WEDNESDAY
April 5, 2000

 
News

More input needed
Only 18 percent of students responded to finals survey

Two new frog camps added
Resolana, Casa Nueva offer service, culture

Science needs updated equipment, group finds
Task force discusses facility improvements to better prepare students for work force

Annual Spring Film Festival has childhood theme
PC brings movies with free student
admission to campus

Here's lookin' at you

Yvette Herrera/SPECIAL TO THE SKIFF

Nick Kirk, a junior sculpture major, examines "How They Taught Me," a steel plaster created by John Frost. The John Frost MFA Thesis Exhibition will be on display in the J.M. Moudy Exhibition Hall in Moudy Building North until Friday.


 
Opinion

Make It Easy
FrogNet can improve registration more

Chew on this: tasty tidbits to talk about

Letters to the editor

Students speak out
If you could change one thing about TCU, what would it be and why?

 
Features

Still seeking answers
Revisiting high school leaves student unsure of past experiences, post-graduation future

Photos by Lety Laurel


 
Sports

Thomas balances dual roles, competes in track and basketball

Kapler has fans yelling, 'Juan who?'

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior Janice Thomas explodes out of her stance in practice last week. Thomas also plays basketball for the Lady Frogs.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you been or are you planning on being advised?

Yes: 73  No: 27

 

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