WEDNESDAY
April 12, 2000

 
News

House recommends finals schedule review
SGA budgets for next year pass despite opposition, lack of debate

Poet laureate to speak at Honors Convocation
Robert Pinsky will discuss 'Learning and Art' at Honors Program's annual event

Ware announces departure
Nationwide search for new admissions dean underway

Little shop of memories
Local Barber shop owner shows off Frog memorabilia

Small memorial

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Anya Garcia, a sophomore neuroscience major, places a yellow flag in front of Sadler Hall Monday night. Six hundred flags were placed into the ground, each one representing 10,000 victims of the Holocaust.


 
Opinion

Never forget
Participation in event key to remembering

Free speech should not cover porn
 

God is just a theory, sometimes a premise, in our classrooms

Students speak out
What requirements do you think are important for admission to TCU?

 
Sports

Golfers place in televised tournament

VolleyFrogs get bounced out of tournament
TCU loses three matches; plays under new rules

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior pitcher David Tombrella delivers a pitch in the Frogs' 10-1 victory over Fresno St. Sunday. The TCU-UT matchup at The Ballpark in Arlington was rained out Tuesday night and will not be rescheduled. Ticket holders have three redemption options: Half off any upper reserved seat at a 2000 Texas Rangers home game, free admission to any remaining 2000 TCU home game or redemption for the 2001 Battle at The Ballpark.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going to participate in Holocaust Memorial Week activities?

Yes: 17  No: 54 Don't Know: 19

 

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