WEDNESDAY
March 1, 2000

 
News

Residential Services changes housing policy
Deposit now required before residence hall room can be reserved

Neeley School names new dean

Jenkins vetoes IP resolution
Computer information 'not altogether accurate,' he says
 
Administrators, SGA keep communication lines open to students
 
Committee decides to continue Napster block

Retired English professor dies
Odom remembered for his kind, gentlemanly personality
 
Endowment increases continually but officials have decreased usage

Senioritis medicine

Sarah Kirschberg/SKIFF STAFF

(Above) Pete Radovich, a senior biology and chemistry major, and Amy Shackelford, a senior marketing major, dance at the senior mixer held at Joe T. Garcia's last night.


 
Opinion

Moving Out
TCU should offer storage facility

Candidates, TV, ads need tuning

Letter to the editor
Professor disappointed in Skiff's decision to run controversial ad, failure to acknowledge insensitivity

Students speak out
What can TCU do to improve race relations?

 
Features

Natural relief
Medical herbalist promotes health through use of herbs, tonics and aromatherapy

Sarah Kirschberg/SKIFF STAFF

Dr. Judy Griffin clips a rosemary plant in her backyard herb garden.


 
Sports

Frogs claim WAC championship
Men's track team rallies for first title, women take 60-meter

Frogs capture 2nd, 6th places in championship
Swimming and diving teams end season in San Antonio

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore LaTarence Dunbar (left) and junior Mark Hill work on their hurdle forms. Dunbar and Hill finished third and fifth respectively at the Western Athletic Conference championships last weekend.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Would you use university storage between semesters?

Yes: 58  No: 37 Maybe: 5

 

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