not people friendly, some university officials say
By Sarah McClellan
wrong query into PeopleSoft caused the admissions office to overestimate
the number of freshman minorities to enroll in Fall 2001, said Ray
Brown, dean of admissions.
campaign on target
Advancement hopes to raise $230 million by May
By Jill Sutton
University Advancement officials are proceeding with The Campaign
for TCU despite delays because of the terrorist attacks, said
Bronson Davis, Vice Chancellor of University Advancement.
A former Skiff editor in chief takes time to reflect
on the past weeks and his time as editor in spring 2000
Joaquin Herrera is a designer at the San
On Sept. 11,
journalists across the country went into crisis mode. They did not
have time to think about the tragic events that were unfolding around
them. They had no time to cry. They had no time to face the frightening
situation in our country. They just did their job they brought
information to a society that wanted to know why?