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Friday, January 16, 2004
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SuperFrog’s debut draws attention
Snoop Dogg helps TCU gain name recognition


Editor’s note: Several editors disagreed with Thursday’s SuperFrog editorial. Here is their rebuttal.

Yay! SuperFrog was in Nokia commercials with Snoop Dogg.
Yay! The commercial was seen by 100 million people.
Yay for TCU! And rah to administrators for putting TCU in the national spotlight during the Bowl Championship Series games.
Why not be a part of the BCS glory if we weren’t playing in one of its bowl games?

Editorial cartoon
Students should embrace their inner advocate

Has anyone noticed that high school and college-aged people get stuck with all the blame?
U.S. to phase out M-16
Military wants more bang for its buck

A month ago, in an Associated Press story, the Israeli military announced that it would begin phasing out its famous Uzi submachine gun.
 
 
 
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