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Nov. 9, 1999

Business school mag wins award

The Baylor Business Review, the semi-annual magazine of the Hankamer School of Business, won a publication award from the Association for University Business and Economic Research. Judy Corwin, director of Hankamer's Bureau of Communications and Public Relations, received the 1999 Award of Excellence in Publications in the Continuing Publication category at the association's annual conference held Oct. 24 to 27 in Little Rock, Ark.

Student arrested, charged with theft

The Baylor Department of Public Safety arrested Dallas sophomore Harvey Rainville at his apartment Friday and charged with the theft of a big-screen television from the Quadrangle Apartments.

Harvey was charged with theft more than $1,500, a state felony punishable by a fine of up to $10,000 and six months to two years in jail. Police also seized substances from the apartment that will be sent to a drug laboratory for testing. Rainville posted bail Friday night and is awaiting a court date.

Current sophomore wins freshman contest

Elizabeth Coggin, a Longview sophomore, earned the Roy Cornelius Prize for the 1998-99 Freshman Essay Contest. Her essay was an account of her hometown. Coggin is a university scholars major studying English and music.