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News Archives for Feb. 2002

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Story Date
Alumna helping coordinate defense department's Homeland Security efforts 2/28/2002
Defense fund should keep choppers in air 2/28/2002
Family members devastated by Georgia crematory scandal 2/28/2002
N.Y. pastor says perception key to changing future 2/28/2002
Religion department chairman to step down 2/28/2002
Senate hopeful stress youth, democratic senate 2/28/2002
Aikman among 7 inducted to Texas Sports Hall of Fame 2/27/2002
Democratic senatorial primary candidate stops through Waco 2/27/2002
Doctor: Campus culture feeds eating disorders 2/27/2002
Student leads 'Jericho march' to break down spiritual walls 2/27/2002
Thumbs up to regents for approvals 2/27/2002
Tickets sold out for Barbara Bush lecture 2/27/2002
Baseball sweeps Oral Roberts in 3-game weekend series 2/26/2002
Baylor borrows $200 million to fund first stage of 10-year vision 2/26/2002
Baylor grads pick up 7 Dove nominations 2/26/2002
Crockrom's kiss lifts Lady Bears over Oklahoma St., 62-61 2/26/2002
Czech Republic's Ambassador says small countries have own perspective on democracy 2/26/2002
Dedication ceremony welcomes seminary to campus, acknowledges benefactors 2/26/2002
Men drop road game against OSU, 77-64 2/26/2002
Sing act gets triple honor with win, 2 people's choice awards 2/26/2002
Softball wins Compass Bank tourney 2/26/2002
Thumbs up to regents for approvals 2/26/2002
TKE fraternity suspended for unspecified hazing violation 2/26/2002
3 pitchers combine for 6th no hitter in Baylor history 2/22/2002
Coming to peace with Baylor brings new perspective 2/22/2002
Congress passes flier bill 2/22/2002
Dedication ceremonies officially acknowledge new seminary building 2/22/2002
German visiting fellow returning home today 2/22/2002
Professor: Baptist theology still can grow 2/22/2002
Research shift needs to keep accountability 2/22/2002
Social Work instructor to receive national award 2/22/2002
Strong start propels men's tennis into conference play 2/22/2002
Bush policy abandons Mother Nature 2/21/2002
Cafeteria trash to help fertilize plants 2/21/2002
County health district proposes banning smoking in most public places 2/21/2002
Electoral commissioner to step down amidst controversy 2/21/2002
Environmental studies profs receive national honor 2/21/2002
New faculty evaluation policy increases emphasis on research 2/21/2002
No. 8 Lady Bears trample No. 11 Buffaloes, 80-69 2/21/2002
Requests quickly draining Student Life Fund 2/21/2002
State senate candidate tells aspiring politicians to find focus 2/21/2002
Student Congress to vote on fight card allocation 2/21/2002
Tennis squads beat SMU, South Alabama teams 2/21/2002
Business students attempt to tackle 'real business problem' 2/20/2002
Changes make registration process smoother 2/20/2002
Dining hall competition improves quality of cafeterias 2/20/2002
Education students find student teaching opportunities abroad 2/20/2002
Faculty raise step toward top tier 2/20/2002
Join the 'Crowd': UBC band to throw record-release party 2/20/2002
Men's golfers claim Udamon Southwest Classic championship 2/20/2002
No. 6 Oklahoma too much for Baylor men's basketball team in 2nd half 2/20/2002
Alumni show children campus' features during Legacy Invasion 2/19/2002
Baseball team sweeps weekend series against USC 2/19/2002
Bears fall to No. 2 Kansas, 87-72 2/19/2002
BU washes away gay group's campus chalkings 2/19/2002
Judgement sets Olympics straight 2/19/2002
Lady Bears sweep season series with Texas with 76-69 win 2/19/2002
New student council to consider campus living issues 2/19/2002
Softball wins 2 against Northwestern State 2/19/2002
Student Activities to sell lost-and-found items today 2/19/2002
Students working to bring Saturday lunches to Waco homeless 2/19/2002
Waco selling compost to help clean Bosque River 2/19/2002
Aviation department to receive FAA award 2/15/2002
Backing Ohio abortion law best decision 2/15/2002
Club volleyball team strives for higher national ranking 2/15/2002
Country and non-country fans alike need to honor Waylon 2/15/2002
Lady Bears put A&M away with ease, sets sights on Texas 2/15/2002
Ministry division expands services 2/15/2002
Obscure critic favorites absent from local theaters 2/15/2002
Sing 2002: Curtain rises on weeks of work 2/15/2002
Alumni Association auctions '58 Cadillac 2/14/2002
