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News Archives for Oct. 1996

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Story Date
Accounting firm CEO visits Baylor 10/30/1996
Bear Briefs 10/30/1996
Cartoon 10/30/1996
Chicagoan becomes Texan, runs for position in House of Representives 10/30/1996
Clinton, Dole debate the issues 10/30/1996
Editorial: Money Pit 10/30/1996
Edwards, Mathis vie for 11th District Congressional seat 10/30/1996
Entertainment Briefs 10/30/1996
Gramm, Morales see need for campaign finance reform 10/30/1996
International week offers students range of activities 10/30/1996
Justice, Judge candidates race to fill court benches 10/30/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/30/1996
New restaurant sings blues, grills burgers 10/30/1996
Not for the Record... 10/30/1996
Pending Student Congress Bills 10/30/1996
Perot must gain much ground to hold on in election 10/30/1996
Phi Delta Theta fraternity wins rodeo+s calf dressing contest 10/30/1996
Railroad Commissioner, Supreme Court Chief Justice positions up for grabs 10/30/1996
Shops offer variety to ghouls, goblins 10/30/1996
Sloan removes academic administrators 10/30/1996
State Representative, Court of Criminal Appeals, Board of Education 10/30/1996
Striking up the symphony Striking up the symphony Jennifer Paschal/ The Lariat More than 6,000 fifth and sixth graders from Central Texas public and private schools attended performances by the Baylor Symphony Orchestra at Waco Hall Tuesday, whic 10/30/1996
University law professor to argue case to Supreme Court 10/30/1996
Volleyball team loses weekend matches to conference foes 10/30/1996
Women+s soccer faces SFA 10/30/1996
+Loose Cannon+ arrested on campus 10/29/1996
Athletic award given to former Baylor, Colts football player 10/29/1996
Bear Briefs 10/29/1996
Bears shine despite Iowa State talent 10/29/1996
Being honest with self now leads to satisfaction in life 10/29/1996
Cornhuskers prove too strong for soccer team 10/29/1996
Editorial: Inevitable increase 10/29/1996
Gospel singer brings message to chapel 10/29/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/29/1996
Mock debate focuses on economics 10/29/1996
Paintball game gains fast-paced popularity 10/29/1996
Panel addresses problems of young black men 10/29/1996
Regents approve tuition increase 10/29/1996
Regents elect new members 10/29/1996
State party leaders face off 10/29/1996
Summer action flick tries to +erase+ past in home movie market 10/29/1996
University student injured in 3-car accident 10/29/1996
+Sleepers+ bound by unbreakable bond 10/25/1996
1996 Parade Route 10/25/1996
Activities keep police busy 10/25/1996
Around the Big 12 10/25/1996
Attendance expected to boom 10/25/1996
Baylor fans show spirit in wide range of ways 10/25/1996
Baylor welcomes alumni 10/25/1996
Bears must end losing streak by being jerks that win 10/25/1996
Bears need win to stay alive 10/25/1996
Bridge no longer host to annual celebration 10/25/1996
Business blooming for florists 10/25/1996
Cartoon 10/25/1996
Cartoon Deux 10/25/1996
Club sports makes its mark 10/25/1996
Dr. Cornelia reflects upon past homecomings 10/25/1996
Editorial: Voice of students 10/25/1996
End of the reel for American pastime 10/25/1996
Entertainment Briefs 10/25/1996
Extravaganza dances to Fifth Street 10/25/1996
Freshman class returns to parade 10/25/1996
Freshmen learn traditions 10/25/1996
Freshmen watch over flame, protect bonfire traditions 10/25/1996
Ginny makes her Homecoming debut 10/25/1996
Gov. Bush featured as Grand Marshal 10/25/1996
Here he comes, Mr. Homecoming 10/25/1996
Homecoming parade may be largest yet 10/25/1996
Johnson anchors Bears+ offensive line 10/25/1996
Journalism department honors contributors 10/25/1996
KWBU goes live for Homecoming 10/25/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/25/1996
Men+s tennis ends season with tournament tennis prepares for finale 10/25/1996
Nebraska soccer team comes to town 10/25/1996
Party chairmen debate platforms 10/25/1996
Photo: Pigskin 10/25/1996
Professors reminisce on past Homecomings; parade most memorable 10/25/1996
Queen for a weekend 10/25/1996
Record convention brings volume to Hilton 10/25/1996
Regents honor legislators 10/25/1996
Ringing in Homecoming 10/25/1996
Shades of Fall: Green and Gold 10/25/1996
Students showcase acts in musical variety show 10/25/1996
