TUESDAY
April 4, 2000

 
News

Nonexempt staff wages increased
Board of Trustees also approves $168.75 million expense budget

Festival to showcase art, food, clothing, dances
Asian Student Association invites students to experience several cultures

Chancellor announces increases to Assembly
Meeting also to address grievance policy

Students leap into community
About 400 participate in inaugural LEAPS program
 
Brite Divinity looks for ways to take school to next level
Increasing international education, technology tops task force's list of improvements
 
Bita May Hall Compton, retired French professor, alumna, dies at 88
Having taught for 38 years, Compton left impression on campus
 
Board of Trustees names Lauer TCU's first vice chancellor for marketing and communications

Button up

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Morgan Landry, a sophomore English major, bundles up on her way to her piano lesson Monday.


 
Opinion

A place to start
TCU staff wage increase long overdue

Everyone should find a mentor
Combination of encouragement, criticism can help us the most

While you weren't watching
Government focuses too narrowly on Microsoft trial

 
Features

Life's road
Hitchhiker teaches student not everyone is on the same journey in this world

Photo Illustration by Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF


 
Sports

Baseball team splits against Rice Owls
Bradshaw earns WAC pitcher of the week, Frogs' third game canceled due to rain

Frogs lose to Tulsa but win two doubles matches

Frogs shut out Hokies in both singles, doubles

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior pitcher David Tombrella completes his delivery in a game earlier this season. The Frogs play Oklahoma in Norman, Okla., today at 6:30 p.m.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you participate in TCU LEAPS?

Yes: 15  No: 85

 

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