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October 04, 2000



Minority students focus of admissions’ goals
Minority, transfer enrollment up in TCU’s largest freshman class

Different recruitment strategies considered to increase diversity

House promotes, educates students on voting process
Booth in Student Center provides registration information for students

Bill to restructure SGA executive portion tabled
Proposal to change secretary, vice president positions

Cooper speaks on depression
Says support, help is needed

At play with clay

Mindy Edwards, the hall director for Wiggins Hall, works on the pottery wheel in Moudy Building North
Monday night.



Not for debate
Public has right to choose interests

White pride not a bad thing
Equality doesn’t mean pushing the majority under the minority

New found flying fear
Fatal airplane outburst makes student paranoid

in your words
letters to the edoitors

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A Splash of Color
Students dye hair in outrageous colors, patterns



Dustin Van Orne, a sophomore art history and radio-TV-film major; Josiah Miller, a sophomore radio-TV-film major; Justin Kiehl, a freshman premajor; and Allison Hester, a junior studio art major, show off their colorful hair. Van Orne bleached his hair blonde and added black circles to create a leopard-print appearance.



Women go 1-1 in WAC
Frogs’ soccer team loses to Tulsa, defeats UTEP

Franchione questions Navy’s defensive tactics



Sophomore forward Sherry Dick battles two Texas-El Paso players for the ball in the Horned Frogs’ 3-0 victory on Sunday. Dick scored her fifth goal of the season to finish the TCU scoring. The Frogs play next at Southern Methodist on Sunday.


Purple Poll:

Do you think all TV stations should be required to pre-empt scheduled programming for the debates?

Yes: 16 No: 84

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