FRIDAY
February 4, 2000

 
News

Fine Arts dean candidates visit campus
Students, faculty gather to hear ideas of applicants from Kent, Ball State

Group to focus on athletic reputation
Local media brought in to discuss TCU's visibility

Week to provide religious education to community

More ID uses considered
Cards could access machines in dorms by fall

A Day in the Sun

Matt Stiver/ASSISTANT CAMPUS EDITOR

Anantha Babbili, a professor of journalism, held his graduate media studies class outdoors on the Jarvis Hall lawn Thursday afternoon. Temperatures reached the high 60s and skies were sunny to partly cloudy.


 
Opinion

Payment due
Workers deserve money, respect

Women deserve ordination, respect

Manhood dictated by pop culture
Commercial offerings are nothing more than 'limp promises'
 
Quote/Unquote

Letters to the Editor

 
Arts & Entertainment

Through the lens
Exhibit to feature Post-Impressionist and Symbolist artists from the turn of the century

Book's realistic rendering of life relevant to all

CD reviews

Featured Artists from "Painters, Sculptors, and the Camera"

Pierre Bonnard, Constantin Brancusi, Edgar Degas, Paul Gauguin, Fernand Moreau, Alphonse Mucha, Edvard Munch, Pablo Picasso, Auguste Rodin, Midardo Rosso, Franz von Stuck, Felix Vallatton, Edouard Vuillard


 
Sports

Coach says Walter is serious offensive threat
Freshman center has averaged 18 points, 6.5 rebounds in last 4 games

Last second shot puts Rice over TCU
Women prepare for next game against Tulsa

Men's basketball defeats Rice, 80-73

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Junior forward Myron Anthony dunks the ball in the Frogs' 92-75 win on Saturday. TCU defeated Rice Thursday night 83-70, led by freshman guard Bingo Merriex's 20 points. Merriex set a TCU freshman record for three-pointers in a game with six.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Should women be allowed to be ministers?

Yes: 75  No: 25

 

The TCU Daily Skiff © 1998, 1999 Credits

Contact Us!