TODAY
September 27, 2000

 

News

Intramural fields may get lights
TCU seeks to appease neighbors concerns

Syllabi to be available over Internet
Course information will be ready for Spring registration

Supplements not provided by colleges
Athletes must pay for dietary supplements

‘Heathen Valley’ begins performances
Story shows struggle between joys, duty

Making connections

Lauren McDonald/SKIFF STAFF
Megan Nolasco, a sophomore finance major, and Carmen Orozco-Acosta, a sophomore psychology major, talk with Christy Haubegger, president, publisher, and founder of Latina magazine at the reception following her lecture Tuesday evening in the
Student Center Ballroom.


 

Opinion

Watch for hugging hazards
Students should not be punished for showing affection

Cultural neglect
College should promote heritagec

Blood donation process needs to be open to everyone


 

Fashion

Catwalk
Versace Fall/Winter 2000

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR


 

Sports

Women’s golf stays strong
Team copes without Stanford

Consistent Threat
Printers continues to improve as sophomore balances offensive play

Unneeded spectacle is unsportsmanlike

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Sophomore quarterback Casey Printers attempts to avoid Arkansas State senior linebacker Segun Ajigbeda. Printers had his best game of the season on Saturday when he threw for 204 yards and three touchdowns. Printers improved to 11-2 as a starter at TCU.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you use dietary supplements?

Yes: 14 No: 86


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