WEDNESDAY
March 29, 2000

 
News

Twister rips downtown, misses campus
Students forced to take shelter during storms

Kindle wins battle against Medicaid, Social Security
Checks made to Nebraska Medical Center will now be returned to donors

Program targets rep outreach
Members encouraged to involve students through e-mail, phone

Women's Center to host annual symposium

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Employees work to clear debris at the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau, 415 Throckmorton St. A tornado ripped through downtown Fort Worth Tuesday night, damaging several office buildings.


 
Opinion

Assault awareness
All students need to protect themselves

Chapel services miss the mark

Vermont's 'civil union' is a step in the right direction

Students speak out
If you could donate $6 million to TCU, where would it go and why?

 
Features

On his toes
Bujones brings same intensity to TCU that he performed with on stages worldwide

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

A self-admitted perfectionist, Fernando Bujones is a tough critic when it comes to his students' performances. Above, he offers suggestions for improvement.


 
Sports

Tomlinson, once unheard of, now garners attention as Heisman candidate
Critics say competition in WAC hurts his chances

Men's golf team finishes eighth in tournament
Team needs to work on short game, mental toughness, coach says

James Applebury/SKIFF STAFF

Junior tailback LaDainian Tomlinson goes through drills with other running backs during spring practice Monday. Tomlinson is projected to be a Heisman Trophy candidate for next season.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think the dead days schedule should be changed?

Yes: 34  No: 63
Don't Know: 3

 

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