TODAY
September 08, 2000

 

News

Interfraternity Council adopts new statement
Statement modeled after TCU’s

CDC recommends meningitis vaccination
Potentially fatal disease passed through respiratory secretions

Annual art show begins Saturday
Exhibition features modern art

Events calendar moved online
Some say hard copy form of calendar/handbook is more accessible

Swingin’ Good Time

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Erin Williams, a junior Spanish major, plays with 4-year-old Michael Howse at the Jarvis Hall barbecue on Thursday afternoon. Williams was one of over 20 Jarvis residents who were able to enjoy a relief from 100-degree temperatures.


 

Opinion

Letting go just not that easy
That ‘funny feeling’ can only be healed with time

United in action
Meetings need to produce peace

Religion, politics do not mix
Bi-line in italics

In your words
Letters to the editor

Patrick Harris/Skiff Staff

 

Arts and Entertainment

Days and Nights
Activities abound in the Dallas/Fort Worth area

 

Lauren McFarland/ SKIFF STAFF
The Fort Worth Stockyards can be an enjoyable and educational way to spend an afternoon.


 

Sports

Frogs begin season against Nevada
Football team prepared for season opener under pressure of spotlight

Women’s soccer team faces road trip
Team moves forward in non-conference play

Rifle team shoots higher
Team looking to improve on last yearŐs season

Men’s golf team to play at Invitational
Team hopes strong play continues

Behind the muscles
Strength coach builds unity in the weight room

 

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF
Sophomore center Jamal Powell works on his blocking technique this week at one of the last preseason practices. The Frogs are in Reno, Nev. this weekend to open the season against the Wolf Pack. The game will televised on KStar/Channel 49.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you visited the online event calendar?

Yes: 18  No: 62   Huh?: 20


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