TODAY
September 26, 2000

 

News

Kindle returns home after recuperation
Alumna enthusiastic about returning from Nebraska

Alcohol laws for students adjusted
Changes due to federal regulation

Waits next on list of renovations

Latina publisher to share story
Haubegger tells of ‘American Dream’

Students participate in live video conference
Participants address issues of the Americas

Kindle Returns

Evelyn Roberts, a former nutrition and dietetics professor, greets Robbyn Kindle at Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport. Kindle was at the University of Nebraska Medical Center for seven months where she underwent
four organ transplants.


 

Opinion

Debate format is too dated

Voting freedom
U.S. should learn from Yugoslavia

 


 

Features

 

 

 


 

Sports

Volleyball team defeats Mustangs in four games
Win boosts Frogs’ confidence as they begin WAC schedule

 

 

Senior outside hitter Amy Atamanczuk hits one of her 18 kills Saturday against Southern Methodist University at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Frogs opened their Western Athletic Conference season with a four-game win
over the Mustangs.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you know it is Hispanic Heritage Month?

Yes: 21 No: 79


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