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News Archives for Jan. 2001

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Story Date
Athlete graduation rates tops in Big 12 1/31/2001
Baylor traditions span generations 1/31/2001
Bear Briefs 1/31/2001
Bears seek to end losing streak against No. 21-ranked Sooners 1/31/2001
BU students lucky to be here 1/31/2001
Campus group to send aid to India 1/31/2001
Discovery center enters next phase 1/31/2001
Former professor misses pre-trial hearing in child pornography case 1/31/2001
Lambert, Davis shine on basketball court 1/31/2001
Letters to the Editor 1/31/2001
Men's tennis opens season 1/31/2001
New Truett dean meets with students 1/31/2001
Prayer in school debate 'heated' 1/31/2001
Religion dept. to expand curriculum 1/31/2001
Students pledge to remain ethical 1/31/2001
Use student life funds to build statue 1/31/2001
Waco's only Dunkin' Donuts draws interest 1/31/2001
A cagey situation 1/30/2001
Bear Briefs 1/30/2001
Bush's ability to unite not shown in week 1 1/30/2001
Choir to highlight Midwinter shows 1/30/2001
Enron Field home of inaugural classic 1/30/2001
Free money 1/30/2001
Joint effort builds basis for Baylor's near future 1/30/2001
Lady Bears celebrate wins over ranked foes 1/30/2001
Letters to the editor 1/30/2001
National Sports Briefs 1/30/2001
OSU mourns loss of plane crash victims 1/30/2001
President shows his ability to lead, govern 1/30/2001
Sad Super Bowl outcomes continue 1/30/2001
Sports Briefs 1/30/2001
Truett to get new academic officer 1/30/2001
Women's tennis team wins 1st match 1/30/2001
Assassin of civil rights leader dies in hospital 1/26/2001
Band prepares for Dallas, Austin with local venues 1/26/2001
Bear Briefs 1/26/2001
Both men's, women's tennis teams in action 1/26/2001
Campus ought to be pedestrian-friendly 1/26/2001
Coaches use words to get teams Super Bowl ready 1/26/2001
Democrats should approve Ashcroft 1/26/2001
Game not as fun with construction problems 1/26/2001
Letters to the Editor 1/26/2001
Memorial Hall's hot water is restored 1/26/2001
Men's basketball falls to Iowa St. 1/26/2001
Nearly 100 join in anti-abortion memorial service 1/26/2001
Opera begins weekend run 1/26/2001
Potholes by library still causing trouble 1/26/2001
Professor: Deregulation can work in Texas 1/26/2001
Senate letter to questionhiring process 1/26/2001
Spring Breaking News 1/26/2001
Upcoming Traditions Week to include the best of the last 156 years on campus 1/26/2001
Women go for 2nd-straight upset 1/26/2001
Yale law professor's lecture ties religion to professions, recent election 1/26/2001
Bear Briefs 1/25/2001
Bears look to break 2-game skid in Ames 1/25/2001
California energy crisis affects all Americans 1/25/2001
Celebrating a first 1/25/2001
Criteria for Web site's rating system shady 1/25/2001
Engineering firm looks into parking problems 1/25/2001
Journalism department sponsors free job fair 1/25/2001
Lady Bears upset Cyclones in thriller at Ferrell Center 1/25/2001
Letters to the Editor 1/25/2001
Men's tennis team opens season with loss to Mustangs 1/25/2001
Money in Student Life Fund awaits use 1/25/2001
Playing keepaway 1/25/2001
Proper car care can prevent thievery 1/25/2001
Service to mark anniversary of abortion decision 1/25/2001
Speaker to discuss religion, lifestyles 1/25/2001
21 return after studying medicine in Maastricht 1/24/2001
Agency targets water's quality 1/24/2001
Agreeing to disagree best in religious circles 1/24/2001
Bear Briefs 1/24/2001
Blood is hard to find on campus 1/24/2001
BU in for $787 mil of Waco's economy 1/24/2001
Dances, history focus of NASA's program 1/24/2001
Ex-president saved us money, energy 1/24/2001
Future teachers to face changes in certification by 2002 1/24/2001