Tailgate parties foster excitement before, during football games 10/25/1996
TCU, Baylor football rivalry built on years of tradition 10/25/1996
University should seek to reflect upon heart 10/25/1996
Wizards ready for first home opener 10/25/1996
Women+s volleyball back on track 10/25/1996
Worshipers gather tonight to receive Singspiration 10/25/1996
Alumni honored for service 10/24/1996
And the winner is... 10/24/1996
Challenge Program prepares students for college academic life 10/24/1996
Cool Photo 10/24/1996
Dance that shocked France opens at downtown theater 10/24/1996
Editorial Roundup 10/24/1996
Editorial: Scholarship Funds 10/24/1996
Golf Story 10/24/1996
Gramm makes campaign stop in Waco 10/24/1996
Human resources VP announces retirement 10/24/1996
Lost loved ones remembered with flowers 10/24/1996
Students prepare to vote 10/24/1996
Summer School Courses Reduced 10/24/1996
Tax, regulation decreases number of jobs for college graduates 10/24/1996
Theft charges dropped against student 10/24/1996
Bear Briefs 10/23/1996
Bear Trail offers myriad of experiences 10/23/1996
Bears in 'must-win' situation 10/23/1996
Blood drive units up 60 percent this year 10/23/1996
Christian alternative bands team up for show 10/23/1996
Editorial: Spin on rankings 10/23/1996
English students swelter 10/23/1996
Fitness buffs gain new gym 10/23/1996
Foreign language enrollment changes with new classes 10/23/1996
Funny Cartoon 10/23/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/23/1996
Museum Studies grad student involved in historic excavation in Corpus Bay 10/23/1996
Photo: Noze 10/23/1996
Soccer successes continue with weekend shutouts 10/23/1996
Stuck on life 10/23/1996
U.S. Senate chaplain to preach on campus 10/23/1996
Visiting professor discusses classics 10/23/1996
Bear Briefs 10/22/1996
Dutch actor performs one-man show about unique life of famous painter 10/22/1996
Editorial: Merit of Learning 10/22/1996
Entertainment Briefs 10/22/1996
Fall baseball wraps up 10/22/1996
First conference home game brings disappointing turnout 10/22/1996
Freshmen to build Homecoming bonfire 10/22/1996
History department searches for new chair 10/22/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/22/1996
Local schools address sexual harassment 10/22/1996
Photo: Class Ring 10/22/1996
Photo: Jogging 10/22/1996
Red Ribbon Week sends message of stance against illegal drugs 10/22/1996
Second-half collapse eats at Bears 10/22/1996
Sports Brief 10/22/1996
Students call for curriculum revision 10/22/1996
Though time in Texas appreciated, way of life befuddles outsider 10/22/1996
Wave of car burglaries continues to sweep campus 10/22/1996
Week loaded with Homecoming festivities 10/22/1996
Women+s cross country captures fourth title 10/22/1996
+Kidsville+ hospital wing eases children+s fears 10/18/1996
Alumni band to march at halftime 10/18/1996
Bear plaza gets facelift 10/18/1996
Bears confident despite Oklahoma momentum 10/18/1996
Blues Fest sounds out Big 12 welcome 10/18/1996
Club soccer program looking for redemption 10/18/1996
Congress debates filling vacancies 10/18/1996
Debater named top in nation 10/18/1996
Editorial: Paying for Parking 10/18/1996
Fashion, fun comes to Fountain Mall 10/18/1996
Hazing seminar raises awareness 10/18/1996
Kappa Delta sponsors 3-band showdown at annual Battle of Bands 10/18/1996
Lecturer presents thesis at economics conference 10/18/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/18/1996
Organist to improvise the sounds of silence 10/18/1996
Soccer star leads nation in scoring 10/18/1996
Suspense film tells true story of +The Ghost and the Darkness+ 10/18/1996
Texas Tech sweeps volleyball team 10/18/1996
Trees axed to keep birds away 10/18/1996
Bear Briefs 10/17/1996
Congressman speaks about student issues 10/17/1996
Editorial Roundup 10/17/1996
Editorial: American Diplomacy 10/17/1996
Foundation starts fundraising campaign to buy acoustical shell for Waco Hall 10/17/1996
Journalism department granted provisional accreditation 10/17/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/17/1996
Photo: Countdown to first faceoff... 10/17/1996
Photo: Recycle Man 10/17/1996
Students, faculty recycling more on campus 10/17/1996
Teens arrested for theft; prank takes surprise twist 10/17/1996
University sets United Way goal 10/17/1996
