TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, February 10, 2004
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Officials say parking improvements are close
University officials are working to create more parking for students without building a garage.

The university plans to spend $2.1 million for parking improvements that include new parking lots, new lights and fences and a new shuttle service, administration officials said.

The administration has not determined the exact location of improvements, said Don Mills, vice chancellor for student affairs. The money is part of the $248 million budget the Board of Trustees approved Jan. 30. The next budget year begins June 1.
Candidate’s life filled with love of politics, teaching

Over the years, Michael Mezey has learned to sit back and relax.
Mr. Athon goes to Washington
Student leaves to join Bush campaign

The president of TCU’s College Republicans, John Athon, will bypass school for a year to intern for the president’s re-election effort.
John Athon
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Junior political science major John Athon explains his President Bush campaign internship to SGA president Jay Zeidman.
Dancing for love
The Dating Game
Karly Campbell/Staff Photographer
Sophomore physics major Clement Ogujiorfor dances to win the heart of freshman premajor Stephanie Jones in The Dating Game Monday night in the Student Center Lounge. In the background, junior political science major Jay Zeidman and sophomore entrepreneurial management major Dave Watson watch.
Eating disorder talk tonight

Eating disorders among college women will be discussed at 9 p.m. today in the Student Center Ballroom.
Study Abroad credit extended

For the first time in five years, the Honors Program is offering honors credit for summer Study Abroad classes in 2004.
New magazine to premiere

The TCU chapter of the Collegiate Entrepreneurs Organization will be printing a monthly magazine aimed at the TCU community.
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