CENTERED: After more than a quarter century, the Women's Center continues to serve the UM-St. Louis campus community:: Helping students stay in school are not the only goals of the Women's Center. Responsibilities for new student orientation are also being handled through the Center by its coordinator, Joanne Bocci.
VICE-CHANCELLOR MOVES TO NEW LOCAL RCGA POSITION: The St. Louis Regional Commerce and Growth Association, or RCGA, multiplied its effectiveness a hundred times just by adding one valuable servant, Kathy Osborn.
GET THIS: Writer's block can...uh...um... what's the word?: (Column): Amy Lombardo discusses the perils of 'Writer's Block'
Shakespearian feel evident in 'Dream': This new version of William Shakespeare's magical romantic comedy is a delightful film. Unlike some recent renditions of Shakespeare's works that have retained only the plot and translated the rest into modern settings and language (such as 10 Things I Hate About You, derived from the Taming of the Shrew), this is a more true adaptation, retaining the poetry of the language.
Black Rep offers 'Waiting for Godot': "Are we there yet? We said it as children; we are plagued by it as adults. No matter how short or long the trip, no matter how entertaining or boring the company, no matter how beautiful or inviting the scenery, the destination was all we could think about, and we often missed the best part of the trip—the journey itself," wrote Joneal Joplin, director of the play, Waiting For Godot; Joplin's words are taken from his director's notes in the program for the play.
UNDERCURRENT: "In ten words or less, describe UMSL's parking conditions."