Waco PBS offers new kids+ learning service 10/17/1996
Association names Hall of Fame inductees 10/16/1996
Bear Briefs 10/16/1996
Bush praises efforts of womens 10/16/1996
Cartoons 10/16/1996
Editorial: Striving for peaces 10/16/1996
Former chaplain fills in for Cunninghams 10/16/1996
Letters to the Editors 10/16/1996
Low-fare tickets not always as good deal as they seems 10/16/1996
Pastors descend on Waco for Bible conferences 10/16/1996
Photo: Dr. Cornelia Smith and President Sloans 10/16/1996
Photo: Midnight Madnesss 10/16/1996
Pumpkin huntings 10/16/1996
Safe passage across campuss 10/16/1996
Schools take expulsion to extremes 10/16/1996
Serving it up Mexican style Ninfa+s restaurant opens doors to downtown crowds 10/16/1996
Volunteer opportunities abound for studentss 10/16/1996
Women+s soccer loses first Big 12 conference games 10/16/1996
Alpha Chi Omega supports Walk-A-Thon to end domestic violences 10/15/1996
Bears win, lose in weekend+s Big 12 matchups 10/15/1996
BearTouch registration yields mixed resultss 10/15/1996
Cunningham undergoes triple bypasss 10/15/1996
Editorial: Campus electronic mails 10/15/1996
Faculty raises funds for complexs 10/15/1996
Fear runs rampant in pair of new video releases s 10/15/1996
Freshman crowned Miss Texas National Teen-Agers 10/15/1996
Happy 101! Dr. Cornelia Smiths 10/15/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/15/1996
Midnight madness opens BU roundball seasons 10/15/1996
New ID card system planned for springs 10/15/1996
Poppa Rollo+s awarded for community involvements 10/15/1996
Professor not given reason for removals 10/15/1996
Renowned quartet strums strings in select artist seriess 10/15/1996
Reynolds oversees task forces 10/15/1996
Worker not worth 50-cent raisea 10/15/1996
Baylor soccer successes continues 10/11/1996
Bear Briefs 10/11/1996
Bears optimistic about games 10/11/1996
Browning expert becomes library+s new directors 10/11/1996
Congress increases trolley stopss 10/11/1996
Custom: State Fair 10/11/1996
Editorial: Missions Weeks 10/11/1996
Fraternity seeks top notch men: joins rush in springs 10/11/1996
Fun, food, games on the midway - Texas styles 10/11/1996
Hanks+ first directing attempt produces nostalgic flops 10/11/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/11/1996
Organization offers program to help baby boomerss 10/11/1996
Radford professor chosens 10/11/1996
Student arrested on charges of workplace thefta 10/11/1996
Students, professors assess VP debates 10/11/1996
A work of arts 10/10/1996
Big 12 student government representatives meet at conference, discuss procedures s 10/10/1996
Cartoons 10/10/1996
Combo adds personal touch to traditional jazz sounds 10/10/1996
Concertss 10/10/1996
Eastern dignitaries visit Church-State Institute 10/10/1996
Editorial: Theme weekss 10/10/1996
Entertainment Briefs 10/10/1996
Grant helps build library at Thai colleges 10/10/1996
Grant provides money for research of different fuelss 10/10/1996
Intramurals championship decides league winners 10/10/1996
Journalism department seeks accreditations 10/10/1996
Lack of money stalls airport terminal planss 10/10/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/10/1996
Mono drains energy; health center offers testss 10/10/1996
No candidate fits bill for presidents 10/10/1996
Pollution essay wins departmental awards 10/10/1996
Saving the universe one quarter at a time 10/10/1996
Speakers blocked from Hong Kong symposium 10/10/1996
Students give mixed views of student life, religion in survey a 10/10/1996
+O+ld oddities become profit for new vintage clothing stores 10/9/1996
At Baylor, much goes up in smokes 10/9/1996
Bear Briefs 10/9/1996
Bears take 7th in Big 12 classic s 10/9/1996
BU runners earn success in Stillwater 10/9/1996
Class ring promotes unity among alumnis 10/9/1996
Country star to perform annual concert at fair s 10/9/1996
Editorial: Making the Connections 10/9/1996
Freshman golfer wins Big 12 previews 10/9/1996
Internet access made available at Kinko+sa 10/9/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/9/1996
Long John+s +Wrap+ aimed at college studentss 10/9/1996
Missionaries visit campuss 10/9/1996
MTV broadcasts biased political views, promotes liberal agenda to young votersa 10/9/1996
Player suspended from football teama 10/9/1996
Professor discusses how +race beats gender+s 10/9/1996
University ranks high on religion lists 10/9/1996
