THURSDAY
March 9, 2000

 
News

High gas prices impact students
Increase causes financial strain to slim pocketbooks

Beach Bound
Students work out, tan before break begins
 
Students, staff offer tips for safe Spring Break

'Studio 13' premieres before full house
RTVF department rolls out red carpet for soap's student actors, directors

Beach Bound

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Leeanne Parsons (left), a freshman radio-TV-film major, Katy Jo Reinmiller, a freshman premajor, and Kelly Moreland, a freshman elementary education major, study outside Sherley Hall Wednesday. Many students are preparing for Spring Break by tanning this week before heading off to the beach.


 
Opinion

Time's up
Quiz will test your news wisdom

Taking race relations personally
Changing racist attitudes starts with changing ourselves

Lenten sacrifices interfere with Spring Break debauchery

Fiction takes step toward reality
Possibility of being in two places at once is strange, exciting

 
Features

Wild Animals
Exhibit features rare mammals, birds

Special to the Skiff

'Big Bears, Big CatsPredators 2,' a walk-through exhibit of more than 100 mounted and preserved specimens of predatory birds and mammals, will be on display at The Dallas Museum of Natural History through May 21.


 
Sports

Frogs need to stay focused to advance

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Senior forward Marquise Gainous shoots a turnaround jump shot while being fouled during a 85-62 victory over Rice Friday. Gainous and the Frogs open the WAC tournament at 4:30 p.m. today against San Jose State in Fresno, Calif.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going to a beach for spring break?

Yes: 34  No: 62 Maybe: 4

 

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