TODAY
August 13, 2000

 

News

Convocation focuses on future plans
Chancellor honors professors, reveals goals for new year

Some schools nix SAT requirement
TCU still requires test for admission

House secretary resigns
Cordova appointed for remainder of semester

Teacher shortage grows in Texas

Greek 101 focuses on drugs, alcohol abuse


Convocation focuses on future

Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF
Rhonda Hatcher, an associate professor of mathematics, accepts the Chancellor’s Award for Distinguished Teaching at the Fall Convocation held Tuesday. She received $20,000 as part of the award. Students described Hatcher, in their nominations, as a coach, cheerleader and mentor.


 

Opinion

Ferrari's Future
Chancellor moves TCU forwards

Violence needs censorship

Religiously incorrect
Catholicism not an only-way road



 

Fashion

Body Expressions
Tattoo art not just for young rebels; form of expression

 

 

Shoes take first step in fashion

 

Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF
A tattoo artist at Randy Adams Tattoo Studio on Lancaster Avenue fills in the color on a tattoo of the sun on freshman biology major Kyle JanakÕs back.


 

Sports

Frogs survive road trip
Women’s soccer ties Arkansas, beats OSU

Frogs already searching for recruits
Football team receives oral commitments

 

 

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF
Freshman quarterback Brandon Hassell works on passing patterns at practice earlier this season. The Horned Frogs open their home schedule this weekend against Northwestern. TCU is 1-0 after beating Nevada 41-10 last Saturday.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you go to Fall Convocation?

Yes: 16 No: 84


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