THURSDAY
February 10, 2000

 
News

PC activities aim to expose culture
Comedians, step show highlight month

Final dean candidates for 3 schools to visit campus
Provost says he hopes final decisions will be made by mid-March

Post-grad education 'a personal choice'
Students debate merits of master's degrees

Job search
Internet makes marketplace more accessible to students

Cap nap

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Chad Kingsbury, a junior math major, takes a study break by relaxing under a tree in front of Jarvis Hall.


 
Opinion

Take the time
Students should celebrate diversity

Bush's nomination in jeopardy
McCain's grass roots campaign, heroic past draw supporters

V-Day can mean D-day for some
Not only the lonely experience Valentine's vexation

Thanks & Spanks

 
Features

Life in London
One student shares observations and advice about studying abroad in Britain

TCU ranks fourth in nation for students studying abroad
Availability of information, increased interest cited as reasons for success

Reagan Duplisea

Tower Bridge is one of the most unique bridges that cross the River Thames. The Tower of London is located on the North Bank from the bridge.


 
Sports

Lady Frogs face Hawaii

Thomas lived by deeds, Bruce should too

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF


Junior guard Janice Thomas completes a fast-break layup in the Lady Frogs' 80-58 win over the Tulsa Golden Hurricane Saturday. TCU is in Honolulu today playing against the Hawaii Wahine.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you plan on getting a master's degree?

Yes: 60  No: 37 Maybe: 3

 

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