FRIDAY
September 18, 1998.

 
News
 
Academic year officially begins
Ferrari outlines 10 'emphases'
 
Flowers awarded for teaching
 
Shuttle bus hoped to alleviate problems
Worth Hills students can't park cars on main campus starting Oct. 1.
 
Return of the Jitterbug
Swing dancing is experiencing a revival in Fort Worth
 
New financial software causes budget problems

 

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs William Koehler (right) congratulates Ronald Flowers, chairman of the religion department, on being given the Chancellor's Award for Distinguished Teaching at Fall Convocation on Thursday in Ed Landreth Hall Auditorium.

 
Opinion
 
Bright Ideas
Ferrari presents valuable goals for TCU
 
Clinton eclipses the real news
 
Diversity not all it's cracked up to be
 
Replacement of Lariats sacrifices TCU traditions

 
Sports
 
Volleyfrogs hope to end losing streak
 
Heisman battle is limited
 
Tennis tournament helps charity

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

The volleyball team, shown here in a recent practice, will host a tournament this weekend. Games will be played Friday and Saturday in the Rickel Building.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:
 
Do you ever go swing dancing?
 
Yes: 25  No: 75

 

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