THURSDAY
February 17, 2000

 
News

A day of triumph
Campus, community donations ensure Kindle has needed funds

Gift of life
"I just wanted to get those stars off of her name."
 
New building will consolidate departments
Students, faculty say center will improve communication

Students think prank is funny
Joke keeps competition fun, some say

Remembering the past
Black women reflect on their history at TCU

Gift of life

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Jennifer Jost, chairwoman of the House of Student Representatives' Permanent Improvements Committee, collects a donation for Robbyn Kindle from Linda Nguyen, a senior environmental science major.


 
Opinion

Gift of Life
Students, staff support commendable

Past compliance
More ramps needed on campus

Madonna errs in 'Pie' remake

Internet invasion is annoying.com on TV
 
Thanks & spanks

 
Features

Animal Assistance
Student looks to Nick, her Golden Retriever, for assistance on campus and at home

Campus still poses wheelchair accessibility problems
Despite university's efforts to make school meet ADA requirement, some areas still a challenge to students

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Amanda Beaty, a junior news-editorial journalism major, is guided through campus by her service dog, Nick. Nick escorts Beaty to and from classes and is capable of pushing elevator buttons for her.


 
Sports

Lady Frogs will face UTEP on home court
Team hopes to honor coach with tie for most wins

New women's basketball coach on way to record
Late start leaves coaching staff, players adjusting to changes in program, each other

Talented athletes, not just
blacks, dominate sports

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore guard Tricia Payne shoots over a Tulsa defender in the Lady Frogs' last home game Feb. 5. TCU returns home Thursday night to start the last home stand of the season against Texas-El Paso.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Is TCU wheelchair accessible?

Yes: 65  No: 25 Somewhat: 10

 

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