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  • September 9, 2003

    St. Edward's University is pleased to present Vessels: Transformed by Fire, an exhibition featuring work from Central Texas clay artists Finn Alban and Marian Haigh. The exhibition will be on display Sept. 12 through Oct. 5 in the gallery of the Fine Arts Center on campus. Maintaining her studio...

  • September 4, 2003

    Baseball may be as American as apple pie, but the sport is quickly becoming as Japanese as sushi. From Masanori Murakami, the first Japanese player to join the American Major Leagues in 1964, to the 2003 Little League World Series champions — the third Japanese team to win the title in the...

  • September 1, 2003

    An important part of the St. Edward's University mission is providing an academically rigorous education to a culturally, economically and religiously diverse student body. First offered in 1972, CAMP at St. Edward's is the longest continuously running migrant education program in the nation and...

  • August 27, 2003

    Classic French farce jam-packed with mistaken identities, attempted indiscretions, high fashion and an uproarious cast of characters combine to create what is considered by many to be the funniest play ever written. A FLEA IN HER EAR is a wild romp about a woman trying to trap her perfectly...

  • August 26, 2003

    The Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE) recently presented its 2003 CASE/Wealth ID Award for superior educational fund-raising performance to St. Edward's University. The award, which recognizes institutions that show solid growth, broad support, and other indications of mature...

  • August 13, 2003

    Joseph M. O'Neal, professor of anthropology at St. Edward's University and recipient of the 2003 Distinguished Teaching Career Award, will deliver the keynote address at the College of Professional and Graduate Studies ceremony at 10 a.m. Barbara Filippidis, professor of English at St. Edward's...

  • June 17, 2003

    Applicants are selected based on the following criteria: impact, innovation, collaboration, diversity and viability. Once conveyed, the New Media Center designation remains with an institution as long as it chooses to use it and receives the rights and privileges of this designation, including...

  • June 3, 2003

    Stelly collaborated with Assistant Professor Helen Just on "The Effects of Suggested Exercise on Stress," and Gonzalez conducted research with Just on "Attire and Locale: Do They Make a Difference in Date Rape?" Moses collaborated with Assistant Professor Alan Swinkels on research entitled "It's a...

  • May 28, 2003

    The university's prestigious Presidential Awards are given to six to 12 qualified outstanding seniors and graduate students who exemplify qualities of leadership and academic performance, including the students' contributions and service to the university and other communities. Faculty, staff...

  • May 27, 2003

    The commission recognized Lunning's outstanding contributions as a narrator and announced that three of Lunning's narrations: Justis Colt by Don Bendell, Trespasses: Portraits of a Serial Rapist by Howard Swindle and Footnotes: A Memoir by Tommy Tune, have been selected by the National Library...