TCU Daily Skiff Thursday, February 12, 2004
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More students applying for summer leadership roles
Directors look for good role models when selecting facilitators.

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.

The university’s nationwide search for the next provost ended Wednesday after Nowell Donovan, the only in-house finalist, was named to the position.
Schools plan to hire more faculty soon
Some of the 16 new faculty planned for fall 2004 are expected to be hired this semester.

Sixteen new faculty positions will be divided among seven schools in part to help improve the student to teacher ratio, university officials said.
TCU hosts reading event for elementary kids

Thousands of elementary school students from all over north Texas will travel to Daniel-Meyer Coliseum Saturday for the third annual Fall in Love with Reading Festival.Nonprofit organization Score a Goal in the Classroom sponsors the event, which is expected to bring in about 4,000 children ages 4 to 11, said Ernie Horn, executive director of Score a Goal in the Classroom.
Contest will decide who makes the best ‘mocktail’

Alpha Delta Pi’s “Mocktails Blend-Off” will benefit Ronald McDonald House charities.
The event has 21 teams of four scheduled to compete, made up of representatives from sororities, fraternities and other student organizations. Each team will create an original non-alcoholic beverage and will be judged according to taste, presentation, creativity and spirit.
   
     
 
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