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October 11, 2000

 

News

House votes to restructure SGA
Legislation awaits approval from the student body on Oct. 23

Variance to allow lights postponed
TCU waits for variance to light intramural field

Big plan in store for university
Renovation plans add up to $100 million

Drug case not yet filed against Oliver
Arraignment postponed until Nov. 15 in La.

Hot drinks, hot draw
Burnett Bistro celebrates grand opening today

Midterm madness

Rusty Simmons/ASSOCIATE EDITOR
(From left to right) Daniel Belcha, a junior sports broadcasting major; Josh Igeleke, a sophomore marketing major; Jonathan Savage, a senior accounting major; and Brandon Simmons, a senior engineering major prepare for their midterm exams in the Mary Couts Burnett Library Tuesday night.


 

Opinion

Cell phone need covers campus
Promise to lower use before consequences set in

White history, broadcasting stations already exist

blood donations
Students should give the gift of life

 


 

Travel

 

 


Planning the perfect trip
Organized vacation is the cure for stressed students in mid-terms

 

 

 


 

Sports

 

 

Soccer team suffers
Frogs battle injuries, look for standout scorer

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Junior fullback George Layne hurdles a Hawaii defensive back Saturday at Amon Carter Stadium. The Frogs rushed for 393 yards as they defeated the Warriors a 41-21.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Are you leaving town for Fall Break?

Yes: 65 No: 35


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