TUESDAY
February 22, 2000

 
News

Students upset over Napster.com block
Information Services says block due to Web saturation

TCU raises over $57,300 for Kindle
Student back in line for organ transplant

New city chief plans for hands-on interaction

Renovations underway for IBR
Colonial Cafeteria to become new home for administrative annex

Heels over head

Some students go all out to celebrate SuperFrog's 21st birthday.

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

David Elizalde, a sophomore graphic design major, has fun at SuperFrog's birthday party Friday.


 
Opinion

Absent absentees
Elections of primary importance

Safety at risk with 'boots' on

Texas SUV drivers should require special licensing

 
Features

Music to their ears
Three students head to compete in Honors Ensemble with high hopes, grateful hearts

Leftist Student Union communes with nature
Group sets up camp complete with s'mores, a bonfire and heated discussions

Carey Hix/SKIFF STAFF

Jen Shults, a junior music education major, practice her music. Shults, along with Kim Stanton, a sophomore music education major, and Rachel Williams, a junior music education major, have been chosen to attend the Future Music Teachers of America Honors in Washington, D.C.


 
Sports

Baseball team loses three-game series to No. 11-ranked Baylor

Men's golf team places fourth in Hawaii

Lady Frogs beat Lamar, Oklahoma

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

A Horned Frog batter takes a swing during the Frogs' 14-4 win against No. 16 Texas Tech. The Frogs lost all three games against the Baylor Bears this weekend in Waco and Fort Worth.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you use Napster?

Yes: 48  No: 48 Huh: 4

 

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