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  TODAY
November 9, 2000

 

News

Nation waits for outcome of election
Opinions vary on media coverage, delayed result

Web simplified through :cue cat
New technology intended to increase Internet possibilities

Student not added to SGA ballot
Wood runs for unopposed position of president

POWs, MIAs remembered
Vigil to be held today

Peering at time

Nichole Jensen/SKIFF STAFF
Mark Chesson, (left) a sophomore premajor, and David Nyquist, (right) a senior e-business major, look at a painting by Jim Woodson in the Moudy Exhibition Hall. The exhibition titled “It’s About Time” will be displayed until Nov. 21.


 

Opinion

Race has championship appeal
Greatest political election in history becomes battle of titans

Elections turn into an odd circus
No candidate, person comes out on top of national elections

Don’t fund death

Media mishap
Papers’ decisions jumped the gun


 

Life

 

Faces & Names
A look at the people who bring life to the university

 

 

Katherine Barr/SKIFF STAFF
YoungKwan Kim, Tae Kwon Do, weight training teacherect


 

Sports

Pay Back
Frogs try to rebound from tough loss as they prepare for Fresno State

Volley Frogs dig into last two games, come out on top
Coach says team expects to win remaining games, prepared for SMU

Walk-on football players dream of success
It’s not an easy job, players say, but it’s worth it

 

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR
Junior middle blockers Allison Lynch (12) and Jennifer Sebastian team up to make a block in the Horned Frogs’ 3-2 loss to Nevada Oct. 28 at the Rickel Building. TCU set a team record for wins in a season (14) after defeating Sam Houston State Tuesday.


 

Campus
Purple Poll:

Did you stay up later than usual to watch the election results?

Yes: 64 No: 36


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