to step down after end of season
By Matt Stiver
The Texas heat
had yet to burn off the early morning fog as mens basketball
coach Billy Tubbs, as he does every morning, fired golf balls into
the gloaming from a driving range Monday morning. Nothing had changed,
he insists, and nothing will.
The bad thing is, when I hit them, I could see where they
landed, Tubbs said.
A different sort of heat finally evaporated Tubbs coaching
tenure at TCU.
Citing the effects of rumors and a lack of support from university
officials, Tubbs announced his resignation Monday from TCU effective
at the end of the 2001-2002 season.
Head mens basketball coach Billy Tubbs announced he would
resign at the end of the season in a quickly called press conference.
Tubbs said rumors surrounding the program about his job security
had finally taken a toll on him.
Kristy Laurent, a sophomore art education major, paints a still
life in the painting lab in Moudy North Monday.
student leaving D.C. internship early
By Aaron Chimbel
major Sally Spencer hoped to learn about the legislative process
as an intern in Congresswoman Kay Grangers Washington office
this semester, but the events of Sept. 11 and subsequent anthrax
scares have her packing to come home.
killed the Video Star
By Tamara Chuang and Stephen Lynch
you bought one because the price dropped below $200. Or maybe it
was a trip to the local video store, where the format has gobbled
up shelf space. Then again, it could be that the title youve
been waiting for The Godfather or Snow
White was finally remastered and released.
DVD player not mainstream
By Tamara Chuang
Knight Ridder Tribune
If you still havent figured out how to set the clock on your
VCR, youre not ready.