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More students applying for summer leadership roles
Directors look for good role models when selecting facilitators.

Feb. 12 , 2004
Today is the day for the 214 students who applied for Frog Camp facilitator.
About 95 will be notified today if they will be leading a camp this year, said Carrie Zimmerman, director of the first year experience at TCU.

This year, more Frog Camp facilitator applications were received than ever before because the program has gained momentum, Zimmerman said.
Courtesy of TCU’s First Year Experience
Facilitator Val Lund, a senior communication and Spanish major, demonstrates the true spirit of Fort Worth during a Casa Nueva (“New Home”) Frog Camp trip to the Stockyards.
Search ends where it began: Donovan hired
The geology department chairman will attend a provost workshop at Harvard University to prepare for his new job.

Feb. 12 , 2004
The university’s nationwide search for the next provost ended Wednesday after Nowell Donovan, the only in-house finalist, was named to the position.
Other news
Schools plan to hire more faculty soon
Feb. 12 , 2004

TCU hosts reading event for elementary kids

Feb. 12 , 2004

Contest will decide who makes the best ‘mocktail’
Feb. 12 , 2004
Opinion
Ethics discussion deserves attention
Presence of sports figures worth attendance

Feb. 12 , 2004
It’s been a project in the works for the past nine months.

And tonight, following the work of TCU athletics director Eric Hyman, it is finally here. At 7:30 p.m. in Daniel-Meyer Coliseum, a collection of the highest profile names in NCAA athletics will gather to discuss ethics in college sports.
Landmark ruling poisons politics

Feb. 12 , 2004
The recent ruling of the Massachusetts Supreme Court in favor of gay marriages has sparked controversy across the nation. In a 4-3 decision the court decided to completely redefine marriage, without the consent of Massachusetts’s voters or the state legislature. The prevailing view of marriage through most of history was cast aside and marriage redefined as either a heterosexual or homosexual couple.
Other opinions
Homosexuals denied a basic human right
Feb. 12 , 2004


Brite e-mail chills student free speech
Feb. 11 , 2004

Sex sells, ethics absent from advertising industry
Feb. 11 , 2004
Sports
Heart disorder can’t keep Champ from pool
A congenital heart disorder ended Lisa Champ’s competitive swimming career, but it didn’t stop her from continuing to contribute to the team.

Feb. 12 , 2004
It was just another swim meet for junior Lisa Champ.

On Nov. 16, 2002, she won the 100-yard backstroke, and contributed to the winning 400-yard freestyle relay in the TCU women’s swim team victory over Centenary College
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All sports programs anticipate move to Mountain West

Feb. 11 , 2004
Coaches in several sports gear up for the conference change.
Other sports news
Weekend sports followup
Feb. 10, 2004


Bailiff accepts head coach job at Texas State
Feb. 10, 2004

Hot bats of Huffman, Neuman lead TCU to extra-inning win
Feb. 6, 2004
Features
Sleepy Jackson
New Release: Lovers

Feb. 6, 2004
Sleepy who? This is exactly what I said when I was given the copy of Sleepy Jackson’s new CD entitled “Lovers.” But soon after I listened to the CD I found the native Australian band was actually something I really enjoyed.
Adam Hood
New Release: 6th Street: Paved In Gratitude

Feb. 6, 2004
The Adam Hood release, “6th Street,” is a surprisingly palatable blend of pseudo-poppy refrains and folk guitar, well mixed into an arrangement one would expect from central Texas.
Other features
Going 'retro'
Jan. 30, 2004

Fortenberry aids students in the fashion world
Jan. 30, 2004

Along Came Polly
Jan. 23, 2004
 
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