March 10,1999

Gas leak leads to evacuations
Line too close to surface, endangers Clark Hall area
Time ticks on tower addition
House uses special procedure to pass bill
Opinions differ on extent
of cheating in the classroom
Song bird
Alumna Carter inducted into women's hall of fame

Diversity over pizza
Residents of Moncrief Hall enjoy pizza while John Butler from Campus Ministries (not pictured) spoke as part of the Diversity Council that is holding meetings in various residence halls this week.

No False Alarm
Gas leak signals real emergency
Put the fun back in TCU
Columnist remembers stories of excitement in college life
Hangovers give self-awareness opportunities
Student pleads others to use the Skiff
Letters to the Editor

The Arts
Ailing Acoustics or minor repairs?
Architecture, acoustics of Walsh Center debated
Punchatz uses irony, playfulness in exhibit

Michael Rausch and Brandon Poor, both sophomore vocal performance majors, and Claudia Gonzalez, a senior music education major, sing during a recent musical rehearsal. Administrators say the Walsh Center's acoustics have undergone tests to ensure high-quality sound during performances.

Rodman returns to basketball
Rifle finishes season in Hawaii

The football team, shown here in practice Saturday, began spring practice last week. The team welcomed 21 players who had either been redshirted or were sitting out because of transfer, giving the coaches a chance to evaluate new talent. The coaches use spring pracitce to guage talent and try to add depth and fill positions left by departed seniors. Spring pracices last until April and culminate in a final intra-squad scrimmage known called the Purple-White game.

Purple Poll:
Have you ever cheated on an assignment, test or paper since you've been at TCU?
Yes: 24 No: 76


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