TCU Daily Skiff Tuesday, February 17, 2004
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Art competition prepares students
Students express their creativity and get a taste of how the professional art world works in the 13th annual art competition in Moudy Building South.

TCU students are showing their artistic flair in the 13th annual Cross/Talk Art Competition.
The show, located in the University Art Gallery in Moudy Building North, displays 26 unique pieces of art. The exhibit will run until Feb. 19.

“It’s really interesting because it’s a lot of alternative work,” said Margaret Jackson, a senior sculpture major. “It’s not just paintings or prints, it’s mostly work that’s really different.”
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Senior interior design major Megan King surveys selected students’ work from the 13th annual Cross/Talk Art Competition located in the University Art Gallery in Moudy Building North.
Koehler to join in local election race
The provost says running for president of the school board is a way to stay active in education and the community.

Provost William Koehler filed to run for president of the Fort Worth school board Monday, saying the position would give him an opportunity to stay involved in education.
Talks under way to rework Patterson contract
Football coach Gary Patterson could be rewarded for the job he has done with a raise or contract extension, but no details have been worked out, university officials said.

The university wants to make sure Gary Patterson remains in Horned Frog purple and white. A new contract is one way of doing that.
 
     
     
 
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