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October 06, 2000

 

News

Smiths donate $10.5 million for building
Entrepreneurs Hall to house classrooms in Ryffel Center

Family Weekend kicks off today
More members join to help PC prepare ‘TCU Frog Challenge 2000’

Graduate programs become a priority
Increased funding would help visibility

Fall Recruitment to be studied by committee
Group to look at impact on academics

Students make questions heard
Constituency Day allows students to voice concerns

Get a grip

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Chris Bridges, a freshman business major, climbs an artificial rock wall in front of the Student Center Thursday afternoon.


 

Opinion

Short changed
Give the SGA a chance to succeed

Keep abortion as option

All tied to same destiny

 


 

Art & Entertainment

Wonders of Women
Women’s Museum shows strong future, past

British film series to be viewed on campus
TCU Triangle, Allies attempt to honor, raise awareness for National Coming Out Day

 

 

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF
A screen portrays images of women athletes in the Breaking the Boundaries section of the new the WomenÕs Museum: An Institute for the Future. The museum is in DallasÕ Fair Park.


 

Sports

Reflections of last season
Hawaii reminiscent of last year’s Frogs

Men’s soccer team to take on Tulsa
Team looks forward to home
game against long-time rival

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Senior tailback LaDainian Tomlinson runs through a hole for another gain Sept. 16 against Northwestern. Tomlinson is second in the country, averaging 170 yards a game.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think Recruitment should be deferred?

Yes: 60 No: 40


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