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  TODAY
November 1, 2000

 

News

Change in hourly parking awaiting approval
Proposed policy to extend parking on Lubbock Street from one to two hours

Treats for Tots
Colby Halloween provides safety, treats for children

E-business course offers skills for corporate world
Students say courses allow them to see all aspects of e-business career

Six students named
Millennium scholars
Program aimed at expanding access to
higher education for minority students

 

Jennifer Klein/SKIFF STAFF
Sasha Caliga, a freshman business and marketing major, gives Blake Leonard, dressed as Thomas the Tank Engine, some candy Tuesday night in Colby Hall.


 

Opinion

E-mail warns of date-rape drug
Women need to be aware of surroundings, even on ‘safe campus’

Britney, virginity won’t sell
Pop star’s announcement is nothing more than teasing

Affecting votes
Polls can cause people not to vote

 


 

Life

 

Finding life and satisfaction within butterflies
Butterfly hunter searches the world for new species; finds happiness in simplicity

 

 

Courtesy of Newsday
Steve Fratello shows the under side of an Ancyluris Aulestes (Peru).


 

Sports

Taking a look back
1938 Frog football team had undefeated season and Heisman winner, comparable to 2000 teams

Women’s soccer places 3rd
Team to play Fresno St. in first round of postseason

 

 

File Photo
TCU senior midfielder Jennifer Maunder dribbles through two Alabama defenders in the Frogs’ 1-0 win Sept. 15 at Garvey Rosenthal Soccer Stadium. TCU begins play in the Western Athletic Conference Championsips Thursday against Fresno State in Fresno, Calif.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Do you pay attention to presidential election debates?

Yes: 60 No: 40


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