FRIDAY
March 31, 2000

 
News

Council seeks financing for MLK award
Officials say more consistent money will allow step toward diversification
 
Watch your clocks, 'cause times are a-changin'
Time jumps forward one hour Sunday; some prefer to stay on standard time throughout year

Don't be a Fool
April Fool's Day provides opportunities for foolishness

Board expects to
adopt new budget

Dancers host spring concert
Benefits from performance will go to TCU Guild Scholarship fund
 
Student selected as state finalist for Rhodes Scholarship program
Although Moles did not become national finalist, he says the selection process was worthwhile

Don't be a Fool

Photo Illustration by Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Keli Visosky, a freshman fashion promotion major, and Mallonée Frabotta, a freshman nursing major, take a second glance at a student with a "kick me" sign on his back. April Fool's Day is a time for playing practical jokes on friends and family members.


 
Opinion

Helping Hands
Students need to give to community

Verdict sends smokers a signal
Self-destructive 'victims' don't deserve money for lighting up

The highway of life needs more caring drivers

Quote unquote
 
Letter to the editor

 
Features

Who is Rudy?
 


 
Sports

Track teams sprint into outdoor season
Men gain three NCAA qualifying marks at LSU, women take second in 4x100-meter relay event

Men's tennis team serves up a win against Arkansas
Fielding rebounds to pick up win for Frogs in No. 1 spot

'Small-ball' a big adjustment
 
Players discover there is more to 'small-ball' than fewer home runs

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior Jason Howard works on his form in practice this week. The Frogs will compete in the Fort Worth Recreational Meet beginning today.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you like daylight savings time?

Yes: 73  No: 27

 

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