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November 22, 2000



Student-athlete graduation rate above average
As staff, facilities improve, so will athletes’ grades, some say

Wood steps into new role in government
President says he is ready to listen, change

Student exodus
Thanksgiving sees students going home, brings reminders of safety

Spoils to the Victors

Senior middle linebacker Shannon Brazzell and the Horned Frogs will face crosstown rival Southern Methodist (3-8) at Gerald J. Ford Stadium Friday. With a victory over the Mustangs, TCU can win a share of the Western Athletic Conference title for the second consecutive season.



SAT scores prohibit diversity

Giving thanks
Holiday season more than turkey

Athletic success profitable exposure for university



Thanksgiving Page



Giving thanks miles awaye
Alternative Thanksgiving activities abound for students during holiday

Thanksgiving recipes to cut out, bake and enjoy



Junior finance major Jason Gaede poses as if he is preparing a frozen entrée for his Thanksgiving dinner. Some TCU students choose alternative options to celebrate the holiday, ranging from nontraditional food choices to volunteering.




For More Than Just a Skillet
Share of WAC
title depends on Frogs’ victory


  Just getting started

Junior guard Tricia Payne dribbles around freshman guard Dee Dee Favors during practice this season. The TCU women’s basketball team opens its regular season 7 p.m. Friday at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum against Yale. The Lady Frogs start the season amid thoughts of a possible conference championship. Last season, TCU at 16-14 was over .500 for consecutive seasons for the first time since 1981-82. This will be the first-ever meeting between Yale and TCU. The Horned Frogs welcome another first-time opponent to Daniel-Meyer 7 p.m. Monday when the Tennessee Lady Volunteers come to Fort Worth.


Purple Poll:

Are you going home for Thanksgiving?

Yes: 85  No: 15

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