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News Archives for March 2006

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Story Date
Baylor help Waco in annual Steppin' Out 3/31/2006
Bears swing into Lubbock 3/31/2006
BU works on shaping new offense, replacing defense 3/31/2006
College aid reductions cut too deep 3/31/2006
Ex-student indicted over sexual videos 3/31/2006
Gifts should help complete work already in progress 3/31/2006
Jones Library greeter, icon suffers stroke 3/31/2006
Letters to the editor 3/31/2006
Military funeral protesters leave soldier fuming 3/31/2006
Nose Brothers celebrate 80th anniversary 3/31/2006
Nose remains campus tradition 3/31/2006
Robbie Seay Band to entertain students after Steppin' Out 3/31/2006
Students gain experience from planning art exhibit 3/31/2006
Students win fight to regain dead day 3/31/2006
Terror plagues Colombia 3/31/2006
Zeta Phi Beta to sponsor Stomp Fest 3/31/2006
'Joke' bills waste time, reduce group's credibility 3/30/2006
Abramoff sentenced to 5 years, 10 months 3/30/2006
Bands to visit BU to show off skills 3/30/2006
Bears hit home with 9-6 win over Bearkats 3/30/2006
College life turns ideas inside out 3/30/2006
DiFranco awakens Sept. 11 memories 3/30/2006
Freshman lip-synchers aspire to be 'Google Idols' 3/30/2006
Greek Week promotes unity among chapters 3/30/2006
Law school plays host to faith, justice conference 3/30/2006
Magellan Society raises awareness for Ghanaian nun 3/30/2006
Music professor takes position in North Carolina 3/30/2006
Tennis crushes UC Berkeley, 6-1 3/30/2006
U.N. asks Iran to halt uranium enrichment 3/30/2006
Women's employment rate down, recent study says 3/30/2006
Baseball stomps Tigers, 10-4 3/29/2006
Basketball tourney to fund cancer fight 3/29/2006
Card resigns post as Bush's chief of staff 3/29/2006
Defining 'men' requires thinking outside clichés 3/29/2006
Editor delves into free press 3/29/2006
Endurance running beefs up health, strengthens bodies 3/29/2006
Funeral protests mar farewell to loved ones 3/29/2006
Growing crime begs for identity protection 3/29/2006
Letters to the editor 3/29/2006
Movies offer audiences chance to delve deeper 3/29/2006
Professors push for laws to abolish human slavery 3/29/2006
Stand-out Young named 1st team All-American 3/29/2006
Students, professors team up to perform '12th Night' 3/29/2006
Temple festival brings jazz music to Central Texas 3/29/2006
University Development VP asked to step down 3/29/2006
'Inside Man' robs viewers of Owen's first impression 3/28/2006
'Thoroughly Modern Millie' to visit Waco Hippodrome 3/28/2006
Afghan Christian tests country's new democracy 3/28/2006
Bears claw Mustangs in weekend tennis competition 3/28/2006
Dance team takes 2nd at national contest 3/28/2006
English majors increase despite national trend 3/28/2006
Financial aid restrictions punish students twice 3/28/2006
Lady Bears' road ends 3/28/2006
Letters to the editor 3/28/2006
Martin Unplugged raises funds for Caritas 3/28/2006
Moussaoui testifies he was to fly 5th plane into White House 3/28/2006
Senior released on bail 3/28/2006
Some issues get under your skin 3/28/2006
Student government debates 'joke bills' 3/28/2006
Texas two-steppers to dance two kilometers for charity 3/28/2006
Track scores big at Dr Pepper meet 3/28/2006
Waco High seeks advice from community, parents 3/28/2006
Sweet Sixteen newcomers not intimidated 3/25/2006
'The Odd Couple' comedy to debut at Waco theater 3/24/2006
Annual culture show to feature wide array of performers 3/24/2006
Baylor mulls music service 3/24/2006
Baylor Park bridges school's past, future 3/24/2006
Baylor to host Dr Pepper Invitational meet 3/24/2006
Bears try hardest to disprove critics 3/24/2006
Bon voyage, Lady Bears 3/24/2006
BU remembers its history 3/24/2006
Illness excuse shouldn't count against student 3/24/2006
Lilley taps leaders for church-state institute 3/24/2006
Online forums raise manipulation questions 3/24/2006
Pink Floyd guitarist's new album flounders 3/24/2006
