FRIDAY
April 28, 2000

 
News

Faculty Senate to recommend UCR revisions
Adding professors, delaying Recruitment will also be discussed

Task forces to move to next level
Group finalizes reports; to compile suggestions in June
 
Task forces focus on fine arts, health, technology

Group proposes international flag display
Exhibit to represent diversity, students from abroad, organizers say

TCU Senior Toast

Lauren McDonald/SPECIAL TO THE SKIFF

Students celebrate at a senior toast held Thursday night behind the Dee J. Kelly Alumni & Visitors Center.


 
Opinion

A simple thanks
Spring 2000 brings news-filled semester

Honesty can go a long way

Personal growth fostered by faith

Learning life's lessons
Road to who you are not set in stone

 

 
Sports

Frogs beat Rainbows in series opener
Rogers overcomes injury in win; team says sweep against Hawaii is important for future

Frogs take swing at WAC Championship and miss
Women's golf team loses tournament to Tulsa by three strokes

Tennis teams begin play at WAC championships
 
Bonner uses judo knowledge, skills to win two gold medals
 
The sound of silence
Lack of attendance, traditional baseball aura at home games blamed on inadequate facilities

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF

Junior pitcher Chris Bradshaw tries to tag out a Hawaii runner at the plate during Thursday's 4-1 win by TCU. Bradshaw pitched a complete game, giving up eight hits and striking out three.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:

Should Purple Poll be continued next semester?

Yes: 83  No: 16 Maybe: 1

 

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