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October 18, 2000

 

News

Political involvement low among students
Low voter turnout continues even as process becomes easier

Sid Richardson flood inconveniences some
Cost of water damages to be evaluated

Reliable rookie
‘Reserved’ officer is newest addition to TCU Police

 

En garde

George Brown, a theater professor, instructs Dave Murden, (left) a senior theater major, and Dimitar Orovcanec, (right) a senior theater and radio-TV-film major, in stage combat class Tuesday afternoon.


 

Opinion

Debates heard
Canceling accomplishes nothing

Problems need addressing
Issues need less talk, more action from university

Blame the toilet paper
Alternate choice would improve life

 


 

 

 

Life

Living the adventure
Highflying adventures take club to next level of excitement

 

 

Brandon Ortiz/SKIFF STAFF
Junior nursing major Kelly Patek rappels off Yellow Rock cliff at Devil’s Den State Park last weekend.


 

Sports

TCU looks for big finish
Women’s team finds solution to offensive woes

Undefeated, but not enough
Despite success, Frogs need tougher schedule to be considered for BCS bowl, national championship

 

 

David Dunai/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Senior midfielder Jennifer Maunder looks to advance the ball up the field during the Frogs’ 1-0 victory over Alabama Sept. 15 at Garvey Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. Maunder is second on the team in points (7), goals (3) and shots on goal (15).


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you feel safe crossing Stadium Drive?

Yes: 80  No: 20


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