WEDNESDAY
January 26, 2000

 
News

A&M grad student to lead Greeks
Sullivan named director of Fraternity and Sorority Affairs

Creation of Staff Assembly already having impact
Members say having direct voice has improved unity among staff

Financial aid for study abroad programs lacking
Funding criticized due to insufficient monetary assistance

SDS seeks students to fill campus leadership positions
OSAs, orientation office managers, Frog Camp facilitators sought
 
Filmmaker to discuss movie industry
Toporoff advises radio-TV-film students about directing, shooting
Dinner side chats


Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

 
Religion Professor Andy Fort and Philip Aldridge, a sophomore advertising/public relations major, chat during a weekly Chi Delta Mu lunch. Chi Delta Mu is a student organization whose members meet with religion faculty members each week to discuss different religious topics.

 
Opinion

Matter of respect
Shattered maturity shatters glass

Value the 'cheesy' life

Skin color not black, white issue

Future Pulitzer Prize winner moonlights as Skiff writer
 
Students speak out
What qualities do you think an academic dean should possess?

 
Science & Technology

Shopping.com
Students use Internet technology to discover worldwide bargains

Window browsing with a click
Shopping online offers convenience, variety, but also leads to frustration if led down wrong 'Net path

Web briefs

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Christina Deck, a sophomore advertising/public relations major, shops for supplies and textbooks at the TCU Bookstore. Other students have opted to purchase books online in hopes of finding lower prices and shopping convenience.


 
Sports

New cardio room opens in Rickel
More TVs, increased space main improvements

Lady Frogs try to reverse fortunes on road
Mittie wants better shooting, bench play from team during away games

Men's tennis starts new season with two titles
Four singles players reach semifinals in Houston tourney

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Freshman biology major Sara Komenda watches television as she works out on the stationary exercise bike in the new cardiovascular room in the Rickel. The new room allows students to listen to TVs set up in the room via their own set of headphones.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you planning to use the new cardio room in the Rickel?

Yes: 68  No: 29
Maybe: 3

 

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