Argonaut 2003

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January 17th, 2003 MLK celebration features variety of events; Godwin gets used to new role; American Indians report lack of acceptance, understanding; The meeting you missed because it was right before finals; Federal protection sought for trumpeter swans (p5); Ending impasse in North Korea will take time, U.S. diplomat warns (p6); U.N inpsectors find 11 empty chemical warheads in Iraq (p7); Russia's deadly junk room (p9); ABC tries to turn over new leaf (p13); 49ers strike it rich vs. UI: Vandal women panned in third straight loss (p14);
MLK celebration; American Indians; Finals; North Korea; War heads; Iraq; Russia; ABC; Basketball
January 22nd, 2003 Big-name businesses might spell trouble for small stores; Students spend break in Ecuador; Pro-life supporters protest Roe v. Wade; Weiss to serve as college of Ag and sciences acting dean; Bush says he is out of patience (p3); Latino eclipse blacks as largest minprity group, census data show (p4); Protest is a part of American politics (p5); Winning in the home stretch: Vandal women end on top in seesaw affair (p8);
Snall stores; Ecuador; Bush; Latinos; Census; American politics; Basketball
January 24th, 2003 Hoover gives account of budget cuts; Traditional snowball fight turns destructive; Committee promotes open dialogue on discrimination; Drivers should steer clear of overconfidence on slick roads; Offices enjoy new home in Adminstration building (p3); French react angrily to Rumsfeld's remark (p3); Super bowl fanfare heats up: escape from tortilla chips (p8);
Budget cuts; Snowball fights; Slick roads; Rumsfeld's remark; Super Bowl
January 28th, 2003 Concerned citizens march for peace, equality; Internet worms attack UI; Fire on the mountain; INS will require Transmission of student information; Mack spreads encouragement; Follow the leader: Junior swingman sets precednet for UImen's basketball (p10); Track starts new season (p10); Agassi keeps going with the flow (p11);
Concerned citizens; Internet worms; INS; Carl mack; Basketball; Track and Field; Tennis
January 31st, 2003 Former Aryan nations member, Don't ignore hate groups; Senior bikes across America to helop brother; Architect presents design for new Hampton center; White house works to solidify allied support (p3); Native languages are worth keeping (p5); The time is right for war with Saddam (p5); Step up to 'Step Afrika!' (p6); Track and field of dreams (p8); Women on track for a championship (p8);
Aryan nations member; New Hampton center; White house; Native languages; Saddam Hussain; Step Afrika; Track and Field
February 4th, 2003 Students move back in after WSU bomb threat; Tower converts to co-ed housing for fall; Student overcomes autism in doctorate work: parker works on autobiographic dissertation; Geographer discusses globalization from feminist viewpoint (p3); NASA focuses on investigation (p4); UI turns over game to aggies (p9);
WSU bomb threat; Autism; autobiographic dissertation; Feminism; NASA; Basketball
February 7th, 2003 LLC hopefuls apply from rooms; Black history month events fill february; Citizens can voice budget opinions; CIA plot is MIA in Pacino's latest, 'Recruit' (p8); Cal Poly walks a fine line: Mustangs take advantage of charity stripe in edging Vandals (p9); Vandals hope for help from 2003 football recruits (p9);
LLC; Black history; CIA; Basketball; Football
February 11st, 2003 Alternative spring break returns to UTAH; Thinking inside the box: Gamers immerse themselves in Xbox frenzy; Steel House celebrates 50th anniversary; NATO meets amid Iraq rift, Rumsfeld says allies won't delay U.S. (p3); If N.Korea won't talk, U.S. will fight (p3); ASUI senate wastes student money (p5); So Close: Vandals run out of gas against gauchos (p8);
ASB; Xbox; NATO; Iraq rift; Rumsfeld; North Korea; ASUI Senate; Basketball
February 14th, 2003 School of communication undergoes reconstruction; Bill would temporarily suspend death penalty; Image is everything: Celebrate your body day teaches students the importance of self respect; Jazz fest is music to local merchants' ears; Counseling and testing center gets new digs (p3); FAFSA aid may be awarded in spite of drug conviction (p5); Gearing up for the NBA (p9);
