FRIDAY
February 25, 2000

 
News

How do we really feel
Black History Month misunderstood, some say
 
Acts of racism, ignorance not far from university

Search nears end
Committee to make recommendation on AddRan dean

Taste of Cultures
ISA program to feature food, activities to raise awareness
Performance to benefit Women's Shelter
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SAICA event to benefit charity
Indian culture, food, fashion will be highlight of annual banquet, show

 
Opinion

Harmful humor
Insensitivity is nothing to joke about

OPEC impacts U. S. pocketbooks

Avoid e-mail victimization
Forwarding, improper format causes reader frustration

Quote unquote
 
Letter to the editor

 
Features

Hello Mardi Gras
TCU FrogHorn, FrogMan take trip to Louisiana to participate in annual parade

Exhibit mixes absurdity with brilliance
Bruce Conner combines religious and contemporary images

Dance show attempts to appeal to various audiences
From chain saws to scaffolding, 'Tap Dogs' showcases dance in new way

Kenny Vaughn, TCU's FrogMan and keeper of the FrogHorn, will accompany the large purple noisemaker to Slidell, La., on Wednesday for the "Krewe of Selene: Goddess of the Moon" night parade. The parade is part of Mardi Gras festivities.


 
Sports

Swim teams expect success at WAC championships

Track team looks to bring home title

Frogs look to avenge loss

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore Jason Howard clears the high-jump bar in practice. The Frogs will go to Houston to compete in the Western Athletic Conference championships.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you attend any black history month activities?

Yes: 32  No: 68

 

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