Campus Times
February 14, 1997

photo by: Rhidian Maehl

Junior Linza Williams (front) and Harvel Lewis, coordinator of minority affairs, attended a talk featuring Emmanuel O. Unaegbu Tuesday night. Unaegbu was born in Nigeria, but attended the University of Buckingham, England, where he received his law degree. He is currently a researcher on socio-political affairs of Africa. The next event celebrating Black History Month is a showing of the film "Freedom on My Mind" in the Minority Resource Center Tuesday at 7pm.

Top Stories

Computer Lab will charge for copies

Printed pages will cost an average of 3 cents in Founders Hall Computer Lab.

Search over for new VP

Although confidential, a new vice president of administration was chosen by a search committee on Feb. 7.

Dean's List, Fall 1996

These students garnered a GPA of 3.75 or higher last semester



One button promises campus security

Installation of new public telephones allow for easier security access

Local numbers metered by CampusLink

Off-campus numbers are no longer accessible to ULV students without a pin-code.

Council hopes to unite ULV sororities

The National Panhellenic Conference, composed of 26 sororities, is coming to ULV.

Student shares CampusLink problems

Sophomore Scott Newbould refuses to pay for unsatisfactory service.

List honors students

Specific regulations must be met to be placed on Dean's List.

Student challenges ASF for new goal

Sophomore Valancy Rasmussen claims that ASF needs to deal with more political issues and less entertainment-based activities.

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Valentine's events, KULV party, speaker

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