School of communication; Death penalty; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Counseling and Testing Center; FAFSA aid; NBA
February 19th, 2003 Two UI students killed in Auto accident Monday; Pitts seeks balance on racial issues; Citizens rally against war in Iraq; Greek community examines its image; Brown left a legacy for peers (p6); Feast and Famine: Vandal offense: Vandal offense withers in second half (p9); Vandal women look to close out home season on a good note (p9);
UI students killed; war in Iraq; Greek community; Brown; Basketball
February 21st, 2003 CLASS dean discourages talk about loan; Work on Hampton center moves forward; Local Wiccans, pagans practice what they preach; Students display automotive innovations for visitors and locals; NROTC wins two awards (p4); Give peace a voice (p6); A blaze of Glory: Vandal women live and nearly die from 3-point range in victory (p8); Spirit of festival lives on (p12);
CLASS dean; Lionel Hampton: NROTC; Basketball; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival
February 25th, 2003 Locals of all ages ride for peace; Egan touched many lives amidst busy life; Hess treasured faith, lived life to fullest; Business students are unhappy about new laptop requirement; Professor to head presidential committee (p3); Police investigate athletic club robbery (p3); UI needs a timeout: Adminstrators should think about what they've done (p6); Jones nabs five Grammy's (p8); The faces of Jazz festival 2003 (p9); Vandals run away with victory (p10);
Business students; Athletic club robbery; Time out; Grammy awards; Lionel Hampton Jazz Festival; Basketball
March 7th, 2003 Broken water pipe floods tower; Fund not used as founder intended; University suspends men's ice hockey club; Arnold leaves ASUI senate; Greeks update recruitment (p3); Take stand agasint gay discrimination (p5); 13-13 UI's lucky day is thursday: Vandals even out record with 60-55 win over Pacific tigers (p9); Notre dam responds to sump (p10);
Broken water Pipe; Ice hoceky club; ASUI Senate; Gay discrimination; Basketball; Notre dam
March 11st, 2003 Four finalists compete for ag dean position; Peace activists wrap federal building in pink; EU official speaks to UI audience; Undergrad studies valuable morel mushroom species; All opinions are equal (p4); Senior night ends on sour note (p7); Vandals finish indoor season (p7);
Ag dean position; Peace activists; EU official on campus; Basketball; Track and Field
March 14th, 2003 Ways and means committe looks into ASUI president's action; UI promotes safe spring break; UI raising student fees despite state board of education's decision; Al-Hussayyen to return; Enlistment program aimed at grads who shun long-term service (p4); Hockey club looks to dominate (p9); UI competes at indoor championship (p9);
ASUI president; Spring break; Student fees; Al-Hussayyen; Ice hockey; Indoor championship
March 25th, 2003 Rallies during break show both sides: Peace advocates respond to war; Others rally to support Bush, troops; Coalition forces near Baghdad; Investigation into alleged terrorist activity widens; Only embedded journalist for college newspaper hits Kuwait (p3); 'Chicago' tops awards: Surprise wins for 'Pianist' director, star (p6); Vandal seniors finish indoor season at championships (p9);
War; Bush; Baghdad; Terrorist activity; Journalist in Kuwait; Oscars; Basketball
March 28th, 2003 Meth labs persist, users face vile side effects; UI defends student fee increase; Pro-troops protestor may have been poisoned; Coalition forces ready for Republican guard battle; Tennis heads for a warmer climate (p9);
Meth labs, Student fees; Pro-troops protestors; Republican guard battle; Tennis
April 1st, 2003 Smoke signals, Recovering meth addict finally rejects life of side effects; Indian students share culture; Potential Vandals get barrage of options on Vandal Friday; 'S' word causes a stir; War coverage, Not just another reality show (p5); The great outdoors: Women's track aims to reclaim conference (p9);
