Dance department to present Moving Forward
By Kristin Campbell
can be seen on crutches, on trapezes and being thrown up into the
air this weekend at Moving Forward, the TCU fall dance
Ballet and modern dance department faculty, two guest artists and
a choreographer in residence choreographed the seven pieces which
will be performed by ballet and modern dance majors.
Beth Brandt, a junior modern dance major, will perform in Moving
Violations, a physical piece that incorporates pedestrian
movements, dancers being thrown up in the air, crutches and a trapeze.
The dance has humurous elements, Brandt said. It
is the essence of post-modernism.
Dance majors rehearse Thursday for the TCU fall dance concert, Moving
Forward, which opens at 8 p.m Friday.
at the Skiff!
now accessible through CashPay
By Piper Huddleston
Human Resources benefits specialist, said that by using CashPay,
a new payroll option offered through Bank of America, she is able
to save time and keep better control of her money.
attacks revitalize interest in smart cards
By Doug Bedell and
Dallas Morning News
The attacks of Sept. 11 have rekindled calls for a national
identification card a smart card containing embedded
personal information. Although even smart cards can be forged, many
see them as an important tool in the fight against terrorists.
By Deepti Hajela
Howard Katz, a 75-year-old dentist in Manhattan, cant wait
until mid-November. Neither can 11-year-old Anna Harris in Utah.