March 28, 2000


Officials seek solution to Napster ban
Idea will allow users to search university network first

City projects target speeding drivers around TCU area
Ticketing, insurance rates at higher
levels for college-aged residents
Residents say they hope speed humps will curb students' speeding to class

Housing sign up sparks frustration
Students say process unorganized; officials did not expect crowds

Survey addresses finals week change
E-mail allows vote on proposal
Faculty Senate committee to review deferred Recruitment
Survey will randomly poll students; report expected to be presented in May

Being heard


Hailey Heard, a freshman religion major, sings, 'No One Hears Her Cry' at the Battle of the Bands Saturday. Heard wrote this song during her senior year in high school. For complete coverage of the event see Art & Entertainment, page 5.


Upperclassmen lacking accommodations

$6 million or $6 can help

View of Jesus must change with rest of changing world


Tunes for tanning
Battle of Bands provides relaxing outlet for students

Students, faculty leap into community service event
Day will offer four types of projects to benefit over 20 service agencies


Hi-Fi Droaning members Taylor Young, (drummer) Jon Eggert, (bass) Jeremy Eggert, (guitar) and Eric Martin (vox guitar) compete at Battle of the Bands Saturday. The band won first place in the competition.


Baseball team slides
into close victories
Horned Frogs win 3 out of 4 home games

Track teams take off to fourth-place finishes at LSU
Season opener provides starting block for what is to come, team says

Women's tennis team captures 2 wins
Blue Devils down Frogs 5-2, Carril gets only singles win

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore second baseman Trey Crawford avoids the tag at home plate in the Frogs' 8-5 loss to Tarleton State Sunday. TCU travels to Lubbock to take on the Texas Tech Raiders at 3 p.m. today.

Purple Poll:

Did you watch the Oscars sunday night?

Yes: 65  No: 35


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