FRIDAY
February 18, 2000

 
News

Low pay linked to turnovers
Some say insurance, benefits don't make up for inadequate salaries

Some question safety on University Drive
Committee looking into possible security solutions, officials say

Dining Services to launch new Web site
Page to offer nutritional news, menus and announcements

ROTC extends scholarship offers
Change to allow students in 15 other majors chance to benefit from program

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

TCU students wait until traffic clears before they cross University Drive. The city of Fort Worth recently painted crosswalk markings on University Drive near the Mary Couts Burnett Library.


 
Opinion

Whose business?
Other professors deserve same pay

New York case revisits race issue

Quote unquote
 
Letter to the editor

 
Features

Tragedy at Stage West
Shakespeare enthusiasts likely to enjoy latest spin on 'Macbeth,'
but may not be for casual viewer

Book review
It's the end of the world as we know it, so write a book

Movie reviews

 
Sports

TCU prepares for three-game series against Baylor
Baseball team uses win over Tech to prepare for matchup

Frogs come from behind to beat UTEP

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Junior guard Jill Sutton makes an acrobatic move to get a shot off in the Lady Frogs' 79-71 win against UT-El Paso Thursday. Sutton scored 16 points in the contest.


 
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Did you donate money to the Robbyn Kindle fund?

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