|Friday, September 3, 1999||
Volume 65, Issue 10
Minority test scores stay below average
Stylin' and profilin' at the UC
Biology junior Humaira Badat (above) and MIS sophomores Traun Mulani and B.J. Josan (below) participate in the Indian Students Association's Dance and Fashion Shown on Thursday at the University Center.
Although the number of minorities who take the Scholastic Aptitude Test
has increased during the past decade, average SAT scores have not shown
much change, The College Board announced earlier this week.
Why wasn't the part of the world that opposes capital punishment outraged
when John William King was sentenced to death? Why is it cruel and unusual
to have prisoners in rooms without air conditioning, but it's not cruel
to put high school students in the same situation?
The weather is getting cooler, the jeans are getting tighter, and visions of beach balls are bouncing in the heads of country music fans.
At this time of year, these mildly strange symptoms can only be attributed
to two things: 1.) Labor Day, or 2.) Clay Walker is coming to town.
When the Cougar Football coaching staff searches the country for talented athletes, it looks for size, speed and desire.
When head coach Kim Helton found William Pettis playing defensive back for the NJCAA's Middle Georgia, he got all that -- plus attitude.