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declares bank victory
After three meetings with Woodforest National Bank officials,
the Student Government Association declared victory in its fight to change
bank policies it claims hurt students and student organizations.
should have sold biscuits
Last week's racially divisive bake sale held by the Young
Conservatives of Texas on the campus of Southern Methodist University has
again pushed affirmative action back into the sociopolitical spotlight.
The group protested affirmative action at the fundraiser by selling baked
goods to white males for $1, to white females for 75 cents, to Hispanics
for 50 cents and to blacks for 25 cents.
has high hopes
Loure Dews wants to change the world.
pub's prices cater to regulars
Despite the tacky neon signs and the industrial, modernist
building in Shepherd Square that houses it, open the door of McElroyis
Pub and youill be instantly transported to downtown Dublin. The dark green
walls and elegant fixtures of the bar give this sometimes-deserted and
sometimes-packed establishment the feel of an elegant saloon in Ireland.
Volume 69, Issue 28, Thursday, October 2, 2003
SGA declares bank victory
Famed doctor calls for empathy
Victim urges others to speak out on rape
Council dicusses SAT standards
They should have sold biscuits
Vouchers are just plain worthless
A remedy for library computer use
UH has become too liberal for this
She has high hopes
Born to win
UH opens up box of chocolates
Irish pub's prices cater to regulars
Black, Washington, Kilmer drive openers
APC takes steps toward perfection
Forget the glamour at 'largest bar in Texas'
SPA offers a swingin' time