Graduate students gain experience, free rent while living on the job 1/24/2001
Lady Bears to face Iowa St. tonight 1/24/2001
Letters to the Editors 1/24/2001
Lunar year begins with campus party 1/24/2001
Officials, Greeks must revise pledging rules 1/24/2001
Sports Briefs 1/24/2001
As inauguration ends, Bush targets abortion policy 1/23/2001
BIC early registration key issue in meeting 1/23/2001
BU lacrosse team claims 3rd place 1/23/2001
Congress approves several student-focused bills 1/23/2001
Developers plan for new renovations as 41-year-old mall closes its doors 1/23/2001
Growing population paves way for change 1/23/2001
Inauguration full of Texas flair 1/23/2001
Lady Bears' skid now 3 games 1/23/2001
Networks cash in on shaky morals 1/23/2001
Sloan names new staff chief 1/23/2001
Students feel relief as cons are nabbed 1/23/2001
Tennis team has strong weekend showing 1/23/2001
Texas 7 Timeline 1/23/2001
Track teams earn 1st place honors 1/23/2001
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Baylor fails to honor prominent Democrats 1/19/2001
Bear Briefs 1/19/2001
Bear Briefs 1/19/2001
Bears ready for 'Horns in men's basketball 1/19/2001
Bush's term of office to be difficult at best 1/19/2001
Committee seeks to integrate more writing into curriculum 1/19/2001
Concert Calendar 1/19/2001
Crawford celebrates as Bush takes over 1/19/2001
Dean pick catches seminary off guard 1/19/2001
Film delves into underworld of drug trade 1/19/2001
Friendship constant in life of change 1/19/2001
Fun & Games:Sony system remains hot item 1/19/2001
Lady Bears look to end conference losing skid 1/19/2001
Software company gives BU $2 million grant 1/19/2001
Sports Briefs 1/19/2001
Track teams start in Oklahoma 1/19/2001
University offers variety of volunteer opportunities 1/19/2001
Victimin criticalcondition 1/19/2001
Weather cancels36 soccer matches 1/19/2001
Academic journal salutes Baylor's appeal to Hispanics 1/18/2001
Bear Brief 1/18/2001
Bear Brief 1/18/2001
Bears look ahead to UT road contest 1/18/2001
BU hopeful of Bush's blessing to build new presidential library 1/18/2001
Clinton legacy marred by personal failures 1/18/2001
Golf teams will soon call Bear Ridge home 1/18/2001
Men's basketball squad drops its 1st home game 1/18/2001
More funding needed 1/18/2001
More parking needed on northwest side 1/18/2001
Sloan names dean for Truett Seminary 1/18/2001
Spring break getaways call for 'investigation' 1/18/2001
Spring Break Tips 1/18/2001
Study abroad still provides look at culture 1/18/2001
Texas Senate program features 5 Baylor students 1/18/2001
A&M student faces charges in death of Baylor freshman 1/17/2001
Baseball begins practice to defend its conference title 1/17/2001
Baylor alumna wins Marshall scholarship 1/17/2001
Bear Briefs 1/17/2001
Bears baskeball teams deserve fan support 1/17/2001
Bears look for 2nd straight in conference 1/17/2001
Cellular service zones erratic 1/17/2001
Crawford changes less than staggering 1/17/2001
Dallas Cowboys helped honor King 1/17/2001
Expanding seminary site ups parking woes 1/17/2001
Flag football team wins tourney honors 1/17/2001
Follow King's example 1/17/2001
Lady Bears hanging in Top 25 1/17/2001
Local man pleads guilty after accepting bargain 1/17/2001
Memorial water still too chilly 1/17/2001
Messages of peace, love must spread 1/17/2001
Rape victim skates to raise awareness 1/17/2001
Seize opportunities new semester brings 1/17/2001
Slowing economy won't likely slow job hunters 1/17/2001
Softball team under new leadership, looking to improve on last year's losing mark 1/17/2001
Students finding ways around Napster block 1/17/2001
Study tips get semester off to good start 1/17/2001