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Bowl Mania And Naming Rights, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1993

Bowl Mania And Naming Rights, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Amidst the incessant whining and babbling about who is number one, comes the endless parade of bowl games, in which millions of dollars are spent on advertising, game production, and team payouts. This is matched in the realm of conspicuous waste by the binge of spending indulged in by participating institutions of higher learning to entertain boosters, legislators, and assorted hangers-on who haunt the halls of athletic departments. FSU dropped three-quarters of a million dollars on one recent trip.


More Sports Books For Christmas, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1993

More Sports Books For Christmas, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

As I mentioned last week, sports books are often considered to be the perfect last minute Christmas gift, and as promised, today I will offer several suggestions of sports books as gifts to add to last week's baseball book list. For those hearing the evening broadcast these are literally last second suggestions.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 018, Number 21, December 20, 1993, Grand Valley State University Dec 1993

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 018, Number 21, December 20, 1993, Grand Valley State University

1993-1994, Volume 18

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Birdsong, Randall Snyder Dec 1993

Birdsong, Randall Snyder

Randall Snyder Compositions

For Soprano and Piano Poems: Marjorie Saiser Cardinal Hawk Loon Snow Geese


Sports Books For Christmas, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1993

Sports Books For Christmas, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

Every Christmas the sports book becomes one of those items that people resort to as a last minute gift. But the sports book can be a thoughtful and excellent gift for sports fans and for those who simply like good books and good writing. This week I am recommending nine books which come from a list of nominees for an award as baseball book of the year. Next week I'll recommend several non-baseball books.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 018, Number 20, December 13, 1993, Grand Valley State University Dec 1993

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 018, Number 20, December 13, 1993, Grand Valley State University

1993-1994, Volume 18

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Interview No. 830, Barbara Leigh Rees Dec 1993

Interview No. 830, Barbara Leigh Rees

Combined Interviews

Part of Health Care on the Border Project; childhood memories of accompanying father on hospital rounds and his office in Roberts-Banner Bldg; describes father's practice, his "no appointment" system and payment by Mexican patients in silver during WW II; parents' membership in El Paso County Medical Society; Medical Society acquisition of S.T. Turner home; father's work at the Baby Sanitarium in Cloudcroft, NM, and St. Anne'S Clinic; discusses growing up in Manhattan Heights.


Ua1b3/6 Meeting Minutes, Wku Parking & Traffic Committee Dec 1993

Ua1b3/6 Meeting Minutes, Wku Parking & Traffic Committee

WKU Archives Records

WKU Parking & Traffic Committee meeting minutes with attachments.


Lanthorn, Vol. 28, No. 14, December 8, 1993, Grand Valley State University Dec 1993

Lanthorn, Vol. 28, No. 14, December 8, 1993, Grand Valley State University

Volume 28, September 1, 1993 - April 20, 1994

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


Voice Area Recital, School Of Music Dec 1993

Voice Area Recital, School Of Music

School of Music Programs

Cook Hall 212 Tuesday Afternoon December 7, 1993 2:00p.m.


Grand Valley Forum, Volume 018, Number 19, December 6, 1993, Grand Valley State University Dec 1993

Grand Valley Forum, Volume 018, Number 19, December 6, 1993, Grand Valley State University

1993-1994, Volume 18

Grand Valley Forum is Grand Valley State's faculty and staff newsletter, published from 1976 to the present.


Music For The Holidays, Glenn Block Conductor, Michael Schwartzkopf Conductor, James Jirak Conductor, Brian Bond Conductor Dec 1993

Music For The Holidays, Glenn Block Conductor, Michael Schwartzkopf Conductor, James Jirak Conductor, Brian Bond Conductor

School of Music Programs

Braden Auditorium Sunday Afternoon December 5, 1993 3:00p.m.


Graduate Recital: Lynn Bower, Harp, Lynn Bower Harp Dec 1993

Graduate Recital: Lynn Bower, Harp, Lynn Bower Harp

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Saturday Evening December 4, 1993 7:00p.m.


Student Recital: Timothy B. Gray, Euphonium, Timothy B. Gray Euphonium Dec 1993

Student Recital: Timothy B. Gray, Euphonium, Timothy B. Gray Euphonium

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Saturday Afternoon December 4, 1993 3:00p.m.


Graduate Recital: Fonda D. Ginsburg, Percussion, Fonda D. Ginsburg Percussion Dec 1993

Graduate Recital: Fonda D. Ginsburg, Percussion, Fonda D. Ginsburg Percussion

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Saturday Afternoon December 4, 1993 12:30p.m.


Senior Recital: Melissa A. Gustafson, Oboe & English Horn, Melissa A. Gustafson Oboe/English Horn Dec 1993

Senior Recital: Melissa A. Gustafson, Oboe & English Horn, Melissa A. Gustafson Oboe/English Horn

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Friday Evening December 3, 1993 6:30p.m.


Senior Recital: Christine Hoover, Clarinet Lynnette Sawyer, Bassoon, Christine Hoover Clarinet, Lynnette Sawyer Bassoon Dec 1993

Senior Recital: Christine Hoover, Clarinet Lynnette Sawyer, Bassoon, Christine Hoover Clarinet, Lynnette Sawyer Bassoon

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Friday Evening December 3, 1993 6:30p.m.


