TODAY
September 20, 2000

 

News

Student arrested for possession of drugs
20-year-old apprehended after tip from U.S. Customs agent

Holocaust survivor to give speech
Wiesel tells survival story; travels to witness

Poetry in music
Chorale performs Mulholland’s pieces

Walker teaches dedication
New Lt. Col. brings 21 years of leadership to ROTC

Blind run

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF
Members of Phi Kappa Sigma run across campus Tuesday afternoon to show support for Anchor Splash. Anchor Splash is an annual event hosted by the Delta Gamma sorority to raise money for Cook Children’s Medical Center Eye Clinic and other foundations for the blind.


 

Opinion

Ignorance of the Bard painful

Stop indifference
Take chance to learn from Wiesel

Gore’s attempt to censor Hollywood ludicrous

 


 

Life

Brewed to Perfection
Alumnus takes on brewing industry with new beer

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Sandidge and Mark Lopez founded the brewery. The partners created the taste of the lager Texas Light Beer.


 

Sports

Frogs scouted by Fiesta Bowl co-chairman
Football attracts national attention as program improves

Mittie adds to staff
New assistant coach welcomed

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Sophomore midfielder Rebecca Repaskey looks to advance the ball against an Alabama defender in the Horned Frogs’ 1-0 shutout of the Crimson Tide on Friday. Freshman Jenny Swanson scored the lone goal for TCU and freshman goalkeeper Shannon Wagner recorded her third shutout of the season. TCU went to Oklahoma to face the Sooners on Sunday — a 2-1 Horned Frog loss. Oklahoma took a 2-0 lead on goals from sophomore Shannon Wing and junior Jonette Coquat. Senior midfielder Jennifer Maunder scored her third goal of the season with an assist from sophomore Nicole Carman. The Frogs (5-3-1) head to Durham, N.C. to play Duke Friday and No. 1-ranked North Carolina Sunday.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you planning to attend the Wiesel lecture?

Yes: 51 No: 49


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