Meth; Smoke signals; India night; Vandal Friday; War coverage; Track and Field
April 4th, 2003 Killing him slowly: Former meth user, producer reconstructs his life; Navy ROTC captain flew in dessert storm; Fuller censured ,vetoes bill, senate overrides veto; Myers-Briggs puts personality to the test (p3); Bush visits Lejeune, shares war burdens with families (p3); A stone's throw from graduation: UI senior hopes for big payoff in spring (p10); Changes don't faze UI football (p10);
Former meth user; Dessert storm; Senate; Bush; Shortput; Football
April 8th, 2003 Local citizens group battles proposed highway site; U.S. officials, major combat all but over; TKEs will move out at semester; Martin institute discusses Iraqi humanitarian crisis; Group tours new LLC (p3); Mexican band Molotov challenges imperialism (p8); Livin' on the edge: Competitors flock to UI's SRC for palouse climbing festival (p9); UI's mens tennis wins easily at home 6-1 (p9);
Local citizens; U.S officials; Iraqi humanitarian crisis; LLC; Mexican band Molotov; Rock climbing; Tennis
April 11st, 2003 MSA president talks about al-Hussayyen: Mossad shares views on war in Iraq, Saddam Hussein's regime; Finance, Admin. VP focusses on what went wrong; Association aims to teach about Asian American, Pacific Islander culture; Martin institute director discusses rebuilding of Iraq (p3); candidates vie for WWAMI position (p3); Tough-guy director Cameron takes new Titanic film to 3-D (p8);
Muslim Student Association; Al-Hussayyen; Asian American culture; Pacific Islander culture; Rebuilding of Iraq; WWAMI position; Titanic 3-D
April 15th, 2003 Honor the earth tour makes a stop at SUB ballroom; Holocaust survivor speaks at UI; Rain thwarts paint the palouse volunteers; White house deems Syria 'rogue nation', threatens sancations (p5); UI defense overpowers offense in in spring scrimmage (p12); Swatted: women thrive, men struggle in spring invite (p12);
Honor the earth; Holocaust survivor; Syria; Spring scrimmage; Football; Tennis
February 28th, 2003 Al-Hussayyen pleades not guilty to charges: His lawyer denounces 'sensationalized presentation of events'; Hoover offers to resign over loan issue; Three others taken into custody in Syracuse; UI president begins leave; Snafu costs ASUI chunk of change (p3); Starbucks breeds designer woman (p8); Cougars bury vandals in border battle (p10); Vandal men head down home stretch (p11);
Al-Hussayyen; Hoover; University president; ASUI; Starbucks; Basketball
April 18th, 2003 Hoover announces resignation: Faculty, staff, students react to Hoover's announcement; Brotherhood aspires to end rape, support women; Touched by angels: part-time Moscow resident collects angels at frantic pace; Speakers address international law and Iraq (p3); Over the hump: Sophomore provides lift for golf with tourney win (p9);
Hoover resignation; Support women; Iraq and international law; Golf
April 22nd, 2003 State board, Student fees to rise by 10 percent; Two students arrested in Pi Kappa Alpha ride; Stuednt goes to Africa to study Hippos; Blood drives like UI's helped student conquer his illness; State board tables proposed Sun belt move (p9); Fireworks: Offense puts on show in second spring scrimmage (p9);
Student fees; Pi Kappa Alpha; Studying Hippos in Africa; State board; Football
April 25th, 2003 UI plays musical chairs after loan scandal; UI suspends freshman for sexual misconduct; Earth day events offered chances for involvement; Borah symposium panel discusses middle eastern affairs, propaganda; America was built on diversity (p6); No joke: Runner keeps team in stitches, but is all business on track, in class (p9); Tennis looks for tourney success (p9); UI football wraps up spring with Silver and Gold game (p10);
UI loan scandal; Freshman suspended; Earth day suspended; Middle eastern affairs; Diversity; Track and Field; Tennis; Football
March 4th, 2003 Laweyrs believe agents may have violated students' rights: interrogations alarm Saudi Arabian student; Locals rally for peace at Friendship square; Pitcher takes on role of UI president; SUB ballroom becomes trult international for 'cruise the world' (p3); An open letter to non-Americans (p5); UI could make waves in the big west tourney (p9);