Senior Recital: Mandy C. Fey, Clarinet, Mandy C. Fey Clarinet Dec 1993

Senior Recital: Mandy C. Fey, Clarinet, Mandy C. Fey Clarinet

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Friday Evening December 3, 1993 5:00p.m.


University Wind Ensemble, University Jazz Ensemble, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond Dec 1993

University Wind Ensemble, University Jazz Ensemble, Department Of Music, University Of Richmond

Music Department Concert Programs

No abstract provided.


An Afternoon With Maya Angelou, Maya Angelou Dec 1993

An Afternoon With Maya Angelou, Maya Angelou

James R. Thompson Leadership Lectures

Maya Angelou, a nationally renowned poet, educator, historian and author, is one of the great voices of contemporary literature. In addition, she is an accomplished actress, playwright, producer, and director. Dr. Angelou received an emmy nomination for best supporting actress in the television series Roots and received the coveted Golden Eagle Award for the PBS documentary "Afro-American in the Arts." However, she is perhaps best known for the public for her autobiographies and books of poetry.

Maya Angelou has authored more than 10 best selling books and numerous articles in publications such as Life, Cosmopolitan, Harper's Bazaar and The ...


Graduate Recital: Michael W. Coers, Percussion, Michael W. Coers Percussion Dec 1993

Graduate Recital: Michael W. Coers, Percussion, Michael W. Coers Percussion

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Thursday Evening December 2, 1993 6:00p.m.


Graduate Recital: Philip Hemmo, Guitar, Philip Hemmo Guitar Dec 1993

Graduate Recital: Philip Hemmo, Guitar, Philip Hemmo Guitar

School of Music Programs

Kemp Recital Hall Thursday Evening December 2, 1993 8:00p.m.


Nfl Expands To Jacksonville - Bob Woolf Obit, Richard C. Crepeau Dec 1993

Nfl Expands To Jacksonville - Bob Woolf Obit, Richard C. Crepeau

On Sport and Society

The Jacksonville Jaguars are the newest entry into the major sports explosion in Florida, as Jacksonville was awarded an NFL franchise a little over a week ago. Jacksonville joins Charlotte as the latest cities to be anointed by the power brokers in the National Football League. For the privileged Jacksonville has already spent several million dollars to secure the franchise, and now ownership will pay out $140M in franchise rights, while the people of Jacksonville will donate $121M for renovation of the aging Gator Bowl. In addition the new franchise owners will receive only one-half their share of the television ...


A Christian Perspective On Philosophy, Donald H. Wacome Dec 1993

A Christian Perspective On Philosophy, Donald H. Wacome

Faculty Tenure Papers

No abstract provided.


Deception In Aristotle's Rhetoric: How To Tell The Rhetorician From The Sophist, And Which One To Bet On, Eugene Garver Dec 1993

Deception In Aristotle's Rhetoric: How To Tell The Rhetorician From The Sophist, And Which One To Bet On, Eugene Garver

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

Aristotle has a simple answer to questions about the morality of rhetoric: he distinguishes the rhetorician and the sophist. What sets the sophist apart from the rhetorician is "not the faculty (dynamis) but the moral purpose (prohairesis)" (I1.1355M7; see de Soph Elen 1.165a30). Keep straight the difference between sophist and rhetorician and all moral problems will evaporate. He certainly doesn't think telling them apart needs great philosophical development or exquisite ethical judgment. Distinguishing them requires neither phronesis nor familiarity with the Rhetoric. He gives his distinction all the explanation he thinks it needs by saying:

In rhetoric ...


American Irish Newsletter - December 1993, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec Dec 1993

American Irish Newsletter - December 1993, American Ireland Education Foundation - Pec

American Irish Newsletter

No abstract provided.


Highlights Of Illawarra, William Henry Mitchell Dec 1993

Highlights Of Illawarra, William Henry Mitchell

Illawarra Historical Society Bulletin

No abstract provided.


Nous As The Ground Of Aristotle's Metaphysics?, John J. Cleary Dec 1993

Nous As The Ground Of Aristotle's Metaphysics?, John J. Cleary

The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy Newsletter

This paper explores the implications of Aristotle's puzzling suggestions that the possibility of first philosophy somehow depends on whether part of the soul is separable from material body. My Conjecture1 is that for Aristotle the science of metaphysics depends on a special activity of nous that grasps die self-identical essences which are objects of first philosophy, as distinct from physics and mathematics. From Aristotle's perspective, of course, it is the existence of such essences that makes metaphysics possible, but it is arguable that without a corresponding mode of cognition this would not be a human science. It is ...


Lanthorn, Vol. 28, No. 13, December 1, 1993, Grand Valley State University Dec 1993

Lanthorn, Vol. 28, No. 13, December 1, 1993, Grand Valley State University

Volume 28, September 1, 1993 - April 20, 1994

Lanthorn is Grand Valley State's student newspaper, published from 1968 to the present.


The Discovery And Growth Of Greater Wollongong : Continued From Last Bulletin, William Henry Mitchell Dec 1993

The Discovery And Growth Of Greater Wollongong : Continued From Last Bulletin, William Henry Mitchell

Illawarra Historical Society Bulletin

No abstract provided.