THURSDAY
April 13, 2000

 
News

Funds to go to marketing university
$400,000 budget to be allocated based on Commission's requests

Festival features folk, classical music, dance party
Latin American Music Festival to celebrate differences, uniqueness of cultures' music

Task force studies curriculum, existing programs
Issues to be divided, discussed among four subcommittees

Criminal justice majors not confined to police careers

Dressing the part

Jimmy Nam/SKIFF STAFF

Jorge Castaneda, (left) a sophomore theater major, and David Murden, a junior theater major, rehearse for the upcoming play, "Swan Song." The play will take place at 5 p.m. today and Friday at University Theatre.


 
Opinion

Cleaning House
Issues must not be swept under the rug

Local DJs out-gross French
On-air demo shows we laugh at increasingly perverse humor

Dogma bashing an ineffective response

Thanks & Spanks

 
Life

The High Life
While the percentage of students using drugs is low, many are still getting lit

Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF

Experts said drug use can be an expensive habit, especially if students are purchasing drugs other than marijuana. However, drugs such as acid, shrooms and ecstasy, are slowly becoming increasingly available for students.


 
Sports

Opening Day
First day of play has always been favorite of fans, players

Track team sets records, dominates Texas Relays
Frogs post more victories than any other TCU team in history

Matt Welnack/SPORTS EDITOR

Chicago White Sox designated hitter Frank Thomas signs autographs for fans who arrive early to the Texas Rangers season opener.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think it is OK for SGA to spend student fees on food for themselves?

Yes: 30 No: 69 Maybe: 1

 

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