THURSDAY
March 30, 2000

 
News

Being well-rounded key to job success
Employers say outside class activities just as important as academics

After the storm
Students get caught in path of twister; two rescue man trapped in rubble

Crunch Time
New vice chancellor arrives just in time for budget process

Task force aims to cater to all types of alumni
Students polled about post-grad expectations
 
Downtown Destruction
'I just thought that something like this would never happen to me'
 
Barr optimistic after storm's passing

Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF

Cash America International Inc., 1600 W. Seventh St., was severely damaged by the F-2 tornado that hit the downtown Fort Worth area Tuesday night.


 
Opinion

The Final Vote
Option to reschedule lies with you

Crop alterations feed economy
Commerce-driven genetic mutations produce lower-quality harvest

Wishing, specificity can lead to many problems

Letters to the editor
TCU Police officers overzealous in their distribution of parking tickets

Thanks & spanks

 
Features

Good job hunting
Career Services helps prepare students for the workforce
 
Internships necessary to keep students step above competition

Photo Illustration by Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

Shea Ostrander, a freshman radio-TV-film major, looks at the classified ads hoping to find the job of her dreams.


 
Sports

Baseball team beats Texas Tech, 7-5
Frogs to play fourth-place Owls in
three-game WAC series this weekend

Cinderella fun at first, but 'Dance' tarnished

A Smashing Hit

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore Leoni Weirich smashes a serve during practice. Weirich and the rest of the No. 24 women's tennis team will face Tulsa at 2 p.m. Friday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think campus involvement will help you in a career?

Yes: 81  No: 11 Maybe: 8

 

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