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Vol. 3, No. 22 The University of Arkansas at Monticello's
Online News Source
April 7, 2006

"When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro."
Hunter S. Thompson
Section Index: News || Op/Ed || A&E || Sports
Photo by Bradly Gill
Tales of Bigfoot and Salinger -- Mark Spencer, dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, reads an excerpt at Mocha Madness April 6 in the Patio Cafe. A new version of the excerpt, "The Smell of J.D. Salinger," will be featured in the May edition of the online journal, Bewildering Stories.

Students Win Scholarships
By Bradly Gill

Library Celebrates Literacy
By Bradly Gill

Creative Society Seeks Members
By Lisa Hasman
Staff Writer

Patio Café Quits Serving Breakfast
By Linna Jones
Staff Writer

Season Recalls Tradition
By Mary Heady
Special Collections Librarian

Lake Monticello Closing for Maintenance
By Lisa Hasman
Staff Writer

Prairie Exhibit Shows Plant Varieties
By Bobby Ozment
Outdoors Writer

Hops Helps Chicken Farmers
Courtesy of University of Arkansas

Colin Powell Speaks in Jonesboro
Courtesy of Arkansas State University

Around Campus

Police Log

Section Index: News || Op/Ed || A&E || Sports

Non-Traditional Observes the 'Now' Generation
By Nancy Stephan
Commentary Editor

Vote or Shut Up
By Andrea Copeland
Staff Writer

Save New Orleans from Itself
KRT News Service

Immigration Laws No Good for America
By Jose Miguel Leyva
KRT News Service

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Editorial Cartoon
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Arts & Entertainment

By Danielle Thomas
Arts & Entertainment Editor

20th Mocha Madness Fills Café
By Lisa Hasman
Staff Writer

Afroman Heads to Campus
By Brooke Burger
Staff Writer

Little Rock Band on the Rise
By Sally Lybrand
Staff Writer

'Failure to Launch' Lacks Spark
By Kaci Kizer
Staff Writer

'Geisha' Touches the Heart
By Danielle Thomas
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Greek Speak
By Lori Andrews
Staff Writer

Speaker: Buy In or Get Out
By Danielle Thomas
Arts & Entertainment Editor

Greeks Enjoy Festivities
By Lori Andrews
Staff Writer

Travelin' Arkansas
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4th and Long
By Buford Lamb and John Kloap
Sports Columnists

Bears Sweep Weevils
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Blossoms Sweep Lady Bears
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

GSC Player of the Week
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Teams Position for Tournament
By Will Collins
Sports Editor

Football Begins Spring Practice
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Linksters Take 7th at Greystone
By Paul Smith
Sports Information Director

Museum Honors NASCAR Great
By Zoie Clift
Arkansas Department of Parks and Tourism

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