WORLD FEST '99:: The UM-St. Louis Office of Multicultural Relations/Academic Affairs offers many programs and services, such as individual student consultations, academic workshops, network programs, test-taking seminars, and support service seminars.|
SPRING MARKS TIME TO KEEP RESOLUTIONS, GET IN SHAPE: As the barometer rises, so do hem lines, and most of us notice that winter's festivities (or lack thereof) added a few pounds. With spring comes a sense of renewal, a time to remember your New Year's resolutions and start taking better care of the body. In the back of our minds we know we are going to have to get into a swimsuit at some time, and so the pressure sets in. It's time to hit the gym!
GET THIS:Littleton killings have no answers : (Column): Amy Lombardo discusses kids, violence, and the Littleton massacre
and Found' isn't worth doggie stuff: This is as bad a comedy as I've seen in awhile. "Excretable" is a word that springs to mind, in light of the number of jokes that are centered on doggie droppings.
Touching, humorous 'Children' offers view of Iran: The St. Louis area
doesn't get a lot of foreign films, but when we do get them, they tend to be the best. Children of Heaven is an Iranian film nominated for Best Foreign Film at the Oscars and the winner of Best Picture at the Montreal Film Festival (considered to be one of the best film festivals).
'World' highlights many fashions: "Around the World in Six Days" was presented by the International Student Organization during International Week Ô99, Apr. 19-24.
GOSLING ATTACKS CAMPUS: A cute little duckie wreaked havoc on UMSL last week.
UNDERCURRENT: "Where do you like to hang out?"