|Wednesday, October 21, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 42
Core Curriculum Discussed
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inconvenience this causes our readers, and hope to correct the problem
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Today's Top Story
The debate over the state-mandated 42-hour core curriculum continued Monday as faculty members met to decide how to fill the last six hours of the institutionally designated option.
In Opinion Today . . .
I 'm afraid it's time that we talked. I'm concerned for your well being. I know you must be wondering why you should be listening to me, as I left your bed years ago for my own.
In Sports Today . . .
For a team that has given the training staff all they can handle throughout the 1998 season, a week off from action couldnit have come at a better time for the cougars.
This Week's Feature
"What is art? Are we art? Or is art, art?" Laugh all you want, but these profound philosophical questions were posed by an important art critic of the late '80s and early '90s.
Sew, a needle pulling thread
The Daily Cougar
Sophomore history major Brandy Moore works on a cross-stitch pattern of a pig while taking a break between classes Tuesday behind the Technology 2 Building. Moore said she would hang the completed design in her daughter's bedroom.
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