FRIDAY
January 28, 2000

 
News

Ice causes campus shutdown
Officials expect to postpone classes today, close campus until mid-morning

New organization to focus on international issues
Leader says students will determine 'what it becomes'

New sorority takes first steps
Zetas plan to increase membership

Religious decisions
Professors still being interviewed

Adaptation opens at Jubilee
New play focuses on 'Raisin in the Sun' author


Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

 
Chrissy Braden, a freshman radio-TV-film major, makes a snow angel outside Waits Hall. After the university shut down at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, students found time to make snow sculptures around campus. Less than an inch of snowfall was recorded around the Dallas/Fort Worth area Thursday.

 
Opinion

Safety hazard
Winton-Scott's codes not up to snuff

President aspires for success

Sanity preserved in busy balance of time

University can no longer be considered in a 'singular' aspect

Quote/Unquote

 
Sports

Role reversal
Teams face new season, situation

Swimmers lose to SMU, but team's effort brings optimism

Swimmers to meet No. 14 SMU

Lady Frogs prepare to meet Mustangs

Junior guard Ryan Carroll takes a shot over Southern Methodist University guard Stephen Woods in a 94-92 loss to the Mustangs last season. The Frogs will play SMU at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Saturday at 7:05 p.m.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you go to all your classes yesterday?

Yes: 69  No: 31

 

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