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October 03, 2000

 

News

New facilities to be built for Brite
Three-story complex in planning stage

Mother of rape victim speaks out
Andrea Cooper to share story of daughter’s suicide

Brite continues Jewish scholar search to head new program
Jewish courses to be added to curriculum with aid of $1 million

Hand to Heart

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Jennifer Burkhart, a senior English major, brings life to pieces of cardboard on Monday evening in Moudy Building North.


 

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State Fair



Corn dogs, carnivals and cows

2000 State Fair begins; various activities offered as entertainment or employment

 

 

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF
A band member performs while Big Tex overlooks the fairgrounds at the Texas State Fair.


 

Sports

Navy Goes Nowhere
Defense leads Frogs to win

Cross country runs well at Jamboree

Volley Frogs defeat Tulsa in five gamese
TCU improves record to 10-7 overall

 

Photos by Sharon M. Steinman/FORT WORTH STAR-TELEGRAM

TCU defense tackles Navy running back Raheem Lambert. Navy ran for just 112 yards and gained only 120 yards overall as the 14th-ranked Frogs won 24-0 Saturday in Annapolis, Md. (Above) Senior defensive end Shawn Worthen celebrates the Frogs’ shutout victory with his teammates and fans.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you going to watch the presidential debates?

Yes: 15 No: 85


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