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October 12, 2000

 

News

Vote to restructure SGA invalid, some say
Four absent members’ votes not counted in final number

Student Center to undergo changes
Renovations should begin in 2001

Coming out for support
National Coming Out Day supported by students

Parking affects area neighborhoods
Limited space causes overflow into area streets

Eating options, habits graded
The Main offers variety of healthy choices for willing students

Fiddling Faculty

Misha Galaganov, new assistant professor of viola, John Owings, professor of music, and Gary Whitman, associate professor of clarinet, practice Wednesday night at PepsiCo Hall. Their Faculty Recital Series is at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the Pepsico Recital Hall. .


 

Opinion

Protective order?
Firestone’s legal secrecy cost lives

School system not doing job

Mind-altering drugs don’t inhibit human emotions

Putting God back into schools will not magically fix things


 

Features

Stroke therapy’s new push
Effects of controversial treatment visible

 

 

James A. Parcell/WASHINGTON POST
Neurologist Linda Sigmund helps stroke victim Garline Perry with a rehabilitation exercise at Inova Fairfax Hospital. After aggressive intra-arterial treatment with a clot-dissolving drug, Perry has regained most of his functions, a recovery his doctor termed “miraculous."


 

Sports

Midseason offers opportunity to assess goals
Volley Frogs taking time to reflect on past and react for future

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Senior free safety Curtis Fuller and senior
linebacker Terrance Maiden converge on a Arkansas State ball carrier Sept. 23 at Amon Carter Stadium. The defense ranks No. 6 in the nation for average points allowed.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think The Main has an asssortment of healthy food choices?

Yes: 26 No: 74


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