changes graduate school admissions
Legislation intends to boost minority admission
By Laura McFarland
Shallock, a senior speech pathology major, always knew that experiences
people have when they are children impact the rest of their lives.
She just never imagined it could affect her admission into a graduate
Your childhood is important because it shapes who you become,
but youre applying right now, not back then, Shallock
Josephine Montelongo, phlebotomist in training, checks on
Cat Berry, a senior speech communication major, as she gives
blood Monday. Dianna Richardson, team leader for the Carter
BloodCare blood drive, said they will be on campus through
safety up to par
Internal study shows food service meets safety
By Kami Lewis
food services passed an internal audit of food safety with a score
of 91 out of 100, said Rick Flores, general manager of Food Services.
students take course to new level
Health fair organized to help low
By David Reese
students in the Harris School of Nursing will present a health fair,
Spring Into Good Health, at Our Mother of Mercy School
in Fort Worth today.
How the studios fight for the coveted statuettes
By Robert W. Butler
a gun for hire, said the voice on the telephone.
The studio hires me to reach as many academy members as possible.
And because Ive been doing this for 20 years, I have a pretty
complete list of who those academy members are.
The speaker, a shadowy operative known as an Oscar campaign consultant,
emphasizes that he (or she) is talking to a reporter only on condition
highlights classical music
By MARCI KING
for students and faculty to experience music they do not often get
to hear is the focal point of todays classical music concert
at 7:30 p.m. in Ed Landreth Hall Auditorium, said John Owings, the
Herndon professor of music at TCU.
Owings will play the piano and Fritz Gearhart, an associate professor
of violin at the University of Oregon, will play the violin, Owings