FRIDAY
March 3, 2000

 
News

Orchestra to give pre-tour performance
Students invited to preview Mexico tour concert featuring original student composition

Faculty Senate discusses salaries
Proposal would make wages more competitive

Art department seeks answers to funding problems
Travel funding for untenured faculty inadequate, some say

Technology development focus of Communications task force
One recommendation expected to be creation of School of Journalism

Tasting the world

Students try foods from different countries of the world at International Week's Taste of the World held in the Student Center Thursday.


 
Opinion

Avoiding mistakes
Police need to stop racial profiling

The dos and don'ts of college life
Sometimes even the little things that you do can go a long way

Verdict shoots down equality
New York jury's decision perpetuates racial themes, ideas

Quote / Unquote

Letters to the Editor

 
Life

Selfless Fight
As AIDS cases continue to rise in the area, one TCU alumna hits the streets and dedicates her life to help others face the disease


 
Sports

Men's basketball team faces Rice tonight
Frogs likely to receive invitation to NIT; need wins to enter NCAA tourney, coach says

Rice game pivotal for Lady Frogs' season
 
Tennis duo named players of week
 
Facilities are part of the game, too
Improvements are need-based, attract students, officials say

New facilities will help with recruitment, coaches say

Freshman guard Bingo Merriex shoots a three pointer during a 78-73 victory over San Jose State on Feb. 12. Merriex and the rest of the TCU men's basketball team (16-13, 7-6 WAC) conclude the 1999-2000 regular season at 7:05 tonight in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum against the Rice Owls (5-20, 1-12 WAC).


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going to mardi gras?

Yes: 9  No: 91

 

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