TUESDAY
March 7, 2000

 
News

FIU professor named new AddRan dean
Mary Volcansek to lead inaugural College of Humanities and Social Sciences

Kindle now officially a TCU graduate
Officials present BS degree; family accepts it on her behalf

'Hamlet,' with a twist
Show should appeal to students who detest Shakespeare, director says

Staff Assembly to discuss online auction, suicide
 
 
Voting in primary not priority, students say

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Louisa Lawless (left), a sophomore theater television major, Angie Jepson, a sophomore theater and advertising/public relations major, and Kirk Holland, a junior theater major, rehearse for the play 'I Hate Hamlet' being performed by the TCU theater department this week.


 
Opinion

Public speaking
Student protests should be supported

Game show invented on campus
'Who Wants to Marry a Millionaire' starts at Frog Camp, ends with senioritis

Increased military spending needed to ensure future success

Letter to the editor

 
Features

Lady Korski
residence hall receptionist

Donna Behl
nurse practitioner

Michael Albright
Frog Shuttle driver
 
Marshall Gordon
acting supervisor of housekeeping in Worth Hills

A look at the people who bring life to the university


 
Sports

Lady Frogs down Owls 63-62 to finish season
TCU ends 18-game losing streak dating back to 1991 against Rice

Frogs beat Owls 85-62; prepare for WAC tourney

Frogs take Spartan series with two wins
 
Women's tennis team beats A&M

Basketball player suspended for violating team rules

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Senior forward Marquise Gainous goes for two of his 28 points in the Frogs' 85-62 win over Rice Friday. The Frogs end their regular season with a 17-13 overall record and a 8-6 conference record.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you registered to vote in a Texas Primary?

Yes: 42  No: 58

 

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