|Wednesday, August 9, 2000||
Volume 65, Issue 166
SGA controversy reaches Freshman Council
'This isn't that fool's gold not is it?'
MBA graduate Barry Turcotte orders a graduation ring from Pam Riser, a representative from Art Carved Class Rings at the University Center.
Student Government Association President James Robertson Jr. has been
accused of stalling Freshman Council efforts.
I wrote a "goodbye" type of column for the last issue of the spring
semester. It wasn't my last issue as editor in chief, but it was my last
chance to speak to a wider audience than what is usual for the summer.
I'm sorry to say that, unless you know me (which is kind of hard to do
unless you live in the newsroom, too), this column will be mostly inside
information. If you don't like it ... write a letter to the editor.
What sets bands apart from each other these days? Is it the ability
to be lumped together with other alterna-pop bands to the point of being
confused with the more popular ones?
We may still be two months away from the start of training camp for NBA teams, but that hasn't stopped the hectic activity in the free agent market.