October 25, 2001
Police, university continue drug investigation
By James Zwilling
by Campus Life and TCU Police continued today following the suspensions
of three Brachman Hall residents found with drugs in their residence
hall rooms Monday, TCU officials said.
TCU Assistant Police Chief J.C. Williams said about four to five
ounces of marijuana was obtained as evidence after an administrative
inspection was completed by Campus Life.
Mike Russel, associate dean of campus life, said other drugs were
found as well, although they had not yet been identified.
Andy Walker/SPECIAL TO SKIFF
TCU Soul Steppers show some flavor as they perform a routine in
the Student Center lounge Wednesday night.
TCU faculty and staff bring their children to see the sights and
collect goodies Wednesday night at the annual Colby Halloween.
market bites TCU endowment
Losses may cause decrease in spending, officials
confident in recovery
By John-Mark Day
A downturn in
the stock market that began in Spring 2000 has vaporized $89 million
from the TCU endowment, forcing the university to re-examine investment
and spending policies for the coming future.
By Kristin Campbell
ate a version of it every day for 40 years while they journeyed
through the desert. It has formed the main part of the average persons
diet for centuries. Baking companies are solely devoted to its production.
Bread has been a staple food for years and its popularity
will never die for several reasons. To name a few, bread is the
base of the food pyramid and is available in seemingly endless varieties.
bread often influences restaurant choice
By Jaime Walker
possible to have a genetic appreciation for what quality bread adds
to the dining experience, Im sure I got that gene. I blame
Bless her heart, my grandma might hate me for sharing the story
we laugh about almost every time we are together, but Im going
to do it anyway.
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