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Sloan recruits former Baylor vice president

James Steen was hired as the University’s new vice president for enrollment management Nov. 1 after serving on Baylor University’s enrollment services staff for 13 years. Steen is President Robert B. Sloan Jr.’s first hire since becoming the University president, Sept.

‘Fright Test’ used to raise student awareness on social issues

The Student Programming Board introduced “Fright Test” to the University in October to educate students on the issues of alcohol awareness, abuse, rape and sexually transmitted diseases. The series, which started Oct. 10, ran every Tuesday in October with the primary purpose being to educate students by shocking them about the dangers of various social issues.

‘Husky Hunt’ begins

As students walked into the Men’s Residence College Oct. 30 they were greeted by Junior resident assistant Melody McClanahan who calmly said, “You are going to be kidnapped in a few moments.” As the participants arrived, mingled and were kidnapped, they were taken to one of three nearby doors.

Harlow’s offers food and fun

Harlow’s Food and Fun, a restaurant and arcade tucked away in Edward’s Grand Cinema, contains all the necessities for a funfilled dining experience. Owned by the Landry’s chain of restaurants, Harlow’s contains American cuisine, a billiards room and a game room with all the latest games.

Harlow’s offers food and fun

Harlow’s Food and Fun, a restaurant and arcade tucked away in Edward’s Grand Cinema, contains all the necessities for a funfilled dining experience. Owned by the Landry’s chain of restaurants, Harlow’s contains American cuisine, a billiards room and a game room with all the latest games.

Campus divided

Stakeholders on both sides of the issue offered impassioned arguments on the possibility of the University changing its academic calendar from the quarter to the semestersystem. The Student Leadership Forum opened its monthly meeting to students, faculty, staff and administration to discuss the issue Jan.

Campus divided

Stakeholders on both sides of the issue offered impassioned arguments on the possibility of the University changing its academic calendar from the quarter to the semestersystem. The Student Leadership Forum opened its monthly meeting to students, faculty, staff and administration to discuss the issue Jan.

Huskies set to battle rams

Despite winning eight straight Conference Championships, athletic director and head men’s basketball coach Ron Cottrell said that this year everyone is predicting the defending National Champions Texas Wesleyan University to overcome the Huskies. “We were ranked second in our conference’s preseason poll,” Cottrell said.

A view from the wing

The “blue-collared” athletes have always been my favorite players to watch. They can always be seen playing gritty defense or diving on the floor to keep a position alive. The superstar will not be able to hit the game-winning shot, throw the winning touchdown or set up the ideal spike without the perfect screen, block or pass.

Women work through injuries

Season-ending injuries to juniors Jelela Simpson and Jasmine Moore have afforded other players the opportunity to step-up as they enter conference play. Despite injuries, Buchanan said the team has an advantage because players are getting much needed individual work.