March 3,1999

Committee to research bug's bite
Students experience real-world finances
Happy feet
Dance-a-thon to raise funds for children at St. Jude's
Career Night to bring job
opportunities to students

Recyclable message
The Environmental Science Club, TERRA, placed a display in front of Sadler Hall consisting of Styrofoam take-away containers collected during a half hour period in The Main and sewn together. The campaign aims to reduce to-go box use on campus. Students interested in joining TERRA can call the president, Gretchen Kliem at 257-3228.

Students deserve parking information
Baptist stereotype unmerited
Racism rooted in ignorance
Letters to the editor

Women lose to Lobos in Vegas
Frogs off to face tough line-up
Adventurers to take Easter trek

The TCU baseball team traveled to Oklahoma this week and lost to the Sooners 6-3. The Sooners scored all six runs in the sixth inning. Junior designated hitter/pitcher Shaun Wooley scored two of the Frogs three runs and senior catcher Mark Silva, shown above, scored the other. This was a non-conference game for the Frogs and moves their record to 9-8 overall. TCU returns to Western Athletic Conference play with a 3-0 WAC record this weekend against Fresno State in Fresno, Calif.

Purple Poll:
Are you worried about the Y2K computer problem?
Yes: 30 No: 62 Huh? 8


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