WEDNESDAY
February 2, 2000

 
News

New SGA officers sworn in, begin term
House recognizes football team's second bowl win

Dual roles lead administrators to re-evaluate job
Campus Life considers adding co-director of commuter affairs

PC assists organizations in funding events
Group aims to 'entertain by finding what students like'

Firms gain student input
Consultant teams to advise area businesses
 
Trend in auto theft extends onto campus, police say

Blood Drive

Aja Olson, a senior elementary education major, gives blood Tuesday during Carter Bloodcare's blood drive in the basement of the Student Center. The drive will continue through Thursday.


 
Opinion

Compromise
Technology increase might offset diversity

Protect freedom of speech

GPA not accurate estimate of IQ

Males find brotherhood in
Krispy Kreme
 
Letter to the Editor
 
Students speak out
What do you think should be done about 6-year-old Elian Gonzalez, the Cuban boy being retained in Miami?

 
Features

Mirror Mirror
Students face ongoing battle with self-image, eating disorders

'Thinner is better' philosophy leads many to doubt self-image
Fostering self-worth in young girls will spark revolution in society

Even students without eating disorders like Trisha Ajello, a freshman pre-major, deal with society's pressure to be thin and control self-image.


 
Sports

Hit and run
Loss of power forces Frogs to find other ways to score

Baseball opens season with 7-4 loss to DBU

The Frogs have lost some of their power hitters this season, including Royce Huffman and David Wallace who combined for 24 homeruns last season. TCU will rely more on strategy and speed to win ballgames this season, coaches and players said.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think John Rocker should have been suspended from the Atlanta Braves for his comments?

Yes: 45  No: 36
Huh? 19

 

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