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November 15, 2000



New officers voted into SGA positions
Low voter turnout leads to decrease of 600 from last year’s elections

Campus divided on importance of Electoral College
Narrow presidential race brings attention to old political institution

All adding up
Rhonda Hatcher awarded 2000 Texas Professor of the Year Tuesday

Faculty, staff sign up for health care
UnitedHealthcare benefits considered before Friday deadline

Night of HISTORY

Sarah Kirschberg/PHOTO EDITOR
Jennifer Jewers, a sophomore engineering major, and Justin Lucero, a sophomore international marketing and e-business major, look at crowns of Alexandrea and Nicolas II Tuesday night. The crowns, which were wedding gifts to the couple, were displayed as center pieces in the home of Martha Hyder, daughter of Charles L. Rowan, founder of the Honors Humanites day night.



Learn patience, earn president
Public will accept whoever becomes president after the dust clears

Still pertinent
Faculty advice worth the time

in your words
letter to the editor



Uncoventional learning
Students learn, work outside the norm at Biosphere 2

Students study environmental concerns by living in Biosphere


Special to the Skiff
Senior biology majors Derrick Dollar and Zach Norris are studying at Biosphere 2, a representative environment of the world’s ecosystems. They, along with senior geology major David Lanartowicz, are part of a program through Columbia University in Arizona’s Sonoran Desert.



Rifle team ends fall season with third-place finish
Coach says team played to his expectations,
looks forward for lighter spring semester

Johnson wins Cy Young Award
Three-time award winning Arizona pitcher gets 22 first-place votes


Finishing touches 

Sophomore center Rebel Paulk finishes a two-handed dunk during practice Tuesday at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum. The Horned Frogs tip off their season Friday at 7 p.m. at Daniel-Meyer against Northwestern State. With the addition of senior Greedy Daniels, junior Marlon Dumont and freshman Nucleus Smith, TCU looks to improve on last year’s final record of 18-14.


Purple Poll:

Do you think the Electoral College should be abolished?

Yes: 44 No: 56

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