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  TODAY
October 25, 2000

 

News

Opponents criticize motives behind SGA reconstruction
Some say lowering credit hours could benefit unqualified candidates

UCR revisions expected to be ‘distinguishing’
Academic skills of core to be looked at by three committees

Student representatives voting records placed online
New House site includes information of legislation passed

Goodwin speaks on love for history, Red Sox
Students can gain insight to campaign from past presidents

Costume capers

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF

Two children show off their costumes to Aaron McClatchy, a junior religion major, as he volunteers Monday night at the annual Halloween event “Boo at the Zoo,” held at the Fort Worth Zoo.


 

Opinion

Make it count
SGA is what our vote tells it to be

Lower the limits, save a life
Dangers of drunken driving merit harsher punishments

Protect your pocket by not voting
SGA referendum wants your ballot but wastes your dollar

Sprinkler happy
Consider watering in morning


 

Features

Pain in the back
Backpack options can lead to health risks

 

 

 


 

Sports

Barlow takes back seat to set leadership for future
Freshman setter serves team with winning attitude

Yankees defeat Mets in Game 4 of World Series
Yankees one win away from taking 3rd straight championship; game 5 tonight

Parker finds niche as captain of rifle squad

 

Senior shooter Michelle Parker takes aim at another target during practice. Parker came to TCU from Hawaii as the only TCU shooter with previous rifle experience.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Have you watched any of the world series games?

Yes: 49 No: 51


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