Rising student artists to perform at McGregor tea, coffee shop 3/24/2006
Student Congress passes Kente bill 3/24/2006
Students honor Lake with film 3/24/2006
Theater revives childhood musical 3/24/2006
U.S., British forces set hostages free 3/24/2006
Aggies slide past softball, 4-3 3/23/2006
Baylor, Waco donate funds for historic site 3/23/2006
Blindness doesn't limit father's vision on life 3/23/2006
Book pushes for morals in public schools 3/23/2006
Dallas native featured on 'Laguna Beach' to visit Waco 3/23/2006
Faculty member garnishes praise for Franklin book 3/23/2006
Letters to the editor 3/23/2006
Moot court takes home NYC victory 3/23/2006
New Mexico a short trip to support Lady Bears 3/23/2006
Political Science department expands 3/23/2006
Students collect books to aid literacy effort 3/23/2006
Suit tackles financial aid, drug crimes 3/23/2006
U.S. troops, Iraqi forces foil second planned jailbreak 3/23/2006
Baseball team dominates Horned Frogs in 10-4 win 3/22/2006
Bush will not set date for withdrawal 3/22/2006
Childhood friends mark milestone in growing up 3/22/2006
Ferrell fire causes evacuation 3/22/2006
Fiesta on the River to spotlight Hispanic culture 3/22/2006
Foreign seminary student struggles to reunite family 3/22/2006
Lack of Iraq timetable creates war opposition 3/22/2006
Mylo's album revives techno 3/22/2006
Snow to fall on Diadeloso 3/22/2006
Sooners get served by women's tennis 3/22/2006
Students study abroad through mission work 3/22/2006
Top-scoring applicants wait-listed 3/22/2006
Turkish dignitary to lecture on political perspectives 3/22/2006
Yellow Jackets swarm BU softball team, 8-0 3/22/2006
Bears power past Jayhawks for 2 wins in series 3/21/2006
Bush asks nation to look for advancement in Iraq 3/21/2006
Bush library thins search 3/21/2006
Cheating prevalent in college 3/21/2006
CHI'S sponsor bunny drive for local children, elderly 3/21/2006
Fitness guru offers advice tailored for women 3/21/2006
Flag stealing also robs freedom of speech right 3/21/2006
Honor Code revisions nears completion 3/21/2006
Letters to the editor 3/21/2006
Lilley to discuss leadership in series 3/21/2006
Softball readies to swat Jackets 3/21/2006
Stand-up comedy no laughing matter 3/21/2006
Study dissects marital communication, relationship patterns 3/21/2006
Test banks require professors to keep eyes peeled 3/21/2006
Thriller evokes strong emotion 3/21/2006
Turner draws on strengths 3/21/2006
With Young leading charge, Baylor climbs to Sweet 16 3/21/2006
Army perks should be appreciated 3/10/2006
Baylor to gain faster Internet 3/10/2006
Colorado squeaks by BU 3/10/2006
Congress to assist with raffle 3/10/2006
Letters to the editor 3/10/2006
Military to move detainees from Abu Ghraib 3/10/2006
Students deserve Lilley's attention, consideration 3/10/2006
Students urged to park cars in safe places 3/10/2006
Video technology debuts at SXSW 3/10/2006
Women's past roles painted in pictures 3/10/2006
'Simpsons' not a threat to First Amendment 3/9/2006
Anti-abortion flags stolen 3/9/2006
Bears hope to build on last season's near miss 3/9/2006
BU alumna, former governor diagnosed with cancer 3/9/2006
Composer visits BU to hear own music 3/9/2006
Dancing keeps professor on his toes 3/9/2006
Facility offers research help 3/9/2006
Letters to the editor 3/9/2006
Party anger continues due to cultural ignorance 3/9/2006
Perfume problems persist 3/9/2006
Quiz Bowl heads to national contest 3/9/2006
Softball team scores two wins 3/9/2006
Students tackle cultural barriers 3/9/2006
Third-year law student wins Miss Waco crown 3/9/2006
Violence stalls WISD, Baylor collaboration 3/9/2006
Alum retains post as state district judge 3/8/2006
Bears to open against Buffaloes 3/8/2006
Democrat Bell wins party nod 3/8/2006
Economics could fix shortages 3/8/2006
Hawthorne Heights' predictability, lack of originality sinks new release 3/8/2006
House renews Bush's Patriot Act in close vote 3/8/2006
Issues offer plenty of opportunity to change views 3/8/2006
