WEDNESDAY
February 9, 2000

 
News

Graphic design program may switch schools
Some think department's move will sacrifice artistic touch

Students research safe-ride program
Service would provide designated drivers

Speaker to explain new form of matter
Carl Wieman to lecture on condensates

Coming to America
Some students say immigration laws are irksome

Sunshine Day

Jennifer Klein

SKIFF STAFF

Will Cambell, a child who attends early childhood music classes at TCU, is pushed by his mother Cindy Cambell, a TCU alumna, on the swing in front of Jarvis Hall Monday afternoon. Temperatures reached into the 70s and skies were sunny.


 
Opinion

Fairness 'D'clined
School district's new policy fails

Silent misconceptions
Stigmas about shyness are often inaccurate judgments

Better to make smiles, not controversy

Letter to the editor
Raising staff salaries would look attractive to quality employees
Students speak out
How do you plan to celebrate Valentine's Day?

 
Sports

Frogs lose to Mavericks
Coach claims hitting was team's problem

Frogs take on Rainbows after 33-point Tulsa loss

Hillary Morgan

SKIFF STAFF

Freshman shortstop Ramon Moses takes a swing in the Frogs' 15-5 loss against Southwest Texas State Sunday. The Frogs lost to Texas-Arlington, 3-2, in extra innings Tuesday.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you ever driven drunk?

Yes: 41  No: 59

 

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