10/10/2008
Dean explores view of faith, film 10/10/2008
Editorial: Digital books can provide convenience 10/10/2008
Faculty and staff should reflect the diversity of student population 10/10/2008
Habitat, city raise houses 10/10/2008
Lady Bears place 2nd in Lubbock 10/10/2008
Must-win game for Baylor 10/10/2008
Novel explores possible effects of global warming 10/10/2008
Peace Corps popularity surges 10/10/2008
Semi-pro team holding open tryouts 10/10/2008
Steak house declared tasty find 10/10/2008
Weekend scrimmages on slate for Baylor baseball 10/10/2008
$300,000 grant to study benefits of jobs created in small communities, rural areas 10/9/2008
Aftershock of plunging markets still felt 10/9/2008
Agency awards fellowship to biology doctoral candidate 10/9/2008
Art Ambush adds music venue to store 10/9/2008
Baylor still looking for 1st conference win since 2006 10/9/2008
Baylor takes road trip against CU, TTU 10/9/2008
Bedell clocks fastest 6K time in BU history 10/9/2008
BIN gets the boot, will be replaced by student Web pages 10/9/2008
Changes to complex FAFSA form to simplify process 10/9/2008
Class can help students who struggle with managing finances 10/9/2008
Dow takes another plummet 10/9/2008
Economic panel to clarify issues 10/9/2008
Editorial: Alternative meds can work as well 10/9/2008
Federal Reserve cuts interest rate 10/9/2008
Freshmen get $300 to retake SAT 10/9/2008
Galveston scrambles to restore beaches, seeks government aid 10/9/2008
Hard times benefit some local businesses 10/9/2008
Intramural football enters postseason 10/9/2008
Lance Armstrong cleared for cycling 10/9/2008
New firm to hire chief of investments 10/9/2008
Panelists take on financial disaster 10/9/2008
Popular country band to play tonight at fair 10/9/2008
Presidential debate had no distinctive winner 10/9/2008
Terrorists may have link to drug lords 10/9/2008
Volleyball sputters at No. 3 Texas, 3-0 10/9/2008
Voter registration finishes, county rate down from '04 10/9/2008
'Words and Music' stays true to Aqualung sound 10/8/2008
BU ready for Texas 10/8/2008
BU students place in bike race 10/8/2008
Candidates battle over ecomonic woes 10/8/2008
Editorial: Purity rings are a moral, not a fashion, statement 10/8/2008
Fans enjoy pre-game festivities 10/8/2008
Fashion show provides for students chance to target different markets 10/8/2008
Men's basketball selected No. 3 in Big 12 10/8/2008
Palin's religious perspective is powerful, may effect political policies 10/8/2008
Sam Houston to make campaign stop in Waco 10/8/2008
Senator shares leadership skills 10/8/2008
Sports Column: Football needs special teams coach 10/8/2008
Students need to learn to write well for real world 10/8/2008
Uproar to offer recording experiences for Baylor artists 10/8/2008
Workshop focuses on jobs 10/8/2008
'Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist' hits right comedic note 10/7/2008
Attacks on Obama's patriotism hold no merit 10/7/2008
Baylor ties ISU, defeats NU 10/7/2008
Communication key for unity, says alumni 10/7/2008
Cowboys need more than offense to win division, Super Bowl 10/7/2008
Editorial: No-fee parking is a privilege, not a right 10/7/2008
Grounded offense trouble for Baylor 10/7/2008
New method developed to determine age of bones 10/7/2008
Wallets pick-pocketed during football game 10/7/2008
No. 1 Oklahoma rips through Bears, 49-17 10/4/2008
Column: OU focused on Bears 10/3/2008
Eli Young Band to play both new, old songs at Wild West 10/3/2008
Football looks to recent competitions for hopes of upset 10/3/2008
Hitler painting resides in Red Men museum 10/3/2008
Library rearranges space to allocate for technology 10/3/2008
Professor retirement money declines with economic woes 10/3/2008
SAT elimination does no justice for minority students 10/3/2008
Student attends coveted leadership conference in Los Angeles 10/3/2008
Student senate gives funds for conference 10/3/2008
Various styles of musicians to jam at Common Grounds 10/3/2008
Waco sees rise in cocaine abuse 10/3/2008
Wall Street affects endowment funds 10/3/2008
Women's golf team goal: improvement 10/3/2008
3-0 victory pushes BU to 4-1 10/2/2008
China's tainted-milk crisis needs continual coverage 10/2/2008
Column: Football searching for upset 10/2/2008
Cycling club gears up for state competition 10/2/2008
Editorial: Technology takes over work, life 10/2/2008
Faculty and staff may have to pay for parking decal 10/2/2008
Golf wins second title 10/2/2008
In-fighting, economy may hurt endowment 10/2/2008
Letters to the Editor 10/2/2008
Research suggests hypnotic therapy reduces hot flashes 10/2/2008
Shaky economy challenges presidential candidates 10/2/2008
Student arrested, charged with theft 10/2/2008
Third-largest rodeo combines with fair, starts in Waco today 10/2/2008
Thrift shopping offers inexpensive style 10/2/2008
Transfer students bring talent, experience to the field 10/2/2008
Weekend pair of Big 12 soccer squads to test Baylor team 10/2/2008
Being proved wrong can be a humbling experience 10/1/2008
Editorial: Universities should require service learning 10/1/2008
Local bank robbed; suspect arrested 10/1/2008
Presidential election will be decided by four pivotal swing states 10/1/2008
Radio show seeks new talent 10/1/2008
University works to improve advising for undeclared majors 10/1/2008
Volleyball set for Buffs 10/1/2008
Waco businesses remain stable, says Chamber 10/1/2008