FRIDAY
April 14, 2000

 
News

Poet laureate speaks at Honors Convocation
Pinsky says learning, arts genetically embedded in core of humans

Minority student applications increase
Change may be due to new recruiting tactics
 
Networking attracts international students

Minority leaders to be recognized at banquet
Networking attracts international students

Actors get Russia-ready
Theater students prepare for playwrights festival, culture shock

Spring training

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Nathan Keller, a junior speech communication major, plays football with friends outside Clark Hall Thursday.


 
Opinion

Give Bill a break
Verdict should be end of Clinton's trial

Math - calculators = learning

Identity of Jesus an 'absolute' necessity for ethics

Give honor to victims' memory
 

 
Sports

Championships on horizon for tennis teams
Women's tennis team faces Owls, Gauchos this weekend
 
Men's tennis team to face Anteaters, Bears this weekend

A whole new ball game
Collegiate baseball teams must adjust their hitting styles to comply with NCAA ruling

Women's golf places ninth in Arizona, finishes regular season
Players look forward to upcoming WAC championships, coach says

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior Trace Fielding and the TCU men's tennis team take on California-Irvine at 2 p.m. Saturday at the Bayard H. Friedman Tennis Center.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Should the president be investigated after he leaves office?

Yes: 30  No: 70

 

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