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University dorms house Schwan’s USA Cup players

July 16, 1999

Emilliano Moralez wore a blue and white shirt on his head and beat on a snare drum with two drum sticks. With his teammates dancing in front and behind, the 17-year-old Argentinian left fullback marched...

Bierman hosts Special Olympics games

June 18, 1999

The shine of hundreds of gold, silver and bronze medals was matched only by the bright smiles of the people wearing them Thursday afternoon. For many of Minnesota's mentally disabled, this was their day...

Concert wraps up Spring Jam festivities

May 24, 1999

With wet orange hair, Mighty Mighty Bosstones lead singer Dicky Barret watched rain pour down Saturday night on hundreds of dancing youth. He lifted his eyes and smiled. "I hope the rain keeps up," he...

Women’s athletics ropes support at fund-raiser

May 6, 1999

Bolo ties, cracking whips and cowboy hats replaced the rumbling roller coasters and screaming kids at the Mall of America's Camp Snoopy on Wednesday night. And along with the outpouring of Western garb,...

Climbers

November 9, 1998

Shouts of "on belay" and the jingling of climbing gear were replaced with the scratching of pens at the Vertical Endeavors climbing gym in St. Paul on Saturday night. About 40 climbers embarked on a letter-writing...

Student Web site publishing on the rise

June 5, 1998

While the lack of lines in Fraser Hall during registration is the most visible result of widespread Internet use, University students are also creating a variety of their own World Wide Web sites. For...

Speaker stresses role of math in animation

May 22, 1998

Tony DeRose considers himself a nerd. While others might disagree, it's clear his life of academia is now overshadowed by his recent nomination for an Academy Award. In his presentation Thursday titled...

Freshmen say

April 7, 1998

The hassle of long lines in Fraser Hall to sign up for classes is a thing of the past, thanks to the University's World Wide Web registration system. And that sets the University apart from other comparably...