WEDNESDAY
February 16, 2000

 
News

Inequities between schools questioned
Koehler says business school
important to national reputation

Trustees change policy, allow early groundbreaking
Construction set to begin on technology center when 70 percent of funds are raised

Students participate in future plans
Interior design project allows class
members to create possibilities

SGA organizes life-saving event

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Tandy Hall houses the M.J. Neeley School of Business. The average salary for business professors is $118,880 while the salary for a professor in AddRan College of Arts and Sciences is $75,628, according to the Fall 1999 TCU Factbook.


 
Opinion

Mustang pranks
SMU band joke typical of losers

Penalizing player not court's job

Professional, amateur athletes do not deserve special treatment

 
Features

For better health
Students rely on Health Center for basic services, but turn to community dentists

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

"A nurse who works for me graduated from TCU and had about 12 cavities when she went to the dentist after college. And that scenario is not uncommon."

- Mark McAdams,
local dentist


 
Sports

Frogs shoot down Red Raiders, 14-4
Home run, strong pitching keys to team's victory

Track team breaks four records at Arkansas meet
Coach hopes win will boost national ranking

College not the end of road for three friends
Batteaux, Huffman and Scarborough start careers in grade school, finish as Horned Frogs
 
Team sees match-up as 'character builder'

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior hurdler Mark HIll leaps over a hurdle during practice Tuesday. The No. 11 TCU men's track team set four team records at the Tyson Invitational this weekend.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think there should be more stoplights on University Drive?

Yes: 8  No: 92

 

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