TUESDAY
February 29, 2000

 
News

Kindle flies to Omaha to await transplant

How do we really feel?
Explanations vary on issue of black, white interaction
 
Awareness is responsibility of all, some officials say

Funds attempt to add diversity
Scholarship program targets local schools
 
Two retired Brite Divinity professors die
William D. Hall remembered for concern for immigrants, concept of equal justice
 
M. Jack Suggs leaves behind distinguished contributions; was model for excellence

Phi Kappa Sigma sponsors Greek fund-raising event
Competition will benefit Leukemia Society

Charitable performance

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Kruti Patel, a participant in Saturday's Experience India, performs a classical Indian dance. Experience India was sponsored by Students for Asian Indian Cultural Awareness and raised money for a charity in India.


 
Opinion

Opening doors
Scholarships help recruit local students

Hope for community not lost
Despite divisions, university comes together for common good

Lack of third party on ballots leads to pseudo-democracy

Have open minds with homosexuals; don't believe stereotypes

 
Features

Road to understanding
University is walking slowly toward diversity
 
Eyes should be opened to campus racial issues

 
Sports

Frogs pick up first road win of season

Lady Frogs extend losing streak to rival Mustangs

Men's tennis team beats Texas A&M
 
Tennis team wins two matches
 
All in a day's work
TCU student finds success inside, outside of ring

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Senior left fielder Mark Hamilton swings at a pitch during the Frogs' 14-4 loss to Texas Tech on Feb. 15. The baseball team won one of three games against Lamar this weekend.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you agree with the Amadon Diallo Verdict?

Yes: 9  No: 19 Huh?: 72

 

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