WEDNESDAY
March 8, 2000

 
News

Students begin observation of Lenten season today

Web companies prove profitable for some grads
Alumnus George Fassett finds success with Quakefiles.com

Schools reflect similarities despite cultural differences

Task force uncovers areas of community involvement

Stay on your toes

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Ballet students rehearse for a performance being held March 31. They will be performing works by Fernando Bujones, an internationally known dancer and choreographer.


 
Opinion

Right direction
New dean relates better to student body

Internet hostages need to be freed

Catholicism often misunderstood, not supported by media

 
Sports

Lady Frogs to face Tulsa in WAC tourney

Women's tennis team defeats South Carolina
Frogs win 5-1, improve record to 9-3

Fight for right of playing time
Football players vie for spots on next year's team, refine skills at practice

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Freshman Debbie Bell follows through on a forehand during practice. The No. 41 women's tennis team defeated No. 17 South Carolina, 5-1, Tuesday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you giving up anything for lent?

Yes: 44  No: 56

 

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