February 14, 2000
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Not all photographs are created equal. Different processes accentuate darker tones and highlight other characteristics of an individual picture.
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'Heart Smart' offers reduced-cost cholesterol tests
Valentine's Day may be known for candy, roses, cards, and lover's rendezvous. University Health Services is adding a new dimension to this holiday with "Be Heart Smart," an event with reduced fees for cholesterol testing so that lovers can take care of a certain physical body organ so that they will remain healthy for future Valentine's Days.

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Dred Scott documents displayed downtown
In 1846, a black man by the name of Dred Scott sued for his right to remain free after living a great deal of his life with his owner on free soil. With the help of an abolitionist, Scott took his case all the way to the Supreme Court, where he lost his battle. Scott lost the decision as 7 out of 9 justices on the Supreme Court declared no slave or descendant of a slave could be a U.S. citizen, or ever had been a U.S. citizen. On Saturday Feb. 14, a special ceremony was held for "The Dred and Harriet Scott Papers" exhibit, before the documents are moved to the Central Library's main foyer for the rest of February.

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Corny country tunes can help chase the blues away
Songs have a way to brighten up any mood you happen to be in as Anne Porter points out in her remarks on "The Chain of Love," by Clay Walker.

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