Visa fraud case; Saudi Arabian student; Pitcehr; University president; Cruise the World; SUB Ballroom; Tennis
April 29th, 2003 University e-mail becomes a requirement; INS could deport Al-Hussayyen; Golden Joe awards honor residence halls; Student studying abroad visits Amazon village (p4); Looking golden: Defense gets oppurtunity to impress in final scrimmage (p9); UI may add another sport (p9);
University e-mail; Al-Hussayyen; Residence halls; Amazon village; Football
May 9th, 2003 Student's protest adminstation's financial decisions; Additional cuts will affect UI more than other schools; Strange resigns from ASUI for personel and professional reasons (p3); Track season comes to a close (p9);
Financial decisions; Additinal cuts at UI; ASUI; Track and Field
May 28th, 2003 Board of education approves UI's move to Sun Belt; EdTech brings competition, prizes to UI; Kempthrone ignores his educational roots; Women's squad returns to head of the pack (p3); 'Reloaded' comes out with guns a blazin' (p4);
Board of Education; Kempthrone; Track and Field; Reloaded
June 11st, 2003 Michael named new interim UI president; Attack of the clones: Birth of second mule clone proves repeatability of process; Halls come tumbling down; Vandals atheletes take national act (p5); NCAA, memo is no excuse (p6);
Michael; New interim president; Halls; Vandal atheletes; NCAA
June 27th, 2003 Students learn value of diversity in Journalism; Third time is a charm for devoted paint the palousers; Fuller makes a case for student life; Orientation points students in the right direction; Barbecues serve up tasty entertainment (p2); KUOI plays an integral role in UI, Moscow community (p3); Supreme court re-ignites debate (p3); School of journalism director moves on (p4);
Diversity in Journalism; Student life; Barbecues; KUOI; Supreme court; School of Journalism
July 9th, 2003 University place suspends Construction at one building; Volunteers keep busy building Habitat homes; UI students charged with drug dealing; Coordinator keeps weekly market running; 28 days later rips-off tired plotline with lack-luster results (p4);
Construction suspended; UI students drug dealing; Movie critics
July 23rd, 2003 Housing is priority in summer work: Construction nearing completion on LLC's, Theta house; File sharing under attack: Officials take aggressive role; Events help get new students involved: Palousafest the place to find free fun, food, information; You've got vandalmail, ITS institutes new system; Student follows heart to Africa, researches HIV/AIDS epidemic (p3); Housing options widen in Moscow (p5); LLC offers independece, community (p6); Saddam's sons killed in raid by troops (p8); Depp, 'pirates' shine like 'Black Pearl' (p14); Vandals hope four is lucky number: Cruel summer, players spend their vacation days prepping for football season, Three year drought leaves UI hoping to improve (p20); Volleyball turns to experience for leadership (p20);
Summer work; LLC; Theta house; Palousafest; Vandal mail; ITS; HIV/AIDS epidemic; Saddam's sons killed; Football; Volleyball
August 22nd, 2003 New president brings corporate experience: Other adminstrators replaced as well; UI proposes financial solutions; Lawyers question evidence against Sami Al-Hussayyen; University may fail to meet projected growth rate this year; Ui performs a clone hat trick (p3); Taco Bell tollsnot for Bustamante (p4); Volleyball squad returns youth with experience (p11);
New president; Financial solutions; Sami Al-Hussaayyen; UI student growth rate; Taco Bell; Volleyball
August 26th, 2003 Palousafest welcomes students: Students eat free food, meet new people, learn about activities; New president addresses issues; Looking beyond college rankings: U.S. news and world report gauges quality of schools based on many criteria; Budget cuts force teachers to forage for supplies (p5); Microsoft donationsfund research, build connections on campus (p6); Exiled shiites return home (p7); Nuclear talks begin wednesday in Beijing (p7); Seasoned offense looks new (p15); Volleyball wraps up pre season (p16); Soccer starts season Optimistically (p17);
