FRIDAY
January 21, 2000

 
News

New role allows Jenkins to focus on students
SGA president hopes to encourage more participation in House, PC

Bookstore facing competition from Internet companies
Lower textbook costs, large selection attract many students to online shopping

Officials say flu season should peak in February
Sleep, good diet necessary for prevention, doctors say

Construction begins on McCart project
Housing complex named after donor Robert Leibrock


Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

 
Shannon Atkinson, a junior English and theater major, and Breck Dixon, a junior marketing major, shop for their class books at the TCU Bookstore. The TCU Bookstore is making efforts to encourage students to use their services instead of shopping online for their books.

 
Opinion

Escaping tragedy
Stay safe in case of dorm inferno

Leadership isn't a résumé-builder

Gay couples deserve recognized marriages

Change interferes with plans of the 'comfortable' in land of status

 
Sports

Last 3 minutes spell defeat for Frogs
101-96 defeat bumps team to 1-3 in WAC
 
Comeback stifled by Roberson

Houston tournament will ready team for season
Tennis coach says weekend will sharpen men's skills

Fran's Plan
Football coach trying to restore Frog's glory days

Track & field prepares for season opener
Women challenged by inexperience, men's team returns All-Americans

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Senior forward Marquise Gainous posts up on Fresno State's Larry Abney. Gainous scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the Frogs loss Thursday night.


 
Arts & Entertainment

Worlds of Transformation
Tibetan Art of Wisdom and Compassion

Crichton explores history, time travel in new novel

CD & Movie reviews
 
Calendar of events

(Above) The Bodhisattva Maitreya, 15th century, from central regions of Tibet. (Inside) Vaishravana, 17th century, from central regions of Tibet.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you bought textbooks online?

Yes: 6  No: 94

 

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