THURSDAY
January 27, 2000

 
News

Some doubt security of Winton-Scott
Building meets code but may not be safe, fire captain says

FrogNet eases advising, registration
Glitches don't deter officials from being optimistic about program's success

Board meets at Alliance
Trustees to approve budget, discuss future of university

Visitation hours to be examined
Safety major issue in debate
Thumbin' through


Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

 

Angella Bray, a junior interior design major, shops for posters Wednesday at the poster fair in the Student Center Lounge. The sale will continue through Friday.

 
Opinion

Toss the Brick
Find other ways to leave your mark

Small help will save world from deadly disease

Babies are humans, get used to it

Proclaiming pride in pranks, pleasant puerility and Captain Morgan
 
Thanks & Spanks

 
Photo Essay

The Cowboy Way
Fort Worth stock show and rodeo parties 'til the cows come home'
 
 
 
 


 
Sports

Stanford to play for U.S. in Curtis Cup
Frog golfer honored for being chosen

Columnist's judgments unfair to players

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Senior marketing major Josh Anderson works on fielding ground balls in practice Wednesday. The baseball team opens its season Tuesday against Dallas Baptist at 2:05 p.m. at the TCU Diamond. The Frogs ended last season with a 32-26 record. TCU finished in second place in the Western Athletic Conference tournament. The Frogs play 59 games this season with 28 of them at home. The team will also face 20 teams that played in the NCAA Postseason tournament. TCU will play its annual game against the University of Texas-Austin at the Ballpark in Arlington on April 11.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Is FrogNet easy to use?

Yes: 37  No: 63
Not Used: 2

 

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