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: Darin Carlisle, junior in fine arts, inspects a clay model he made of a classmate ' s head outside Memorial Stadium. The bust was an assignment for his Sculpture I class. Ceramics, painting and sculpture classes were taught in West Stadium. Art students also used the building as an art gallery to display finished projects and as a studio to work on current individual projects. (Photo by Steve Hebert) Relaxing in the shade, Dawn Phelps, freshman in social work, waits inside Memorial Stadium for Color Guard practice to begin. Members also practiced flag routines outside McCain Auditorium in the evenings. The Color Guard performed with the band and the Classy Cats at halftime of all home football games. (Photo by Steve Hebert) -Opening- 5
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(Continued from page 2) The University faced its own financial difficulties when enrollment figures fell to 20,476 --a drop of 188 students from last fall. The enrollment decrease meant a $986,000 cut in state funding for 1996, President Jon Wefald said in the State of the University address. Through the financial cuts, the common thread was that programs and financial aid could be in danger. t I t H . a record number of fans attended the last tball tjdfcts % M Ma lied I f I the ' ! lt s Minia Vr- I i ( l StucHthletes, coaches and the community found a common core created in the memories of the highest ranked football team in school history. With the University of Kansas and K-State ranked in the top 10 nationally, the intrastate rivalry became stronger than ever. Meanwhile, students and alumni faced problems when police cracked down on alcohol at tailgate parties in the parking lots outside KSU Stadium. Parking patrols began confiscating alcohol from students and alumni after the second home game, removing the core of many tailgate parties. However, alcohol in the K-State Union became a common sight following a spring 1995 Union Governing Board decision allowing 3.2 beer to be sold in Union Station and the recreation center. For the first time women were seen on the fourth floor of Marlatt Hall. The all-male residence hall provided temporary housing for more than 80 female students during renovations to the first and second floors of Goodnow Hall. In September the women moved from Marlatt to Moore and Ford halls for the remainder of the year. As the campus adjusted to the national spotlight, falling enrollment and different alcohol policies, students found a common core in a changing university and the end of an era. T 9 ' 4 -Opening- ' -
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