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September 28, 2000

 

News

Fire ignites in storage room
Supplies, food damages estimated at $30,000

Student dies on Tuesday
Cause of death undetermined

Career after college focus of retreat
SGA strives for inclusiveness

ROTC does its dirty work cleaning stadium
Group takes out the trash to raise funds

Size of philosophy department reduced
Fewer professors cause fewer class choices

Fire ignites in storage room

Erin Munger/STAFF REPORTER
Adam Haynie, a senior criminal justice major, looks at the ticket he received for a traffic violation Monday.


 

Opinion

Students should take action
Complacency gives campus false sense of security

University should restrict access to personal info

Diversity of religious beliefs should not be compromised

ThatÕs Garbage
ÔDonÕt mess with TexasÕ Christian U.


 

Features

Much-needed
Bed and breakfast provides comforting outlet from dorm atmosphere, real world

 

 

 

One of the guests at the Texas White House Bed and Breakfast talks on his cellular phone while sitting on a wicker love seat on the front porch.


 

Sports

U.S. drug scandals spark IOC resentment
Olympic officials critical of U.S. testing methods

Similar problems involved in crash

Volley FrogsÕ streak ends
Team loses to SWT; record goes to 9-7 for season

 

Sophomore outside hitter Stephanie Watson plays the ball in a match against Southern Methodist last season. TCU opened Western Athletic Conference play this season against SMU last Friday with a 3-1 win. The Volley Frogs (9-7) will play Tulsa on Saturday.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going on the University retreat?

Yes: 3 No: 97


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