April 11, 2000


Sig Eps reclaim status
Fraternity readmitted to IFC as associate member

House to determine budgets
$275,000 to be allocated for 2000-01 fiscal year

Holocaust Memorial Week features display, 12-hour vigil
Yellow flags, stars serve as a reminder of suffering, death caused by Holocaust
Conference addresses purpose of inclusiveness in higher education
'No ordinary show'
Theater series presents versatility of Russian playwright
Skiff, Image leaders chosen
Editors in chief, ad manager discuss plans for upcoming semester

All that jazz


Chris Vadala, the guest artist at the 23rd Annual TCU Jazz Festival, performs on his soprano saxophone.


Money matters
Trustees should reflect university

Seek ye first the kingdom of love
'The Lost' may be found through acceptance, not by believing dogma

Women's accomplishments, rights should be remembered


Running for life
Thousands gather to 'Race for a Cure' for breast cancer

Cancer Monster doesn't always take its victims
Student's worst fear takes on human faces as family, friend diagnosed with disease


SuperFrog participated in the warm-up exercises held in the Daniel-Meyer Coliseum parking lot before the 8:30 a.m. 5K race began Saturday.


White defeats Purple in 8-7 victory
Annual spring scrimmage leaves football team with more options

Tennis team beats Tulane, New Orleans
Women hold on to No. 25 ranking, improve to 16-4

Men's tennis team bounces Owls off court, 6-1
Frogs Lock Horns with UT, Part V
Frogs take up bats, prepare to do battle against Longhorns
Lineup change brings win; Frogs avoid sweep
' I think it was just time to get a different look,' player says

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior catcher Jason Price scores as the ball gets away from the Fresno State catcher in TCU's 10-1 win Sunday. The victory was the Frogs' only one in last weekend's three-game series.

Purple Poll:

Are you going to the 'Battle of the Ballpark' today?

Yes: 26  No: 74


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