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Many profs satisfied with candidates
Nowell Donovan, Arthur Herriott and Michael Mezey would all make excellent provosts for TCU, professors interviewed said. Faculty members have been talking about the three finalists since they were announced last week.

University faculty members say all three finalists for the position of provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs are qualified candidates.

Last week, TCU geology chairman Nowell Donovan, Florida International University chemistry professor Arthur Herriott and DePaul University Dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Michael Mezey were announced as the front-runners to replace current provost William Koehler when he retires at the end of the school year.
Anti-virus software crucial for students

Norton Anti-Virus software is now free for all TCU students.
Wireless Internet scheduled to arrive on campus this semester

Sadler Mall will become the guinea pig for laptop accessibility on campus.
Taking initiative
Improvements to area around TCU should help with parking, housing

City Council decisions will allow mixed-use development on the south side of Berry Street in an effort to appeal to private investors.
Courtesy of the city of Fort Worth
The Berry Street of today (top) digitally remastered by city planners (bottom) to give a glimpse into what the future might hold.
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Ty Halasz/Staff Photographer
Freshman music education major James Linzel (left) returns a textbook to TCU Bookstore employee Roman Coronado Thursday afternoon. The last day to return books for a full refund is Jan. 19.
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