August 23, 1999
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College of Nursing recovers from loss of faculty members

Five faculty members resigned from the Barnes College of Nursing effective Aug. 31.
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Investigation creates constitutional issue between newspaper, police departments
The on-campus arrest of Darwin Butler, the Student Government Association president, on July 29 for a minor offense may be developing into a First Amendment issue.

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Summer brings surprises for new SGA officers
Over the summer, the Student Government Association developed goals for this year, and also ran into some surprise problems along the way.

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Education school receives successful accreditation
The UM-St. Louis School of Education has been accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. This year, however, they passed with a higher rate of success than ever before.

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Fine Arts department prepares to show off new building addition
Wednesday Aug. 25, from 4 to 7 p.m. an open house will be held at the new Fine Arts Building addition, which will also feature a faculty art show.

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Texas A&M rejects homosexual protection policy change
Tempers are still flaring for many Texas A&M students, faculty and staff left frustrated by the administration's recent refusal to include sexual orientation in the school's anti-discrimination policy.

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Free computers in Ohio U. dorm rooms give freshmen new advantages
Freshmen might find it easier to make themselves at home this year when they find a state-of-the-art Gateway computer alongside their beds.

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Supreme Court rules in police, school cases
The U.S. Supreme Court dealt with a wide range of topics this summer, including criminal law and sexual harassment in schools.

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