THURSDAY
February 3, 2000

 
News

Assembly to work toward increasing staff wages
Current wages put some staff members below poverty line

Berry Street gets $2.2 million grant
Money will help make area more accessible to pedestrian traffic

Task force examines graduate programs
Committee hopes stipends will attract top grad students

Dead days a priority for SGA

Sharing the experience

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Reuben Reynoso, (left) a junior business major, Carrie Messinger, (middle) a speech communication major, and Avril Westerman, (right) a junior finance major, are all fall 1999 TCU London Centre students. They met with Chancellor Ferrari yesterday to discuss their experiences and issues with the program.


 
Opinion

WWW ... What?
New Web site needs changes

Lipscomb sets a bad example
His past good deeds don't absolve his recent transgressions

'Surprise' denominations, ATMs and robbery make banking fun

Letters to the editor
 
Thanks & spanks

 
Issues

Personal instruction vs. education online
Online courses viable, convenient alternative to traditional classrooms

Computers, Internet
cannot replace professors, classroom education

Online classes offer flexibility, new way to learn
Some students worry about decreased interaction with professors

Photoillustration by Craig Graue/ WEB EDITOR


 
Sports

Rodman latest in line of Mavericks' failures

Lady Frogs attempt to break 17-game losing streak against Rice

18 players sign intent letter, including 'Tiger' Thompson
 
Frogs swim toward WAC title

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Freshman center Kim Walter shoots over two Hawaii defenders in a 70-62 loss on Jan. 15 at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Frogs take on the Rice Owls tonight at 7 p.m.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you like TCU's new web site?

Yes: 55  No: 30
 
Haven't Seen: 15

 

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