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Headlines in this issue

Student leads initiative for water purification

A senior biology major said he’s long known he was called to missions work.

BSM Fall Revival kicks off this week

The Fall Revival will be held every night through Wednesday, September 26, at 7 p.m. in Harral Auditorium.

Students acknowledge importance of Constitution’s First Amendment
Most Wayland students believe that the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution is important, but few can actually say what rights this amendment guarantees.

Machine malfunction halts outgoing office packages

Mail is backed up for two days.

Student teaching brings challenges
The new student teaching rotation begins.

Should Plainview sell alcohol?
Columnist Blanca Medina says Plainview has been fine without alcohol.

Voting gives right to complain

Columnist Daniel Fitzgerald says he's tired of hearing people complain about the government.

Soccer suffers a setback

Pioneers lose to Oklahoma Christian, 3-0.

Pioneers finish 4th at Jackrabbit Open

Men and women bring in strong performances.

Picasso and Einstein converge at theatre

Dinner theatre opens Thursday, Sept. 27

Degree of Difference Day set for Saturday

On September 29th, 2007 Wayland Baptist University will undertake its second annual Degree of Difference Day.

Retreat helps prepare students for ministry

The Ministerial retreat was held at Ceta Canyon Campground.

SIFE honors women
Thursday, August 30, the Wayland SIFE team, for the second consecutive year, held the Women in Business Dinner and Awards Presentation in the McClung University Center.

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