TODAY
September 6, 2000

 

News

University stays in second tier in annual rankings
School’s academic reputation, freshmen retention rate increases

Fort Worth area suffers drought
Voluntary water restrictions could be put into effect soon

UT Austin prepares for staff ‘sickout’
Similar event at TCU unlikely, staff says

House elections to be held today
Terms begin Saturday; first House meeting Sept. 12

Learning by Ear

Tyson Trice/STAFF REPORTER
Professor Ronald Shirey conducts a choir concert rehearsal last week. Jules Woodson, a sophomore elementary education major, and the rest of the choir will perform at 7 p.m. Sept. 18 in Ed Landreth Hall.


 

Opinion

Judgment based on hate
‘Thought Police’ cannot decide guilty verdict

Campus Waste
Water conservation should be priority

State programs should not limit young drivers
Proposed plan for new commuter regulations crushes responsible teenagers’ rights

Presidential candidates should keep religion, politics separate


 

Health

 

Sunbathing Beauties
Tans: summer ‘necessity’ can be a health hazard

 

 

 

Sports

Hayes set to surpass previous records
Volley Frogs led by junior setter’s playing ability

Volley Frogs win one
Team optimistic after showing at Ohio tournament

Rickel gets revamped
Indoor track, outdoor pool part of improvements

 

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF
Senior Lindsay Hayes sets up another TCU kill in a game last fall. Hayes entered the 2000 season 271 assists behind Annie Gant’s all-time assist record. In 1999, Hayes also broke Gant’s single-season assists per game record.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Should TCU put restrictions on water usage?

Yes: 54 No: 46


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