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October 05, 2000

 

News

Committee to look into new health care provider
Current contract with PacifiCare will expire at the end of December

Construction on Tucker building soon underway
University reviews project to reduce $25 million costs

Cheerleading scholarships could be a reality next year
Tucker donates $5,000 to initiate $25,000 endowment

Polls show minimal change after debate
Bush and Gore begin debates with attacks on each otherÕs plans

License to Vote

Sarah Kirschberg/CO-PHOTO EDITOR Brian Casebolt, chairman of Academic Affairs Committee in House of Representatives, and Scott Geer, a sophomore advertising/public relations major, explain to Stephanie Horner, a senior marketing major, how to fill out a voterÕs registration form.


 

Opinion

Blank ballots
Make mark to affect our issues

Races need a reality check
Look closer at biases before making snap judgments

Nader obvious presidential choice after debate

Black pride stems from continued lack of color in the world


 

Features

Faces and News
A look at the people who bring life to the university

 

 

 


 

Sports

Road trip to experience
Volley Frogs face Nevada and No. 2

Quiet Deadly
Overlooked defense a big part of teamÕs success, coaches say

Wisconsin suspends three athletes

 

Hillary Morgan/SKIFF STAFF At 10-7, the TCU volleyball team is off to its best start in the programÕs five-year history. The Frogs will be tested this weekend when they play on the road at Nevada and the nationÕs No. 2-ranked Hawaii.


 

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