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The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, March 18, 2002, Image 12

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University Libraries Poor Yorick’s Trivia Contest Question of the week: This hydrated phosphate of copper and aluminum is one of the most porous gemstones and can lose its color by reacting with skin oils. Name this blue to blue-green stone much used in the U.S. Southwest. Instructions: Entry forms are available at the Circulation Desks in Evans,Annex,WCL, and PSEL One winner will be drawn from all correct entries submitted by 5 p.m. on Wednesday. Winner will receive a PoorYorick’s coffee mug. Welcome to Women's Spirit Month '02 Come and Celebrate Our Diversity! Monday, March 18 Brown Bag Lunch: "American Women's Perspective: Living in Kuwait" Lynn Hagan 402 Rudder Tower at Noon Monday, March 18 "Marhaba: Greetings from a Western Woman in an Arab World" Lynn Hagan 302 Rudder Tower at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 20 Exhibit Opening "Intended for All: 125 Years of Women at Texas A&M" Cushing Library, Program at 3:30 p.m. Exhibit runs through December 2002 Thursday, March 21 "Coffee Talk" Sponsored by Gender Issues Education Services 308 Academic Building at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 23 Women's Spirit Day at the Game! Lady Aggie softball vs. Oklahoma Aggie Softball Complex at 2 p.m. Free tickets available by calling 845-1741 Tuesday, March 26 & Wednesday, March 27 "The Way Home: Race, Gender and Class in America" A two-part video and interactive presentation co sponsored by the Department of Multicultural Services 130 Academic Building, 12-3 p.m. Friday, March 29 "Women's Celebration of Art" Memorial Student Center Flag Room 11 a.m.-3 p.m. visit www. tamu. edu/womenspiritmonthl 12 Monday, March 18, 2002 Green surprise KKI CAM President George W. Bush receives a bowl of Ahern in honor of St. Patrick's Day at an event shamrocks from Ireland Prime Minister Bertie at the White House Sunday. Looking for Formal Wear, Gowns, Shoes, Handbags? u6e for Ladies and Children for Men 3800 S. Texas Ave. Bryan, TX 77802 (979) 846-3679 3808-B S. Texas Ave. Bryan, TX 77802 (979) 846-4868 Store hours: 10am - 6:00 pm Monday - Friday 10 am - 5:00 pm Saturday Major credit cards accepted Layaway available ■ NEWS IN BRIEF Camry most-stolen for fifth-straight year DETROIT (AP) — Toyota Camry was the most stolen vehicle model for the fifth-straight year on an annual list that monitors trends in auto theft. Overall, vehicle thefts fell 2.7 per cent last year, according to Chicago- based CCC Information Services Inc., an insurance industry tracker of trends in theft and vehicle damage. Not surprisingly, the most stolen cars were the perennial sales lead ers. Nineteen of the 25 most- stolen cars on the list were Toyota Camrys and Honda Accords or Civics of different years. TH E BATH TU President ( on tinned from the Colle m tounh- -ge Station v . longest term lustory of A&M presidesJ Bowen announced his 110,1 m June 2001. Bowen ij in several lawsuits tiledbv. anil family members of killed in the 1999 Aggie&, collapse, who claim head administrators knew the tradition was dangerous arc have prevented the trugeds I here is speculation retiring U.S. Sen. PhilG — R lexas. will take Bol place, but committee mc| and regents have not cot® o! denied rumors aboutt® trrcsted Mon ^ELrie N\. iown on chil d of Regents, saidtl not tried to infitK h committee’s tasl its ninth month, he Board of Regent 'i bound by the con nmendations. will tcement for Bowi me president in I9f he new president wilij "t challenges, inciil niggles with ft and enrollment s ill face issuer ■A Texas A Bt ncarcerated. ■Senior psv" Johnston was a ran- port or di nternet. Johns Huston area ti* ;over FBI stine: A&M’ short L demies, fund raising and live dealings as Teva; strives to become a top- lie university. Bonfire is a lingerie;: as A&M moves through : lion over the deadly 1995 lapse and some Agtibr bring the tradition bu campus in 2003. Issues with ethnic drc continue to prompt some 1 to question whether l niversity welcomes mirc Nye said he beliec search committee ha> c: least some considcrar? about 125 serious Candida' Gramm, a former MS nomics professor, told: that returning to A&M a- dent would be a dream r faculty members say hi* the fallen Enron Corp doubt on whether he voi the correct choice. app By Christi THE BA ■More stud before, includii ber of minority to attend Texas ■As of Marc 19i689 high sc students had a; sion as fresh in a in all categoric: and Hispanic p B'Uie numbe increased by compared to a during the sam past years, sai director of adit , Black app 954, with < increase from Fact autl By Am THE B/> •It's A Great Time To PLAY!