Palousafest; New president; Budget cuts; Microsoft; Nuclear talks; Football; Volleyball; Soccer
August 29th, 2003 Otter speaks out against Patriot Act: Other political figures support Otter's position; Board of ed. searches for new president: UI presidential search remains confidential; UI students reach for stars with internships; Michael tells faculty further program cuts could be on the way: Faculty members express concern about how to raise funds outside of the university; Evidence agaisnt Iraq was not embillished, Blair tells enquiry (p6); Afghan officials see new signs of Taliban activity (p6); Outdoor program gears up for fall: Students hit salmon river Gorge this weekend (p12); Vandals hit Seattle for battle of Palouse (p12);
Patriot act; Searvh for new president; Iraq; Taliban activity; Outdoor Program; Football
May 2nd, 2003 Entertainment industry wants universities to help stop file sharing: Student surprised by UI response to file sharing; UI finance troubles will cause restructuring; ASUI election results; Panel verdict, PATRIOT act unconstitutional (p3); Candidates interview for Science dean position (p4); As an actor Anthony LaPaglia leaves a trace (p8); Tennis squads gets ousted from big west conference championships (p9);
Entertainment industry; File sharing; UI financial troubles; ASUI election; USA patriot act; Science dean position; Anthony LaPaglia; Tennis
September 3rd, 2003 Student reports assault at UI: Campus Safety, most victims know attackers; St. Andrews increases enrollment; Students have mixed reactions to Vandalmail; Zeppoz opens game room; University pointe fills up; Worms find holes in UI or any system (p3); American embassy denies visa to Chinese princeton student (p4); Countries in need win small battle (p5); Women's cross country looks to defend title (p8); Vandals show hope, fall hard (p8); Volleyball starts year with a bang (p8);
Student assault; Vandal mail; American visa; Countries in need; Football; Volleyball
September 5th, 2003 Resignations leave sour senate seats open: ASUI to appoint new senators to fill spots; Community supports Al-Hussayyen at barbecue; Campus parking problem for many; Students from one of first South Asian fraternities (p3); U.S. resolution seeks more international help in rebuilding Iraq (p5); Government studies rise in gas prices (p5); President's nephew shuns spotlight for now (p5); N.Korea, U.S. demands 'senseless' (p6); Baghdad explosion kills one (p6); UI looks to its Big sky past (p12); Soccer starts season with stalemates (p12);
Senate; ASUI; Al-Hussayyen; Parking issues; South Asian fraternities; Gas prices; North Korea; Baghdad explosion; Football; Soccer
September 9th, 2003 Dining prices increase around campus; Longtime citizens gets support; UI celebrates dads' weekend; Greer remains hospitalized; St.Augustine's Catholic center acquires new preist; Nation's first gay public school opens (p3); Opening doors to the future, in Spanish (p3); Critics get ready to challenge Bush on environment (p4); UI fails to produce in home opener (p8); Vandal soccer opens regular season with win,loss (p8);
Dining prices; Longtime citizens; Dad’s Weekend; first gay public school; Bush adminstration; Football; Soccer
September 12th, 2003 UI faculty expresses growing concern over financial problems: Better idea of financial situation to come next week; Involvement fair displays plethora of choices: Student organizations make biggest showing ever; Business school deals with cuts; Second assault reported; Speaker gives reason for gender differences (p3); Ground zero is epicenter for loss, memory, renewal, dismay (p5); Industry slashes CD prices too late to stop downward spiral (p10); Recording industry association of America files suit agianst file swappers (p10); Difficult tests continue for UI volleyball (p11);
UI faculty; Student Organization; Second assault; CD prices; Recording industry association; Volleyball
