TUESDAY
September 22, 1998.

 
News
 
Wreck on Berry injures three
Accident involving TCU officer results in five-vehicle collision.
 
Open house breaks in
performing arts center
 
Waterlogged
Sprinklers improve grounds, annoy students
 
Student mentors encourage reading
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Another TL+2Bold

 

David Dunai/SKIFF STAFF

David Lewis, a sophomore music education major, plays the contrabass clarinet Sunday at the grand opening celebrations at the Walsh Center for Performing Arts. Lewis is a member of the TCU Wind Symphony, directed by Greg Clemons, which performed in the Broyles/Breeden Instrumental Rehearsal Room.

 
Opinion
 
Damage is Done
Motives of tape release questionable
 
Vanity plates provide EGO4U
 
Real-life fears block ambitions
Graduating students settle for safe path instead of true success
 
Truth lost in distortion

 
Sports
 
Women's soccer goals on track
 
Volleyfrogs performance strong in TCU Invitational

David Dunai/SKIFF STAFF

Freshman midfielder Erin McNeil (right) and sophomore midfielder Allison Calleri battle a Centenary College player for possession of the ball during the Frogs' 3-2 victory Sunday.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:
 
Did you go to the Walsh Center grand opening?
 
Yes: 12  No: 88

 

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