WEDNESDAY
September 23, 1998.

 
News
 
Drug offenses could result
in loss of aid
Bill could cause federal college money to be revoked if passed.
 
Jewish author to share voice
 
Campus safety major concern of House
 
Visiting scholar to share study of Chile
 
Cowboy dreams
State Fair honors life-long rancher, ex-TCU employee
Cutting-edge art

 

 

Tom Spann/SKIFF STAFF

David Allen, a post-graduate sculpture major, works on a three-dimensional sculpture on Tuesday afternoon in the North Moudy Building.

 
Opinion
 
More Than Aid
The punishments should fit the crimes
 
Emotion has no place in courts
 
Attendance important
 
Letters to the editor

 
Sports
 
Men's soccer defeats Centenary at home
 
Cross country teams place 1st, 2nd in SMU track meet
 
Pape earns MVP honors

David Dunai/SKIFF STAFF

Senior midfielder Darin Hogue attempts to score in the Frogs' 2-0 victory over Centenary on Sunday. The Frogs face Midwestern State at 4 p.m. today at the TCU soccer field.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:
 
Should students caught with drugs lose their financial aid?
 
Yes: 63  No: 37

 

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