TUESDAY
March 21, 2000

 
News

Policy change will allow scholarship stacking
Activity-based, some church-based awards to see change by next year

Proposal considers debit plan
Off-campus meal card system nears approval

Changes to noon chapel service format examined
Contemporary music, student testimonies may add to worship

Cultural enrichment
Experience provides knowledge of importance of both countries

Feel the burn

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Josh Galloway, a freshman business management major, works on his abdominals outside Jarvis Hall Monday.


 
Opinion

Mo' money
Other students deserve the wealth too

Bush's bat mightier with Rangers

Religion remains personal decision despite conversion efforts

 
Features

Peaceful living
A 4,000-year-old Chinese tradition helps local woman live happy, prosperous life through balance and harmony

Feng shui tips scales in balance of peace, prosperity
Discipline uses science of energy to harmonize positive, negative forces in living environments

Photos by Jeri Petersen and Jennifer Klein

Image and Feng Shui consultant Keiko Couch sits at a desk in her studio. Her clients sit facing a window that looks into her garden where a small water fountain splashes.


 
Sports

'Euro Duo' closes final season, seeks elite title
"We are not thinking about winning and losing; we just play."

Men's tennis team defends No. 15 ranking
Frogs defeat Memphis, lose to Pepperdine during spring break tournaments

Women's golf team finishes third in tournament
Four golfers place in the individual
top 20 scores

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Seniors Daria Zoldakova (left) and Lucie Dvorakova work on their doubles technique in practice Monday.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Would you use your TCU ID card at off campus restaurants?

Yes: 96  No: 4

 

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