The Associated Press
CHAMBLEE, Ga. Ÿ Fraternal twins Courtney and Chris Salthouse got identical scores on the SAT college admission test: 1,600, the highest possible mark.
''We are proud of them, we sure are,'' said Martha Reichrath, principal at Chamblee High School in this Atlanta suburb.
The 17-year-old seniors took the Scholastic Assessment Test last month.
''Coming out of it, I didn't think I did well,'' Chris said yesterday, noting that he had scored 1,550 on a previous SAT.
Courtney said she was startled that she did as well as her brother.
''I wasn't so surprised for my brother as I was for myself,'' she said.
Alumni exhibit art
Artworks by six UA alumni will be on display today through Nov. 22 in the "Tucson Views: Alumni Invitational" held in the Student Union's Union Gallery.
The six alumni artists are Bobbette Gilliland, DeAnn Melton, Charles Pique, Tom Philabaum, Phil Lichtenhan and Albert Kogel.
The opening reception is today from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Admission is free. The UA Student Union is presenting the exhibit.
The University Religious Council is looking for students to lead a religious awareness club. The club sponsors a religious awareness fair on the Mall where groups distribute information. Students can contact Allen Breckenridge at the Campus Christian Center.
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