Back Issue: May 12, 1999
Up, down, and sideways: Students participating in the 2nd Annual Health and Fitness Fun Fest/Erase the Hate Games on April 21 got a chance to explore the highs and lows of fitness with rock climbing, bull rides, obstacle courses, aerobics, gymnastics, and trampoline activities. The event was sponsored by Student Affairs and the Physical Education and Recreation Department.
Photography major Heidi Ramborger poses near some of her photographs.
Kenny Lerner (left) and Peter Cook of The Flying Words Project.
A book-signing sponsored by the School of Education and Human Services and Kappa Delta Pi was held on April 2 for Dr. David Armstrong, who, when not crunching numbers as University Budget Director, can be found unearthing the roots of language, as he does in Original Signs: Gesture, Sign and the Sources of Language. Armstrong, an associate professor in the School of Management, is also the co-author with William C. Stokoe and Sherman E. Wilcox of Gesture and the Nature of Language.
President Jordan presents new process for setting University budget
Gallaudet receives $1 million gift for Academic Center project
Writing students find inspiration in personal stories, collaborative art projects
'Fantastic First-Year Students' are bound for success