TODAY

September 14, 2000


 

News

Board of Trustees embark on retreat
Members join to discuss task force recommendations

Frog Calls to arrive in two weeks
Student, staff directory compiled by three offices

Student participates in dual-degree program
Exchange program provides experience for Maga–a

Inspiration out of desperation
Library displays paintings

Inspiration out of desperation

Photos by Krystal Powell/SKIFF STAFF
William Gray, a junior business major, looks at paintings by artist Marie Cedars at the Mary Couts Burnett Library Wednesday evening. CedarsŐ paintings are based on the novel ŇThe Six Days of Destruction: Meditations Toward HopeÓ and were inspired by the Holocaust survivor Elie Weisel. The works of artist Marie Cedars will be on display in the Mary Couts Burnett Library until Oct. 1.


 

Opinion

Learning, too
Student life more than school spirit

Doctors canŐt play God
Parents shouldnŐt have to choose between children

Recognition, tuition not enough for college athletes

 

 


 

Features

Looking to the Future
Student from Ukraine given opportunity to live out dreams

 

 


 

Sports

MenŐs soccer team loses to Texas Wesleyan
Loss forces the Frogs to refocus their efforts for weekend game

Volley Frogs move to 5-4

Tailgate parties, ticket sales look to raise spirit
Team wins three, loses one at Missouri tourney

 

 


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think standardized test scores should be used in college admissions?

Yes: 58  No: 42


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