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Lyrical Spin: The Shires in concert

Erika Pope, Staff Writer

February 13, 2003

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On Feb. 5 University of Central Arkansas French horn instructor Brent Shires and his pianist wife Terrie, took the stage in the Russell Fine Arts building at Henderson to perform their program entitled "The Horn and the Hunt....

American History 101:

Don Jackson, Mass Media

February 13, 2003

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Let's set the record straight on a few things. Most people know that February is designated as "Black History Month." My question, or one of them, is that why do we only have one month to celebrate history? We - by this I mean all peo...

Off the ropes: Hulkmania running wild with fans, Rock not

Martin Downey, Features Writer

February 13, 2003

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A little over a year ago something happened to the Rock that hadn't in years. It was at Wrestlemania 18, and the Rock was in a much-anticipated match with the legendary Hulk Hogan. In the weeks leading to Wrestlemania, Hogan ...

Addiction leaves HSU smokers out in the cold

ay-Kay Davis, Communications

February 13, 2003

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I always knew that smoking was addictive, and that some people have to have a certain amount of tobacco every day or they just can't make it. But I never knew just how dedicated smokers were until last Thursday. When I woke up ...

Shuttle tragedy highlights precarious nature of life – and of nation pondering war

Michael Taylor, Oracle Advisor and Associate Professor of Communication

February 13, 2003

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In the summer of 1999, I was a speaker at the National Space Society meeting in Houston. The greatest perk of my talk (OK, it was the only perk) was a VIP tour of the Johnson Space Center. Because another speaker failed to show,...

Off the ropes: WWE women more than just beauty

Martin Downey, Features Writer

February 7, 2003

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Recently I was reading a past article of mine in which I made a comment that the Trish Stratus vs. Victoria match of the No Mercy card was the typical beer and bathroom break match. And when I wrote that, it was true, but not an...

Wal-Mart: Where odd meets trashy

Kay Kay Davis

February 7, 2003

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I walk in to be welcomed by a friendly older man wearing a blue vest, khaki pants, and a smile. "Hi, enjoy your shopping," he shouts. I look around me to see if he is yelling at someone in front of or behind me, but I don't se...

DCJ Review: ‘Catch Me If You Can’

February 7, 2003

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Genre: Drama/Comedy (December 2002) Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hanks, Christopher Walken, Martin Sheen Director: Stephen Spielberg In a Nutshell: Frank W. Abagnale, Jr. (DiCaprio) is a fraud. The most brilliant con arti...

Lyrical Spin: ‘All Rivers At Once”

Erika Pope

February 7, 2003

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The phrase "best kept secret," can easily be applied when referring to the music department at Henderson State University. Some of the most brilliant of musicians have been and still are members of the music faculty. This fact is b...

Former Bush supporter has second thoughts, questions president’s ‘legitimacy’

David Kerr

February 7, 2003

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As former District 2 Chairman of the Arkansas Federation of Teenage Republicans, I look back to a time of hard work, dedication and celebration. I remember working on the Arkansas front of President Bush's 2000 election, and helping t...

The Brandon Scott Top 10 List:

February 7, 2003

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10. On the 3rd floor of the library in the 700's (Quiet, please). 9. If you're risque - on one of the couches in the Reddie Cafe (after 6 p.m.) 8. On the pedestrian bridge after midnight (watch out for 18-wheelers). 7. On the ...

Roadhouse tragedy

Kurt Connor, Mass Media

February 3, 2003

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Musicians lead interesting lives. Not interesting in an, "Oh, that's cool" sort of way. It's more of a, "What the hell?" type thing. I know this because I am a musician. I, as a club musician, have played in some really ratty pla...

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