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September 29, 2000



Wage increase to aid TCU Police Department
Higher salaries will make it easier to hire officers, McGee says

Heritage month aims to educate
Latin heritage activities bring in few supporters

Site offers tips about professors, classes
Students to launch

Students manage $2 million fund
EIF is investment experience


Olympic hopefuls?

Patrick OĠNeill, a senior business major; Jason Barr, a sophomore business management major; Dustin Van Orne, a sophomore art history major; and club president David Elizalde, a junior graphic design major, participate in the first downhill luge, sponsored by the TCU Skateboarding Club in honor of the 2000 Olympic Games. Club meetings are 9 p.m. Thursdays in the Student Center Lounge.



Get over fear of evolution

Bias Unnatural
Forced fairness is disappointing

Web site undermines true nature of democracy



Arts & Enetertainment

Heathen Valley
Questions go unanswered in TCU Theatre productions

Coming Soon
Fall schedule produces variety of new shows, movies, music

Movie Review
Remember the Titans

CD Review
Photek: Solaris


Special to the Skiff
Sophomore theater major John de los Santos, who plays Billy, and sophomore theater performance major Matthew Moore, who plays Starns, contemplate the role of religion in “Heathen Valley.” The play opened Wednesday and will run through Sunday in the Hays Theatre.



One if by air, won if by land
Frogs approach Navy with care

Youthful ambition
Women’s coach looks for young team to return to WAC championships

Senior wide receiver takes charge
Cedric James focuses on level of concentration on way to the end zone

Franchione wants further improvement

Men’s soccer to compete in MVC


Senior tailback LaDainian Tomlinson slips a tackle against Northwestern on Sept. 16. Tomlinson ran for a season-low 140 yards last week against Arkansas State.


Purple Poll:

Are you going to attend a performance of ‘Heathen Valley?’

Yes: 21 No: 79

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