Thursday, April 25, 2002


Kappa Sigs investigated for hazing
Fraternity suspended for possible illegal activities
By Colleen Casey
Staff Reporter

The local chapter of Kappa Sigma fraternity has been suspended from conducting activities because of hazing allegations, and criminal charges could follow, university officials said Wednesday night.
Associate Dean of Campus Life Michael Russel confirmed Wednesday that the university is conducting an investigation into the allegations and that “criminal charges are pending” against some Kappa Sigma members.
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Afternoon fun
Blair Busch/SKIFF STAFF
Students enjoy the warm weather Wednesday afternoon in a soccer game by Frog Fountain. Temperatures reached an afternoon high of 86 degrees according to the National Weather Service.
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Animal instincts
Zoo educators, animals mark a new territory...the classroom
By Elise Rambaud
Skiff Staff

It’s 8 a.m. and Kim Keith is momentarily greeted by the sound of chirping crickets when she arrives at work. Seconds later, the peaceful silence is shattered by a cacophony of hoots, howls, shrieks, squawks, meows and moans.
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Professor retires after changing students’ lives that changed his own
By Kelly Maria Howard
Staff Reporter

Chuck Becker released his students from class at 3:20 p.m. Tuesday, but he didn’t leave until 20 minutes later.
He needed to help his students with their assignments.

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