September 16th, 2003 Former financial officer gets $65k settlemenet; Navy ROTC scholars get set for the future; Ducks, salsa entertain county fairgoers; Daoist center breaks away from cultural norm; Colin Powell 'impressed' with progress in Iraq (p4); Yes, Virginia, There is a UI defense (p9); Big plays mark UI's undoing against BSU (p9);
Financial officer; Navy ROTC; Daoist center; Iraq; Football
May 6th, 2003 UI reviews financial options; Engineers take center stage at 2003 Expo; Celebrations showcases Mexican culture; Sales tax increase makes perfect sense (p6); 2002-03 year had silver lining (p9);
UI financial options; Expo; Mexican culture; Sales tax increase; UI sports
September 30th, 2003 Andrus criticizes Bush's environmental policies; Indian studies program offers variety of classes, programming; Blackhawk down: Ranger challenge begins with Blackhawk landing and ends in exhaustion; Questions abound concerning palouse's main water source; Greek row celebrates birthdays (p3); UI safety programs address serious needs (p3); Latinos expand membership in Greek system (p3); Grizzlies put on their running shoes in romp (p8); Volleyball looks to end three-game skid, takes on UC irvine on thursday (p10);
Bush's environmental policies; Indian studies program; Greek row; UI safety program; Greek system; Football; Volleyball
October 3rd, 2003 Sale of university land in Clark Fork raises questions; ALI leaders fear organizations may wither despite success; Children learn to preserve environment; AISP reaches out to tribes; Religious leaders debate 'the good life'; UI recycling center tries to trim the fat (p3); Professor's 'blog' attracts controversy (p3); Struggling offense turns to Lindgren (p10); Volleyball breaks losing streak against Anteaters (p10); Association with Limbaugh proves bad business for ESPN (p12);
Sale of University land; ALI leaders; AISP; UI recycling center; Professor's blog; Football; Volleyball; ESPN
October 7th, 2003 UI athletic director resigns, accepts job in San Diego; AISP holds more than academic benefits; Police report similarities in assaults; Candlelight vigil honors those lives lost in war with Iraq; News paper publisher says the press, wall street are at war (p3); Supreme court will decide Miranda's fate (p5); UI cracks goose egg with last-second win (p10); Soccer drops two close league games (p10); UI Softball club reveals much to immprove on (p12);
UI athletic director; AISP; Police reports; War with Iraq; press and wall street at war; Supreme court; Football; Soccer; Softball
October 10th, 2003 Dean fires UI professor without department support; UCC receives proper sendoff from Idaho governor; Ikon puts UI printing and design services under the microscope; Moscow fire cheif: Fire codes are barely being upheld; ASUI gives OK to pick-a-prof (p3); UI searches for permanent VP of finance and adminstration (p3); Schwarzenegger faces daunting task ahead (p5); Three U.S. soldiers killed in seperate Iraqi attacks (p6); Athletic department looks for interim AD (p12); UI football looks to go back to the winning well (p12);
Dean fires professor; Idaho governor; ASUI; search for VP of finance and adminstration; U.S. soldiers killed in Iraq; Athletic Department; Football
October 14th, 2003 Local businessman dies following traffic accident; Former Oregon gov. calls for action; Habitat for homecoming: House decorations reveal how much effort each house's members put in; UNT turns Vandal homecoming into track meet (p8); UI names interim athletic director (p8); Vandal baseball takes two agaisnt Montana (p10);
Local businessman death; Former Oregon governor; Football; New interim director; Baseball
September 19th, 2003 Fair urges students to give time, effort; Bahai celebrate international day of peace; Ultimate trading spaces: Former instructor exchanges palouse for third world; Speaker, law school involves more than meets the eye; Welcome to the rock: REC center offers student climbing classes (p8); Vandal defense looks to stick leash on Huskies (p8);
Fair; International day of peace; Law School; Recreation Center; Wall climbing; Football