Bears defeat UTSA 12-1 in home opener 2/14/2002
BU to take out large loans to finance Baylor 2012 goals 2/14/2002
College married couples face unique challenges, special bonds 2/14/2002
Cuba grants BU permission to have study-abroad program there 2/14/2002
Fair trial for John Lindh far-fetched 2/14/2002
Immigrant has brought smiles to Memorial Hall diners for 15 years 2/14/2002
Author discusses need to recognize religion's role in civil rights movement 2/13/2002
Awards spur Lady Bears into matchup with A&M 2/13/2002
Baylor professor eyes fame from 1st novel 2/13/2002
BU men's basketball shocks Missouri 2/13/2002
CL application rates increase more than double 2/13/2002
Getterman, Fair ready for runoff 2/13/2002
Government preparation necessary 2/13/2002
Lack of ethnic, racial diversity unacceptable 2/13/2002
Lambert awarded Naismith Player of the Year 2/13/2002
Minority ballot presence evidence of political change 2/13/2002
New sculpture finds home outside arts building 2/13/2002
No. 10 Bears defeat Southwest Texas 9-6 in hitting contest 2/13/2002
Science building proposal moves to regents 2/13/2002
Softball team starts Big 12 play with 4-0 victory 2/13/2002
Students should take page from Pearl, face dangers of life 2/13/2002
Students view abuses of 'shackled' women 2/13/2002
Women's NCAA basketball title - Connecticut's to lose 2/13/2002
BU men's basketball shocks Missouri 2/12/2002
Bush not best choice for lecture series 2/12/2002
Campus celebrates black history with weekend activities 2/12/2002
Former Dallas mayor stops in Waco on senate campaign stop 2/12/2002
Lawyer's faith in 'power of one' inspires movie, BU audience 2/12/2002
Osama bin Laden not leader in Islam faith 2/12/2002
Women beat Texas Tech for first time since 1983 2/12/2002
All that is 'April' 2/8/2002
Almost a 'millionaire' 2/8/2002
Christians differ on how scripture views women in leadership 2/8/2002
No. 10 Lady Bears take on Texas Tech on Saturday at home 2/8/2002
President shouldn't bribe welfare mothers to marry 2/8/2002
Prison system needs overhaul in light of events 2/8/2002
Recent graduate working behind-the-scenes duties at Winter Olympics 2/8/2002
Student Congress inducts 4, supports bill asking for more scholarships 2/8/2002
Theater opens 'Oresteia' show 2/8/2002
Wireless network expands as usage doubles 2/8/2002
Author's research highlights differences in Baylor, other religious schools 2/7/2002
Female seminary students told of possibilities, warned of resistance 2/7/2002
Football team makes 'speedy' work of signing day 2/7/2002
New division of electronic libraries looks to improve technical aspects 2/7/2002
POW taps into inspiring message 2/7/2002
Republican candidates for Texas House offer platforms 2/7/2002
Spring enrollment tops 13,000 for first time 2/7/2002
Women can lead from a man's pulpit 2/7/2002
Assistant VP for facilities planning and operations plans to hang it up 2/6/2002
Ballroom Dance Club waltzes in its second year 2/6/2002
Construction at L.L. Sams lofts site nearing completion 2/6/2002
Discussions help Catholic students better understand their faith 2/6/2002
Division of Student Life still looking to fill vacancies 2/6/2002
New division of electronic libraries looks to improve technical aspects 2/6/2002
New version of university Web site to be unveiled Feb. 28 2/6/2002
Redefining 'fetus' sparks controversy 2/6/2002
Students find celebrating diversity in faculty a difficult task 2/6/2002
Woman finds growth as pastor of Calvary Baptist Church 2/6/2002
Couple begins work as missionaries-in-residence 2/5/2002
Flow of ideas key to college education 2/5/2002
Former First Lady Barbara Bush plans March campus speech 2/5/2002
Lambert leads women over OSU 2/5/2002
Men crush Aggies by 52 points 2/5/2002
On deck: Optimism, talent highlight 2002 baseball season 2/5/2002
Priorities of PETA stray from logic 2/5/2002
Softball remains unbeaten, wins tournament 2/5/2002
Waco church leaders meet to promote discussion 2/5/2002
Week celebrates black heritage 2/5/2002
Annual stomp to rock Waco Hall 2/1/2002
Bands made in remembrance of victims 2/1/2002
Baylor approves new degree 2/1/2002
Funds approved for Caedmon's Call concert 2/1/2002
Information flow integral to investigation 2/1/2002
Student Life Survey results are in; additional day of fall break desired 2/1/2002
United States on a fine line in detainee, POW controversy 2/1/2002
World Kitchen vice president tells students it's possible to balance job, family 2/1/2002