February 24, 2000


House not connecting to campus, some say
Officials plan programs to correct
problem, but say it's a 'vicious cycle'
House approves $2,000 for 25
AED students to attend convention

Ad targets students for egg donation
Clinic offers money to women who fit profile

Career Night to feature 57 potential employers
Businesses will be recruiting for internships, jobs
After one semester, deli is successful
Businesses will be recruiting for internships, jobs

Talk to tackle typically taboo topics
Political candidates, religious issues to be discussed in ecumenical exchange

TCU Theatre


"All in the Timing," a play written by David Ives, consists of six one-act scenes. The play opened Wednesday night and will run at 8 p.m. today, Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. For ticket information, call the University Theatre box office at 257-5770.


Oh Baby!
Housing policy sends wrong message

History not just black or white
Races need to make connection before both histories are understood

'Pop Christianity' can distort God

Excel, do not live up to expectations
Letter to the editor
In spirit of helping Frogs, let's provide day care for children of TCU staff


Toting Tots
College moms find balance between life
as parents and life as students


Jacqueline Treviño-García watches her daughter, Alexis García, as the 6-year-old plays on the merry-go-round.


Frogs come off loss to Fresno State, look for win against SMU

Athletes pick fights in wrong, right ways
McSorley leaves opponent bleeding; Knicks decide not to practice in S.C. because of flag

Tennis team drops in rank, will face ACU


Freshman guard Bingo Merriex shoots the ball over Southern Methodist University's freshman guard Quinton Ross. The Frogs beat the Mustangs 92-75 in their Jan. 29 meeting. TCU will play SMU at 7 p.m. Monday in Dallas.

Purple Poll:

Do you think TCU should make adequate accommodations for pregnant students?

Yes: 70  No: 23 Maybe: 7


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