class: Recruits fly high
Recruiters take to sky enticing potential Horned
By David Dunai
July, associate head womens basketball coach Larry Tidwell
plans to hop on a commercial plane and do some recruiting.
But on this particular trip, he doesnt plan to go to California
or Indiana or some other state. Hes flying to Mozambique,
Womens basketball head coach Jeff Mittie said that a big portion
of the coaches jobs and the programs budget is to find
the best recruits possible, even if they have to go overseas.
You just have to realize that the world is a lot smaller than
it was 25 years ago, Mittie said.
TCUs twin-propeller plane arrives with mens basketball
head coach Neil Dougherty last week at Meacham Airport in
Fort Worth. The plane was bought in 1984 for recruiting purposes
for the athletic department.
the perfect pet:
A guide for those with limited time, space or
By Bethany McCormack
Copy Desk Chief
sad eyes, that cold nose, the horrible breathHow can you say
goodbye to him? He whimpers when you walk out the door and you feel
like youre abandoning your best friend.
Coming to college you leave behind your friends, your family and
(sigh) your pets. Youll make plenty of new friends, youll
talk to your parents on the phone, but youll never replace
the love of your pet.
Residence halls allow fish as pets and thats it. No hamsters,
no turtles and definitely no cats or dogs.
(Where to look)
before getting a pet:
simple: Pets on a