Matchbook Romance laces album with haunting vibe 3/8/2006
Open dialogue on party can ease racial tension 3/8/2006
Sing Alliance receives official university charter 3/8/2006
Student group to examine racially-themed TV show 3/8/2006
Team walk-on proves herself on tennis court 3/8/2006
Track hopes to move into first over weekend 3/8/2006
Women fight to keep Big 12 title 3/8/2006
'Crash' wins several Oscars with lessons on racism 3/7/2006
Alumna running for re-election for county judge 3/7/2006
Baylor reaches above, beyond for recruitment 3/7/2006
Bears sweep away Long Beach Dirtbags 3/7/2006
BU softball wins invitational, 5-1 3/7/2006
Campus political groups gear up for Texas primaries 3/7/2006
Caritas holds fundraiser to assist less fortunate 3/7/2006
Contestants not slowed by Bearathon route change 3/7/2006
Date rape prevention speakers draw full house 3/7/2006
Eco: BU recycling program 'lacking' 3/7/2006
Hazing issue overshadows greek life 3/7/2006
Law professor takes new role as North Carolina dean 3/7/2006
Letters to the editor 3/7/2006
Loan slash would cut into student wallets 3/7/2006
Local bail bonds agent charged in murder plot 3/7/2006
Military recruiters allowed at colleges 3/7/2006
National Pan-Hellenic Council Week to inform, entertain campus 3/7/2006
Promotion of benefits could increase StuGov applicants 3/7/2006
Sloan keeps busy while on sabbatical 3/7/2006
Tennis team wins weekend matches 3/7/2006
Young named player of the year 3/7/2006
Alpha Delta Pi awarded for year's achievements 3/3/2006
Baylor slams Fresno State 3/3/2006
Bears hit road to face Cowboys 3/3/2006
Burglar search continues 3/3/2006
Chart-topping indie artist to revisit Waco on CD tour 3/3/2006
Elephant attacks woman 3/3/2006
Henna tattoos popularize ancient Hindu tradition 3/3/2006
Letters to the editor 3/3/2006
Local thespians to make debut in off-Broadway production 3/3/2006
Party fuels intense debate 3/3/2006
Questioning holds key to social reform 3/3/2006
Revised timeline crucial to enduring 2012 support 3/3/2006
Seasons 3:1 café to freshen up style 3/3/2006
Seminar to address date rape 3/3/2006
Softball plays host to weekend tournament 3/3/2006
Student officer candidates remain scarce 3/3/2006
Weekend library conference to honor poet, unite scholars 3/3/2006
'Simpsons' characters trump First Amendment 3/2/2006
Bathroom artists need new venue 3/2/2006
Benefit concert to assist African orphanage 3/2/2006
Demand for hybrid cars increases in Waco 3/2/2006
Digital security lecture series focuses on safe Web surfing 3/2/2006
Farm Bureau disputes water study 3/2/2006
Good food meets laid-back feeling at El Siete Mares 3/2/2006
ISSA celebrates Hindu holiday with first Holi festival 3/2/2006
Lady Bears make late comeback to defeat Texas State 3/2/2006
Letters to the editor 3/2/2006
Lilley hits Houston in second leg of tour 3/2/2006
Men of Valor hope to witness for God in hip-hop music 3/2/2006
Parking garage a haven for automobile burglars 3/2/2006
Trip home rekindles feelings of being kid again 3/2/2006
Victory over Red Raiders lifts Bears up to No. 11 3/2/2006
Wilson markets skills on NBC's 'Apprentice' 3/2/2006
Young Conservatives mark founding of Republic of Texas 3/2/2006
Attendance reveals lack of support 3/1/2006
Basketball to take on Red Raiders, say farewell to Swanson, Shipman 3/1/2006
Brumley resigns to join Mercer 3/1/2006
Campaign to voice poverty concerns 3/1/2006
Congress wrong to issue money for prom dresses 3/1/2006
Display illustrates dangers, images of eating disorders 3/1/2006
Handbag rental companies design discounts on style 3/1/2006
Johnson gets in touch with inner child on 'Curious George' soundtrack 3/1/2006
Letters to the editor 3/1/2006
Library to feature faculty creations 3/1/2006
Quick diets can drain body of nutrients 3/1/2006
Rookies keep baseball afloat 3/1/2006
Softball readies to face Texas State 3/1/2006
Students delving into organic health food trend 3/1/2006
Students outraged by off-campus party 3/1/2006