FRIDAY
April 7, 2000

 
News

Housing sign up expected to be online by 2001
Residential Services officials say process will be more efficient

Task force to assess Neeley status
$60 million to $70 million needed over next 10 years to improve school

Jazz fest to feature high school competition
Proceeds to benefit ensemble's appearance at European festivals

Ryffel appointed to Board of Trustees
Entrepreneur extended invitation because of character, dedication to TCU, Ferrari says

Swing into Spring

Cory McBride/SPECIAL TO THE SKIFF

Andrew Delatorre, a junior advertising/public relations major, and Merideth Moore, a freshman graphic design major, enjoy the nice weather Wednesday in front of Jarvis Hall.


 
Opinion

A better life?
Elian belongs in Cuba with father

Count not race census-tive

Thou shalt not misuse amendments

Marriage is an ever-changing world of love, honesty and intimacy

 
Features

Moment of scandal
'Man of the Moment' combines physical,
highbrow comedy to mock scandal-filled talk shows

Despite tornado, MAIN ST. Festival will go on
'Junkman' will use debris to make interactive art, monument

Vic's (Mark Waltz) constant criticism of Sharon (TCU alumna Lara Maerz) leads to her attempted suicide in the villa pool.


 
Sports

Pitching will be key to winning series
An early lead would give the Frogs
a boost over Bulldogs, players say

Positives show through sports world when negatives thrive

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore infielder Erick Macha swings through a pitch in a game earlier this season. The Frogs lost two games to the Oklahoma Sooners Tuesday, 16-13 and 5-2.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think housing sign up should be online?

Yes: 79  No: 21

 

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