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October 10, 2000

 

News

University to switch health insurance carriers Jan. 1
Committee recommends school change to UnitedHealthcare plan

Key topics to be discussed at luncheon
Commission recommendations include curriculum changes

Vein of Influence
Blood drive working to increase donor numbers with added publicity, support

New hot water boilers installed
Beasley, Sid W. Richardson Building, library left without heat

Magnet Mania

Rachel Williams, a senior music education major,
adds style to her personalized magnet at a social function for Tau Beta Sigma. The band service sorority hosted an evening of food and crafts to promote sisterhood in the band.


 

Opinion

Thanks & spanks
SemesterŐs highlights, lowlights

BeatyŐs courage a gift

Government can’t be relied on for safety
ItŐs citizens job to increase morality and safety of children in public school system

 


 

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Sports

Frogs ground warriors
TCU stays undefeated with victory

Tailback returns to form
Tomlinson adds to his eight records

Men’s soccer team falls to 6-5
Team struggling in first year in MVC, coach says

Women lose 2-0 to SMU
Soccer team goes to 6-7-1 for season

Volley Frogs’ four-game win streak ended
Troudt still optimistic after two road losses

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR Horned Frogs’ senior defensive end Aaron Schobel (right) leaps in an attempt to disrupt Hawaii freshman quarterback Timmy Chang. TCU senior tailback LaDainian Tomlinson (below) finds running room through the Hawaii defense Saturday en route to a season-high 294 yards. TCU remains undefeated with its 41-21 victory over the Warriors.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you donating blood to the Alpha Phi Omega blood drive?

Yes: 23 No: 77


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