TODAY
September 12, 2000

 

News

House of Reps prepares for fall semester
Members to focus on increasing student involvement

Dependents of faculty, staff receive benefits
Program provides tuition aid at more than 480 universities

House aspires to be more involved in student life
Retreat gets representatives ready for new year

 

Art appreciation

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Megan Botte, a junior psychology major, looks at two of the pieces of art at the 18th Annual Art in the Metroplex exhibition at the J.M. Moudy Building this weekend.y.


 

Opinion

Moviegoers show no respect

Dogmas as unbending as laws of mathematics
Strong beliefs of definition of truth should not lead to ‘restricted,’ ‘limited’ labels

Knight-mare Ends
Indiana coach needed self-discipline

Boy Scouts teach discrimination, not preparedness

John Araujo/Skiff Staff


 

Features

 

 

 

 


 

Sports

Golf team claims victory in season opener

Assist record broken
Hayes secures spot on tournament teams

Sack attack
Frogs topple Nevada by 31 points; Tomlinson, defense shine in win

 

Tom Pennington/Fort Worth Star-Telegram
The TCU defense converges on Nevada quarterback David Neill for one of its 15 sacks Saturday. The Horned Frogs allowed just 11 yards rushing on 36 carries. The 41-10 victory was the Frogs sixth consecutive win dating back to last season..


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you agree with Bob Knight’s firing?

Yes: 49  No: 25  Huh? 26


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