February 11, 2000


Committee names new Fine Arts dean
Sullivan plans to leave Kent State, start in August

Apartments provide off-campus feel
Students enjoy 'homely' life in Pete Wright complex

Hall association sponsors dance
Semi-formal dance provides alternative to fraternity, sorority formals

Religious presence
Some say influence not obvious because 'that's the point'
Program considers college status
Honors director says move would enhance credibility

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Kenneth Williams, a senior business finance and economics major, Roberto Hernandez, a senior electrical engineering major, and Adam Crews, a senior electrical engineering major, play video games in their apartment.


Circle of Life
Organ donations keep others alive

Who wants to get some perspective?
Get-rich-quick game shows are skewing our value of money and life

Inject some romance in other holidays
Valentine's Day should not overshadow barbecues, football and fireworks

Letter to the editor
Quote unquote


Dedicated To Love
Whether celebrated with that special someone or alone, students agree Valentine's Day is the one holiday

Graduate's film about campus to premier this weekend
Film addresses personal relationships of coming-of-age students

Determination personified
With a lot of help from family and friends, Robbyn Kindle just might beat the odds
Gift of life escapes many waiting for organ donation
One in three die while waiting for organ transplants, officials say; donations low because of misplaced fear


Basketball team defeats Rainbows
Turnovers key problem in victory

Frogs force season-high 22 turnovers

Frogs race to qualify for nationals
MacCurdy follows family swimmers

Win over Mavericks gives coach 400th win


Junior center Derrick Davenport shoots over Hawaii's Lane O'Connor in the Frogs' 106-96 win Thursday night. Davenport scored eight points in the contest.

Purple Poll:

Would you be willing to be an organ donor?

Yes: 80  No: 16 Mabye? 4


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