TUESDAY
April 18, 2000

 
News

Man arrested near Tandy
Bike-stealing suspect tackled by student, arrested by Fort Worth police

Renovations on schedule, officials say
August completion expected, hall to feature more accessibility

Student rewarded for cancer research
Josh Thaden receives $15,000 scholarship

Skiff, Image take top honors at journalism conference
Staff members awarded first place in five on-site competitions

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR

John McConnell, a junior marketing major, gives police his statement of the events that occurred Monday. A 46-year-old man was arrested for allegedly trying to take McConnell's bike outside Tandy Hall, so McConnell tackled the man to keep him from escaping.


 
Opinion

Banking on it
IMF protest not a simple issue

Music not the root of school evil

Misunderstanding offers life lessons, second chances
 
Brite students join protest of IMF, World Bank

 
Arts and Entertainment

Gettin' Fry-ed
Music Fair attracts thirsty listeners to 21st annual event

These boots also made for art
Artist displays exhibit focusing on shoes

Taking comedy seriously
Improviser makes most of moments on stage

The Dan Schwindt Quartet performs outside the entrance to the 21st Annual Fry Street Fair.


 
Sports

Frogs move into second with sweep over Hilo
Team carries momentum from series to play conference-leading San Jose State this week

Bears slash Frogs' perfect home record, 5-2
Men's tennis team loses at home, picks up strength for the road

Women's tennis team wins last 11 of 12 matches

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Senior pitcher Shawn Thompson follows through on a pitch in his outing against Hawaii-Hilo Friday. The Frogs won the game 2-1, and Thompson earned Western Athletic Conference pitcher of the week honors with his complete game.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you been inconvenienced by Foster Hall renovations?

Yes: 31 No: 69

 

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