JANUARY 28, 2000, VOLUME 29 NUMBER 11 

  • CALENDAR

  • NEWS AND NOTES

  • WHO'S WHO

  • COMPUTING CORNER

  • PROFACTS

  • NEWSMAKERS
  • TOP STORIES
    Old Dominion will be
    among first in country to
    offer e-commerce degrees


    Poet Nikki Giovanni among speakers for Black History Month

    Presidential Search Committee to host public hearing

    OTHER NEWS

    Parade around campus will
    be highlight of Feb. 10-12
    homecoming weekend


    Gordon Buhrer, assistant professor
    emeritus of MIS/DS, dies Jan. 15


    Self-study to begin soon in preparation
    for SACS/COC reaccreditation review


    Student project to help
    Busch Gardens officials
    solve traffic headaches


    Classes expected to open next fall
    at new Loudoun County center


    Book looks at four of 20th century's greatest educators

    Engineering students' invention helps disabled children

    Concert, exhibit to honor composer Adolphus Hailstork

    College of Sciences’ pseudoscience
    lecture series continues with talks
    on alternative and modern medicine


    Bus tour travels to Richmond Feb. 10-12

    Old Dominion hosting Model U.N. High School Conference Feb. 9-11


    THE COURIER