TCU Daily Skiff Friday, January 23, 2004
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Making changes
Allen hopes to steer department in new directions
The radio-TV-film department’s new chairman hopes to lead by consensus.

As the new chairman of the radio-TV-film department, Richard Allen says he wants to inspire students and serve as a point man between faculty and students.

Allen, who began his term Jan. 12, says he wants to hear suggestions on the operation of the department from both faculty and students. The department is doing well and the changes he would make would be based on a consensus from faculty and students, Allen said.
Richard Allen
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Newly appointed radio-TV-film department chairman Richard Allen hopes to be a point man between students and faculty and build relationships within the department.
Brite prez inaugurated in ceremony

D. Newell Williams was inaugurated as the second president of Brite Divinity School Thursday night in a ceremony at University Christian Church.
New software to eliminate SPAM

Computers that do not have Norton AntiVirus will be disconnected from the network by Feb. 1.
Other news
SGA seeks to better advising

Police warn of phone caller
Opinion
Homeland security funding too low
Cities in need of money for ‘first responders’
A recent survey released by the U.S. Conference of Mayors found that 76 percent of the 215 cities surveyed have yet to receive any of the $1.5 billion in federal homeland security funds designated for “first responder” teams such as police and fire departments.

Point/Counterpoint
Laws flawed, conflicting

Abortion debate has shades of gray

Other opinions
Use your body for money, legally

Attack the idea, not people

Horoscopes don’t belong in Skiff
Sports

Shropshire brings experience to TCU

Thanks to Bobby Knight’s offensive system, Marcus Shropshire arrived at TCU and is reaching his full potential.

   
Features
Golden Globes
As stars vie for success, fans guess who will achieve “best” status.

IOn Sunday, eager viewers will no longer have to wait for results of the nominations of the 61st Annual Golden Globe Awards which premiere at 7 p.m. on NBC where the best movies and TV shows will get their credit.
Golden Globe Nominations 2004
And the nominees are...
Other features
Along Came Polly
 
 
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