|Thursday, March 23, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 117
Court: Mandatory fees legal
The audience applauds as Yini Sheng, a freshman architecture major, presents a concert in the lobby of the Architecture College Building on Wednesday.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday unanimously overturned rulings in
favor of a group of Wisconsin students who claimed their mandatory student
service fees forced them to support organizations with which they did not
Tick, tock. Tick, tock. Tick, tock.
That's the sound of the clock on the Disney/ABC vs. Time Warner dispute.
Will Channel 13 still be available on Time Warner's cable boxes after March
Before it headed off to the South by Southwest conference last week,
local band Japanic, which consists of Tex Kerschen (vocals), Margeaux Cigainero
(vocals and keyboards), Brandon Davis (guitar), Rob Smith (keyboards) and
Josh Barry (drums), met up with me at Rudyard's.
The NCAA men's basketball tournament, affectionately known as March Madness, has hit full throttle, and it won't slow down until a national champion is crowned.