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Tuesday, October 22, 2002
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Opinion
Week of faith
returns to campus


Uniting Campus Ministries brings back Week of Faith after two-year absence. The programming will feature the five senses to help people learn about different religions.
University not fretting over volunteer program costs

Costs to the university will not be a factor unless more staff participate in the Reading Frog’s volunteer time off plan, officials said.


AP cannot verify 40 sources from former editor

In campus visit, Frost says Iraq does not pose immediate threat

Week of FaithMuslim Student Association

photo editor/Sarah McClellan
Junior computer science and political science major Diana Awde represented the Muslim Student Association Monday in the Student Center for Faith Week. MSA passed out fliers with information about Islam and English translations of the Qur’an.

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COMMENTARY

At the age of most college students, cancer is not an issue at the front of most or our minds; it seems like something we don’t have to worry about until later.

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Opinions from around the country

Fiction movies revive idea that good guys always win

Media not to blame for causing terrorism

 
Sports Features

Frogs ignore hype; business-like in 45-31 victory

In a similar situation to last year’s contest, the Frogs built an early lead and withstood a Louisville comeback to beat the Cardinals 45-31.

Frog Report Card
Passing offense: A+

Redshirt freshman Tye Gunn passed for 187 yards and three touchdowns. He spread the ball to nine different receivers and continued his efficiency, completing 17 of 23 passes. Seniors Adrian Madise, LaTarence Dunbar and Reggie Holts each caught a touchdown pass.

Pat McDonogh/Louisville Courier-Journal.
Dave Ragone saw a great deal of purple and white Saturday as the senior quarterback was sacked six times in the Frogs 45-31 victory over Louisville.

Basketball teams host ‘Frog Madness’ activities

Skits, dancing and singing by Frog players allow fans to see their teams in a different light.

Volleyball team loses to Cougars for second time

The volleyball team fell to Houston in three sets for the second time in as many months (30-20, 30-26, 31-29). The loss dropped the Frogs (9-12, 1-4 Conference USA), into sole possession of tenth place in the conference standings.

Trofholz receives award for defensive play

 

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