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Coach charged with DUI

Women’s basketball coach Jeff Mittie has been charged in Newton, Kan., with driving under the influence of alcohol.


Newton city prosecutor David Yoder said in filing the charge that Mittie had a blood alcohol level of .121 when he was arrested at 3:50 a.m. March 17, The Dallas Morning News reported in its online edition Wednesday. The legal limit in Kansas is .08.
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Attacks prompt hall meeting
SGA and ISA presidents convened to promote awareness after two students were assaulted at Eagle Mountain Lake.

Two students were assaulted last weekend while camping at Eagle Mountain Lake in an attack that may have been racially motivated, university officials said.
Divided we stand?
Pledge comes under scrutiny


WASHINGTON — Not long after the Supreme Court came to order Wednesday with the invocation, “God save the United States and this honorable court,” the justices were deep in a wrenching argument over whether millions of public schoolchildren may continue pledging allegiance to one nation “under God.”
Other news
University reacts to Supreme Court proceedings



Vision in Action panel weighs resource needs



New curriculum inches toward final approval
Opinion
Loan request for TV station rightly tabled
CEO TV a good idea, but needs a little more thought

The time is ... well, not now. The Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization asked the House of Student Representatives Tuesday to table their $38,000 loan request to start a student-run television station, citing confusion and a lack of support.
Neocons’ agenda is questionable

You may have been hearing various news reports about how the Bush administration was itching to get at Iraq, even before the World Trade Center attacks. Unfortunately, it’s partially true. The people doing the plotting even have a name: neoconservatives.
Other opinions
Creativity catches employer’s eye

Sports
Let the controversy begin
Quarterback position remains wide open until August play
Players contend with health issues and practice schedule in hope of gaining key role.

It is 161 days until kickoff for the next Horned Frog football season. OK, so kickoff isn’t exactly right around the corner, but spring practices are in full swing. Which begs the question, who is the quarterback?
Freshmen trio has the Frogs’ bats on fire
Three freshmen have made a name for themselves on the baseball diamond with their bats this season, and they plan to keep it that way.

Entering the 2004 season, head coach Jim Schlossnagle was searching for a new collection of hitters he could pencil into his lineup card every game.
Other sports news
Men’s tennis team prepares for biggest challenge of the season thus far



 
     
 
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