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Vol. 2, No. 14 The University of Arkansas at Monticello's Online News Source March 4, 2005

"They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety"
Ben Franklin
Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Athletics
Topping the News
Photo courtesy of Media Services
Recognized Pi Kappa Delta inducted David Ray, UAM's vice chancellor of Academic Affairs, into its Hall of Fame, the highest honor recognized by the oldest, largest and most prestigious forensics honorary in the country.

Ray named to Hall of Fame
Courtesy of Media Services

Fraternity boasts state-leading GPA
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Around Campus

Assembly productive despite turnout
By Michael Ford and Katy Murray
Managing Editor and Commentary Editor

Global warming evident in Arkansas
By Michael Ford
Managing Editor

Eating disorders awareness hits home
By Sarah Kirkpatrick
Staff Writer

McGehee hosts College of Technology Day
By Sharon Cantrell
Contributing Writer

Festival provides rewarding experience
By Nancy Stephan
Staff Writer

Poll: Young adults back Bush on Social Security
By Steven Thomma
KRT News Service

Campus Police Log

Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Athletics
Speaking Out
Senioritis spreads on campus
By Karon Parrish

Social Security needs reforming
By Michael Ford
Managing Editor

Reader's Forum
Thanks for your responses

Editorial Cartoon
KRT News Service

Comment in real time on your plans for Spring Break in this week's blog. If you don't know how to blog, read this.

Free Box
Take or leave something

Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Athletics
Spare Time

By Bradly Gill
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Greek week announced
By Cara Crossett
Assistant Copy Editor

Former Voice staffer surprises himself
By Karon Parrish

TV show cultivates the princess fantasy
By Eric Edwards
KRT News Service

Ruminations on college life
By Aaron Karo
KRT News Service

KRT News Service

More weather by AccuWeather®

Section Index: Topping the News || Speaking Out  || Spare Time || Athletics
Ricono returning to Russellville
Courtesy of Media Services

Weevils baseball wins three of four over weekend
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Blossoms softball slams Nova Southeast
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Blossoms tennis falls in season opener
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Weevils fall in overtime in GSC tourney
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Blossoms make mark in GSC tourney
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

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