Wednesday, February 27, 2002

“Almost Legal,” a television soap opera produced by students in the radio-TV-film department, will make its debut at noon today with a public screening of the first episode in Moudy Building South, Room 164.
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A former vice president of academic affairs at the University of Oklahoma was hired as director of the School of Music.
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DALLAS — Prosecutors have dismissed six more narcotics cases linked to several fake drug cases handled by the Dallas Police Department.
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Transfers to be wait-listed for housing
By Kami Lewis
Staff Reporter

Housing deposits are no longer being accepted for transfer students because of last fall’s housing crunch, said Karen Baker, assistant director of Residential Services. Instead, transfer students interested in on-campus housing are directed to a Web site for a housing waiting list.
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“On-campus housing hasn’t been guaranteed to transfers in recent years, but we’ve made an effort to fit those who wanted to live on campus in as soon as we could.”
— Karen Baker
Cross-cultural communion
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Orsi Trizna, a senior interior design major, looks at the Latin American exhibit. Various objects were displayed from Africa, Latin America and Asia during the International Week Cultural Exhibit in the Student Center Tuesday.




Grabbing the Grammy

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By David Reese
Staff Reporter

In the 44-year tradition of the Grammy awards, the awards have not always been known as the most hip or coolest award show out there. This year, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences has tried to move in the right direction by nominating some lesser known artists like India.Arie and Ryan Adams as well as well known unconventional artists like Outkast and Linkin Park. The Grammy awards will be broadcast 7 p.m. Feb. 27 on CBS (Channel 11). Again, comedian Jon Stewart of Comedy Central’s “The Daily Show” will host the award show.
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