FRIDAY
March 10, 2000

 
News

Waits renovation set to begin in 2001
Proposal approving $8 million project to be decided on later this month

Compact discs hot target for theives
Chief says ordinance may curb CD resale

Hidden danger
Skin cancer most prevalent form of all cancers

University graduate links White House, Internet
Kitchens sets Internet milestone with online presidential interview

Sunny studies

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Tracy Papp, a freshman premajor, studies outside Sherley Hall Thursday afternoon. With Spring Break beginning today, officials are reminding students of the dangers associated with harsh sun exposure.


 
Opinion

Let the break begin
Be careful, be legal and have fun

Network TV decides to 'get real'

GOP pulls Bush's puppet strings
Candidate adheres to status quo, finds safety in establishment

Quote unquote

 
Sports

Frogs head to NCAA championship
Track runners, coaches say they look to
finish higher than any team in TCU history

March Madness proves to be exactly that

Lady Frogs' NIT hopes dashed by Tulsa

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

A track member makes his break out of the blocks in practice last week. Several Frogs will participate in the NCAA Indoor Championships this weekend in Fayetteville, Ark.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you planning on skipping classes friday?

Yes: 17  No: 83

 

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