WEDNESDAY
March 22, 2000

 
News

TCU-funded awards can now be stacked

Entrepreneurship center receives donation, name
Business program named for 40-year-old alumnus, will focus on education through experience

House allocates $2,000 for organizations' trip expenses
USITT, TBE, AFROTC granted funds to attend conventions

Group examines Ph.D. program
Education task force members say
program would increase visibility
 
Workshops help educators improve math and science teaching skills

Speakin' out

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

KERA-TV tapes Anantha Babbili's mass media and society class Tuesday. The class discussed their thoughts on this year's presidential election.


 
Opinion

No mor chikin
Debit card would provide competition

African floods globally ignored

Before complaining, park yourself in front of the rules

Students speak out
What issues are important in the presidential election?

 
Features

Cherish chocolate!
American Chocolate Week offers chance to indulge in 'heart-healthy' confection

Plans to overcome phobia take nosedive at airport
Bad weather at D/FW grounds aspirations of spending Spring Break in Colorado Springs

Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF

Avril Westerman, a junior finance major, eats a Reese's peanut butter cup. The third week in March is American Chocolate Week, a time for chocoholics to celebrate the health benefits now linked to chocolate.


 
Sports

Frogs lose 5 of 6 games in Hawaii

Men's track team runs to best finish in TCU history
Team places fourth at NCAA National meet

Run Silent, Run Deep
Dunbar, Printers expected to step up as teams try to stop Tomlinson, coaches say

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior outfielder Tom Bates swings through a pitch in the Frogs 6-4 win against San Jose State on March 4. The Frogs lost five of six games on a road trip to Hawaii during Spring Break.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you planning to live on campus next semester?

Yes: 71  No: 29

 

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