WEDNESDAY
April 26, 2000

 
News

4 elected to lead House
committees
$280 clock purchase approved for The Main

'Jesus Christ Superstar' sells out
Theater production portrays Jesus in contemporary setting

Student running for Arlington City Council

Balancing business, education
Faculty, administration examine value of both sides
 
Schorr criticizes TV journalism
Veteran reporter says news must focus on content, not cosmetics

'Jesus Christ Superstar'

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

TCU theater students rehearse for their upcoming performance of "Jesus Christ Superstar." The sold-out show will be performed today through Sunday in the Hays Theatre.


 
Opinion

Participation
Go voice opinions, vote for your views

Real-world life requires changes

Believing in dreams will lead the way to special place in world

Seniors speak out
What changes have you seen at TCU during your time here?

 
Features

Coming soon to a theater near you
Action flicks to flood summer box offices

Universal/DreamWorks Pictures

'Gladiator' - May 5


 
Sports

WAC secures bowl action for eligible teams
Arrangements made for three teams to play in postseason

Frogs make run at 24 wins, put pressure on WAC leaders
Team needs six wins in 10 games to reach coach's benchmark

NBA playoffs explained - A-Z, the meaning of it all

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Sophomore shortstop Erick Macha throws the ball to first base in the Frogs 9-7 win over Hawaii-Hilo on April 15. TCU plays seven of its last 10 games at home, starting with a three-game series against the Hawaii Rainbows.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you get asked a purple poll question Tuesday?

Yes: 100  No: 0

 

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