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Thursday, January 15, 2004
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Mending fences, reaching out
SGA strives to gain students’ interest


Student Government Association officers hope to regain the trust of the student body by increasing communication with students, officers said.

SGA will debut a professionally designed Web site, distribute a bi-monthly newsletter and send campus-wide e-mails to students this semester, officers said.
 
More options for late-night munchies

The Sunset Grill has extended hours to satisfy students who want more food choices after 8 p.m.
Higher standards plus aid for Fijis after bar raised

The Phi Gamma Delta fraternity continues to complete sanctions since being put on probation on suspicion of hazing last semester.
Despite vaccine shortage, flu remedies still remain

The flu season is in full swing on campus, but there are steps students can take to avoid the bug and soothe the symptoms.
Review team grants accreditation

The M.J. Neeley School of Business and the accounting program earned reaccreditation once again. The school has been accredited since the 1940s.
Theft in Worth Hills dorms over break

More than $13,000 in cash, video and audio equipment and other items were stolen from two fraternity houses at Martin-Moore Hall on Dec. 24, the morning after the Fort Worth Bowl, according to presidents of the two fraternities.
     
 
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