THURSDAY
March 2, 2000

 
News

Police search ends with two arrests
TCU and Fort Worth police departments work together to foil theft

As the Soap Turns
RTVF students write, direct, act in weekly soap opera

Store to donate money to
Kindle
Bookstore gives 10% of sales for transplant

Devout Faith
Muslim student maintains beliefs in predominantly Christian setting
 
Lawsuit settlement possible, attorney says

As the Soap Turns

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Kristin Moon and Rebecca Wren, junior radio-TV-film majors, maneuver cords around a camera. Students are producing, writing, directing and acting in TCU's new soap opera, "Studio 13."


 
Opinion

Pop quiz
Get out those No. 2 pencils, Scantrons

Safety of youth in jeopardy
Guns, school violence should be taken seriously

Gossip abounds at Fort Worth 76129

Bad karma is nothing but a bad invention
Reincarnation makes sense, but tracking system would help avoid awful past lives
 
Thanks & spanks

 
Features

Mardi Gras
Students celebrate Fat Tuesday on
the famous streets of New Orleans

Patrick Pannett/SKIFF STAFF

"The last weekend before Fat Tuesday is the craziest. It's the most insane weekend almost to the point of being dangerous."

- Pete Hoffman,

junior E-business and finance major


 
Sports

Baseball team falls to Dallas Baptist 9-6 at Patriot Field
WAC play begins Friday

Women's golf team wins Midwest Classic

College athletes would not
accept bribes if compensated

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior third baseman Mickey Scala makes a throw to first base. The Frogs open Western Athletic Conference play Friday against the San Jose State Spartans at 2:35 p.m. at the TCU Baseball Diamond.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think your car is safe on campus?

Yes: 56  No: 20 No car: 24

 

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