TODAY
September 7, 2000

 

News

Staff Assembly to focus on salaries, benefits
Meetings will address equalizing wages within departments

Faculty Senate to meet today
Subcommittee duties, new deans presented

E-mail system upgraded
New Web-based server links entire campus

Leadership class uses unusual tactics
Methods challenge assumptions of Greeks

Flute finder

Sarah Kirschberg/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Elizabeth Young, a freshman music performance major, examines the flutes at the Fall Flute Show Tuesday afternoon in the Ed Landreth Hall Reception Room. The exhibit was hosted by Bobbi Prewitt, a professional flutist, repairwoman and owner of Band Instrument Exchange of Houston.


 

Opinion

Action figures liven campaign

LT Heisman campaign means win for university

Defend use of Napster against recording industry lawsuits

Bush vs. Gore
Race should not be reduced to bickering


 

Science and Technology

Site Seeing
Think the web can be fun and useful? One student’s journey through the virtual world

 

 

 

 


 

Sports

Montes penalty kick seals victory for Frogs

Missouri up next for Frogs

Golfer swings into success, focuses on team

 

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF
Sophomore forward Jon Meyers (7) and junior midfielder Nick Baker (15) converge on a ball. Centenary’s Garret Pickard tries to push up the right sideline Tuesday at the Garvey-Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. Meyers scored a goal in TCU’s 2-0 win.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you have access to your TCU e-mail account?

Yes: 78  No: 22


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