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November 29, 2000



Gore’s fight for presidency continues
GOP lawyers seek ‘legal finality’ to the election

Xu finds Asia in Bolivia
Professor’s research could expand after visit

Nursing school cited twice for being outdated
Facility improvements made top recommendation by task force

TCU works to be a better
neighbor to Fort Worth

Holiday lights brighten night
Order of Omega’s annual Christmas event to take place despite initial problems with insufficient funding

Gerald Gabel, associate professor of music, conducts the TCU Extended Radios Ensemble during the Faculty Recital Series Monday night.



Create long-lasting memories
Families should spend holidays together, not at the movies

Thoughts on Gore and more
Put an end to election, shorten finals week

Reindeer find success
Santa’s team has made leaps to get to its position

Renovations to facilities needed



Not-so-random acts of kindness
Alpha Phi Omega serves community through projects



Sarah Kirschberg/CO-PHOTO EDITOR
Sophomore psychology major Grete Brown, an Alpha Phi Omega member, baby-sits Harriet McKinney, the daughter of Mary McKinney, a lecturer in the department of Spanish and Latin American Studies, for the semi-annual “Professor’s Night Out.” The event offers free baby-sitting for children of all TCU faculty and staff in the Rickel Building.




Ten Frogs named to all-WAC first-team
Tomlinson, Schobel take top honors as best in conference


Lady Frogs bouncing back
N. Texas game more important than Tenn., coach says



Junior guard Tricia Payne shoots in front of Tennessee center Shalon Pillow in the Lady Frogs’ 83-61 loss Monday. TCU looks to bounce back with a win over North Texas at 7 p.m. today at Daniel-Meyer Coliseum.


Purple Poll:

Are you going to attend the Holiday Tree lighting in front of Sadler Hall?

Yes: 50 No: 50

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