April 14,1999

Holocaust ad draws criticism
Anti-bigotry groups call publication policy inadequate
17 Delt members are suspended
INPUT comes to TCU
Fort Worth to host international TV forum
House resolves to add more class information to Web page
Musical 'mom'
Toni Parker helps band students feel right at home
Shakespeare goes modern with Macbeth
Author Halsell urges students to seek truth

Decisions, decisions
Jason Smuland, a junior advertising/public relations major, relaxes in the Moudy Building atrium between classes to scan registration forms and papers for the fall semester. Friday is the deadline for early registration.

Pleading the First
Holocaust ad covered by free speech
You want fries with that?
Fast food helps student to find meaning of giving
Oprah's sins exposed?
Winfrey guilty of favoring literacy, McCartney
Hello Mother, hello Father, I'm here at camp, oh bother

Changing soccer teams begin play

Junior Jessika Kjellgren is shown here in a match Saturday against New Mexico. The Frogs won the match, 5-4, breaking New Mexico's 13-match winning streak and upping TCU's record to 2-1 in WAC play.

Purple Poll:
Have you or do you plan to participate in Holocaust-week activities?
Yes: 24  No: 76


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