September 17, 1999

Campus grieves church tragedy
Friends remember slain alumna whose love touched many lives
Gunman showed signs of
paranoia before rampage at local church, police say
Students shocked at 'the unimaginable'
IFC officials to vote Monday on Sig Ep charter extension
Fraternity hopes rumors won't sway decision
Student faces fines after protest


Mourners have placed flowers and other tokens of support near Wedgwood Baptist Church where a man opened fire on a youth rally Wednesday night.

One Of Our Own
Slain alumna loss for entire campus
Messenger causes addiction
Don't get sucked into 'meaningless void' of chatting program
Hopwood decision should stand
Affirmative action policies do more harm than good
Bush history ironic

Local Church Shooting
Are there any safe places anymore?
Campus community coping after tragedy hits close to home

Photos by David Dunai/Photo Editor

Police have blocked off the area around Wedgwood Baptist Church in southwest Fort Worth where a man opened fire Wednesday night during a youth rally.
Those wounded were transported to John Peter Smith Hospital, Harris Methodist Fort Worth Hospital and Cook Children's Medical Center.
Eight people died including the gunman and seven others were injured.
Police believe the gunman, Larry Gene Ashbrook, suffered from schizophrenia and paranoia.

Men's tennis team looks to new year
Nationally ranked players will lead squad in fall season
Frogs host tourney
Schobel lets his calm play do all the talking
Defensive end closing in on sack record

Photos by Alisha Wassenaar/SKIFF STAFF

Junior Trace Fielding is one of seven returning players on the men's tennis team. Fielding is ranked at No. 96 in the top 100 players in the nation. The ranking marks the first time Fielding has been noticed by the ITA Ranking Committee in his career. In addition to Fielding's individual ranking, jumior Esteban Carril joins junior doubles partner Martin Jirak as the nation's No. 10 pairing. Carril, No. 4 individually, is set to open his fall season this weekend when he takes part in the River Oaks Invitational in Houston.

Purple Poll:
Do you plan on trying to get tickets for Maya Angelou?
Yes: 86  No: 8
Huh? 6


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