October 17th, 2003 UI panel overturns sexual misconduct suspension; ASUI candidates seek fresh campaign issues; Kempthrone stresses breast cancer testing; Skit draws censure from homecoming committee; International ASUI member provide wealth of experience (p3); Vandals hope to shuck mistakes for a win (p10); Midnight madness comes to UI (p10);
Sexual misconduct; ASUI candidate; International ASUI member; Homecoming Committee; Football; Volleyball
October 21st, 2003 Disgruntled students disagree with blood drive restrictions; Students protest prof's termination; Clone home, Ag days features UI's cloned mules; City council forum targets students; Thetas celebrate completion of house; Vandals blow lead against conference foe (p8); Vandals down titalns in third straight victory (p8);
Blood drive restrictions; Students protest; Thetas; Football; Volleyball
October 24th, 2003 City council candidates voice concerns, ideas at UI forum; Ikon program moniors faculty printing habits; Horsemanship program provides rare oppurtunity for disabled; Pastor defends himself against racism allegations; Evans wants to stick it to Holywood with 'Notorious' (p8); Football finishes out season for prides's sake (p11);
City council candidates; Racism allegations; Hollywood; Football
October 28th, 2003 Students join forces to make a difference: Mural painted by volunteers adds color to school; There's nothing like Africa night: Unique show features music, dancing; Students with disabilities form organization; Moore urges palouse to support change; Senators' philanthropy serves success by (p3); Prescription drug abuse on the rise in America; 'Bad guy' is making good as a character actor (p8); Soccer teams ends losing streak: Graduating seniors taste victory in their last game as vandals (p9); NBA, media do LeBron James no special favors (p12);
Africa Night; ASUI senators; drug prescription; Soccer; NBA; LeBron James; Bad Guy
October 31st, 2003 Palouse residents feel affects of gale storm; Moscow homeless shelter attempts to raise funds to stave off closure; Panel discusses possible student fee increases; Rumors of campus ghosts build each year; UI delegates present ideas at world parks congress (p3); U.S. casualties in Iraq since May 1 eclipse number killed in combat (p4); Two birds, one stone: Vandals defeat WSU for first time in eight years, extend winning streak to six (p10); Club Volleyball outlasts WSU in season's first match;
Gale storm; Moscow homeless; Rumors of campus ghosts; U.S. casualities in Iraq; Football; Volleyball
November 4th, 2003 Moscow civic association encourages students to vote in city council election; Fancy dancing: Tutxinmepu powwow brings together Northwest's dancers, drummers in annual celebration; Tower trick-or-treat sees record number of participants; Students at rally show concern for safety of women on campus; House passes aid package (p3); Vandals tip off season with a convincing victory (p8);
City Council; Fancy dancing; House; Tower; Aid package; Basketball
November 7th, 2003 City council fills its dance card; Local businessman, commnets, actions against stores are slanderous; Mountaineer recalls climbing expeditions; State board of education reviews UI alochol policy; Sojourner's Allinace stays open thanks to local aid (p3); Language boom sweeps universities (p5); U.S. policies shun international students (p6); Week off may give Vandals edge over Arkansas state (p10); Vandals knock off ranked conference foe (p10);
City Council; State Board of Education; Alcohol policy; Mountaineers; local aid; International students; Football; Volleyball
September 23rd, 2003 Newly-appointed senators look forward to changes; Golf students trade books for fairways and irons; Ginsburg recalls supreme court memories; Emmy awards lack trends, full of emotion emotion and plenty of nostalgia (p7); Volleyball continues recent skid (p8); Lobos stonewall Vandals (p8); Football slips up late in Husky romp, falls 45-14 (p8);
New ASUI senators; Golf; Emmy Awards; Volleyball; Soccer; Football