—Before those midterms, after those midterms or need a study break? The Texas A&M Golf Course has 1 8 holes of golf waiting for you to help you get away from it all, improve your skills or take on a new challenge. Student and twilight rates are available along with a full line of golfing apparel in the Pro Shop. • Golf Lessons With The Course Pro—Make an appointment today, plus groups discounts are available. Please call 845—1 723 for more information. Open to the public! We are located on the south side of the Teas A&M campus. Call the Pro Shop at 845-1723 for tee times or visit us online for more course and rate information at GREAT Jobs With Rec Sports •Graphic Layout Assistant—Creative? Not afraid to stand out? We have a great practical experience for those looking to build a diverse portfolio. Experience with Photoshop, Pagemaker, and Quark sought. Samples of previous work necessary. Apply, room 206. For more information, please call 845—1001. •Multimedia Marketing Assistant—Multimedia skills needed, audio/visual software knowledge preferred. Apply, room 206. For more information, please call 845—1001. • Group Exercise Instructors Needed—For summer and fall, for more information please call DeAun at Woosley at 862-3995. • Personal Trainers Needed—Applications are available in room 202, current Personal Trainer/CPR Certification is required. For more information, please call Jerod Wilson at 845-3058. 'HALF PRICE Aerobics Passes—Only $25! Make the rest of your spring fitness goals come true! We have something for everyone in aerobics! On sale now at Member Services. Cash, check, credit card and Aggiebucks accepted. • SWEDISH Massage Therapy—One full hour of Swedish mas sage therapy is only $35 for Rec Members and $45 for affili ates without a Rec Membership. Appointments are available every day of the week, register at Member Services. • FREE Weight Room Orientation—Guided assistance to help you better understand and utilize your weight room facilities. Held every Saturday morning. Sign up at Member Services. ■Rec Sports Gift Certificates—Someone hard to shop for? Rec Sports Gift Certificates are a great idea for a unique gift for birthdays, gift exchanges or just to surprise someone special in your life. Available now at Member Services. •FITNESS INSTRUCTOR TRAINING (FIT) Program—Hurry registration closes today! Cost is $50 for Rec Members, $60 for Rec Affiliates and $70 for the general public. Register at Member Services. Contact DeAun Woosely for more infor mation at 862-3995. •Personal Training—A personal trainer can be all you need to assess your fitness goals, develop a workout plan, instruct you in a safe techniques that produce results. Personalized assis tance doesn't get easier! Register at Member Services, cost starts at a competitive 2 session rate of $30. Up( ; 0 " li "8 Eve nts Registration Event Date .a ( ite Rock Show Night of Event IHyakRo/l Clinic Now-April 1 / A' 77 7 Wknd - Tri P Now-April 2 aya/. Open Practice Now-April 8 ■ a i Resource Library & Information Available—Where can H nn , r i 1 )lnR? How do 1 plan a week long trip? These kino es ions can h>e answered by visiting TAMU 0 U anr| l ? 8 ii 0fflCe hours ' taking a look through our resource and talking with our experienced staff that will be hapf ‘ jY C>I f l u f s t' ons about the Brazos Valley and many outdoor adventure sites. on / Responsit (CAFRT), las the last faculty me CAFR1 |panel, rev faculty rr Shearing w the dismis - ., Faculty : Tq process th April dj Program Horseshoes Golf Co Rec Softball Trnmt. Registration March 18—April 2 March 18—April 2 Greens March 25-April 2 I Tex; ‘Talley recs/rorts. tamu. et/u Cost starts irien^l grants I The survey Valley the Te> Collegi local h " The mailed ^ ra ‘ n * n 8—First session begins April 1st! •Adult . ^ m ? re i. nf ?- P |ease call 862-3224. . nC , maile instn i rn ^ w ' m —Learn to swim with an expenoo j now'll m u s afe and comfortable environment. 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