TODAY
September 21, 2000

 

News

Internet connection quickened
Internet connection quickened

Clintons cleared in Whitewater

Black Alumni Alliance provides link to university
New organization includes cooperation with SMU

Emerging Leaders II breaks barriers
Class seeks to bring Greek organizations together through leadership

Noble presentation

Elie Wiesel, a Holocaust survivor and Nobel Laureate, speaks at TCU‘s annual Gates of Chai Lecture last night in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. Wiesel spoke on ‘‘The Seduction and Dangers of Fanaticism,’’ before about 4,000 audience members.

     

 

Opinion

Debate lockout
Nader, Buchanan should be allowed in

Put a stop to racial profiling, affirmative action

George W. Bush should step up to podium, take on debates


 

Features

Fighting the Fix
Inhaling: why the addiction is so hard to squash; students choose sides on cigarette smoking issue

 

 

Sophomore radio-TV-film major Josiah Miller (left) and sophomore premajor Jason Barr, take a cigarette break in between Moudy Building North and South.


 

Sports

No goals
Freshman goalie steps into position with three shutouts

MenÕs golf team overcomes course

Volley Frogs preparing for WAC
Team hopes to improve on play, inject new sense of familiarity

Aikman to return as starter
Evaluation shows quarterback ready

 

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF Freshman goalkeeper Shannon Wagner leaps to make a save during practice Wednesday. For the season, Wagner has helped lead the womenÕs soccer team to a 5-3-1 start. She has three shutouts and a 1.15 goals against average.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

This is debatable, but you may want to publish the PP results here.

Yes: 6 No: 94


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