WEDNESDAY
January 19, 2000

 
News

Foster Hall renovations relocate students
$8.1 million renovation expected
to be completed for fall semester

Grant to support online master's degree program
Two departments prepare for 'Net classes

Kirst successor search continues
Replacement director could be named shortly

Horned Frogs bid adieu to 1999 around world
Students celebrate dawning of new century in variety of places from South Africa to Las Vegas

Learning space extends to Alliance
E-MBA, MLA programs to target non-traditional students

Renovations create parking woes
Construction company fences off spaces around Foster until work is completed

Sarah Kirschberg / PHOTO EDITOR


 
Opinion

Y2Que?
New year does not disrupt order

Changes welcome readers
Skiff spawns improvements and recommits to quality coverage

Editor Demographics
 
Improvements should appeal to campus

Students Speak Out

 
Sports

Tomlinson competes for Heisman award
SID is preparing major campaign to promote 'LT'

Inconsistency, injuries plague Lady Frogs
Coach says loss of Sutton, Mack will test team

Mobile Alabama Bowl

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore guard Tricia Payne attempts to take a charge from Hawaii forward Kylie Galloway during the 70-62 loss on Saturday.


 
Health

College Health 101
From nutrition and food to physical fitness, students focus on maintaining overall wellness

Rickel's cardio room undergoing changes

Editor's Note
Features section premiers

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Becky Fogarty, a freshman graphic design major and Melissa Crane, a freshman nursing major, make a healthy choice at their local grocery store.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you prepare for Y2K?

Yes: 10  No: 90

 

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