|Tuesday, October 27, 1998||
Volume 64, Issue 46
Older Women Get Support
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Today's Top Story
The Women's Resource Center is offering a new support group to give nontraditional female students a chance to meet other women who may share their circumstances and responsibilities.
On Campus Today . . .
The Edythe Bates Old Moores Opera Center presents Kurt Weill's The Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Saturday and Monday in the Moores Opera House.
In Opinion Today . . .
Not every country has a First Amendment to provide for the separation of church and state. Many don't even have a constitution to amend.
In Sports Today . . .
The last two Saturdays have not been too kind to the East Carolina Pirates.
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.
The Daily Cougar
Alumni from the Graduate School of Social Work gathered Wednesday in the University Hilton to celebrate 100 years of social work as a profession and 30 years of GSSW at UH. See Wednesday's Features page for the full story.