TUESDAY
October 20, 1998.

 
News
 
'Newsradio' star to bring laughs
 
Retreat focuses on a diverse campus
 
Students encourage responsible drinking
 
Event to showcase graduate schools
 
Signing
Walk the WALK
 
 

Amy Stence/SKIFF STAFF

Ty Schepis (left), a senior neuroscience major, and Katie Hale, a freshman arts and sciences premajor, help at the CROP WALK on Sunday near Amon Carter Stadium. The University Ministries-sponsored 5K race helped raise money to fight world hunger.

 
Opinion
 
Sober Promise
Students pledge to drink responsibly
 
Names change, not policies
 
Giving works best when it comes from the heart
 
NBA players' lockout belittles plight of lesser-known groups

 
Sports
 
Mustangs gallop over Frogs
 
Report Card
 
Rival writer enjoys his moment of glory

John Shaw/SKIFF STAFF

Junior safety Reggie Hunt makes a tackle on Southern Methodist University tailback Kelsey Adams in Saturday's game at the Cotton Bowl. Adams scored the game's only touchdown on a 55-yard jaunt in the fourth quarter, vaulting the Mustangs to a 10-6 victory over the Horned Frogs.


 
Campus
Purple Poll:
 
Are you considering going to grad school?
 
Yes: 81  No: 19

 

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