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November 3, 2000



Small stipends cause students to stretch funds
Task force finds more funds, aid needed for graduate students

Students voice UCR concerns
Suggestions given to Curriculum Outcome Committee for evaluation

Frog-Filled Future
TCU graduate to become certified campus officer

Residents often ignore visitation policy in dorm rooms, RAs say
Next to noise problems, visitation is the most common rule violated

Taking care of business

One of TCU’s largest individual donors, James A. Ryffel, spoke to about 95 students Thursday in Dan Rogers Hall. Ryffel encouraged business students Thursday to take time out of their day to think about how they can prepare themselves for 10 to 20 years down the road. The event was sponsored by Financial Management Association, American Marketing Association, Delta Sigma Pi, Beta Alpha Psi, Students for Human Resource Management and Neeley Associates.



Make a decision
Gore comes out on top on issues


Art & Entertainment

The band that plays together...
No more nighttime dreams; 24 Days turns
love of music, band into professional career



Sarah Kirschberg/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Lead singer Justin Hodges, a senior advertising and public relations major, performs in 24 Days’ opening performance for Bowling for Soup during Homecoming week at TCU.



big time dreams
Brazzell proves that achieving ones’ goals is possible

Women’s golf season ends with best finish of the year
Team plans to build on record-setting performance for spring season

Horned Frogs take on Spartans in battle of running backs
Nation’s longest winning streak on the line in San Jose




Purple Poll:

Have you ever broken visitation policies on campus?

Yes: 80  No: 20

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