FRIDAY
March 24, 2000

 
News

Student wins Truman scholarship
Evans receives $30,000; one
of 75 recipients nationwide

Programs address sexual abuse, rape prevention
Social work students' seminar teaches how to look for warning signs, deal with emotions
 
Police hope enrollment in RAD classes goes up, students' guards don't go down

Housekeepers plan fund-raiser for Kindle
Car wash donations to go toward expenses for graduate's transplants

Speech on Iraqi sanctions
Speaker discusses U.N. economic policies

Chocolate Goodbye

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

TCU police officer Jamie Torrez cuts his going-away cake Thursday. Torrez has been a TCU police officer for four years but is leaving to become a DART transit police officer.


 
Opinion

Giving Back
Donations to university helpful

Environment needs changing
Greek, non-Greeks need to join to stop racial separation

Letter to the editor
Unanswered questions will be answered by Jesus

 
Features

Realistic Renaissance
Artist's detailed depiction of people from long ago seem to come to life in new Kimbell exhibit

Extremely harsh childhood makes for unusually good read
Award-winning account of Irish author's upbringing is almost too vivid for words

Movie review
Erin Brockovich

"Portrait of a Man Before the Virgin and Child," National Gallery of Art, Washington.


 
Sports

Track teams prepare for outdoor season

Search to begin for new Intramural Sports director

Final Four picks altered after Cinderella success

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior Heather Hanchak takes the baton from teammate sophomore Chaunte Baldwin in relay practice. The track team opens its indoor season Saturday at Louisiana State University.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you ever participated in a rape aggression defense class?
*Only women were polled

Yes: 3  No: 97

 

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