November 11st, 2003 Provost rejects faculty requests to overturn firing: Termination of ceramics professor will proceed as scheduled; Ace students reveal their secrets to success; Scientists speak on effects of bioterrorism; Law students share expertise on taxes; Gear Up strives to bring first-generation students to UI; U.S. squad rocked by two casualties (p3); Vandals rein in Mustangs for second straight Big west win (p7); UI football comes up just short (p7); Vandals squeak by exhibition foe (p7);
Provost; Bioterrorism; Law students; Volleyball; Basketball; Football
November 14th, 2003 Ag dean steps down due to medical reasons; UI officials release diversity statement; UI moves one step closer to Lionel Hampton center; Advisory panel evaluates offices' need to recognize; Vandal men appear poised for bigger and better things (p10);
Ad dean steps down; Diversity statement; Lionel Hampton Center; Basketball
September 26th, 2003 American indian studies program provides link between UI and local tribes; Funding format aims to increase efficiency; UI offers sign language course; Spammers cause crackdown; Football faces another big test (p8);
American indian studies; Funding format; SIgn language course; Spammers; Football
December 2nd, 2003 UI researcher works to make biodiesel more efficient, cheaper; Senior strives for change; Student media board consolidates, news paper, year book photographers; Gay fraternity gains colony status Syracuse (p3); Bush does something right in Iraq (p5); Ui cuts cable after fourth losing season (p8); Women's Basketball picks up steam (p9);
Biodiesel; Gay fraternities; Bush adminstration; Football; Basketball
December 5th, 2003 Proposed increase would raise fees by 9.9 percent; University place inquiry rings up hefty price tag; Student teachers take hands-on approach; UI faculty members voicec concern about recent firings; UI presidential candidate list stays private (p3); World AIDS Day discussions receive lackluster turnout (p3); Northwest newspapers, UI will hire USC's Holt as football coach (p12); Women's basketball starts strong with 4-0 record (p12);
Increased fee; Faculty members; Presidential candidate list; AIDS day; Football; New Football coach; Basketball
December 9th, 2003 Engineering dean's contract will not be renewed after school year; UI research team goes to Antarctica, monitors satellite; UI names Holt next football coach; Mentoring program searches participants on both ends; UI network attacks weave tangled web; NATO resists Powell's entreaties for greter role in Iraq (p3); Volleyball falls early in NCAA tournament (p9); Broncos continue their dominance over Vandals (p9);
Engineering dean; New Football coach; NATO; Iraq; Volleyball; Baketball
December 12nd, 2003 University place reveiw faults university officials; Al-Hussayyen supporters gather for human rights day; ASUI challenges adminstration's fee hike; University makes preparations for reaccredidation; Tensions rising between christians, gays (p4); Holt brings in new staff (p11); Rise of the machine: Faurholt's scoring prowess leads 5-0 women's basketball squad (p11);
Al-Hussayyen; ASUI; Tensions between christians and gays; Football; Basketball
November 18th, 2003 United way helps support local agencies; Hunger banquet provides small taste of other countries' situations; Locals covet glassware from eateries and bars; St. Augustine's raises money to send youths to Tijuana (p3); Women's Basketball once again looks to freshman for help (p8); Volleyball looks to continue hotstreak into post postseason (p8);
Local agencies; money rasied to send youth to Tijuana; Basketball; Volleyball
November 21st, 2003 ASUI fills posts with old, new members: Idaho sees record number of international students; Al-Hussayyen's court date gets postponed; Food bank gears up for Thanksgiving; Bush has night to remember (p3); Blasts hit two British targets in Turkey (p3); Chinese intellectual risks safety by questioning student's detainment (p4); Destruction of Iraqi homes within 'rules of war,' Spokesman says (p4); Block party: Junior blocker brings intensity to UI's middle (p10); Vandals play for seniors as season comes to a close (p12);
ASUI; International students; Bush adminstration; Turkey; China; Iraq; Volleyball; Football