April 19, 2000


Shack built to raise awareness
Brite students present views on effects of globalization

'Cool' interaction
Social work, athletic departments tell elementary students to stay in school

House amends bylaws
Committees combined; Ferrari discusses future
Center aims to propel school status
Program will be first to use actual capital for teaching

School forms to help children with disorder
Program will also benefit TCU students

Katherine Barr/ Skiff staff

The makeshift shack, located on the lawn beside the Brite Divinity School, was built by students to raise awareness about the effects of globilization.


Getting involved
Event allows student to give back to city

Is the war on drugs a no-win venture?
War on drugs, zero tolerance policy flawed, needs to be reexamined

Quote unquote
Quote/Unquote is a collection of quotes found in the Skiff last week.

Letter to the editor
Student questions the 'flawed' image of Christians in column
Students speak out
What are your thoughts on stricter gun control measures?


Faces & Names
A look at the people who bring life to the university
Keith Whitworth, instructor of sociology
Ken Morgan, chairman of geology department
Chuck Barley, residential services
Jim Mayne, senior network engineer


VolleyFrogs split SMU tournament matches
Spring season more of a preseason, head coach says, to secure players into most workable team positions

File Photo

Sophomore outside hitter Marci King spikes a ball over the net while junior middle blocker Jennifer Sebastian looks on. The VolleyFrogs have participated in two tournaments in the past two weeks, one at Southern Methodist University last weekend and one at TCU the weekend before that.

Purple Poll:

Have you ever participated in a protest?

Yes: 13  No: 87


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