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Thursday, September 5, 2002
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Opinion
CUE still in works as new committee set to review it

A committee scheduled to be considered by the Faculty Senate today would be the sixth body in the last two years other than the Senate to discuss a new core curriculum.
Roastin’ the night away

Hot dog barbeque

News editor/David Reese
Dale Smith, a junior criminal justice major, dishes out hot dogs to students participating in the annual Moncrief Hall barbecue Wednesday night. The barbecue is the first major all-hall program of the year which is organized by the Moncrief Resident Assistants and the Hall Council.
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NEW DAY
Campus improvement now and in future
COMMENTARY

It almost doesn’t seem like school has started yet.
Charges against Evans dropped, basketball player back on team

Tiffany Evans was suspended from team workouts last spring in response to the warrant issued for her arrest in connection with identity fraud. The district attorney will not pursue the case, and Evans is back on the team
Number of freshmen comes in below enrollment cap; economy a factor

The admissions office is trying to lower undergraduate enrollment to maintain the learning environment associated with private schools.

False security preferred by students but realities await

West Nile mosquito on most wanted list

Sports Features
Dunbar shows he can do it all playing offense, defense and special teams

Dunbar will give his all this season for the football team. He has proven himself in the past not only in football, but on other athletic fields as well.

LaTarence Dunbar

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Senior wide receiver LaTarence Dunbar catches in the December bowl game against Texas A&M. Dunbar will see constant action, playing offense, defense and special teams.
It’s Greek To Me
Items at the Pegasus might be tough to say, but they aren’t tough to eat

For those students tired of typical college food, The Pegasus is a good alternative, offering cuisine from around the world. Mediterranean is its specialty.
Have A Four Day Weekend

Five funny men and some improv-comedy set the stage for an enjoyable evening at Four Day Weekend.
   
Simple Plan a copycat band, but with talent and message

A new cookie-cutter band rises featuring familiar material but they may have the talent needed to spread their wings and soar.

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