TCU Daily Skiff Wednesday, February 11, 2004
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Brite e-mail chills student free speech
Administrators reluctant to settle speculation

So much for free comment or criticism. Obviously, that sort of freedom might be dangerous to Brite Divinity School.

An e-mail sent by a Brite administrator threatening to take disciplinary action against students who comment on possible allegations against faculty members squelches academic expression and free speech rights.
Editorial cartoon
Sex sells, ethics absent from advertising industry

It is no surprise that the No. 1 marketing tactic these days is sex propaganda.
Truth will not always set you free; little white lies never hurt anyone

There is a saying, honesty is the best policy. What the originator of this message didn’t realize, was that this was in fact, a lie.
Tuition hits hard for some students

Where am I gonna get $3,000? This is the question that has been plaguing many TCU students over the last few days.
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