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October 19, 2000

 

News

Accident won’t prompt more safety plans
Measures taken last year improved pedestrian safety, officials say

Enhancing expectationse
TCU to offer higher learning for educational leadership

Speaker tries to remove stereotypes about religion

Going Global?
International Foundation sponsors student-led forum

Run for glory

Sarah Kirschberg/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Brad Yudizky, a senior history major, attempts to run for a touchdown on the final play of an intramural football game between Lamda Chi Alpha and Sigma Alpha Epsilon Wednesday. Yudizky and his SAE team defeated the Lamda Chi squad in double overtime.


 

Opinion

America is the clear loser in presidential debates

Place more emphasis on talent, focus less on fitting an image

Safety increased
Improvements should be perpetual


 

Health

Site Seeing
Think the Web can provide reliable health information?
One student’s journey through the virtual world

 

 

 


 

Sports

A successful mistake
Kaylakie earns trust of coaching staff after
being virtual unknown

Motivation serves as Volley Frogs’ final report card
Troudt says wins show team is ready for tough October matches

Women’s soccer seeks road wins
Frogs try to duplicate home success against Hawaii in Honolulu

 

File photo
Senior place kicker Chris Kaylakie connects on a field goal against Hawaii on Oct. 7. If he continues at his current scoring pace, Kaylakie will finish his career as TCU’s second-highest scoring kicker.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you think college costs should increase?

Yes: 2 No: 98


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