For several years, consumers have been lamenting the high cost of recorded music. Their anger has been answered with a bold and decisive move from Universal Music Group, which recently announced that it would lower the cost of its new releases and catalog titles to a retail price of $12.98 a disc.
Four candidates vying for the University’s chief of Human Resources position came to the campus to interview before faculty and students this week. The four finalists were chosen among 65 applicants.
Campus and community arts events for the week of Sept. 26, 2003.
Whether they are artificial or fresh from the garden, flowers are becoming essential to some of today’s hottest hair styles.
“The Fighting Temptations” has a typical sports movie plot. It sets an unprivileged team into a chanceless contest that they have to win.
Coming off the bye week, the Leopards knew the challenge at hand. They were faced with a David vs. Goliath situation. Except this time, David did not win.
With his eyes set on the coveted goal of accreditation with the American Bar Association, Donald Dunn began his job as dean of The College of Law June 1.
David Spade, star of such cinematic gems as “Joe Dirt” has managed to miss his mark yet again, with his latest film “Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star.”
The following students earned a 3.75 or higher grade point average in the College of Arts and Sciences during the spring 2003 semester.
It seems as though all music fans have downloaded at least one song in their lifetime. And who can blame them? With CD prices ranging anywhere from $15 to $20, students would have to be wealthy to be able to afford all the albums they need for their music collection.