|Friday, February 12, 1999||
Volume 64, Issue 92
Students will build opportunity in Florida
While most of the nation is enjoying Spring Break in March, a group of volunteer students will exchange the comforts of hime for construction sites in Homestead, Fla., a town at the poverty level.
Joshua Chen isn't the typical Moores School of Music student.
Like other students, he reads music, learns the melodies and performs in
the Moores School Chorale.
Despite the feeble attempt at aesthetics through a palette of pastels
and other "non-aggressive" colors, the building itself still seems foreboding.
It's no Gothic cathedral, but it still manages to make you feel small.
The smell of weed and booze. Nothing gets an evening going like that
combination, unless you add a great live music soundtrack. Then you have
yourself a bad-ass concert.
While some college teams go wild against less-than-average competition,
the Cougars have yet to back down from the challenge of taking the field
against the country's best talent.
Putting on the War Paint
ROTC members prepared for amush training Wednesday at MacGragor Park by outfitting themselves in army fatigues and painting their faces. TOP: Graduate student Romeo Pulikkathara and junior environmental management major Joseph phillip Johnson paint their faces and heads in order to hide from potential enemies. BELOW: Junior English major Akhirah Abdullah checks her reflection in the mirror to make sure her body in entirely covered.