|Thursday, April 27, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 142
SGA plays game of 'checks and balances'
The Kappa Alpha Psi fraternity welcomes its new members at a ceremony Wednesday outside the University Center.
Student Government Association senators defeated three of four Senate
nominations Wednesday in what some feel was a deliberate show of power
against SGA President James Robertson Jr.
College campuses are notorious hangouts for tin pot revolutionaries.
Be they from the right or left, disaffected radical intellectuals of every
stripe seem to think that they can kick-start their revolutions by planting
the seeds of dissent in the fertile fields of academia. Sometimes, one
does not know whether to laugh or to cry at some of their notions.
Word up, y'all. It's the last GB of the semester and things are going
Perhaps if Rice's Brett Smith wasn't at that particular spot, it would have been a different game.