Wave of break-ins bewilders Baylors 10/9/1996
Bear Briefs 10/8/1996
Big 12 foes too strong for BU+s lady netterss 10/8/1996
BU-TSTC begin co-op s 10/8/1996
Cartoons 10/8/1996
Debate prompts mixed reactionss 10/8/1996
Eating disorders can trap victimss 10/8/1996
Editorial: Cultural Oppotunitiess 10/8/1996
Football player a rrested for assault and batteryS 10/8/1996
Fraternity returns to Baylora 10/8/1996
Journalist shares immigration experience in Chapel-Forums 10/8/1996
Letter to the Editor 10/8/1996
Merriment, magic abound during annual Texas Renaissance Festival s 10/8/1996
Neither presidential candidate looks gooda 10/8/1996
Photo: Bears at Bata 10/8/1996
ROTC appoints new commanders 10/8/1996
Watson+s out; Alfred to lead Bearss 10/8/1996
Advisement still required for phone registrationa 10/4/1996
Alumni Association goes cybers 10/4/1996
Baylor soccer programs looking forward to weekend+s competitiona 10/4/1996
Bear Briefss 10/4/1996
Bookstore manager dies Wednesdayy 10/4/1996
Cafeterias expand low-fat offerings 10/4/1996
Combined Campus Ministry Group seeks to unite denominationss 10/4/1996
Congress starts its years 10/4/1996
Dr Pepper website offers forum for student writing 10/4/1996
Editorial: Unstoppable Bearss 10/4/1996
Entertainment Briefs 10/4/1996
Founder of clinic speaks at banquets 10/4/1996
Heart O+ Texas Fair opens for weekend of festivitiess 10/4/1996
Homer's pages reopenned 10/4/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/4/1996
Medical thriller hits screens 10/4/1996
Muhammad to gain his respect sooner or later 10/4/1996
Photo: Getting to know you 10/4/1996
Photo: Giant Wheel 10/4/1996
Photo: Me and My Girl 10/4/1996
Race to be topic of Emmy Parrish Lecturess 10/4/1996
Red carpet rolled out for band in West Texas town A 10/4/1996
Students follow Bears to Lubbocks 10/4/1996
Students voice concerns about Tower move to HillisA 10/4/1996
Waco travels back in time with Medieval Association conferencess 10/4/1996
Women outnumber men at A&Ma 10/4/1996
+No Code+ opens era of new sound for Pearl Jam 10/3/1996
Baylor in Italy doubles enrollment from past year 10/3/1996
Bear Briefs 10/3/1996
Bike festivities raise money for charities 10/3/1996
Cartoon 10/3/1996
Concerts 10/3/1996
Council says honesty is best policy 10/3/1996
Editorial: Equipping the World 10/3/1996
Fall brings Health Enrichment Month 10/3/1996
Fearless Five register voters 10/3/1996
Graphic art enhances appeal of Baylor website 10/3/1996
HSA+s Heritage Week opens minds 10/3/1996
Large turnout expected for Steppin+ Out 10/3/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/3/1996
Mass junk mailing ties up server 10/3/1996
Mass junk mailing ties up server 10/3/1996
Mercer+s president riles Baptists 10/3/1996
Nursing school offers travel abroad 10/3/1996
Photo: Stringss 10/3/1996
Pre-game football notes 10/3/1996
Privatized plan would give students job experience, money, connections 10/3/1996
Sculpture honors Dr. Cornelia Smith 10/3/1996
Woman tugs on students+ heart strings 10/3/1996
Women's Soccer receives regional ranking in conferences Central Region 10/3/1996
Women's softball to meet Big 12 10/3/1996
Alumni offer new rings to seniors 10/2/1996
An Open Letter to Baylor Students 10/2/1996
Basketball makes return to Central Texas 10/2/1996
Baylor in Paris 10/2/1996
Bear Briefs 10/2/1996
Bears must win Big 12 opener 10/2/1996
Cartoon 10/2/1996
Doubles key in weekend women+s tennis wins 10/2/1996
Editorial: Raising Money 10/2/1996
Lectures educate students about world affairs 10/2/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/2/1996
Minority aid tougher after court ruling 10/2/1996
Mother Nature helps clean up Brazos River 10/2/1996
New coffee houses offer caffeine relief 10/2/1996
Professor pays tribute to dying age of industrialism with art exhibits 10/2/1996
Strecker museum may be involved in excavation site 10/2/1996
Student Ministries brews up fun 10/2/1996
Students needed to paint Waco with school spirit 10/2/1996
The Waco Scene 10/2/1996
Baylor Briefs 10/1/1996
Bibliophiles beware of bargains 10/1/1996
Engaged couples offered seminar 10/1/1996
High-pressure sales tactics make customers uneasy about buying 10/1/1996
Letters to the Editor 10/1/1996
Photo: Holocaust sculpture donated 10/1/1996
Police citation revenue 10/1/1996
Professor organizes conference 10/1/1996