TUESDAY
Februrary 15, 2000

 
News

'Glass ceiling' hinders power shift for women
Frustration leads many to leave corporate America, start own companies

Task force focuses on foreign language curriculum, housing
Incentives for faculty, financial aid for study abroad will also addressed by group

Proposed move to be decided in August

Speaker to discuss ethics
Green Honors lecture focuses on media

For the love of dance

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

TCU students danced the night away during the Residence Hall Association's inaugural Valentine's Ball held Saturday night in the Student Center Ballroom.


 
Opinion

Honorable college
Program switch step in right direction

Schulz gave ink life, emotion

Cultural exchange teaches value of print journalism

Minority representation needed on the Board of Trustees
Several minority leaders could
qualify for positions on university's
governing body

 
Features

Balancing act
From broken hearts to broken sinks,
RAs help students adjust to life on campus, some say

Resident assistants selected through multi-step process
Interview, creative presentation help choose student advisers

Sergio Rodriguez, a freshman advertising/public relations major, Brian Coughlin, a junior studio art major, and Clint Minter, a freshman kinesiology major, play video games in their residence hall room.


 
Sports

Men's team defeats San Jose State, 78-73
Horned Frogs use 43-19 run to overcome 19-point deficit to win

Baseball team takes one game, drops two at UTA

Lady Frogs beat San Jose, lose to Hawaii this weekend

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Junior guard Estell Laster goes up for a shot behind his own goal in TCU's 78-73 win against San Jose State Saturday. The Frogs are 6-4 in Western Athletic Conference play and 15-11 for the season.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Will you miss Charlie Brown?

Yes: 73  No: 27

 

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