TODAY
September 15, 2000

 

News

Beyond the sadness
Hope endures after a year of healing at Wedgwood Baptist

Availability of oral contraceptive debated
At least 160 TCU students a month obtain the pill

Argentine governor touts rise in economy
Speech highlights improvements to province

Shooting victim, witnesses recall events of tragic night
Church members remain hopeful after slayings

Parents hope video about slain daughter will inspire others

 

David Dunai/co-photo editor

Bill Arey, a Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary student and part-time custodian for the church, flips through a scrapbook of newspaper clippings about the shooting and the aftermath.ion Monday.


 

Opinion

Complexity proves creation
Genesis is easier to believe than evolution theory

Remembering
Reminders still strong after tragedy

Spears controversy shows value of entertainment
Britney’s outfit should be seen as capitalist use of gifts, not degradation of women



 

Art & Entertainment

All the World’s a Stage
Local theater performances offer chance to learn about humanity, tolerance cs

CD Review
Sunna: One Minute Science

Book Review
Sedaris’ essays provide some humor, despite life

 

Katherine Barr/skiff staff


 

Sports

Seeking Vengeance
Frogs set to take on Northwestern

Adding to History
Men’s tennis seeks 11th straight NCAA bid

Team faces tough competitors at home
Women’s soccer team still seeks improvement

Golf team ready for Inverness

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Senior tailback LaDainian Tomlinson attempts to avoid a tackle in the FrogsŐ 21-0 victory against Southern Methodist last season. Tomlinson ran for 176 yards and three touchdowns in the FrogsŐ 41-10 win against Nevada last weekend.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think birth control pills should be abvailable over-the-counter?

Yes: 59 No: 41


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