THURSDAY
April 6, 2000

 
News

Runners race toward breast cancer cure
Fort Worth race moved to campus because of destruction to downtown

Group to recommend training for department heads
Report to Faculty Senate addresses concerns with paperwork, lack of time

Demand for Texas teachers high
State will graduate 15,000 new educators; districts looking to fill 74,000 slots

Asian Festival

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Sachi Hashizume (left), Tomomi Nakata and Brittany Filewood (back) perform a traditional Japanese dance called the Sakura, meaning "Cherry Blossom," on Wednesday in the Student Center Lounge. The dance was part of the Asian Student Association's annual Asian Festival.


 
Opinion

Taking Baby Steps
TCU still drags its feet in gender equality

Some things are best left to men
Mustaches, tobacco are less than feminine

Student's kickin' chickin' to the curb

Letters to the editor

 
Features

Attacking Allergies
Fighting spring allergies leaves students sniffling and sneezing; over-the-counter prescription medicine companies feel boom

Photo illustration by Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Local allergy experts say springtime is especially difficult for allergy sufferers because of the pollen found on flowers.


 
Sports

Track teams head to Texas Relays
Although Rained on at last meet, Frogs say confidence gained will lead to Relays wins

Season proved to be exciting, as usual

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Carla Poole, a freshman hurdler, leaps over a hurdle during practice. Poole and the rest of the TCU women's track team will participate in the Texas Relays this weekend in Austin. The men's team will also compete.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going to participate in the Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure?

Yes: 11  No: 89

 

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